Atlanta, Blue Ridge battle for most queer-friendly city title

Atlanta, Blue Ridge battle for most queer-friendly city title

Two Georgia cities with seemingly little in common landed on separate lists ranking the country’s most LGBTQ-friendly cities.    READ MORE »

Dancing with our depression on LGBTQ suicide watch

Dancing with our depression on LGBTQ suicide watch

They say take time to be grateful, that the act of gratitude will ground you, motivate you and make you appreciate your life more. This is some straight-person bullshit.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Queen was just the tip of ‘royalty’ in Atlanta’s LGBTQ events. Ball legend Kia Labeija and Club kid Rify Royalty top a busy weekend, so get to it.    READ MORE »

DJ Yinon Yahel returns to Atlanta for Heretic set

DJ Yinon Yahel returns to Atlanta for Heretic set

Israeli music producer, DJ and remixer Yinon Yahel came stateside for one hot visit to Heretic on Saturday night.    READ MORE »

Brendan Maclean makes Atlanta debut at The Basement

Brendan Maclean makes Atlanta debut at The Basement

Brendan Maclean gave hope for queer pop music fans everywhere at The Basement in East Atlanta Village on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Pride flags inspired gay Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X to come out

Pride flags inspired gay Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X to come out

Lil Nas X hit the cover of Time magazine to detail his journey from being a college dropout sleeping on his sister’s floor less than a year ago to a chart-topping out and proud rapper.    READ MORE »

U.S. House candidate calls Atlanta drag queen an ‘abomination’

U.S. House candidate calls Atlanta drag queen an ‘abomination’

A candidate for a U.S. House seat in metro Atlanta said a Drag Queen Story Time event in Alpharetta was an “attack on our children."    READ MORE »

She’s out to clear up myths about healthy eating
Q magazine  |  Q&A

She’s out to clear up myths about healthy eating

Healthy food is personal for Jennifer Karlebach. It got her through side effects of a disease, which inspired her to become a nutrition expert.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ ATLiens eat well in Q magazine’s Restaurant Issue

LGBTQ ATLiens eat well in Q magazine’s Restaurant Issue

If you’re out to show life it can’t keep you down, living well in queer Atlanta starts with eating well, and Q is all about it with LGBTQ foodies.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ lawmakers knock Brian Kemp on staff diversity

LGBTQ lawmakers knock Brian Kemp on staff diversity

Georgia Democratic lawmakers called out Gov. Brian Kemp for having an all-white senior staff, saying his appointments “fall well short of collectively representing Georgia’s population.”    READ MORE »

House candidate in Atlanta claims trans people ‘gender pretending’

House candidate in Atlanta claims trans people ‘gender pretending’

A far-right conspiracy theorist with anti-transgender views has joined the GOP primary for a U.S. House seat in metro Atlanta, one of a handful of anti-LGBTQ candidates in the primary.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s Anita Bryant moment inspires new short film

Atlanta’s Anita Bryant moment inspires new short film

Local lesbian Maria Helena Dolan faced down the entire Southern Baptist Convention in 1978. Now Atlanta filmmakers reimagine it for posterity.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta ‘chugs’ down a drag show at Georgia Beer Garden

Queer Atlanta ‘chugs’ down a drag show at Georgia Beer Garden

The dollars flew and the drinks flowed as the Chug drag show returned to Georgia Beer Garden in Sweet Auburn.    READ MORE »

Big Queer Sizzle returns to Charis Books

Big Queer Sizzle returns to Charis Books

Charis Books & More held its annual fundraiser on Friday featuring performances by several local queer artists.    READ MORE »

Georgia’s former top cop calls for LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes law

Georgia’s former top cop calls for LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes law

Former Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens called on the legislature to join 46 other states across the nation and finally pass a hate crimes law.    READ MORE »

Declining sexual advances reveals fragile gay male ego

Declining sexual advances reveals fragile gay male ego

"He said I sent mixed signals, and that he doesn’t have time for games — all because I didn’t drop everything and drop my panties."    READ MORE »

Lesbian restaurateurs opening new Cabbagetown spot

Lesbian restaurateurs opening new Cabbagetown spot

Jen and Emily Chan are expanding their “mostly Southern, mainly Asian” food delivery club to a full-service restaurant in Cabbagetown.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality blasts Trump’s employment discrimination rule

Georgia Equality blasts Trump’s employment discrimination rule

A new plan by the Trump administration would open the door to employment discrimination of LGBTQ people and others, according to Georgia Equality.    READ MORE »

Lesbian restaurateur running for College Park City Council

Lesbian restaurateur running for College Park City Council

Kathleen McQueen has launched a bid to become the College Park City Council’s sole woman and only LGBTQ member.    READ MORE »

The award for Actor in a Lead Role goes to 10 shows with transgender principals

The award for Actor in a Lead Role goes to 10 shows with transgender principals

During sea-change TV transformation for transgender actors playing transgender characters on the small screen, these faces stand out.    READ MORE »

 
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