Chick-fil-A: Giving to anti-LGBTQ groups a ‘higher calling’

Chick-fil-A: Giving to anti-LGBTQ groups a ‘higher calling’

Chick-fil-A defended its continued donations to anti-LGBTQ groups, saying that the money goes towards specific programs to help underprivileged children.    READ MORE »

What if I’m not ‘Kinsey 6 Gold Plated Gay-Gay’ any more?

What if I’m not ‘Kinsey 6 Gold Plated Gay-Gay’ any more?

Does sex with a trans man remove my coveted 'gay' rating, and if so, am I not certified 'Gold' any more? And since everyone is getting married, should we?    READ MORE »

Georgia Republicans embrace lesbians to oppose Equality Act

Georgia Republicans embrace lesbians to oppose Equality Act

The U.S. House passed the Equality Act on Friday, despite Georgia Republican representatives recruiting a new ally to fight the bill — anti-transgender lesbians.    READ MORE »

Why some classic rock songs should be relics of our queer past

Why some classic rock songs should be relics of our queer past

Songs like "Lola" and "Walk on the Wild Side" did great things for exposure and legitimately helped some trans women, but now they're an open invitation to make fun of trans women.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta hits Church for cocktail worship

Queer Atlanta hits Church for cocktail worship

Vicki Powell’s ever-popular Sunday Service is back to praise to the power of music on the patio at Church.    READ MORE »

Teresa Tomlinson touts LGBTQ record in run for U.S. Senate

Teresa Tomlinson touts LGBTQ record in run for U.S. Senate

When former Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson officially launched her campaign for U.S. Senate on May 1, it was a long time coming for the LGBTQ ally.    READ MORE »

Peach Party kicks annual gay dance weekend into overdrive

Peach Party kicks annual gay dance weekend into overdrive

What started as Atlanta’s answer to gay circuit days gone by in 2012 is a local standard, and the Peach Party groove has only grown since its inception.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One, two, you know what to do. Three, four, come on hit the dance floor. Five, six, pick up shows and flicks. Seven, eight, you better not be late to the LGBTQ events in this week’s Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

Queer volleyball jocks down margaritas at Ten
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Queer volleyball jocks down margaritas at Ten

The jocks of the Hotlanta Volleyball Association lucked out with dry weather for their latest margarita bust at Ten.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ cosplay abounds at OutlantaCon speakeasy show

LGBTQ cosplay abounds at OutlantaCon speakeasy show

OutlantaCon landed at the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel to celebrate all things queer cosplay, sci-fi, fantasy and gaming.    READ MORE »

Star 94.1 adds gay interior decorator to morning show

Star 94.1 adds gay interior decorator to morning show

Atlanta pop station Star 94.1 dropped Jeff Dauler from its morning show and added two new voices, including a gay man from Myrtle Beach, S.C., according to the AJC.    READ MORE »

City of Atlanta paid anti-LGBTQ attorney $267,000

City of Atlanta paid anti-LGBTQ attorney $267,000

The City of Atlanta – in its legal battle against a Cheshire Bridge Road business – paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to an attorney who has fought against marriage equality and transgender rights.    READ MORE »

Q Swimsuit Issue plunges into looks for everybody and every body

Q Swimsuit Issue plunges into looks for everybody and every body

Even as a queer of longstanding, some lessons must be relearned to further improve understanding. Our Swimsuit Issue provides a few opportunities for growth.    READ MORE »

Georgia city pays lesbian it banned $43,000 in settlement

Georgia city pays lesbian it banned $43,000 in settlement

The Atlanta lesbian who was banned for life from the city of Statham has been reinstated and will continue fighting the city on behalf of her late partner.    READ MORE »

‘Evan Hansen,’ ‘Pitch Perfect’ star set to serenade Atlanta

‘Evan Hansen,’ ‘Pitch Perfect’ star set to serenade Atlanta

Ben Platt packed some extremely noteworthy roles on stage and screen into his 25 years, and the out actor-singer shows no signs of stopping.    READ MORE »

Atlanta LGBTQ groups relaunch HIV testing center the SPOT

Atlanta LGBTQ groups relaunch HIV testing center the SPOT

Members of various LGBTQ and HIV/AIDS organizations gathered on Saturday for a barbecue to relaunch a free, LGBTQ-friendly HIV testing site in Candler Park.    READ MORE »

When you grow up but your friends are stuck in a queer culture loop

When you grow up but your friends are stuck in a queer culture loop

"I’m not sure when I graduated from innuendo t-shirts, gold booty shorts and Mickey Mouse ears when not at Disney World, but I did."    READ MORE »

Campy ‘Cruel Intentions’ musical comes to Cobb Energy Centre

Campy ‘Cruel Intentions’ musical comes to Cobb Energy Centre

It’s been 20 years since the cult-hit teen film “Cruel Intentions” hit the big screen, and now a musical version of the film comes to Atlanta packed with ‘90s hit songs and an expanded gay storyline.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta blows it out for Cinco de Mayo at Las Margaritas

Queer Atlanta blows it out for Cinco de Mayo at Las Margaritas

The Cinco de Mayo blowout at Las Margaritas is an annual treat for queer Atlanta, and this year had a sporty feel to amp things up a bit.    READ MORE »

A peek inside Charis Books’ new Decatur home in 19 photos

A peek inside Charis Books’ new Decatur home in 19 photos

Charis Books & More — the South’s oldest indie feminist bookstore — is settling into its new digs in Decatur after 45 years in Little Five Points, and the reviews are in.    READ MORE »

 
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