Threat of evictions subsides in Atlanta’s HIV housing crisis

Threat of evictions subsides in Atlanta’s HIV housing crisis

Some 70 percent of the victims of an HIV housing crisis have had their situation stabilized, but the search continues for some 50 people who have been unreachable.    READ MORE »

Sip on queer Atlanta comedian Ian Aber’s new ‘Night Sugar’ album
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Sip on queer Atlanta comedian Ian Aber’s new ‘Night Sugar’ album

Atlanta comic and show runner Ian Aber is closing in on a decade in stand-up comedy, talking about what he knows best — being queer and feeling like an outsider.    READ MORE »

Meet Atlanta’s LGBTQ powerlifting club, the Fantastic Beasts

Meet Atlanta’s LGBTQ powerlifting club, the Fantastic Beasts

When David Holland and Reed Gilbert started powerlifting together in spring 2017, they realized there was a void in LGBTQ Atlanta: There was no known club for queer lifters.    READ MORE »

Family of slain LGBTQ student sues Georgia Tech

Family of slain LGBTQ student sues Georgia Tech

The family of Scott “Scout” Schultz filed a wrongful death suit against Georgia Tech two years after campus police shot and killed the LGBTQ student.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

With your weekend always in view, the Queer Agenda calendar always knows how LGBTQ events are shaping up this Friday through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Daya, Max, Ally Brooke headline Atlanta Pride entertainment

Daya, Max, Ally Brooke headline Atlanta Pride entertainment

Atlanta Pride announced its 2019 stage lineup on Thursday with acts on three stages during the Atlanta Pride Festival on Oct. 12 and 13.    READ MORE »

Take a peek inside MetroFresh’s new uptown spot in 13 photos

Take a peek inside MetroFresh’s new uptown spot in 13 photos

The new MetroFresh Uptown is now open at One Midtown Plaza, and owner Mitchell Anderson is busy meeting what he calls “a whole new audience.”    READ MORE »

Q mag powers up with queer potency and community resilience

Q mag powers up with queer potency and community resilience

Supporting LGBTQ equality, not to mention living without it, can feel like heaving massive objects. Queer strength dominates this issue.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta tips one back at Sunday Service

Queer Atlanta tips one back at Sunday Service

Alt-queer realness was in effect in Sweet Auburn as Church hosted its ever-popular Sunday Service.    READ MORE »

Atlanta police investigating anti-gay, anti-white graffiti

Atlanta police investigating anti-gay, anti-white graffiti

The Atlanta Police Department’s Homeland Security Unit has opened an investigation into anti-white and anti-gay graffiti found at a popular intersection.    READ MORE »

Gov. Kemp appoints gay lawmaker to 2020 Census task force

Gov. Kemp appoints gay lawmaker to 2020 Census task force

State Rep. Matthew Wilson was among the dozens of leaders that Gov. Brian Kemp appointed to a committee to ensure that all Georgia residents are counted in the 2020 U.S. Census.    READ MORE »

Jocks and leather galore at Heretic’s daddy night

Jocks and leather galore at Heretic’s daddy night

The DILF party series was back at Heretic on Friday and out came the jocks, underwear, harnesses and leather.    READ MORE »

Police: Killers recite nursery rhyme before murdering LGBTQ artist

Police: Killers recite nursery rhyme before murdering LGBTQ artist

A suspect in the rape and shooting death of an LGBTQ college student in Southwest Atlanta made a game out of selecting who he would kill before pulling the trigger, according to police.    READ MORE »

Georgia Supreme Court upholds conviction in gay Craigslist murder

Georgia Supreme Court upholds conviction in gay Craigslist murder

The Georgia Supreme Court unanimously upheld the murder conviction and life sentence for a man who lured an Augusta doctor then strangled and beat him to death.    READ MORE »

Why so many queers play doormat to get a little love

Why so many queers play doormat to get a little love

Relationship troubles are even worse if you let people walk all over you. It’s exhausting, and you’ve both gotten used to the arrangement.    READ MORE »

Atlanta groups launch massive syphilis testing blitz for gay, bi men

Atlanta groups launch massive syphilis testing blitz for gay, bi men

Fulton County is partnering with Emory University and Joining Hearts to tackle a syphilis epidemic among gay and bisexual men.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta football league toasts new season at Blake’s
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Queer Atlanta football league toasts new season at Blake’s

National Flag Football League of Atlanta players old and new gathered Thursday to celebrate the opening of the league’s fall season.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ bartenders battle it out for AIDS Walk Atlanta

LGBTQ bartenders battle it out for AIDS Walk Atlanta

Some of Atlanta’s best LGBTQ bartenders faced off on Thursday to find out who came up with the best concoction.    READ MORE »

10 ways to support the local LGBTQ arts

10 ways to support the local LGBTQ arts

It's common to lean on and expect makers and creators to just do what they do, but here are ways to respect their work and help them thrive.    READ MORE »

Brent Star’s search for kidney donor stalls

Brent Star’s search for kidney donor stalls

Gay Atlanta entertainer Brent Star’s battle with kidney disease suffered a setback after a potential donor fell through.    READ MORE »

 
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