Thursday: Who wants a pool party?

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Ga. chief justice ‘stumped’ on gay marriage

imageWhen it comes to strong marriages, Georgia Supreme Court Justice Leah Ward Sears stands firmly in support of them.

When it comes to same-sex marriage, the usually outspoken justice, who retires this month, can't quite find the right words. On Tuesday, a question about gay unions even stumped her -- this from a jurist once rumored to be under consideration for the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Instant Message: A teenager in trouble

imageContributing blogger Darian Aaron is an Alabama native who now calls Atlanta home. He’s the creator of Living Out Loud with Darian, a blog that offers his take on social, political and religious issues that impact the LGBT community.

I've received my share of criticism for calling for those who are closeted within the black gay community to come out and be more visible.

But the experience I recently had with a 17-year-old gay teenager who reached out to me via Facebook only reinforced the immediate need for their to be same gender loving role models and a safe space for those struggling to deal with their sexuality.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 11 gay things to do today

image Gay artist Paul Wolski continues his Alter Ego Pop Art Show at Art Station. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
YouthPride offers its free HIV testing (5 p.m.), Teen Forum (6:30 p.m.) and Young Adult Forum (6:30 p.m.).
The Decatur Women's Sports League launches its new bowling at Suburban Lanes. 6:30 p.m.
Join Front Runners Atlanta for its Wednesday run. 6:30 p.m.
Many Men, Many Voices Discussion Group with Deeper Love Project at AID Atlanta. 7 p.m.
Join Charis for the next installment of its Disability Activism Series. 7 p.m.
The gay musical "Zanna, Don't!" continues at Actor's Express. 8 p.m.
Try your hand with trivia at Woofs. 8 p.m.
Dip into the Honey Pot at Mary's. 8 p.m.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Shirtless showdown in the ring

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SoVo’s got a nifty new graphic

imageThe gay newshounds at Southern Voice debuted a cute new graphic on Tuesday to show that they get the gay news out there quick.

We're all for that. In fact, Project Q Atlanta launched last September with that very goal -- deliver news, events and happenings to our readers as quickly as possible and do so over the web and through social media outlets since that's where people in larger numbers want their information delivered. It's the shift that's killing newspapers across the country.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Action Cycling raises big bucks for HIV work

Even in a recession, AIDS Vaccine 200 beat its best. The annual 200-mile trek for HIV research last month attracted 85 riders and raised $167,603. See our photos.    READ MORE »

Your weekly peek inside David Atlanta

imageWe nearly missed providing our weekly look at David Atlanta. We're not sure how, since the magazine features a nearly bare-chested Charlie David, the actor who was in Atlanta last weekend for the screening of his "Mulligans" and to sign the book.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Gillette on how to manscape your junk



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On the books: Laws that hurt us all

imageJoshua Trey Barnett is the co-creator and editor of GayInAthens.com and the contributing blogger behind Dawg Days, a weekly update from Athens for Project Q Atlanta.

Moe’s Clothing Store is a fictional company and Larry a fictional worker. When Moe discovers that Larry is homosexual, he pulls a Donald Trump and says, “You’re fired."

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 12 gay things to do today

image Gay artist Paul Wolski's Alter Ego Pop Art Show continues at ART Station. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CHRIS Kids talks about its upcoming Premiere Party during an event at Gilbert's. 6 p.m.
YouthPride offers its free HIV testing (5 p.m.), Boy Talk (6:30 p.m.) and Womyn's Lounge (6:30 p.m.).
Try your hand at bingo at Woof's. 7 p.m.
Social Tuesdays returns to the W Atlanta - Downtown, but this time offering helicopter tours over the city. 7 p.m.
Open play with the Hotlanta Volleyball Association. 7:30 p.m.
Dive into the pool with the Atlanta Rainbow Trout for swimming and water polo. 7:30 p.m.
Karaoke with Kitty LeClaw at Blake's. 10 p.m.
Sing-a-long with Mary-oke at Mary's. 10 p.m.
Sophisticated Ladies of Atlanta Cabaret Show at Beleza. 10:30 p.m.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Oh, those Aussie ruggers

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Spring Fling raises funds for lesbian groups

imageRain didn't dampen the spirits of those who attended Spring Fling last month.

But the weather did dampen the hopes of organizers from the Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative and Fourth Tuesday, the now merged-groups that hosted the annual fundraiser. Their goals of attracting more than 200 people and raising more than $5,000 seemed to suffer as storms on May 17 impacted attendance.

More, including photos, after the jump.    READ MORE »

Crime is down in Atlanta. Seriously?

imageBlogger Matt Hennie is the founder and managing editor of Project Q Atlanta. He’s a longtime Atlanta resident who’s worked in journalism since his days as a Purple Paladin at Furman University in the early ‘90s.

Violent crime in Atlanta went down. And I say that with a straight face only because the statement comes with the stamp of approval from the FBI.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Seek and Find: Snooping in relationships

imageAlix B. Golden started her life as a Carolina Girl, but matured into a Georgia Peach. This freelancer dishes on sex, relationships and dating often revealing more than she should about her own life. Read more from her at A Brown Girl.

When you’re in a relationship, there is some kind of implied trust that entitles you to a certain amount of privacy. That means your mate doesn’t expect to have her pockets picked through, or her text messages checked. She doesn’t expect you to go through her friend’s list and ask who such and such is. She expects to be able to leave the house without you calling 15 times an hour asking what time she’ll be home.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Monday: Eight gay things to do today

image YouthPride offers up free HIV testing (5 p.m.), Empowered Men (6:30 p.m.) and Trans and Friends (6:30 p.m.)
Join Front Runners Atlanta for their Monday run. 7:15 p.m.
Play Texas Hold'em at Woofs. 7:30 p.m.
Take part in Faiths & Feminism Interfaith Book Circle at Charis. 7:30 p.m.
"The Sweetest Thing" is on tap for the Movie Mondays at Joe's. 8 p.m.
Stars of the Century takes the stage at Jungle. 10:30 p.m.

View the full event listings from the new, interactive Project Q Atlanta community calendar by clicking on the link in each event above. Within the community calendar, you can download events to your calendar, set up email and text reminders and be notified of any changes to event details. You can also submit your group's event to be included in the calendar.    READ MORE »

Monday: Big muscle goes to Broadway

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Erin Davies on what drives ‘Fagbug’

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Hotlanta Softball swings back into play

Warm weather and clear skies swept in Sunday as the Hotlanta Softball League returned to the fields after a few weeks off due to foul weather and Memorial Day Weekend. We caught fly photos.    READ MORE »

Getting started with pedaling for fitness

image Contributing blogger Troy Meyers is a certified personal trainer and sports conditioner with more than 10 years of experience. He owns Atlanta-based JockBoyLocker.com and contributes to the site’s Lockerroom Blog.

Thinking of trying cycling? Bicycle racing can provide an outlet for that competitive energy while providing a great focus for training, developing technical skills and a fun way to spend your free time.

More after the jump    READ MORE »

 
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Thursday: Who wants a pool party?

image    READ MORE »

Ga. chief justice ‘stumped’ on gay marriage

imageWhen it comes to strong marriages, Georgia Supreme Court Justice Leah Ward Sears stands firmly in support of them.

When it comes to same-sex marriage, the usually outspoken justice, who retires this month, can't quite find the right words. On Tuesday, a question about gay unions even stumped her -- this from a jurist once rumored to be under consideration for the U.S. Supreme Court.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Instant Message: A teenager in trouble

imageContributing blogger Darian Aaron is an Alabama native who now calls Atlanta home. He’s the creator of Living Out Loud with Darian, a blog that offers his take on social, political and religious issues that impact the LGBT community.

I've received my share of criticism for calling for those who are closeted within the black gay community to come out and be more visible.

But the experience I recently had with a 17-year-old gay teenager who reached out to me via Facebook only reinforced the immediate need for their to be same gender loving role models and a safe space for those struggling to deal with their sexuality.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: 11 gay things to do today

image Gay artist Paul Wolski continues his Alter Ego Pop Art Show at Art Station. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
YouthPride offers its free HIV testing (5 p.m.), Teen Forum (6:30 p.m.) and Young Adult Forum (6:30 p.m.).
The Decatur Women's Sports League launches its new bowling at Suburban Lanes. 6:30 p.m.
Join Front Runners Atlanta for its Wednesday run. 6:30 p.m.
Many Men, Many Voices Discussion Group with Deeper Love Project at AID Atlanta. 7 p.m.
Join Charis for the next installment of its Disability Activism Series. 7 p.m.
The gay musical "Zanna, Don't!" continues at Actor's Express. 8 p.m.
Try your hand with trivia at Woofs. 8 p.m.
Dip into the Honey Pot at Mary's. 8 p.m.    READ MORE »

Wednesday: Shirtless showdown in the ring

image    READ MORE »

SoVo’s got a nifty new graphic

imageThe gay newshounds at Southern Voice debuted a cute new graphic on Tuesday to show that they get the gay news out there quick.

We're all for that. In fact, Project Q Atlanta launched last September with that very goal -- deliver news, events and happenings to our readers as quickly as possible and do so over the web and through social media outlets since that's where people in larger numbers want their information delivered. It's the shift that's killing newspapers across the country.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Action Cycling raises big bucks for HIV work

Even in a recession, AIDS Vaccine 200 beat its best. The annual 200-mile trek for HIV research last month attracted 85 riders and raised $167,603. See our photos.    READ MORE »

Your weekly peek inside David Atlanta

imageWe nearly missed providing our weekly look at David Atlanta. We're not sure how, since the magazine features a nearly bare-chested Charlie David, the actor who was in Atlanta last weekend for the screening of his "Mulligans" and to sign the book.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Gillette on how to manscape your junk



   READ MORE »

On the books: Laws that hurt us all

imageJoshua Trey Barnett is the co-creator and editor of GayInAthens.com and the contributing blogger behind Dawg Days, a weekly update from Athens for Project Q Atlanta.

Moe’s Clothing Store is a fictional company and Larry a fictional worker. When Moe discovers that Larry is homosexual, he pulls a Donald Trump and says, “You’re fired."

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: 12 gay things to do today

image Gay artist Paul Wolski's Alter Ego Pop Art Show continues at ART Station. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CHRIS Kids talks about its upcoming Premiere Party during an event at Gilbert's. 6 p.m.
YouthPride offers its free HIV testing (5 p.m.), Boy Talk (6:30 p.m.) and Womyn's Lounge (6:30 p.m.).
Try your hand at bingo at Woof's. 7 p.m.
Social Tuesdays returns to the W Atlanta - Downtown, but this time offering helicopter tours over the city. 7 p.m.
Open play with the Hotlanta Volleyball Association. 7:30 p.m.
Dive into the pool with the Atlanta Rainbow Trout for swimming and water polo. 7:30 p.m.
Karaoke with Kitty LeClaw at Blake's. 10 p.m.
Sing-a-long with Mary-oke at Mary's. 10 p.m.
Sophisticated Ladies of Atlanta Cabaret Show at Beleza. 10:30 p.m.    READ MORE »

Tuesday: Oh, those Aussie ruggers

image    READ MORE »

Spring Fling raises funds for lesbian groups

imageRain didn't dampen the spirits of those who attended Spring Fling last month.

But the weather did dampen the hopes of organizers from the Atlanta Lesbian Health Initiative and Fourth Tuesday, the now merged-groups that hosted the annual fundraiser. Their goals of attracting more than 200 people and raising more than $5,000 seemed to suffer as storms on May 17 impacted attendance.

More, including photos, after the jump.    READ MORE »

Crime is down in Atlanta. Seriously?

imageBlogger Matt Hennie is the founder and managing editor of Project Q Atlanta. He’s a longtime Atlanta resident who’s worked in journalism since his days as a Purple Paladin at Furman University in the early ‘90s.

Violent crime in Atlanta went down. And I say that with a straight face only because the statement comes with the stamp of approval from the FBI.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Seek and Find: Snooping in relationships

imageAlix B. Golden started her life as a Carolina Girl, but matured into a Georgia Peach. This freelancer dishes on sex, relationships and dating often revealing more than she should about her own life. Read more from her at A Brown Girl.

When you’re in a relationship, there is some kind of implied trust that entitles you to a certain amount of privacy. That means your mate doesn’t expect to have her pockets picked through, or her text messages checked. She doesn’t expect you to go through her friend’s list and ask who such and such is. She expects to be able to leave the house without you calling 15 times an hour asking what time she’ll be home.

More after the jump.    READ MORE »

Monday: Eight gay things to do today

image YouthPride offers up free HIV testing (5 p.m.), Empowered Men (6:30 p.m.) and Trans and Friends (6:30 p.m.)
Join Front Runners Atlanta for their Monday run. 7:15 p.m.
Play Texas Hold'em at Woofs. 7:30 p.m.
Take part in Faiths & Feminism Interfaith Book Circle at Charis. 7:30 p.m.
"The Sweetest Thing" is on tap for the Movie Mondays at Joe's. 8 p.m.
Stars of the Century takes the stage at Jungle. 10:30 p.m.

View the full event listings from the new, interactive Project Q Atlanta community calendar by clicking on the link in each event above. Within the community calendar, you can download events to your calendar, set up email and text reminders and be notified of any changes to event details. You can also submit your group's event to be included in the calendar.    READ MORE »

Monday: Big muscle goes to Broadway

image    READ MORE »

Erin Davies on what drives ‘Fagbug’

   READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball swings back into play

Warm weather and clear skies swept in Sunday as the Hotlanta Softball League returned to the fields after a few weeks off due to foul weather and Memorial Day Weekend. We caught fly photos.    READ MORE »

Getting started with pedaling for fitness

image Contributing blogger Troy Meyers is a certified personal trainer and sports conditioner with more than 10 years of experience. He owns Atlanta-based JockBoyLocker.com and contributes to the site’s Lockerroom Blog.

Thinking of trying cycling? Bicycle racing can provide an outlet for that competitive energy while providing a great focus for training, developing technical skills and a fun way to spend your free time.

More after the jump    READ MORE »

 
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