Athens activist pushes for hate crimes law in state House bid
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Athens activist pushes for hate crimes law in state House bid

The founder of an Athens anti-discrimination group wants to unseat a Republican lawmaker who voted against an LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill.    READ MORE »

Doraville swears in first openly LGBTQ mayor
News  |  Politics

Doraville swears in first openly LGBTQ mayor

Former Doraville City Councilmember Joseph Geierman took the oath of office on Monday to become the city’s first-ever openly LGBTQ mayor.    READ MORE »

Former Fulton jailer says he was fired for being gay

Former Fulton jailer says he was fired for being gay

A former detention officer at the Fulton County Jail is suing the Fulton Sheriff’s Office, claiming he was fired for being gay and faced retaliation after reporting an anti-gay coworker.    READ MORE »

Dating your way through the Queer Law of Least Attraction

Dating your way through the Queer Law of Least Attraction

It can feel like there’s an unwritten law that the people we are attracted to are somehow the least likely to be the ones attracted to us, and vice versa.    READ MORE »

Man who robbed, threatened gay Atlanta activist arrested again

Man who robbed, threatened gay Atlanta activist arrested again

The man convicted of robbing an LGBTQ advocate at a 2017 march for transgender rights in Midtown was arrested again and now faces child molestation charges.    READ MORE »

Canton swears in first openly LGBTQ mayor

Canton swears in first openly LGBTQ mayor

Marketing firm owner Bill Grant (photo center) took the oath of office on Thursday, becoming Canton’s first-ever openly LGBTQ mayor.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s queer history comes to life in Georgia State exhibit

Atlanta’s queer history comes to life in Georgia State exhibit

Bar raids. AIDS. Pride. Protests, breakthroughs, venues, media coverage, drag shows, controversies, and well, just the LGBTQ Atlanta of it all.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta kicks off 2020 BJ Roosters-style

Queer Atlanta kicks off 2020 BJ Roosters-style

There were go-go boys aplenty on Tuesday as LGBTQ Atlanta headed to BJ Roosters to celebrate the new year.    READ MORE »

Heretic rings in queer new year with White Party

Heretic rings in queer new year with White Party

DJ Kidd Madonny came in from Miami to help LGBTQ Atlanta blast off into 2020 with a White Party at the Heretic.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta toasts to 2020 at Midtown Moon

Queer Atlanta toasts to 2020 at Midtown Moon

LGBTQ Atlanta rang in the new year on Tuesday with a night of drinks and drag at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Hangover hanging or finally rested, those calendar pages keep flipping, and we keep tripping, into another weekend packed with LGBTQ Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ musical mentor makes beautiful music with Atlanta youth
Q magazine  |  Q&A

LGBTQ musical mentor makes beautiful music with Atlanta youth

When Atlanta needs a music mentor to guide its youth, they go to Notes for Notes, where Jen Hodges offers free instruction and a recording studio.    READ MORE »

Gay business group founder, HIV activist Allen Jones dies

Gay business group founder, HIV activist Allen Jones dies

Allen Jones, the Atlanta Executive Network founder who friends hailed as an “unsung hero” of LGBTQ Atlanta, died on Sunday at the age of 82.    READ MORE »

Bye, в1тçн. 10 things queer Atlanta will not miss in the Roaring ‘20s

Bye, в1тçн. 10 things queer Atlanta will not miss in the Roaring ‘20s

Q's year-end series on queer things Atlanta will miss in the 2020s wraps up with things that we would actually be happy to never see again.    READ MORE »

Gay candidate sues Fulton elections chair over East Point ‘farce’
News  |  Politics

Gay candidate sues Fulton elections chair over East Point ‘farce’

A gay candidate for East Point City Council sued the chair of the Fulton County Elections Board and asked her to reveal the vote totals in the race.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ-owned Virgil’s damaged by kitchen fire

LGBTQ-owned Virgil’s damaged by kitchen fire

A small fire broke out at Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen & Bar late Saturday and caused the LGBTQ-owned restaurant to temporarily close.    READ MORE »

Hear You Roar: Queer Atlanta parties into the Roaring 20s

Hear You Roar: Queer Atlanta parties into the Roaring 20s

The LGBTQ-ATL leaves behind 2019 and enters 2020 with a busy New Year’s Eve slate of parties and performances packed with people.    READ MORE »

Gay civic activist, former lawmaker face off in state House race

Gay civic activist, former lawmaker face off in state House race

Former Atlanta City Councilmember Alex Wan and former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Evans will square off in the Democratic primary for House District 57 in Atlanta in May.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Call it New Year’s Eve pre-gaming. Three days of LGBTQ events in Atlanta to rev your engines for Tuesday. Check out Q’s NYE Queer Agenda, too.    READ MORE »

Q Atlanta enters a new decade and celebrates end of a queer year

Q Atlanta enters a new decade and celebrates end of a queer year

A new decade always brings with it a bit more anticipation. The opportunity and potential of a New Year seem somehow ten-fold if that year ends in zero.    READ MORE »

 
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Athens activist pushes for hate crimes law in state House bid
News  |  Politics

Athens activist pushes for hate crimes law in state House bid

The founder of an Athens anti-discrimination group wants to unseat a Republican lawmaker who voted against an LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill.    READ MORE »

Doraville swears in first openly LGBTQ mayor
News  |  Politics

Doraville swears in first openly LGBTQ mayor

Former Doraville City Councilmember Joseph Geierman took the oath of office on Monday to become the city’s first-ever openly LGBTQ mayor.    READ MORE »

Former Fulton jailer says he was fired for being gay

Former Fulton jailer says he was fired for being gay

A former detention officer at the Fulton County Jail is suing the Fulton Sheriff’s Office, claiming he was fired for being gay and faced retaliation after reporting an anti-gay coworker.    READ MORE »

Dating your way through the Queer Law of Least Attraction

Dating your way through the Queer Law of Least Attraction

It can feel like there’s an unwritten law that the people we are attracted to are somehow the least likely to be the ones attracted to us, and vice versa.    READ MORE »

Man who robbed, threatened gay Atlanta activist arrested again

Man who robbed, threatened gay Atlanta activist arrested again

The man convicted of robbing an LGBTQ advocate at a 2017 march for transgender rights in Midtown was arrested again and now faces child molestation charges.    READ MORE »

Canton swears in first openly LGBTQ mayor

Canton swears in first openly LGBTQ mayor

Marketing firm owner Bill Grant (photo center) took the oath of office on Thursday, becoming Canton’s first-ever openly LGBTQ mayor.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s queer history comes to life in Georgia State exhibit

Atlanta’s queer history comes to life in Georgia State exhibit

Bar raids. AIDS. Pride. Protests, breakthroughs, venues, media coverage, drag shows, controversies, and well, just the LGBTQ Atlanta of it all.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta kicks off 2020 BJ Roosters-style

Queer Atlanta kicks off 2020 BJ Roosters-style

There were go-go boys aplenty on Tuesday as LGBTQ Atlanta headed to BJ Roosters to celebrate the new year.    READ MORE »

Heretic rings in queer new year with White Party

Heretic rings in queer new year with White Party

DJ Kidd Madonny came in from Miami to help LGBTQ Atlanta blast off into 2020 with a White Party at the Heretic.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta toasts to 2020 at Midtown Moon

Queer Atlanta toasts to 2020 at Midtown Moon

LGBTQ Atlanta rang in the new year on Tuesday with a night of drinks and drag at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Hangover hanging or finally rested, those calendar pages keep flipping, and we keep tripping, into another weekend packed with LGBTQ Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ musical mentor makes beautiful music with Atlanta youth
Q magazine  |  Q&A

LGBTQ musical mentor makes beautiful music with Atlanta youth

When Atlanta needs a music mentor to guide its youth, they go to Notes for Notes, where Jen Hodges offers free instruction and a recording studio.    READ MORE »

Gay business group founder, HIV activist Allen Jones dies

Gay business group founder, HIV activist Allen Jones dies

Allen Jones, the Atlanta Executive Network founder who friends hailed as an “unsung hero” of LGBTQ Atlanta, died on Sunday at the age of 82.    READ MORE »

Bye, в1тçн. 10 things queer Atlanta will not miss in the Roaring ‘20s

Bye, в1тçн. 10 things queer Atlanta will not miss in the Roaring ‘20s

Q's year-end series on queer things Atlanta will miss in the 2020s wraps up with things that we would actually be happy to never see again.    READ MORE »

Gay candidate sues Fulton elections chair over East Point ‘farce’
News  |  Politics

Gay candidate sues Fulton elections chair over East Point ‘farce’

A gay candidate for East Point City Council sued the chair of the Fulton County Elections Board and asked her to reveal the vote totals in the race.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ-owned Virgil’s damaged by kitchen fire

LGBTQ-owned Virgil’s damaged by kitchen fire

A small fire broke out at Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen & Bar late Saturday and caused the LGBTQ-owned restaurant to temporarily close.    READ MORE »

Hear You Roar: Queer Atlanta parties into the Roaring 20s

Hear You Roar: Queer Atlanta parties into the Roaring 20s

The LGBTQ-ATL leaves behind 2019 and enters 2020 with a busy New Year’s Eve slate of parties and performances packed with people.    READ MORE »

Gay civic activist, former lawmaker face off in state House race

Gay civic activist, former lawmaker face off in state House race

Former Atlanta City Councilmember Alex Wan and former gubernatorial candidate Stacey Evans will square off in the Democratic primary for House District 57 in Atlanta in May.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Call it New Year’s Eve pre-gaming. Three days of LGBTQ events in Atlanta to rev your engines for Tuesday. Check out Q’s NYE Queer Agenda, too.    READ MORE »

Q Atlanta enters a new decade and celebrates end of a queer year

Q Atlanta enters a new decade and celebrates end of a queer year

A new decade always brings with it a bit more anticipation. The opportunity and potential of a New Year seem somehow ten-fold if that year ends in zero.    READ MORE »

 
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