Number of gay, bi men living with HIV jumps 70 percent in Georgia

Gay and bisexual men under 30 make up nearly half of all new HIV diagnoses and they’re the only age group whose rate of infection is getting worse, according to a new report from the CDC.    READ MORE »

Family of slain Pride Alliance leader to sue Georgia Tech

A year after a 21-year-old leader of Georgia Tech’s Pride Alliance was shot and killed by campus police, there are conflicting reports over the school’s response, and a civil lawsuit is in the works.    READ MORE »

Giving yourself an annual review and going beneath the surface

Here's how to give your personal life an evaluation just like at work, and how it can uncover negativity holding you back or positivity driving you forward.    READ MORE »

Face of ‘religious freedom’ effort to lead Georgia anti-LGBTQ group

State Sen. Josh Mckoon has been tapped to lead the Georgia chapter of a conservative Christian organization that opposes marriage equality and supports anti-LGBTQ “religious freedom” legislation.    READ MORE »

The best queer characters expanding mainstream TV this fall

Show time! The 2018 TV season offers scores of queers in minor roles, walk-ons and cameos, as well as a relatively rich roster of leading, key or main characters.    READ MORE »

Weekend starts early for these Blake’s fans

On any given night, popular Midtown mainstay Blake's on the Park comes calling. On one recent Thursday, these are the LGBTQ Atlantans who answered.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The weekend delivers another awesome opportunity to get your queer on. Gather your friends or meet some new ones at these LGBTQ events on the Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

DJ Roland Belmares hitting Heretic for Atlanta Pride warm-up

A longtime disconnect between Atlanta Pride and gay bars takes a crucial first step toward being bridged with Saturday’s Stride Into Pride Warm-Up Party at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Q mag offers fall downtime as a dish best served queer

Fall in the LGBTQ ATL presents a busy slate, but for most of us, at least part of it will be downtime and screen time. This week’s Q sorts some of the queer-er options.    READ MORE »

There’s always room for Jell-O wrestling at BJ Roosters

Tons of Jell-O, a couple inflatable pools and a bunch of able-bodied go-go dancers made for quite the sight on Sunday at BJ Roosters.    READ MORE »

Agriculture Commissioner candidate: Georgia needs more LGBTQ farmers

Fred Swann says his push to get more LGBTQ people into the agricultural field will help alleviate Atlanta’s LGBTQ homeless youth problem.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta gets dressed up when in ‘Rome’

LGBTQ Atlantans donned their armor and togas for a Roman-themed costume party at Heretic on Saturday.    READ MORE »

The best advice is often the simplest, like these drive-by queer truths

Some problems take effort to unpack. Others are easy for everyone but you. Take these quick-hit LGBTQ conundrums.    READ MORE »

Fulton commissioners blasted for inaction on fighting HIV

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners is facing criticism for failing to follow through on recommendations to battle the county’s HIV epidemic more than a year after a task force presented them.    READ MORE »

Gay rugby jocks suds up for car wash and beer bash

It was twice the fun on Saturday as the Atlanta Bucks held a Suds and Studs Car Wash and Beer Bust Fundraiser at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

Labor commish candidate: LGBT people vital to Georgia’s economy

Richard Keatley wants to be 'the voice for the working people' of Georgia, and considers LGBTQ people a vital part of the state’s economic engine. He faces incumbent Republican Mark Butler for labor commissioner.    READ MORE »

10 things you miss while clinging to toxic masculinity

It’s cool if you’re butch. It’s not cool if you hate on femmes and scoff at all femininity. It’s worse if you hate on those characteristics in yourself. You're Masc4MissingOut.    READ MORE »

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