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Bored in bed? Stop whining and let your fantasies fuel the fire

Bored in bed? Stop whining and let your fantasies fuel the fire

"We’re in a sexual rut. I sample the sausage, he delivers it to the service entrance, we cook it, then we burp and roll over. The sameness of the sex is boring me to tears."    READ MORE »

Her brief queer history of the Ones Who Got Away

Her brief queer history of the Ones Who Got Away

I came out in my early twenties roughly 25 years ago. I knew nothing about lesbian relationships, but jumped right in. There were successes. There were failures.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ-ATL movers and shakers make plans for 2019

LGBTQ-ATL movers and shakers make plans for 2019

Jon Dean's stunning portraits help us step boldly into the New Year with queer Atlantans that we’re watching to make 2019 waves and set off a ripple effect of 2019 vibes.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over New Year’s Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over New Year’s Weekend

It’s here. You made it. The year ends with you standing on top victorious, ready to choose your spoils from the LGBT-NYE party options for starting the clock all over again in 2019.    READ MORE »

Q mag launches 2019 with queer Atlanta influencers and NYE parties

Q mag launches 2019 with queer Atlanta influencers and NYE parties

If only for a brief moment, “now” is both gone and ahead of us at midnight on New Year’s Eve, and this issue of Q tries to capture a bit of that past-present-future magic to launch 2019.    READ MORE »

10 queer un-Christmassy things to do on Christmas (and all week) in Atlanta

10 queer un-Christmassy things to do on Christmas (and all week) in Atlanta

Not doing Christmas? Have an un-Christmassy holiday week by finding your own reason for the season with 10 queer things to do on December 24-25 and beyond.    READ MORE »

The Other Show closes the year and another chapter this Christmas

The Other Show closes the year and another chapter this Christmas

Edie Cheezburger’s one-of-a-kind stable of queens stand out. Who better to camp up the Q Christmas issue than the cast of the Other Show in photos by Jon Dean?    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events says, "Have a holly jolly weekend, and in case you didn't hear. Oh by golly, have a holly jolly weekend this queer!"    READ MORE »

LGBTQ state Rep. Renitta Shannon ready to ‘fight and win’
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LGBTQ state Rep. Renitta Shannon ready to ‘fight and win’

The timing of Renitta Shannon's coming out couldn't have been better. It was the eve of National Coming Out Day and a few days from the Atlanta Pride parade.    READ MORE »

Q magazine does holigays with queens, comics and queer politics

Q magazine does holigays with queens, comics and queer politics

With a cast of characters and a seasonal tour of Atlanta all in tow, this week’s Q hits the holidays offering best wishes to all the queers in Atlanta’s LGBTQ village.    READ MORE »

If you think that queer is flirting with you, step up to the plate

If you think that queer is flirting with you, step up to the plate

That feel when "I'm old enough to be his dad, but I kinda want to be his daddy" runs headlong into "I think this older guy is hot, but I’m not sure how to get his attention."    READ MORE »

Porn objectifies everyone, but it’s more abusive when it’s trans

Porn objectifies everyone, but it’s more abusive when it’s trans

A friend sees no problem with porn using transphobic terms. He compared it to other kinds of porn being sexist for the purposes of fantasies. But is it "just porn"?    READ MORE »

10 local queer causes where your gift keeps giving all year

10 local queer causes where your gift keeps giving all year

While you’re busy making your list and checking it twice, don’t forget that there are some worthy non-profits making life better year-round for local LGBTQ people.    READ MORE »

This drag queen will steal your heart, then completely destroy it

This drag queen will steal your heart, then completely destroy it

The Kinsey Sicks are celebrating 25 years of shows that are equal parts camp comedy and political humor. But there’s political humor, and then there is mortal heartbreak.    READ MORE »

DJ Joe G helps celebrate 27 years of Heretic magic this weekend

DJ Joe G helps celebrate 27 years of Heretic magic this weekend

When Heretic turns 27 this weekend, it’s due to an adaptability, an inclusive roster of events, and a welcoming attitude no matter what shifts and trends come and go.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Gear up. The busiest weekend of holiday parties in the LGBT-ATL starts now. Scan through the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events before you don your gay apparel.    READ MORE »

Q magazine lays out holiday party time in queer Atlanta

Q magazine lays out holiday party time in queer Atlanta

Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Agnostic, Atheist, Wiccan or otherwise, it’s time to party in the LGBTQ-ATL. Everyone's invited to many versions of Festivus for the rest of us.    READ MORE »

So you think you’re an LGBTQ ally? 10 things you should know

So you think you’re an LGBTQ ally? 10 things you should know

From sexuality vs. gender to role playing, from embracing non-binary and preferred pronouns, to rejecting tired assumptions and straight-splaining, these are the ways allies can really help.    READ MORE »

Touch myself: Pleasuring our way past pesky sexual hang-ups

Touch myself: Pleasuring our way past pesky sexual hang-ups

"I love sex. Show me a person, and right or wrong, I decide within milliseconds what they look like naked, whether or not I’d do them, and how it would be if I did."    READ MORE »

Faith vs. fear in a queer game of ‘Would You Rather?’

Faith vs. fear in a queer game of ‘Would You Rather?’

Which is worse: Crossing the line, or staring at the line forever? Tips for the raging would-you-rather battle between courage of convictions vs. fear of being wrong.    READ MORE »

 
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