ATL organizers step up World AIDS Day events

World AIDS Day commemorations may be nearing 25 years, but Tuesday’s Atlanta events show up in an unprecedented number that attack the pandemic from all sides.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics  |  Community

Wan makes closing pitch to LGBT supporters

Alex Wan made his closing argument to about three-dozen LGBT voters and supporters on Sunday, two days before his Atlanta City Council runoff with Liz Coyle.    READ MORE »

The gay case for Mary Norwood as ATL mayor

"Just like Mary has always been there for me, she’s always been there for all of us–working for our dignity, our families, our neighborhoods and our equality. I know as mayor, she’ll continue this fight."    READ MORE »

Monday: 19 gay things to do today

Don’t let a rainy day or Monday get you down. ATL's Gay Agenda invites you to hit the town for “Another Gay Movie” and bar nights, or settle in with “Same Gender Loving Expressions” radio.    READ MORE »

Monday: Marcus Hedbrandh loves his music

Roam the streets of Amsterdam and you might come across the likes of Marcus Hedbrandh. That's where the 24-year-old model was first discovered and now we get to enjoy all that is him.    READ MORE »

Can you be too gay for online cruise sites?

What if you’re too effeminate or too Goth and you know most guys aren’t into that? Here’s how to, ahem, massage the truth without actually lying. Tell the truth. But tell it well.    READ MORE »

The gay case for Kasim Reed as next ATL mayor

"Reed's failure to support full marriage equality is disappointing... but far more disappointing ... have been the efforts by many within our community to portray Reed as an obstacle to gay equality."    READ MORE »

All the single ladies: eligible Hollywood lesbians

With the popularity of our Morning Fix of flesh for guys, it’s high time we do our female readers a solid with this batch of eye candy featuring single women making gay inroads in Tinsel Town.    READ MORE »

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Candidates tweeting their way to Election Day

Surely by now, you know there's an election to be had on Tuesday. There are a handful of races on the ballot for the runoff and in most every case, the gays seem to be front and center.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 27 gay things to do today

If you’re reading this, you’re not in church—yet. Check out LGBT-affirming services, plus places to brunch, support gay runoff candidates, see a show, and nightlife to end your long weekend in style.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Stefan Apostolov sizzles in South Beach

In our continuing pursuit of Morning Fix candidates, we've discovered the work of photographer Michael Anthony Downs and his site MASCU. And with that, there's Stefan Apostolov. Twice, in fact.    READ MORE »

News  |  Crime  |  Eagle Raid

D’oh! Top cop brags; city sees another shooting

As if almost on cue, a party-goer at a Midtown club was shot overnight as Chief Richard Pennington tries to convince us that we're better off after his seven-year tenure at the Atlanta Police Department.    READ MORE »

Worship services added to Project Q Gay Agenda

The latest additions to our ever-expanding community calendar are 17 more gay-affirming religious congregations. Need a church, Shabbat or other religious service in metro Atlanta? Look no further.    READ MORE »

Trio of lawmakers backs Simone Bell’s campaign

Some of the same female state lawmakers Simone Bell hopes to work with under the Gold Dome came out this week backing her campaign in the Dec. 1 runoff.    READ MORE »

Thanks to Project Q’s LGBT savvy supporters

Thanks to this week's advertisers, partners and sponsors for helping make it possible for us to bring you the latest LGBT news, buzz and events from across metro Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 19 gay things to do today

Long weekends rock. Instead of “It’s finally Saturday,” you can say “It’s only Saturday.” The Gay-TL brings you the Holiday trolley by day, Backstreet Reunion by night, and so much more.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Hugo makes a splash in Miami

Hugo's such a nice guy that he says modeling is about the hard work of the photographer and not the model. Um, take a look at this Brazilian transplant and you decide.    READ MORE »

Nip, tuck your way through Renaissance Pageant

Spend an evening with drag queens during a competition and there's no telling what you might see. Nip, tuck, tape and shape. It's all captured in a photo gallery from the 9th Annual Renaissance Pageant.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Did Anne Fauver just endorse Mary Norwood?

Anne Fauver represents the district Mary Norwood might just need to put her in the mayor's office. And it appears the lesbian city council member is letting it be known who she supports in the Dec. 1 runoff.    READ MORE »

Holly Jolly Trolley: holiday tour helps Armorettes

Call it the modern version of a sleigh ride. Gay businessman J.R. St. Jean decks his thriving Atlanta Trolley Tour Line (top photo) in seasonal spirit and offers proceeds to pediatric AIDS.    READ MORE »

 
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ATL organizers step up World AIDS Day events

World AIDS Day commemorations may be nearing 25 years, but Tuesday’s Atlanta events show up in an unprecedented number that attack the pandemic from all sides.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics  |  Community

Wan makes closing pitch to LGBT supporters

Alex Wan made his closing argument to about three-dozen LGBT voters and supporters on Sunday, two days before his Atlanta City Council runoff with Liz Coyle.    READ MORE »

The gay case for Mary Norwood as ATL mayor

"Just like Mary has always been there for me, she’s always been there for all of us–working for our dignity, our families, our neighborhoods and our equality. I know as mayor, she’ll continue this fight."    READ MORE »

Monday: 19 gay things to do today

Don’t let a rainy day or Monday get you down. ATL's Gay Agenda invites you to hit the town for “Another Gay Movie” and bar nights, or settle in with “Same Gender Loving Expressions” radio.    READ MORE »

Monday: Marcus Hedbrandh loves his music

Roam the streets of Amsterdam and you might come across the likes of Marcus Hedbrandh. That's where the 24-year-old model was first discovered and now we get to enjoy all that is him.    READ MORE »

Can you be too gay for online cruise sites?

What if you’re too effeminate or too Goth and you know most guys aren’t into that? Here’s how to, ahem, massage the truth without actually lying. Tell the truth. But tell it well.    READ MORE »

The gay case for Kasim Reed as next ATL mayor

"Reed's failure to support full marriage equality is disappointing... but far more disappointing ... have been the efforts by many within our community to portray Reed as an obstacle to gay equality."    READ MORE »

All the single ladies: eligible Hollywood lesbians

With the popularity of our Morning Fix of flesh for guys, it’s high time we do our female readers a solid with this batch of eye candy featuring single women making gay inroads in Tinsel Town.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Candidates tweeting their way to Election Day

Surely by now, you know there's an election to be had on Tuesday. There are a handful of races on the ballot for the runoff and in most every case, the gays seem to be front and center.    READ MORE »

Sunday: 27 gay things to do today

If you’re reading this, you’re not in church—yet. Check out LGBT-affirming services, plus places to brunch, support gay runoff candidates, see a show, and nightlife to end your long weekend in style.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Stefan Apostolov sizzles in South Beach

In our continuing pursuit of Morning Fix candidates, we've discovered the work of photographer Michael Anthony Downs and his site MASCU. And with that, there's Stefan Apostolov. Twice, in fact.    READ MORE »

News  |  Crime  |  Eagle Raid

D’oh! Top cop brags; city sees another shooting

As if almost on cue, a party-goer at a Midtown club was shot overnight as Chief Richard Pennington tries to convince us that we're better off after his seven-year tenure at the Atlanta Police Department.    READ MORE »

Worship services added to Project Q Gay Agenda

The latest additions to our ever-expanding community calendar are 17 more gay-affirming religious congregations. Need a church, Shabbat or other religious service in metro Atlanta? Look no further.    READ MORE »

Trio of lawmakers backs Simone Bell’s campaign

Some of the same female state lawmakers Simone Bell hopes to work with under the Gold Dome came out this week backing her campaign in the Dec. 1 runoff.    READ MORE »

Thanks to Project Q’s LGBT savvy supporters

Thanks to this week's advertisers, partners and sponsors for helping make it possible for us to bring you the latest LGBT news, buzz and events from across metro Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Saturday: 19 gay things to do today

Long weekends rock. Instead of “It’s finally Saturday,” you can say “It’s only Saturday.” The Gay-TL brings you the Holiday trolley by day, Backstreet Reunion by night, and so much more.    READ MORE »

Saturday: Hugo makes a splash in Miami

Hugo's such a nice guy that he says modeling is about the hard work of the photographer and not the model. Um, take a look at this Brazilian transplant and you decide.    READ MORE »

Nip, tuck your way through Renaissance Pageant

Spend an evening with drag queens during a competition and there's no telling what you might see. Nip, tuck, tape and shape. It's all captured in a photo gallery from the 9th Annual Renaissance Pageant.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Did Anne Fauver just endorse Mary Norwood?

Anne Fauver represents the district Mary Norwood might just need to put her in the mayor's office. And it appears the lesbian city council member is letting it be known who she supports in the Dec. 1 runoff.    READ MORE »

Holly Jolly Trolley: holiday tour helps Armorettes

Call it the modern version of a sleigh ride. Gay businessman J.R. St. Jean decks his thriving Atlanta Trolley Tour Line (top photo) in seasonal spirit and offers proceeds to pediatric AIDS.    READ MORE »

 
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