LGBTQ advisors want Atlanta mayor to approve $100,000 PrEP project

LGBTQ advisors for Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms want the Atlanta mayor to spend $100,000 to provide PrEP services to help combat the city’s HIV crisis.    READ MORE »

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 »

Lawmaker files sweeping bill to protect LGBTQ Georgians

State Rep. Sandra Scott filed a broad civil rights bill that would protect LGBTQ people and others from discrimination in housing, employment and public accommodations.    READ MORE »

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

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 »

Queer AF show back for Sunday Funday at MSR

It’s always a great way to finish off Sunday Funday by taking in the Queer AF show at My Sister’s Room.    READ MORE »

Revival Gospel Variety Show debuts at Midtown Moon

Amen! Midtown Moon was the site of the debut of the Revival Gospel Variety Show on Jan. 13.    READ MORE »

‘Glamorous’ party series returns to Heretic

International DJ Aron returned to Atlanta for the Glamorous party series at Heretic on Jan. 12.    READ MORE »

Meet the new LGBTQ liaison for Atlanta police

A nearly four-year veteran of the Atlanta Police Department was named as the agency’s newest LGBTQ liaison.    READ MORE »

Record number of LGBTQ lawmakers take office in Georgia House

Matthew Wilson was sworn into the Georgia House on Monday, making him the fifth LGBTQ member of the legislature — the largest number of openly LGBTQ members the Georgia legislature has ever had.    READ MORE »

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 »

Sporty gays watch NFL action at Woofs

LGBTQ Atlantans crowded into Woofs on Jan. 12 to take in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ business group mixes and mingles at monthly event

The Metro Atlanta Association of Professionals (MAAP) held its monthly Mix, Mingle & Network event on Jan. 11 at Ten Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Fulton criticized for handling of HIV care, testing at county jail

Fulton County is calling on federal health officials to help settle a dispute between an HIV advisory committee, county commissioners and the jail over the best way to test inmates for HIV.    READ MORE »

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

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 »

Georgia House Speaker: RFRA ‘tears at fabric of state’

Georgia House Speaker David Ralston said that anti-LGBTQ 'religious freedom' legislation 'is a solution in search of a problem,' and he acknowledged the severity of the state’s HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

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