Pride  |  Sports

Those sporty gays love a good Pride parade

Oh, how we love those sporty gays. You know the ones–they cycle, play rugby, splash around a pool and camp in the outdoors. They are so sporty and proud that they marched in the Atlanta Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 23 gay things to do today

LGBT Atlanta gets you over the Hump Day and through the rest of the week. Community gatherings, arts & culture events, bar nights and parties make sure your workweek is all downhill from here.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: A pouty Joffrey Vannier

Photographer Greg Vaughn shows us some French love with his images of Joffrey Vannier. He's an athlete, actor and model, not that any of that matters. He's got a pouty sexy look and that's what we like.    READ MORE »

Dykes on bikes roar through Pride parade

Dykes on bikes–the motorcycle variety–and a few men, too, provided the traditional start to the Pride Parade Nov. 1. They roared through Midtown with police choppers and even a scooter or two.    READ MORE »

Ellen and Oprah: Daytime Divas’ publicity coup

What a difference 12 years makes. That’s how long it took Ellen DeGeneres to go from network TV’s lesbian non-grata to sharing Oprah’s magazine cover. Of course, Oprah still wins.    READ MORE »

Playgirl’s gay savior hasn’t seen Levi’s johnson

It's questionable whether a gay sex-party planner can shoot Palin’s grandbaby daddy nude and save Playgirl, but Daniel Nardicio does have one answer: he’d do Levi even if his penis is small.    READ MORE »

Chamblee’s gays find champion in straight pol

Mark Wedge scored a big win in Chamblee Nov. 3–well, he did run unopposed–and now the married father of two Dachshunds will champion an anti-bias ordinance in the DeKalb municipality.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Wan distances campaign from new endorsement

UPDATED | 1:41 p.m. Alex Wan, with two key endorsements already in hand since he topped the field in the District 6 race last week, is putting some distance between him and a third public backing.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Chris Campanioni is a mouthful

Chris Campanioni can pack a swimsuit with the best of them. Check for yourself. It takes just a few seconds with Google to flood your screen with images of the sexy 24-year-old Manhattan model.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 20 gay things to do today

Hurricane Ida’s making herself known, but Tuesday’s not all wet. Comic Eddie Sarfaty, the Hidden Cameras (photo), a new gay singles group, and Big Gay Supper Club make sure it’s not a total wash-out.    READ MORE »

Who’s got a sweet tooth for Positive Impact?

Supporters of Positive Impact took their sweet tooth to Castleberry Hill Saturday for the 16th rendition of Parties With Impact, a popular dessert reception that raises funds for the HIV non-profit.    READ MORE »

Eddie Sarfaty here to make ATL laugh twice

We like astute. We love acerbic. We adore sexy. So it’s little wonder that the Tuesday stand-up act and Wednesday book signing by comic Eddie Sarfaty have us on the edge of our seats.    READ MORE »

Buckhead business group backs Alex Wan

Alex Wan, showing he's tapped into a base larger than just the gay residents of District 6, received the backing of an influential Buckhead business group to help fuel his runoff with Liz Coyle.    READ MORE »

It’s Jonathan, Miss Jaxson if you’re nasty

Our love-hate relationship with self-important gay PR flak Jonathan Jaxson is a complicated affair. We hate seeing him craving for attention, but love mocking him at every twist and turn.    READ MORE »

Monday: Pretty boy Parker

We know this about Parker Gregory: The Houston native has modeled for some of the clothes we like and looks even better when he's paired up with other guys we like. His bum's not bad, either.    READ MORE »

Monday: 17 gay things to do today

Just another manic Monday? Don’t sweat it. As the day settles down, LGBT Atlanta peps up with plenty to ease your mind. “Connie and Carla” and other remedies are among our Monday favorites.    READ MORE »

Santino Rice, from ‘Runway’ to zombie porn

“Project Runway’s" Santino made an impression with bizarre fashions and an impression of Tim Gunn, but filed under “way more disturbing” is his cameo in a new one on us: gay zombie porn.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Channing Tatum is back—with no shirt

When Channing Tatum isn't working on his big guns or posing for GQ, he makes movies. Not very good ones, mind you, but who notices when he strips off the clothes. And he's doing it again in "Dear John."    READ MORE »

Sunday: 17 gay things to do today

Wish it was Sunday; that’s my fun day. Wait, it is! Plenty for you and your friends, from brunch and matinees to the wrap-ups of the Queer Lit Fest and Charis’ birthday, plus festivities into the night.    READ MORE »

You know you like ‘Tardy for the Party’

We love a good drag queen diva and that's why we can't stop talking about Kim Zolciak from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." The season ended Thursday, but it's like the gift that keeps giving.    READ MORE »

 
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Pride  |  Sports

Those sporty gays love a good Pride parade

Oh, how we love those sporty gays. You know the ones–they cycle, play rugby, splash around a pool and camp in the outdoors. They are so sporty and proud that they marched in the Atlanta Pride Parade.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 23 gay things to do today

LGBT Atlanta gets you over the Hump Day and through the rest of the week. Community gatherings, arts & culture events, bar nights and parties make sure your workweek is all downhill from here.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: A pouty Joffrey Vannier

Photographer Greg Vaughn shows us some French love with his images of Joffrey Vannier. He's an athlete, actor and model, not that any of that matters. He's got a pouty sexy look and that's what we like.    READ MORE »

Dykes on bikes roar through Pride parade

Dykes on bikes–the motorcycle variety–and a few men, too, provided the traditional start to the Pride Parade Nov. 1. They roared through Midtown with police choppers and even a scooter or two.    READ MORE »

Ellen and Oprah: Daytime Divas’ publicity coup

What a difference 12 years makes. That’s how long it took Ellen DeGeneres to go from network TV’s lesbian non-grata to sharing Oprah’s magazine cover. Of course, Oprah still wins.    READ MORE »

Playgirl’s gay savior hasn’t seen Levi’s johnson

It's questionable whether a gay sex-party planner can shoot Palin’s grandbaby daddy nude and save Playgirl, but Daniel Nardicio does have one answer: he’d do Levi even if his penis is small.    READ MORE »

Chamblee’s gays find champion in straight pol

Mark Wedge scored a big win in Chamblee Nov. 3–well, he did run unopposed–and now the married father of two Dachshunds will champion an anti-bias ordinance in the DeKalb municipality.    READ MORE »

News  |  Politics

Wan distances campaign from new endorsement

UPDATED | 1:41 p.m. Alex Wan, with two key endorsements already in hand since he topped the field in the District 6 race last week, is putting some distance between him and a third public backing.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Chris Campanioni is a mouthful

Chris Campanioni can pack a swimsuit with the best of them. Check for yourself. It takes just a few seconds with Google to flood your screen with images of the sexy 24-year-old Manhattan model.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 20 gay things to do today

Hurricane Ida’s making herself known, but Tuesday’s not all wet. Comic Eddie Sarfaty, the Hidden Cameras (photo), a new gay singles group, and Big Gay Supper Club make sure it’s not a total wash-out.    READ MORE »

Who’s got a sweet tooth for Positive Impact?

Supporters of Positive Impact took their sweet tooth to Castleberry Hill Saturday for the 16th rendition of Parties With Impact, a popular dessert reception that raises funds for the HIV non-profit.    READ MORE »

Eddie Sarfaty here to make ATL laugh twice

We like astute. We love acerbic. We adore sexy. So it’s little wonder that the Tuesday stand-up act and Wednesday book signing by comic Eddie Sarfaty have us on the edge of our seats.    READ MORE »

Buckhead business group backs Alex Wan

Alex Wan, showing he's tapped into a base larger than just the gay residents of District 6, received the backing of an influential Buckhead business group to help fuel his runoff with Liz Coyle.    READ MORE »

It’s Jonathan, Miss Jaxson if you’re nasty

Our love-hate relationship with self-important gay PR flak Jonathan Jaxson is a complicated affair. We hate seeing him craving for attention, but love mocking him at every twist and turn.    READ MORE »

Monday: Pretty boy Parker

We know this about Parker Gregory: The Houston native has modeled for some of the clothes we like and looks even better when he's paired up with other guys we like. His bum's not bad, either.    READ MORE »

Monday: 17 gay things to do today

Just another manic Monday? Don’t sweat it. As the day settles down, LGBT Atlanta peps up with plenty to ease your mind. “Connie and Carla” and other remedies are among our Monday favorites.    READ MORE »

Santino Rice, from ‘Runway’ to zombie porn

“Project Runway’s" Santino made an impression with bizarre fashions and an impression of Tim Gunn, but filed under “way more disturbing” is his cameo in a new one on us: gay zombie porn.    READ MORE »

Sunday: Channing Tatum is back—with no shirt

When Channing Tatum isn't working on his big guns or posing for GQ, he makes movies. Not very good ones, mind you, but who notices when he strips off the clothes. And he's doing it again in "Dear John."    READ MORE »

Sunday: 17 gay things to do today

Wish it was Sunday; that’s my fun day. Wait, it is! Plenty for you and your friends, from brunch and matinees to the wrap-ups of the Queer Lit Fest and Charis’ birthday, plus festivities into the night.    READ MORE »

You know you like ‘Tardy for the Party’

We love a good drag queen diva and that's why we can't stop talking about Kim Zolciak from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." The season ended Thursday, but it's like the gift that keeps giving.    READ MORE »

 
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