LGBTQ-ATL dance instructors do a body, and a community, proud

LGBTQ-ATL dance instructors do a body, and a community, proud

Ballet. Contemporary. Ballroom. Vogue. Flamenco. The world of dance cuts to the core of diversity in Atlanta, and five instructors show Q how it’s done.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta comes out in force for Stonewall March

Queer Atlanta comes out in force for Stonewall March

Hundreds of queer Atlantans donned their gay apparel and took to the streets of Midtown on Sunday for the first Stonewall March.    READ MORE »

A gay man’s internal struggle between dependence and independence

A gay man’s internal struggle between dependence and independence

"I frequently find myself struggling between wanting my independence and wanting dependence too. It is my belief that we need a healthy balance of both."    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The LGBTQ-ATL keeps queer cool in the heat with an annual fest, a birthday bash, and more shows, soirees and specials than you can shake a stick at.    READ MORE »

Atlanta United’s queer fan group scores at Unity Night
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Atlanta United’s queer fan group scores at Unity Night

LGBTQ Atlanta United fans got prepped for the Unity Night match with music, drinks and tasty food at a tailgate in the Gulch on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Southern Fried Queer Pride spills the tea in Southwest Atlanta
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Southern Fried Queer Pride spills the tea in Southwest Atlanta

Atlanta’s longest running queer variety show was back on Saturday as part of the 5th Annual Southern Fried Queer Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Swinging Richards adding female dancers to daytime lineup

Swinging Richards adding female dancers to daytime lineup

Swinging Richards will add day shifts featuring female dancers to help boost revenue as it undergoes bankruptcy proceedings.    READ MORE »

Do the queer Atlanta Indepen-Dance in Q’s July 4 issue

Do the queer Atlanta Indepen-Dance in Q’s July 4 issue

July drops with a beat. The holiday weekend, the movement toward full equality, as well as literal movement itself, are on the Q magazine dance card this week.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor honors LGBTQ artists at City Hall

Atlanta mayor honors LGBTQ artists at City Hall

Some 20 LGBTQ artists were picked to have their work hang outside Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ office through the summer.    READ MORE »

Bada Bings restaurant fires homophobic tweets at GOP lawmaker

Bada Bings restaurant fires homophobic tweets at GOP lawmaker

Atlanta restaurant Bada Bings targeted a Republican state lawmaker it has political differences with by questioning his sexuality and calling him gay in social media posts.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gay bars to ban smoking, vaping indoors

Atlanta gay bars to ban smoking, vaping indoors

Several gay bars will be affected by the Atlanta City Council's vote to enact a broad ban on smoking and vaping in bars, restaurants and other public places.    READ MORE »

Atlanta drag queens square off at Dragnificent auditions

Atlanta drag queens square off at Dragnificent auditions

The queens came out to Heretic for auditions, the results are in and the largest cast ever for Dragnificent has been announced.    READ MORE »

LGBTQs pack Blake’s for White Party

LGBTQs pack Blake’s for White Party

Queer Atlantans of all types dressed in white and headed for Blake’s for a shot at winning tickets to an upcoming J.Lo concert.    READ MORE »

Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X comes out: ‘Thought I made it obvious’

Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X comes out: ‘Thought I made it obvious’

'Old Town Road' rapper Lil Nas X continued a breakout year by coming out on Twitter on the final day of Stonewall Month.    READ MORE »

Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

The distance and anonymity of urban life make it easier to dehumanize each other in every situation, but it hurts even more when it's part of dating.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride salutes parade grand marshals in Buckhead
photos  |  Pride

Atlanta Pride salutes parade grand marshals in Buckhead

The Atlanta Pride Committee toasted the 12 activists, faith leaders, artists and organizations it picked to lead this year’s Pride parade as grand marshals.    READ MORE »

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

At least four in 10 residents in the four Georgia counties with the highest rates of HIV have never been tested, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.    READ MORE »

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend
Q magazine  |  Q&A

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend

Ky Krebs came up and out in the South, and it informs who he is as a comic. In his Atlanta debut, he brings Q mag a mix of tea, shade and laughs.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Proud LGBTQ Atlantans will mark the final day of Stonewall Month by filling the streets of Midtown for the first Stonewall March.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

The head of a housing organization claims that an act of retaliation by the City of Atlanta has left some 250 city residents living with HIV on the verge of losing their homes.    READ MORE »

 
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LGBTQ-ATL dance instructors do a body, and a community, proud

LGBTQ-ATL dance instructors do a body, and a community, proud

Ballet. Contemporary. Ballroom. Vogue. Flamenco. The world of dance cuts to the core of diversity in Atlanta, and five instructors show Q how it’s done.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta comes out in force for Stonewall March

Queer Atlanta comes out in force for Stonewall March

Hundreds of queer Atlantans donned their gay apparel and took to the streets of Midtown on Sunday for the first Stonewall March.    READ MORE »

A gay man’s internal struggle between dependence and independence

A gay man’s internal struggle between dependence and independence

"I frequently find myself struggling between wanting my independence and wanting dependence too. It is my belief that we need a healthy balance of both."    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The LGBTQ-ATL keeps queer cool in the heat with an annual fest, a birthday bash, and more shows, soirees and specials than you can shake a stick at.    READ MORE »

Atlanta United’s queer fan group scores at Unity Night
photos  |  Sports

Atlanta United’s queer fan group scores at Unity Night

LGBTQ Atlanta United fans got prepped for the Unity Night match with music, drinks and tasty food at a tailgate in the Gulch on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Southern Fried Queer Pride spills the tea in Southwest Atlanta
photos  |  Pride

Southern Fried Queer Pride spills the tea in Southwest Atlanta

Atlanta’s longest running queer variety show was back on Saturday as part of the 5th Annual Southern Fried Queer Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Swinging Richards adding female dancers to daytime lineup

Swinging Richards adding female dancers to daytime lineup

Swinging Richards will add day shifts featuring female dancers to help boost revenue as it undergoes bankruptcy proceedings.    READ MORE »

Do the queer Atlanta Indepen-Dance in Q’s July 4 issue

Do the queer Atlanta Indepen-Dance in Q’s July 4 issue

July drops with a beat. The holiday weekend, the movement toward full equality, as well as literal movement itself, are on the Q magazine dance card this week.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor honors LGBTQ artists at City Hall

Atlanta mayor honors LGBTQ artists at City Hall

Some 20 LGBTQ artists were picked to have their work hang outside Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ office through the summer.    READ MORE »

Bada Bings restaurant fires homophobic tweets at GOP lawmaker

Bada Bings restaurant fires homophobic tweets at GOP lawmaker

Atlanta restaurant Bada Bings targeted a Republican state lawmaker it has political differences with by questioning his sexuality and calling him gay in social media posts.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gay bars to ban smoking, vaping indoors

Atlanta gay bars to ban smoking, vaping indoors

Several gay bars will be affected by the Atlanta City Council's vote to enact a broad ban on smoking and vaping in bars, restaurants and other public places.    READ MORE »

Atlanta drag queens square off at Dragnificent auditions

Atlanta drag queens square off at Dragnificent auditions

The queens came out to Heretic for auditions, the results are in and the largest cast ever for Dragnificent has been announced.    READ MORE »

LGBTQs pack Blake’s for White Party

LGBTQs pack Blake’s for White Party

Queer Atlantans of all types dressed in white and headed for Blake’s for a shot at winning tickets to an upcoming J.Lo concert.    READ MORE »

Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X comes out: ‘Thought I made it obvious’

Atlanta rapper Lil Nas X comes out: ‘Thought I made it obvious’

'Old Town Road' rapper Lil Nas X continued a breakout year by coming out on Twitter on the final day of Stonewall Month.    READ MORE »

Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

The distance and anonymity of urban life make it easier to dehumanize each other in every situation, but it hurts even more when it's part of dating.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride salutes parade grand marshals in Buckhead
photos  |  Pride

Atlanta Pride salutes parade grand marshals in Buckhead

The Atlanta Pride Committee toasted the 12 activists, faith leaders, artists and organizations it picked to lead this year’s Pride parade as grand marshals.    READ MORE »

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

At least four in 10 residents in the four Georgia counties with the highest rates of HIV have never been tested, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.    READ MORE »

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend
Q magazine  |  Q&A

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend

Ky Krebs came up and out in the South, and it informs who he is as a comic. In his Atlanta debut, he brings Q mag a mix of tea, shade and laughs.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Proud LGBTQ Atlantans will mark the final day of Stonewall Month by filling the streets of Midtown for the first Stonewall March.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

The head of a housing organization claims that an act of retaliation by the City of Atlanta has left some 250 city residents living with HIV on the verge of losing their homes.    READ MORE »

 
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