Saturday: Crossfit competition goes shirtless

It's spring and a sports-minded sorta weekend, what with flag football, rugby and softball hitting the fields. To celebrate, we take a peek at a shirtless crossfit competition from Southern California.    READ MORE »

Gay hand holding rally on for Saturday in Atlanta

After a protest in your underwear, same-sex hand holding in Piedmont might be a little bit of a let down. But provocateur Laura Gentle is at it again and needs your gay hand holding self on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Trans documentarian puts her own life in lens

Kimberly Reed first envisioned her film “Prodigal Sons” as dealing with identity issues, but as the camera rolled, the journey veered down paths Reed never dreamt. The film opens in Atlanta Friday.    READ MORE »

Bucks recruit, scrum this weekend [photos]

That crunch you hear? It's a tell tale sign that the Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club is in the midst of its spring season. It's a distinct noise made by men wearing no pads colliding at high speeds.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: Fashion that’s fit to print

In a “Project Runway” first, Thursday’s episode asked the contestants to design their own textile for use in their runway looks. As usual, some contestants soared, some slipped by and others tanked.    READ MORE »

Community  |  Swag

Be our guest: Win tickets to Gay Men’s Chorus

VIPs don’t clamor for tickets. Let us treat you like the guest of honor that you are. Here’s your chance to attend one of the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus “Georgia On Our Minds” concerts.    READ MORE »

Atlanta chorus to host gay teen in prom flap

The gay Georgia teen who gained attention this week for pushing to bring his boyfriend to the prom only to be kicked out by his parents will be a guest at Friday's concert by the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus.    READ MORE »

Friday: 31 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you’re into the Gay Men’s Chorus, Jen Foster, Andy Warhol, Boris Kodjoe & Nicole Parker, or socializing with drag queens, dancers and bears, oh my! You have a lot of choices.    READ MORE »

Friday: The mysterious side of Ville Kinos

When Dylan Rosser points his lens at you, it's a stamp of approval that means you're hot, your body is flawless and your modeling career is on an upward trajectory. That's so the case with Ville Kinos.    READ MORE »

The queers climb this weekend in Chattanooga

What involves harnesses, slings, ropes and cracks? Rock climbing of course. And the Georgia affiliate of Homo Climbtastic heads to the cliffs this weekend with plenty of equipment and queer climbers.    READ MORE »

Chorus homecoming keeps ‘Ga. On Our Minds’

The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus winds up a five-city tour of the state right back at home in Atlanta with three performances of their “Georgia On Our Minds” concert scheduled for Friday and Saturday.    READ MORE »

Support builds for gay Ga. teen over prom date

Support continues to grow for Derrick Martin, a Georgia teen who was kicked out of his home after a crush of media attention when he gained approval from his school to bring his boyfriend to the prom.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 23 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you’re a gay professional in need of networking, an alternaqueer into Britpop and Warhol, a youth paying “Rent,” a Barry Brandon fan, or a party hound, we have what you want and more.    READ MORE »

Thursday: The jeans of Allen Walker

Allen Walker looks as good with his jeans slung over his shoulder as he does wearing them on his muscled body. Lucky for us, we have both options.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Wednesday’s Top 11 eliminations

Another elimination night, another cheesy, over-dramatic opening montage as if “American Idol” is some kind of Bourne thriller. If only. At least Matt Damon can carry a tune.    READ MORE »

Ga. parents kick gay son out over prom flap

Despite support pouring in from around the country for a gay student in Cochran, Ga., planning to take a same-sex date to the prom, his parents have kicked him out of the house.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Cheat O’Meter: flirting vs. cheating

You see him at the bar or gym. You think, “I’d do him.” You’re fine. Beyond that, let this handy system help you and your boyfriend come to an agreement on what’s OK and what crosses the line.    READ MORE »

Actor, director attend ‘Watercolors’ screening

Actor Tye Olson had only been in Los Angeles four months when he learned that he had the lead role in the feature film “Watercolors,” which screens Wednesday as part of Out on Film.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 29 gay things to do in Atlanta today

So many special events that we don’t even have room to list the weekly repeats. Check out live performers, film screenings, and the start of Cotillion season. Don’t fret. The bars are a click away too.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’ Tuesday: Top 11 perform No. 1s

Miley Cyrus as a mentor? Really, “American Idol”? Not unless she’s mentoring in auto-tune, dancing on stripper poles, sexting and posing for disturbing photographs with her daddy.    READ MORE »

 
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Saturday: Crossfit competition goes shirtless

It's spring and a sports-minded sorta weekend, what with flag football, rugby and softball hitting the fields. To celebrate, we take a peek at a shirtless crossfit competition from Southern California.    READ MORE »

Gay hand holding rally on for Saturday in Atlanta

After a protest in your underwear, same-sex hand holding in Piedmont might be a little bit of a let down. But provocateur Laura Gentle is at it again and needs your gay hand holding self on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Trans documentarian puts her own life in lens

Kimberly Reed first envisioned her film “Prodigal Sons” as dealing with identity issues, but as the camera rolled, the journey veered down paths Reed never dreamt. The film opens in Atlanta Friday.    READ MORE »

Bucks recruit, scrum this weekend [photos]

That crunch you hear? It's a tell tale sign that the Atlanta Bucks Rugby Football Club is in the midst of its spring season. It's a distinct noise made by men wearing no pads colliding at high speeds.    READ MORE »

‘Runway’ recap: Fashion that’s fit to print

In a “Project Runway” first, Thursday’s episode asked the contestants to design their own textile for use in their runway looks. As usual, some contestants soared, some slipped by and others tanked.    READ MORE »

Community  |  Swag

Be our guest: Win tickets to Gay Men’s Chorus

VIPs don’t clamor for tickets. Let us treat you like the guest of honor that you are. Here’s your chance to attend one of the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus “Georgia On Our Minds” concerts.    READ MORE »

Atlanta chorus to host gay teen in prom flap

The gay Georgia teen who gained attention this week for pushing to bring his boyfriend to the prom only to be kicked out by his parents will be a guest at Friday's concert by the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus.    READ MORE »

Friday: 31 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you’re into the Gay Men’s Chorus, Jen Foster, Andy Warhol, Boris Kodjoe & Nicole Parker, or socializing with drag queens, dancers and bears, oh my! You have a lot of choices.    READ MORE »

Friday: The mysterious side of Ville Kinos

When Dylan Rosser points his lens at you, it's a stamp of approval that means you're hot, your body is flawless and your modeling career is on an upward trajectory. That's so the case with Ville Kinos.    READ MORE »

The queers climb this weekend in Chattanooga

What involves harnesses, slings, ropes and cracks? Rock climbing of course. And the Georgia affiliate of Homo Climbtastic heads to the cliffs this weekend with plenty of equipment and queer climbers.    READ MORE »

Chorus homecoming keeps ‘Ga. On Our Minds’

The Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus winds up a five-city tour of the state right back at home in Atlanta with three performances of their “Georgia On Our Minds” concert scheduled for Friday and Saturday.    READ MORE »

Support builds for gay Ga. teen over prom date

Support continues to grow for Derrick Martin, a Georgia teen who was kicked out of his home after a crush of media attention when he gained approval from his school to bring his boyfriend to the prom.    READ MORE »

Thursday: 23 gay things to do in Atlanta today

Whether you’re a gay professional in need of networking, an alternaqueer into Britpop and Warhol, a youth paying “Rent,” a Barry Brandon fan, or a party hound, we have what you want and more.    READ MORE »

Thursday: The jeans of Allen Walker

Allen Walker looks as good with his jeans slung over his shoulder as he does wearing them on his muscled body. Lucky for us, we have both options.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’: Wednesday’s Top 11 eliminations

Another elimination night, another cheesy, over-dramatic opening montage as if “American Idol” is some kind of Bourne thriller. If only. At least Matt Damon can carry a tune.    READ MORE »

Ga. parents kick gay son out over prom flap

Despite support pouring in from around the country for a gay student in Cochran, Ga., planning to take a same-sex date to the prom, his parents have kicked him out of the house.    READ MORE »

Need Wood? Cheat O’Meter: flirting vs. cheating

You see him at the bar or gym. You think, “I’d do him.” You’re fine. Beyond that, let this handy system help you and your boyfriend come to an agreement on what’s OK and what crosses the line.    READ MORE »

Actor, director attend ‘Watercolors’ screening

Actor Tye Olson had only been in Los Angeles four months when he learned that he had the lead role in the feature film “Watercolors,” which screens Wednesday as part of Out on Film.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 29 gay things to do in Atlanta today

So many special events that we don’t even have room to list the weekly repeats. Check out live performers, film screenings, and the start of Cotillion season. Don’t fret. The bars are a click away too.    READ MORE »

Project ‘Idol’ Tuesday: Top 11 perform No. 1s

Miley Cyrus as a mentor? Really, “American Idol”? Not unless she’s mentoring in auto-tune, dancing on stripper poles, sexting and posing for disturbing photographs with her daddy.    READ MORE »

 
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