Category:  Q magazine

Tales and characters encountered while dating and aging

Tales and characters encountered while dating and aging

Fun, frustrating and fearful. I never thought I'd be looking at this age, but since I am, I commit to look beyond the surface and not value wrapping over content.    READ MORE »

‘The hookup was good, but I think I want more than that’

‘The hookup was good, but I think I want more than that’

The hookup was all good. Now you're all in, but are they? What happens when three Q readers who want more find out that their objects of affection might just be hittin' it and quittin' it?    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Memorial Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Memorial Weekend

Even if it’s a soaker weather-wise, nobody turns up their nose to a three-day weekend. That goes double for LGBTQ events. Let the Queer Agenda calendar help you fill your big holi-gay weekend to-do list.    READ MORE »

Q kicks off summer with Memorial Day Weekend in queer Atlanta

Q kicks off summer with Memorial Day Weekend in queer Atlanta

Temps are on the rise, and that trademark Southern humidity is quickly following suit. Cue summertime in the LGBTQ-ATL. This week's issue of Q magazine is here for it and here for you.    READ MORE »

10 biggest LGBTQ issues remaining as midterm elections loom

10 biggest LGBTQ issues remaining as midterm elections loom

You've got issues. No, not that kind. Even with all the gains in recent years, this crop of queer equality struggles still need resolving as voters go to the polls in 2018.    READ MORE »

Singer Matt Brooker to transform Ten into cabaret club

Singer Matt Brooker to transform Ten into cabaret club

A cabaret is coming to Midtown, and Ten undergoes a transformation for the occasion. For one night, the bar turns into aa cabaret club setting for Matt Brooker’s official solo debut.    READ MORE »

Oh the tangled web when we aim to have sex with coworkers

Oh the tangled web when we aim to have sex with coworkers

The thrill of office-party hookups, interoffice flirting and longterm secret affairs between coworkers is gone when the jig is up, or the participants realize they don't see eye to eye on what's happening.    READ MORE »

Get to know Atlanta’s LGBTQ candidates before Tuesday’s vote

Get to know Atlanta’s LGBTQ candidates before Tuesday’s vote

In a world where queer-identified people are under attack in every arena — be it in the courts, in state Capitols, in Congress, in the workplace and more — LGBTQ representation matters now more than ever.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s beginning to feel a lot like summer. Everywhere you go, humidity and heat say it’s time for shorts and a slate of LGBTQ events. Weigh your options on the weekly Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

Her revolutionary path forged in evolutionary, incremental changes

Her revolutionary path forged in evolutionary, incremental changes

Personal stories help normalize experiences of someone perceived as different, and they're especially helpful when it comes to people understanding the transgender experience. Here's mine.    READ MORE »

Q magazine profiles Georgia’s LGBTQ candidates and issues

Q magazine profiles Georgia’s LGBTQ candidates and issues

Wonder queer powers, activate! With voting in Georgia set for Tuesday, May 22, it's time to engage our LGBTQ super powers at a crucial time in Atlanta history. This issue of Q gets you ready.    READ MORE »

Outlantacon inspires fantasies for queer cosplay looks

Outlantacon inspires fantasies for queer cosplay looks

The LGBTQ geeks of OutlantaCon are ready to play their parts during the annual event taking place this weekend. Here are some ideas for the Galactic Couture and Project Cosplay breakouts.    READ MORE »

Meet seven queer dancers putting the moves on Atlanta

Meet seven queer dancers putting the moves on Atlanta

Whatever makes being queer align so often with artistry, it’s an undeniably frequent combination. When it manifests through us with our own bodies as the instruments, it’s a special kind magic.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Getting to the weekend took it out of you. Let the Queer Agenda of LGBTQ weekend to-dos put it back in. We’ve got you covered from annual specials to monthly mixes and weekly happenings.    READ MORE »

OutlantaCon celebrates 10 years with international Gaylaxicon

OutlantaCon celebrates 10 years with international Gaylaxicon

OutlantaCon is right around the cosmic corner as the queer geek convention gears up for its decade anniversary this weekend. Get ready for Atlanta’s LGBTQ convention for sci-fi, fantasy and gaming.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s fantastic queer beasts and Q mag is where to find them

Atlanta’s fantastic queer beasts and Q mag is where to find them

Maybe it’s an undeniable otherness. Maybe it’s a subversion of tradition. Whatever it is, queerdom and creativity is a magic all over Atlanta that's found once again among this week’s Q magazine profiles.    READ MORE »

What white lies, broken promises and Grindr ghosting say about you

What white lies, broken promises and Grindr ghosting say about you

Whether it's white lies to your boo, being perpetually late, or ditching a hookup, being true to your word is hard for some people. Level up by doing what you say and saying what you mean.    READ MORE »

Jay-Z’s mom champions struggles of black lesbian mothers

Jay-Z’s mom champions struggles of black lesbian mothers

In a recent interview, Jay-Z embraced his mother's coming out to him, bringing home the sad reality that lesbian moms are often erased or excluded from LGBTQ narratives.    READ MORE »

Here’s how we do Cinco de Mayo in LGBTQ Atlanta

Here’s how we do Cinco de Mayo in LGBTQ Atlanta

When Q's 10 Queer Things jumps the party bus in this week's issue, it does into 10 years of photo archives from Cincos past to offer clues on ways to do this year's parties.    READ MORE »

Out Front rethinks ‘Sordid Lives’ with a groundbreaking twist

Out Front rethinks ‘Sordid Lives’ with a groundbreaking twist

Jacob Demlow could have easily followed a traditional route for Del Shores’ classic, but his take featuring an all African-American central family at the heart of the comedy breaks new ground.    READ MORE »

 
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