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Calling trans men out of invisibility and into queer legend

When Q listed LGBTQ legends, transgender men who “most everyone knows and will remember forever” proved difficult to bring to mind. I consulted a trans male friend.

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The perfect weather meets its match with local queer events as reasons to get out in it. Out on Film begins, plus AIDS Walk...

‘Firebird’ heats up the Cold War to open Out On Film

A young private in the Cold War-era Soviet Air Force risks his freedom and his life after falling for a daring fighter pilot in...

Atlanta calls ‘Action!’ on Out on Film in Q ATLus

Never ones to rest on our laurels, LGBTQ Atlanta keeps up its relentless forward pace this week with the 35th annual Out on Film...

Sundays with Mother are much gayer at The Hideaway

A little rain can’t keep anyone away from going home to visit their mother on a Sunday. That goes double when your host is...

Group sends questions to Atlanta Pride seeking transparency

An open meeting took place on Thursday at My Sister’s Room to challenge Atlanta Pride Committee’s internal processes. The upshot was a list of...

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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This small-town Georgia official has been out and proud for 55 years

Hamilton, Ga., Mayor Pro Tem Ransom Farley was around 11 or 12 years old when his grandmother told him he was “special.” He realized what...

Calling trans men out of invisibility and into queer legend

When Q listed LGBTQ legends, transgender men who “most everyone knows and will remember forever” proved difficult to bring to mind. I consulted a trans male friend.

Tracking Atlanta’s trans murder cold cases through the decades

Metro Atlanta’s missing and murdered transgender and gender nonconforming victims are not forgotten. Thanks to a pair of forensic genealogists in Massachusetts, trans cold...

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The perfect weather meets its match with local queer events as reasons to get out in it. Out on Film begins, plus AIDS Walk...

This small town in North Georgia loves its first LGBTQ mayor

When Liz Ordiales became the first openly LGBTQ mayor of Hiawassee in 2017, there was some resistance in the city of 900 people in...

‘Firebird’ heats up the Cold War to open Out On Film

A young private in the Cold War-era Soviet Air Force risks his freedom and his life after falling for a daring fighter pilot in...

Atlanta calls ‘Action!’ on Out on Film in Q ATLus

Never ones to rest on our laurels, LGBTQ Atlanta keeps up its relentless forward pace this week with the 35th annual Out on Film...

Sundays with Mother are much gayer at The Hideaway

A little rain can’t keep anyone away from going home to visit their mother on a Sunday. That goes double when your host is...

Mayoral candidate Antonio Brown’s fraud case cleared for trial

A federal judge advanced the federal fraud case against LGBTQ city council member and Atlanta mayoral hopeful Antonio Brown to the trial phase. The...

Queer Atlanta charities ‘floored’ by Lil Nas X donations

Lil Nas X asked fans to pony up for three Atlanta HIV and LGBTQ advocacy groups with the release of his new album “Montero.” The...

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This small-town Georgia official has been out and proud for 55 years

Hamilton, Ga., Mayor Pro Tem Ransom Farley was around 11 or 12 years old when his grandmother told him he was “special.” He realized what...

Calling trans men out of invisibility and into queer legend

When Q listed LGBTQ legends, transgender men who “most everyone knows and will remember forever” proved difficult to bring to mind. I consulted a trans male friend.

Tracking Atlanta’s trans murder cold cases through the decades

Metro Atlanta’s missing and murdered transgender and gender nonconforming victims are not forgotten. Thanks to a pair of forensic genealogists in Massachusetts, trans cold...

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The perfect weather meets its match with local queer events as reasons to get out in it. Out on Film begins, plus AIDS Walk...

This small town in North Georgia loves its first LGBTQ mayor

When Liz Ordiales became the first openly LGBTQ mayor of Hiawassee in 2017, there was some resistance in the city of 900 people in...

‘Firebird’ heats up the Cold War to open Out On Film

A young private in the Cold War-era Soviet Air Force risks his freedom and his life after falling for a daring fighter pilot in...

Atlanta calls ‘Action!’ on Out on Film in Q ATLus

Never ones to rest on our laurels, LGBTQ Atlanta keeps up its relentless forward pace this week with the 35th annual Out on Film...

Sundays with Mother are much gayer at The Hideaway

A little rain can’t keep anyone away from going home to visit their mother on a Sunday. That goes double when your host is...

Mayoral candidate Antonio Brown’s fraud case cleared for trial

A federal judge advanced the federal fraud case against LGBTQ city council member and Atlanta mayoral hopeful Antonio Brown to the trial phase. The...

Queer Atlanta charities ‘floored’ by Lil Nas X donations

Lil Nas X asked fans to pony up for three Atlanta HIV and LGBTQ advocacy groups with the release of his new album “Montero.” The...
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