Queer football jocks ring in spring with margarita bust

Queer football jocks ring in spring with margarita bust

Spring is upon us and that means endless pitchers of margaritas and the deck at Zocalo overflowing with flag football jocks and their supporters.    READ MORE »

Georgia Senate panel OKs PrEP pilot program

Georgia Senate panel OKs PrEP pilot program

A bill that would create a three-year pilot program to provide free PrEP medication to those at high risk of contracting HIV got the unanimous approval of a Georgia Senate committee on Wednesday.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta kicks off the weekend at Bulldogs

Queer Atlanta kicks off the weekend at Bulldogs

A crowd of LGBTQ folks headed to Bulldogs on Friday night to raise a glass, hear a song and make a friend.    READ MORE »

Gay civic activist finishes seventh in Atlanta City Council race

Gay civic activist finishes seventh in Atlanta City Council race

A gay civic activist’s bid to go from City Hall watchdog to a sitting member of the Atlanta City Council fell short on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Badass The Black Madonna to unleash music magic on Heretic

Badass The Black Madonna to unleash music magic on Heretic

The Black Madonna's DJ persona isn’t about religion. It's more about religious experiences on any dance floor she graces. We gathered intel for five fast facts before you and she hit Heretic.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmakers explore banning conversion therapy

Georgia lawmakers explore banning conversion therapy

Georgia lawmakers vetted a proposed ban on conversion therapy for minors during a first-ever legislative hearing in the state about the controversial issue on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Taste the rainbow in Q’s Dining Guide to queer Atlanta

Taste the rainbow in Q’s Dining Guide to queer Atlanta

From the meal of our people at brunch, to any gathering around a communal table, one of the LGBTQ-ATL’s rites of passage is eating good in the gayborhood. Q magazine is all over it.    READ MORE »

Charis Books moving after 45 years in Little Five Points

Charis Books moving after 45 years in Little Five Points

Charis Books & More – the South’s oldest indie feminist bookstore – ends a 45-year chapter in Little Five Points on Saturday before re-opening in Decatur a week later.    READ MORE »

Georgia Senate panel OKs needle exchange bill to battle HIV

Georgia Senate panel OKs needle exchange bill to battle HIV

A bill creating a needle exchange program to help reduce HIV rates in Georgia passed unanimously in a state Senate committee meeting on Monday.    READ MORE »

HIV fueled by people unaware of status, not receiving treatment

HIV fueled by people unaware of status, not receiving treatment

More than 80 percent of the 39,000 new HIV infections in the U.S. each year are transmitted by people unaware they have HIV or those not being treated for it, federal health officials said Monday.    READ MORE »

Tricks to move on from relationships and break from your past

Tricks to move on from relationships and break from your past

Your mental toolbox can always use a few new tools. This week, one queer thinks they'll never love again, while another is sure he'll never live down the mistakes of his former self.    READ MORE »

New queer dance party lands in Little Five Points

New queer dance party lands in Little Five Points

A new dance party celebrating womxn and nonbinary DJs made its debut on Friday at Star Bar in Little Five Points.    READ MORE »

10 queer-coded TV and movie characters who never came out

10 queer-coded TV and movie characters who never came out

Was being literal too easy? Characters coded as queer have a history on screen as old as cinema itself. Sometimes, the strategy's often nefarious, often hilarious use created a legend.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned MetroFresh opening second Midtown spot

Gay-owned MetroFresh opening second Midtown spot

Gay Atlanta restauranteur Mitchell Anderson is expanding the MetroFresh footprint by bringing the popular eatery to a Midtown high rise.    READ MORE »

Woofs moving from longtime home to new larger location
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Woofs moving from longtime home to new larger location

Woofs is packing up its flat-screen TVs, team banners and rainbow paraphernalia and moving from its longtime home after 17 years on Piedmont Road.    READ MORE »

Explore the male form with four artists showing ‘Body & Soul’

Explore the male form with four artists showing ‘Body & Soul’

Since opening in Kirkwood nearly a decade ago, Bob Burkhardt’s pb&j gallery has featured diverse works by even more diverse artists, but one exhibition each year is especially close to his heart.    READ MORE »

Drag queen bingo benefits PALS at Lips

Drag queen bingo benefits PALS at Lips

LGBTQs and allies headed to drag dining venue Lips on Tuesday for a little bingo to help some little four-legged friends.    READ MORE »

The queens come out for New Faces contest at Friends

The queens come out for New Faces contest at Friends

Drag newbies and legends mixed it up at Friends on Sunday for the bar’s New Faces contest.    READ MORE »

Atlanta to fight HIV epidemic with new public health officer

Atlanta to fight HIV epidemic with new public health officer

Facing continuing high rates of new HIV infections in Atlanta, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is creating a chief health officer in her administration to bolster the city's efforts at fighting the epidemic.    READ MORE »

All Stripes tailgates its way into new Atlanta United season

All Stripes tailgates its way into new Atlanta United season

The LGBTs who soccer – or at least support the pros who do – hosted their first tailgate of the 2019 season to cheer on Atlanta United's defense of its Major League Soccer crown.    READ MORE »

 
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