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The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Are you tired and listless? Workweek got you down? Too pooped to pop? You don’t need Vitavitavegemin. Check the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events set for Friday through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Out former Falcon Esera Tuaolo hosts Super Bowl Inclusion Party

Out former Falcon Esera Tuaolo hosts Super Bowl Inclusion Party

When Esera Tuaolo hits Atlanta for the Super Bowl, it will be different than when he played the game as a Falcon in 1999. This time, he queers up the week with a diversity panel and LGBTQ party.    READ MORE »

Game on in Q mag for out athletes, Super Bowl and more sporty spice

Game on in Q mag for out athletes, Super Bowl and more sporty spice

Even weighed down in social albatrosses, the NFL still makes strides for LGBTQ inclusion for Super Bowl LIII. That includes out athletes, diversity panels and officially sanctioned queer events.    READ MORE »

Closeted at 60 and other queer struggles with authentic self

Closeted at 60 and other queer struggles with authentic self

When to stop being yourself because online isn't the place for all your business, and when to embrace it with your whole heart because life is too short to live anyone's life but your own.    READ MORE »

10 things queers (and everyone) can do to fight racism

10 things queers (and everyone) can do to fight racism

Every person of every race can do something every day to work to end racism. The time is now to stem the tide against hatred, both for intersectional justice and within the LGBTQ community.    READ MORE »

Catch Queer Atlanta’s own Melissa Scott making mogul moves
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Catch Queer Atlanta’s own Melissa Scott making mogul moves

Meet entrepreneur Melissa Scott with business cred under her belt, legend status with TraxxGirls, reality show fame with Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, and the ear of mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.    READ MORE »

When it feels right defending the drag queens we hate

When it feels right defending the drag queens we hate

Back in the marriage equality fight of the mid-2000s, before states that allowed same-sex marriage were stacking up faster than empty champagne flutes at a fancy brunch, there was a significant side conversation.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta MLK weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta MLK weekend

MLK Day makes for a long weekend for many, and the LGBTQ ATL is up to the challenge. More things to do on Sunday night and all weekend long mean a supersized Queer Agenda of Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

40 years of living legends return for Armorettes Anniversary Party

40 years of living legends return for Armorettes Anniversary Party

Queer Atlanta is a world away from 1979. Half the people reading this weren’t even born when a group of bearded gay men donned cheerleader drag to support a Hotlanta Softball team for fun and fundraising.    READ MORE »

Q mag balances MLK’s legacy with queer Atlanta reverence and revelry

Q mag balances MLK’s legacy with queer Atlanta reverence and revelry

At Q, we make it our business to celebrate and hold accountable LGBTQ locals, but while we relish our niche of queer culture, we also try to square it with what we all can contribute to the greater good.    READ MORE »

How allies can really show their LGBTQ solidarity

How allies can really show their LGBTQ solidarity

If it's not one thing, it's another. If you aren't allied and loving your queers your way, you're a queer hating your body knowing when size really, really matters. Confused? Let our advice column The Q help.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta man dives into marriage with communication as Job One

Gay Atlanta man dives into marriage with communication as Job One

We were celebrating Valentine’s Day at a restaurant, and I broached the subject. It was nerve-wracking and exhilarating. My heart was beating faster, and my pits were dampening.    READ MORE »

10 queer Atlanta women crushing it on Instagram

10 queer Atlanta women crushing it on Instagram

We narrowed a long list to our 10 favorite female follows. Each is worth adding to your thumb-scrolls for content that takes you beyond the thirsty selfies that you may or may not also enjoy.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

What was likely your first five-day workweek in a month comes with no shortage of ways to help you leave it behind. The world is your LGBTQ event oyster in the Queer Agenda calendar this weekend.    READ MORE »

Prodigal queer returns with Hollywood and Hedwig in tow

Prodigal queer returns with Hollywood and Hedwig in tow

It’s was nearly two decades since Chad Darnell lived in Midtown when his feet hit that hallowed soil again in 2018. This week, he kicks off the year as the face of an iconic queer show at Pinch ‘N’ Ouch Theatre.    READ MORE »

These artists are already queering 2019 for your year in pop culture

These artists are already queering 2019 for your year in pop culture

Things to look forward to in the New Year can sometimes feel like a mystery. Luckily, there’s already plenty of queer and queer-created movies, television, music and books in the works for 2019.    READ MORE »

Latest Q magazine hits Atlanta with your big, queer reset button

Latest Q magazine hits Atlanta with your big, queer reset button

The frantic rush of anticipation and celebration over the last month is like a drain funnel. After running circles of atypical activity, people wind back down into LGBTQ Atlanta’s inner circle of reality and routine.    READ MORE »

Awkward talks, letting go, truth-telling and other queer conundrums

Awkward talks, letting go, truth-telling and other queer conundrums

To tell the truth is sometimes the hardest part of any challenge. Whether that's to the one you love, to yourself, or to potential partners. This week's advice column is here for all of it.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Just because the holidays have passed doesn’t mean the LGBTQ commitment to Atlanta’s queer events wanes. To the contrary, you’ll be hard pressed not to party on with these options.    READ MORE »

10 New Year goals for every queer in the LGBTQ village

10 New Year goals for every queer in the LGBTQ village

Whether you torture yourself with individual resolutions or not, there are some things that all of us can resolve to do better in a team effort for all of LGBTQ Atlanta.    READ MORE »

 
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