With all of the Stonewall Week events filling our calendar recently, we nearly forgot to take a peek inside the current David Atlanta magazine.
But worry not, dear fans. Here we go.
The mag is all about some biceps on the cover, even if it’s not the muscled arm of a real Atlanta guy. But it illustrates their story on gay Atlanta’s power men. Powerful maybe, but apparently not with big enough guns to grace the cover.
The profiles include film producer Dexter Davis, publicist Bill Tarulli, hospitality executive Eddie Timmons and law firm executive Ken Britt.
The issue also includes columns from Ryan Lee, Topher Payne and Michael Jeffrey, as well as tips to prove that boyfriends don’t bring happiness, happiness brings boyfriends. Good advice for the lonely and loathsome of us out here.
Our pick for Bitch of the Week:
C’mon Bravo! When are you going to give us “The Real Twinks of Atlanta” so I can laugh my ass off at boys fighting over eyeliner, meth and sugar daddies?
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