All methed up: Is my friend back on drugs, or like, annoyingly perky?

All methed up: Is my friend back on drugs, or like, annoyingly perky?

Friends hid a meth addiction until they were found out. They're supposedly in recovery, but they're still all over the place. How can you be sure?    READ MORE »

Meet Fulton County’s first-ever transgender coordinator

Meet Fulton County’s first-ever transgender coordinator

The Fulton Board of Health took another step in fighting the county’s HIV epidemic by hiring its first transgender coordinator, who will also oversee career development workshops and work with local trans organizations.    READ MORE »

Mike Bloomberg hires gay Atlanta man to run Georgia campaign

Mike Bloomberg hires gay Atlanta man to run Georgia campaign

Democratic presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg opened his first Georgia office and launched his LGBTQ platform in Midtown earlier this month.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta rolls out the pink carpet on Valentine-themed events

Queer Atlanta rolls out the pink carpet on Valentine-themed events

Even if you call Feb. 14 Galentine's Day, Singles Awareness Day or Independence Day, there’s an LGBTQ event aiming its arrow at you.    READ MORE »

Check out Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s LGBTQ lineup

Check out Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s LGBTQ lineup

Starting Monday, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival opens its month of compelling LGBTQ-inclusive films, characters and themes of queer interest.    READ MORE »

Georgia business groups slam anti-LGBTQ adoption bill
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Georgia business groups slam anti-LGBTQ adoption bill

Two of the most influential business groups in Georgia said a bill that would allow adoption and foster care agencies to refuse to place children with LGBTQ couples “sanctions discrimination.”    READ MORE »

Georgia police agencies stumble in tracking anti-LGBTQ hate crimes

Georgia police agencies stumble in tracking anti-LGBTQ hate crimes

A gay couple said they were spit on and called homophobic slurs in a drive-through line at a Chick-fil-A in Buckhead, but the incident was one of several across metro Atlanta that went unreported to the FBI’s hate crime statistics program.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Southern Sole, Glamorous, the quintessential red carpet and Chunk. That's just the tip of Atlanta's Queer Agenda event calendar.    READ MORE »

Buttigieg leads Democrats in Georgia fundraising
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Buttigieg leads Democrats in Georgia fundraising

Pete Buttigieg led the Democratic presidential field in 2019 fundraising in Georgia with over $750,000, according to Georgia Public Broadcasting.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker introduces LGBTQ adoption, foster care ban

Georgia lawmaker introduces LGBTQ adoption, foster care ban

Sen. Marty Harbin filed a bill that would allow adoption and foster care agencies in Georgia to refuse to place children with LGBTQ couples.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ anchors, authors and the arts cross over in this week’s Q

LGBTQ anchors, authors and the arts cross over in this week’s Q

Pop stars, local legends and an Atlanta institution get the queer treatment, and Valentine events pop. It’s all about love in this issue of Q.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta packs Woofs for Super Bowl Sunday

LGBTQ Atlanta packs Woofs for Super Bowl Sunday

Queer Atlanta converged on its friendly neighborhood gay sports bar on Sunday to watch the Super Bowl festivities.    READ MORE »

Flag football jocks catch Super Bowl at Blake’s

Flag football jocks catch Super Bowl at Blake’s

The players of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta huddled up at Blake’s for their annual Super Bowl watch party on Sunday.    READ MORE »

HRC endorses ‘steadfast ally’ Lucy McBath in U.S. House race
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HRC endorses ‘steadfast ally’ Lucy McBath in U.S. House race

The Human Rights Campaign is backing “pro-equality champion” Lucy McBath in her rematch against Karen Handel in a U.S. House race in metro Atlanta.    READ MORE »

How you can help jump Georgia’s biggest hurdle at AIDS Watch 2020

How you can help jump Georgia’s biggest hurdle at AIDS Watch 2020

More than 30 states including Georgia criminalize HIV. This week, you're invited to join other advocates to do something about it.    READ MORE »

Super Bowl chili cookoff returns to Friends

Super Bowl chili cookoff returns to Friends

Friends on Ponce held its popular 16th Annual Chili Cookoff on Sunday followed by a big Super Bowl watch party.    READ MORE »

Nark debuts Make Out Party in Atlanta at Heretic

Nark debuts Make Out Party in Atlanta at Heretic

DJ Nark of Nark Magazine brought in local DJs, entertainers and go-go dancers for the first-ever Atlanta Make Out Party at the Heretic on Friday.    READ MORE »

Georgia knocked for lacking ‘basic equality’ for LGBTQ residents
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Georgia knocked for lacking ‘basic equality’ for LGBTQ residents

Georgia was one of 28 states that landed in the lowest-rated category of the Human Rights Campaign’s annual State Equality Index.    READ MORE »

‘Daddy’ not Dad: Sick of assumptions that I’m my boyfriend’s father

‘Daddy’ not Dad: Sick of assumptions that I’m my boyfriend’s father

Adding him to my life has been a blessing, but while I expected some people wouldn’t understand, I didn't predict the constant shaming.    READ MORE »

Gay city councilmember named mayor pro tem in Chamblee
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Gay city councilmember named mayor pro tem in Chamblee

The Chamblee City Council unanimously selected City Councilmember Brian Mock as mayor pro-tem, the second LGBTQ official to be picked for such a post in recent weeks.    READ MORE »

 
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All methed up: Is my friend back on drugs, or like, annoyingly perky?

All methed up: Is my friend back on drugs, or like, annoyingly perky?

Friends hid a meth addiction until they were found out. They're supposedly in recovery, but they're still all over the place. How can you be sure?    READ MORE »

Meet Fulton County’s first-ever transgender coordinator

Meet Fulton County’s first-ever transgender coordinator

The Fulton Board of Health took another step in fighting the county’s HIV epidemic by hiring its first transgender coordinator, who will also oversee career development workshops and work with local trans organizations.    READ MORE »

Mike Bloomberg hires gay Atlanta man to run Georgia campaign

Mike Bloomberg hires gay Atlanta man to run Georgia campaign

Democratic presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg opened his first Georgia office and launched his LGBTQ platform in Midtown earlier this month.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta rolls out the pink carpet on Valentine-themed events

Queer Atlanta rolls out the pink carpet on Valentine-themed events

Even if you call Feb. 14 Galentine's Day, Singles Awareness Day or Independence Day, there’s an LGBTQ event aiming its arrow at you.    READ MORE »

Check out Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s LGBTQ lineup

Check out Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s LGBTQ lineup

Starting Monday, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival opens its month of compelling LGBTQ-inclusive films, characters and themes of queer interest.    READ MORE »

Georgia business groups slam anti-LGBTQ adoption bill
News  |  Politics

Georgia business groups slam anti-LGBTQ adoption bill

Two of the most influential business groups in Georgia said a bill that would allow adoption and foster care agencies to refuse to place children with LGBTQ couples “sanctions discrimination.”    READ MORE »

Georgia police agencies stumble in tracking anti-LGBTQ hate crimes

Georgia police agencies stumble in tracking anti-LGBTQ hate crimes

A gay couple said they were spit on and called homophobic slurs in a drive-through line at a Chick-fil-A in Buckhead, but the incident was one of several across metro Atlanta that went unreported to the FBI’s hate crime statistics program.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Southern Sole, Glamorous, the quintessential red carpet and Chunk. That's just the tip of Atlanta's Queer Agenda event calendar.    READ MORE »

Buttigieg leads Democrats in Georgia fundraising
News  |  Politics

Buttigieg leads Democrats in Georgia fundraising

Pete Buttigieg led the Democratic presidential field in 2019 fundraising in Georgia with over $750,000, according to Georgia Public Broadcasting.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker introduces LGBTQ adoption, foster care ban

Georgia lawmaker introduces LGBTQ adoption, foster care ban

Sen. Marty Harbin filed a bill that would allow adoption and foster care agencies in Georgia to refuse to place children with LGBTQ couples.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ anchors, authors and the arts cross over in this week’s Q

LGBTQ anchors, authors and the arts cross over in this week’s Q

Pop stars, local legends and an Atlanta institution get the queer treatment, and Valentine events pop. It’s all about love in this issue of Q.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta packs Woofs for Super Bowl Sunday

LGBTQ Atlanta packs Woofs for Super Bowl Sunday

Queer Atlanta converged on its friendly neighborhood gay sports bar on Sunday to watch the Super Bowl festivities.    READ MORE »

Flag football jocks catch Super Bowl at Blake’s

Flag football jocks catch Super Bowl at Blake’s

The players of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta huddled up at Blake’s for their annual Super Bowl watch party on Sunday.    READ MORE »

HRC endorses ‘steadfast ally’ Lucy McBath in U.S. House race
News  |  Politics

HRC endorses ‘steadfast ally’ Lucy McBath in U.S. House race

The Human Rights Campaign is backing “pro-equality champion” Lucy McBath in her rematch against Karen Handel in a U.S. House race in metro Atlanta.    READ MORE »

How you can help jump Georgia’s biggest hurdle at AIDS Watch 2020

How you can help jump Georgia’s biggest hurdle at AIDS Watch 2020

More than 30 states including Georgia criminalize HIV. This week, you're invited to join other advocates to do something about it.    READ MORE »

Super Bowl chili cookoff returns to Friends

Super Bowl chili cookoff returns to Friends

Friends on Ponce held its popular 16th Annual Chili Cookoff on Sunday followed by a big Super Bowl watch party.    READ MORE »

Nark debuts Make Out Party in Atlanta at Heretic

Nark debuts Make Out Party in Atlanta at Heretic

DJ Nark of Nark Magazine brought in local DJs, entertainers and go-go dancers for the first-ever Atlanta Make Out Party at the Heretic on Friday.    READ MORE »

Georgia knocked for lacking ‘basic equality’ for LGBTQ residents
News  |  Politics

Georgia knocked for lacking ‘basic equality’ for LGBTQ residents

Georgia was one of 28 states that landed in the lowest-rated category of the Human Rights Campaign’s annual State Equality Index.    READ MORE »

‘Daddy’ not Dad: Sick of assumptions that I’m my boyfriend’s father

‘Daddy’ not Dad: Sick of assumptions that I’m my boyfriend’s father

Adding him to my life has been a blessing, but while I expected some people wouldn’t understand, I didn't predict the constant shaming.    READ MORE »

Gay city councilmember named mayor pro tem in Chamblee
News  |  Politics

Gay city councilmember named mayor pro tem in Chamblee

The Chamblee City Council unanimously selected City Councilmember Brian Mock as mayor pro-tem, the second LGBTQ official to be picked for such a post in recent weeks.    READ MORE »

 
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