Atlanta bucking legend Anthony Davis dies at 46

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 »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

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 »

ATL Latinx Pride shines with DJs, drinks, dancing and ‘Divertidos!’

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 »

‘Conversion’ survivor, LGBTQ champion Sean Young fights back

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 »

Ivana Piranha wins New Faces All Stars contest at Friends

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 »

Jungle reunion brings back the gay old days at Heretic

It’s been a year since Atlanta lost popular Cheshire Bridge club Jungle, so the crowds came out Saturday night to Heretic to relive the magic.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ activists arrested during election protest at Georgia Capitol

State Sen. Nikema Williams and several LGBTQ activists were among 15 people arrested during a demonstration at the State Capitol on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

First-anniversary Q mag captures queer Atlantans at work and play

The good news for us here at Q is that our work is never done. Real Atlantans inspire every issue, from the serious business of LGBTQ rights to the importance of letting your hair down.    READ MORE »

Gay softball jocks cap season with awards banquet

The Southern Softpaw League celebrated the end of its 10th season on Saturday with a spread of food, drinks and awards.    READ MORE »

Gwinnett’s new gay commissioner wants to expand anti-bias policy

When Ben Ku becomes the first openly gay member of the Gwinnett County Commission, he wants to add sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression to the nondiscrimination policy.    READ MORE »

Help for queers who are green, fugly and worry too much

Got a significant other so hot you're a jealous mess? Aging and letting yourself feel like a troll? Step 1 is to stop worrying, because wringing your hands compounds your issues.    READ MORE »

The Other Show heats up cold night in Midtown

The temperature has officially dropped in Atlanta, but have no fear — the queens of The Other Show are here to keep your fall season red hot.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ allies prep for December runoff in Georgia

As the governor’s race and a metro Atlanta congressional race enter the court system, LGBTQ activists are sounding off on the importance of two statewide races heading to a Dec. 4 runoff.    READ MORE »

Gay man killed, boyfriend wounded in Buckhead shooting

An unidentified gunman killed a 38-year-old man and wounded the man’s boyfriend in Buckhead in the early morning hours after Halloween night.    READ MORE »

Sister Louisa owner gets campy with new retreat south of Atlanta

Grant Henry has kept two “churches” thriving, and now he’s adding a Sanctuary — a 44-acre retreat nestled in the woods of Griffin about an hour south of downtown Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Gender-free, color-neutral fashions let you shine through

Genderqueer models stand out against neutral-tone fashions that are gender-neutral too in looks that look good on everyone with pops of the one-of-a-kind queers wearing them.    READ MORE »

Georgia city bans Atlanta lesbian for life

An Atlanta woman inspired by her late partner filed a lawsuit against a Georgia city that banned her for life.    READ MORE »

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