Category:  Q magazine

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

LGBTQ events sizzle through summer as Atlanta moves into dog days. Step right up for this-week-only concerts, shows with special guests, an annual pursuit of the hirsute and more.    READ MORE »

Trans Atlanta woman digs deep to find ‘what is mine to do’

Trans Atlanta woman digs deep to find ‘what is mine to do’

If you’re looking for “what is yours to do,” here's one queer tale about living from the heart, which already knew the answer, and how, once I looked within, my purpose found me.    READ MORE »

Get your queer life in Q mag’s House of Yes this week

Get your queer life in Q mag’s House of Yes this week

One common theme sews its way through the fabric of queer Atlanta: telling ourselves it’s possible. The people we meet in Q this week set perfect examples that if you set your mind to it, you can achieve it.    READ MORE »

Take your queer history beyond Stonewall and through the year

Take your queer history beyond Stonewall and through the year

Pride doesn't end on Stonewall Weekend, and LGBTQ history doesn't stop at the 1969 riots. Flash back to more milestones, with a few fun Atlanta facts, by the numbers.    READ MORE »

Rethink sadness when there ain’t no cure for summertime blues

Rethink sadness when there ain’t no cure for summertime blues

Cruel summer? Summer SADs are an actual thing. Try these 10 things to help re-frame the summertime blues when the thrill of Stonewall Month and freshness of pool parties are gone.    READ MORE »

Secrets wrap Stonewall in context of why it’s the uprising that stuck

Secrets wrap Stonewall in context of why it’s the uprising that stuck

In the wee hours of June 28, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, and fed-up patrons refused to budge. You knew that, but here are some stats you might not know.    READ MORE »

One black, gay Atlanta man’s story ‘for the love of Andre Leon Talley’

One black, gay Atlanta man’s story ‘for the love of Andre Leon Talley’

As his documentary hits Atlanta, a fashion icon is remembered for his impact on black LGBTQ culture by a local queer advocate with a parallel personal journey to share.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Stonewall Weekend brings more to love in the LGBTQ-ATL. Events line up for you to knock down Friday through Sunday, from weekend-long festivals and annual summits and nightly parties.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta blooms in Q mag just in time for Stonewall Week

Queer Atlanta blooms in Q mag just in time for Stonewall Week

From the real history of Stonewall to the latest looks, from iconic lives to hard truth telling, the latest issue of Q celebrates finding our best selves as a community and as individuals.    READ MORE »

Atlanta event introduces ‘The Gospel’ of Andre Leon Talley

Atlanta event introduces ‘The Gospel’ of Andre Leon Talley

Icon, 'Vogue' veteran and 'fashion story teller' Andre Leon Talley talks to Q magazine about clothes, privacy, and his personal ‘Gospel’ in advance of documentary screenings.    READ MORE »

Keeping up with nosy, picky, sneezy queers

Keeping up with nosy, picky, sneezy queers

You will never live up to your perception of the Seven Dwarves in the LGBTQ village, so stop comparing their social media highlight reels to your behind-the-scenes footage.    READ MORE »

Slay summer with LGBTQ Atlanta’s hottest shows, specials and soirees

Slay summer with LGBTQ Atlanta’s hottest shows, specials and soirees

Gird your loins, children. Stonewall Month kicks off more than three-dozen events that keep your to-do list hot as the summer sun all season long. Summer, slain.    READ MORE »

Best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One of the busiest weekends of Atlanta’s LGBTQ calendar lands with enough event options to fill several weekends. The Queer Agenda helps you sort it out and plan your attack.    READ MORE »

Why’s it so hard for so many LGBTQs to let bisexuals exist?

Why’s it so hard for so many LGBTQs to let bisexuals exist?

It's Visibility 101. Too many 'act as if bisexuality is somehow the tableside guacamole of sexuality.' We're not entitled to chill while they prove they are bi while we sip margs and judge.    READ MORE »

Renaissance man Scott Thompson resurrects queer ‘Kids in the Hall’ character to help you #resist

Renaissance man Scott Thompson resurrects queer ‘Kids in the Hall’ character to help you #resist

Scott Thompson spent the ‘90s being the most fearless queer in comedy. On 'The Kids In The Hall,' his character Buddy Cole became an icon. Buddy’s time has come again, and it hits Atlanta this week.    READ MORE »

Q mag’s summer preview issue is coming in hot

Q mag’s summer preview issue is coming in hot

What makes summer, well, summer? Concerts? Poolside downtime? Stonewall specials? From performances and people to pools, Pride and parties, this issue of Q heats up the LGBTQ-ATL.    READ MORE »

That time you knew what you wanted but hated when you got it

That time you knew what you wanted but hated when you got it

Whether it's longterm love, short term disagreements or queer life passing you by in the closet, everyone encounters moments when what they thought was, well, thought wrong. The Q offers advice.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s a lot, but you can handle it. From one-night-only specials to weekly stalwarts and annual blasts, the LGBTQ-ATL rolls out the events to be a sure cure the weekday woes that ail you.    READ MORE »

10 ways to make your queer love last

10 ways to make your queer love last

Finding and hanging onto a boo (or two) isn't a one-and-done proposition. It takes effort from all parties to keep it. Here are some things you can do every day to make sure your love is secure and growing.    READ MORE »

The LGBTQ disconnect that finds some alone in a crowded room

The LGBTQ disconnect that finds some alone in a crowded room

How is it possible to be surrounded by others and yet feel disconnected? Here's how one gay Atlanta man figured out how you can experience community without sacrificing your hard-won independence.    READ MORE »

 
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