• Hotlanta Softball closes out season (photo) while looking ahead to Fall Ball.
• Hotlanta Volleyball’s athletic eye candy.
• Atlanta Bucks bring back Rugby 101, but it’s not underwater.
• Piedmont Park loosens its ban a little.
• Elton John bringing gay to Kennesaw. Andy Roddick, too.
• U.S. men’s gymnastics team strikes a pose.
• Michael Phelps dissected.
• Olympic Village needs a little love.
• Women’s soccer coming (back) to Atlanta.
• The G-Braves’ whistlepig the woodchuck.
• Porn-posing college jocks exposed, then dumped.
• Who let the Dogs in?
• ESPN delivers morning cup of sports.
• Mike Piazza comes out—of South Beach.
Anthony “Big Tony” Davis, who mentored countless young black gay men in Atlanta and across the country in the Southern dance style called bucking, died on Sunday at age 46. READ MORE »
It’s been a hard-fought week, but your sweet reward is here. Run your fingers through this long and lustrous Queer Agenda of Atlanta’s best LGBTQ events. READ MORE »
Gird your loins, dancing queens. A debut party is coming for another slot on Atlanta’s annual dance calendar, and this one hits the gay party scene with a message of inclusivity. READ MORE »
Sean Young is hooked on justice. He rode a long path to accepting his sexual orientation, but once he did, he made up for lost time by advocating for LGBTQ rights across the country. READ MORE »
Fifteen queens came for it, but only one went home with the crown at the New Faces All Stars contest at Friends on Sunday. READ MORE »