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10 things about leather in Atlanta – even with the Eagle on a break

What's so great about leather? With Atlanta Leather Pride gearing up this weekend and the old adage try everything once, here's why we wouldn't knock it until you've tried it.

Atlanta Pride will return to in-person October event

After a year of pivots amid the pandemic that took Atlanta Pride’s 50th anniversary exclusively online, plans are forming to put the 51st edition...

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Sports, films, special events and dancing queens. Gay culture but make it a weekend with LGBTQ Atlanta events, whether you're online or in person. Scroll...

Q ATLus tracks 2021’s LGBTQ Atlanta rebirth

The surest sign yet that things are looking up in LGBTQ Atlanta is a rebirth in the Q Events listings. The growing social calendar sets...

Hotlanta Softball throws a long-awaited Opening Day pitch

After a year of waiting and months of planning, everything came together for Hotlanta Softball League on Sunday to host its Opening Day of...

Dos and Don’ts when you suspect a friend is abusing drugs

When a friend’s possible drug use moves past indulgence and into excess, you may have a party monster on your hands, but you also have expectations and obligations to sort.

Advocates call for LGBTQ action against ‘insidious’ voting bills

After a long election cycle that included record turnout, accusations of malfeasance, two consequential runoffs and a bluer Georgia, LGBTQ advocates have one message:...

Join us live: LGBTQ advocates fighting voter suppression in Georgia

Georgians may face a raft of new voting restrictions as Republican lawmakers respond to the state turning politically blue. Join us Friday for a...

LGBTQ lawmakers set priorities for Georgia’s legislative session

When the Georgia legislature gaveled into its 2021 session on Monday at the Gold Dome, a record number of LGBTQ lawmakers swore their oaths...

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Atlanta names first-ever fellow to tackle HIV epidemic

The City of Atlanta brought on a public health expert for a one-year fellowship to create a strategic plan to address the HIV epidemic. Dr....

NCAA warns Georgia against banning transgender athletes

The NCAA issued a firm warning to Georgia and other states considering banning transgender students from sports – discriminate against them and risk losing...

10 things about leather in Atlanta – even with the Eagle on a break

What's so great about leather? With Atlanta Leather Pride gearing up this weekend and the old adage try everything once, here's why we wouldn't knock it until you've tried it.

Atlanta Pride will return to in-person October event

After a year of pivots amid the pandemic that took Atlanta Pride’s 50th anniversary exclusively online, plans are forming to put the 51st edition...

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Sports, films, special events and dancing queens. Gay culture but make it a weekend with LGBTQ Atlanta events, whether you're online or in person. Scroll...

Q ATLus tracks 2021’s LGBTQ Atlanta rebirth

The surest sign yet that things are looking up in LGBTQ Atlanta is a rebirth in the Q Events listings. The growing social calendar sets...

Weather Channel’s Tevin Wooten storms LGBTQ Atlanta

The Weather Channel’s Tevin Wooten belongs in rare company as a Black, LGBTQ meteorologist on a national stage. The Emmy Award-winning Midtown Atlanta resident...

Hotlanta Softball throws a long-awaited Opening Day pitch

After a year of waiting and months of planning, everything came together for Hotlanta Softball League on Sunday to host its Opening Day of...

Dos and Don’ts when you suspect a friend is abusing drugs

When a friend’s possible drug use moves past indulgence and into excess, you may have a party monster on your hands, but you also have expectations and obligations to sort.

Trans woman: I won’t survive attacks, retaliation in Georgia prison

Attorneys for a transgender woman facing repeated sexual assaults while housed in Georgia prisons are asking a federal judge for an emergency order to...

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Atlanta names first-ever fellow to tackle HIV epidemic

The City of Atlanta brought on a public health expert for a one-year fellowship to create a strategic plan to address the HIV epidemic. Dr....

NCAA warns Georgia against banning transgender athletes

The NCAA issued a firm warning to Georgia and other states considering banning transgender students from sports – discriminate against them and risk losing...

10 things about leather in Atlanta – even with the Eagle on a break

What's so great about leather? With Atlanta Leather Pride gearing up this weekend and the old adage try everything once, here's why we wouldn't knock it until you've tried it.

Atlanta Pride will return to in-person October event

After a year of pivots amid the pandemic that took Atlanta Pride’s 50th anniversary exclusively online, plans are forming to put the 51st edition...

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Sports, films, special events and dancing queens. Gay culture but make it a weekend with LGBTQ Atlanta events, whether you're online or in person. Scroll...

Q ATLus tracks 2021’s LGBTQ Atlanta rebirth

The surest sign yet that things are looking up in LGBTQ Atlanta is a rebirth in the Q Events listings. The growing social calendar sets...

Weather Channel’s Tevin Wooten storms LGBTQ Atlanta

The Weather Channel’s Tevin Wooten belongs in rare company as a Black, LGBTQ meteorologist on a national stage. The Emmy Award-winning Midtown Atlanta resident...

Hotlanta Softball throws a long-awaited Opening Day pitch

After a year of waiting and months of planning, everything came together for Hotlanta Softball League on Sunday to host its Opening Day of...

Dos and Don’ts when you suspect a friend is abusing drugs

When a friend’s possible drug use moves past indulgence and into excess, you may have a party monster on your hands, but you also have expectations and obligations to sort.

Trans woman: I won’t survive attacks, retaliation in Georgia prison

Attorneys for a transgender woman facing repeated sexual assaults while housed in Georgia prisons are asking a federal judge for an emergency order to...
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