Wussy gets Shakespearean with ‘Romeo + Juliet’ screening

Wussy was back with another hot event on Tuesday as they presented two screenings of “Romeo + Juliet” starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker wants to make best HIV meds more accessible

A bill that would make it easier for HIV-positive Medicaid recipients to receive the most effective medications may soon see a vote by the full Georgia House.    READ MORE »

10 best things about coming out as trans or nonbinary

Transgender and nonbinary folks share their thoughts on the best things about coming out, overcoming the fear of the unknown, and setting themselves free to be.    READ MORE »

Stupid Cupid Drag Queen Bingo benefits PALS

LGBTQs and allies filled up drag dining venue Lips on Tuesday to help pets in need — and play a little bingo while they’re at it.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gay bar Model T reopens in Grant Park

A gay Atlanta nightlife fixture that closed last November after over 25 years in business has reopened in the former home of another gay bar.    READ MORE »

The real lives behind trans bans like the one in the U.S. Military

When an entire group of people is barred from any area of public life based on immutable characteristics, society as a whole suffers. James Parker Sheffield in this week's Q Voices.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Atlanta's queer Valentine’s Day extends into the weekend with matters of the heart at LGBTQ local events. Whether it’s couple stuff or community love, buckle up, wear pink, and dig into these options.    READ MORE »

Georgia among lowest rated states for LGBTQ equality

Georgia joins 27 other states in the Human Rights Campaign’s lowest-rated category on the group’s annual State Equality Index.    READ MORE »

Atlanta author Timothy Keys debuts ‘I Don’t Want to be That’

Timothy Keys is out with his debut book, an autobiographical look into the world of a black gay man in the South. Keys talks with Q about writing it, what he learned, and who should play him in a movie version.    READ MORE »

Scenes from a fabulous Sunday Funday at Bulldogs

LGBTQs packed into Bulldogs on Sunday for music, cocktails and companionship.    READ MORE »

Meet Atlantans at the intersection of queer identities in Q mag

Intersectionality in our personal circles and in the greater fight for equality remains at the forefront in this edition of Q. Coverage meets LGBTQ-ATLiens bringing to bare all their unique identities.    READ MORE »

Naughty Cupid visit Woofs for Valentine’s beer bust

The organization More to Love threw a beer bust with a special visit from Naughty Cupid on Sunday at Woofs.    READ MORE »

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ star Aja brings the love to Heretic

Wussy brought in “RuPaul’s Drag Race” star Aja for their annual Valentine’s Day party on Saturday at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Shelter for homeless transgender youth opening in Atlanta

A five-bedroom shelter to provide housing for Atlanta’s homeless transgender youth will open on March 1 in the West End.    READ MORE »

HRC Atlanta bowls for equality beach-style

Atlanta supporters of the Human Rights Campaign strapped on the bowling shoes and knocked a few pins down for a cause on Saturday.    READ MORE »

The Other Show returns to Midtown Moon

They’re baaaaaaack! Edie Cheezburger and her cast of the popular drag series The Other Show returned to their new home at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

Lawmaker wants to modernize HIV instruction in Georgia schools

State Rep. Jasmine Clark’s first order of business as a lawmaker was to introduce a bill that would ensure Georgia’s K-12 students receive accurate information about HIV during sex-ed classes.    READ MORE »

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