Artist Maite Nazario debuts Beltline murals on queer love, HIV
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Artist Maite Nazario debuts Beltline murals on queer love, HIV

Maite Nazario is queering the Beltline. At just 19 years old, she has already made her mark on Atlanta’s art scene by celebrating queer and trans people of color in the form of a mural.    READ MORE »

Toxic 101: 16 signs that your relationship is abusive

Toxic 101: 16 signs that your relationship is abusive

"We’ve both lashed out unfairly, even cruelly, at each other. We aim to wound instead of heal. When I’m not afraid of my partner flying off the handle, I’m worried I’ve created the same fear."    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor kicks off Pride with ritzy Buckhead reception
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Atlanta mayor kicks off Pride with ritzy Buckhead reception

Hundreds of LGBTQ and allied Atlantans launched Atlanta Pride weekend with a free reception hosted by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.    READ MORE »

Gwinnett school board member makes history by coming out

Gwinnett school board member makes history by coming out

Everton Blair celebrated National Coming Out Day by announcing that he is gay, making him the first-ever openly LGBTQ member of the Gwinnett County Board of Education.    READ MORE »

Pride Is…  according to Q’s queer Atlanta thinkers and contributors
Q magazine  |  Community  |  Pride

Pride Is…  according to Q’s queer Atlanta thinkers and contributors

From the personal to the political, from celebrations to demonstrations, Q writers, photographers and staffers prep for Pride by sharing what Atlanta’s biggest LGBTQ weekend means to them.    READ MORE »

Victory Fund celebrates LGBTQ Atlanta candidates, officials

Victory Fund celebrates LGBTQ Atlanta candidates, officials

The Victory Fund toasted its LGBTQ officials, candidates and supporters at its Bubbles & Biscuits fundraiser on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Martha Wash, Taylor Dayne send queer Atlanta to the ‘80s

Martha Wash, Taylor Dayne send queer Atlanta to the ‘80s

LGBTQ Atlanta came out in force on Saturday to go back in time for a night with Martha Wash and Taylor Dayne.    READ MORE »

Atlanta police nix ‘hate shields’ at Atlanta Pride

Atlanta police nix ‘hate shields’ at Atlanta Pride

The Atlanta Police Department will not allow an Atlanta artist’s mobile soundproof walls to be used to muffle anti-LGBTQ protesters during Atlanta Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Trailblazing gay bishop to march in Atlanta Pride parade

Trailblazing gay bishop to march in Atlanta Pride parade

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America just elected its second openly gay bishop, and he’ll celebrate by marching in the Atlanta Pride parade on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Meet eight local LGBTQs showing their Atlanta Pride

Meet eight local LGBTQs showing their Atlanta Pride

It started during World Pride celebrations in June. Photographer Marina Delaine-Siegel gathered a diverse bunch of local LGBTQ people for portraits in some iconic Atlanta backdrops.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do on Atlanta Pride Weekend

The best queer things to do on Atlanta Pride Weekend

Rainbow up and come on down to more LGBTQ events than you can handle during Atlanta's queerest weekend of the year. Check out dozens of options in and beyond the park and Parade.    READ MORE »

Clayton County spent $210,000 to fight LGBTQ rights case

Clayton County spent $210,000 to fight LGBTQ rights case

Clayton County taxpayers footed the nearly $210,000 bill to pay an outside law firm to argue against LGBTQ workers in a case that reached the U.S. Supreme Court.    READ MORE »

Q takes true colors of Atlanta Pride rainbow beyond simple symbolism

Q takes true colors of Atlanta Pride rainbow beyond simple symbolism

Call me Judy, because I’m over the rainbow. Seriously. The knee-jerk overuse of that symbol has become so annoying, it’s all but banned from our editorial features. Except this week.    READ MORE »

DJ Jackinsky gets Atlanta prepped for Pride at Heretic

DJ Jackinsky gets Atlanta prepped for Pride at Heretic

The Atlanta Pride Committee hosted its Stride Into Pride party to get the city ready for the big queer weekend.    READ MORE »

Supreme Court hears case of Atlanta man fired for being gay

Supreme Court hears case of Atlanta man fired for being gay

When the dust cleared Tuesday after two hours of arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court on whether anti-LGBTQ discrimination is prohibited under federal civil rights law, Justice Neil Gorsuch emerged a potential — but not definite — ally for LGBTQ people.    READ MORE »

Atlanta rainbow crosswalks ‘here to stay’ despite federal warning

Atlanta rainbow crosswalks ‘here to stay’ despite federal warning

The Federal Highway Administration is reportedly warning cities about the safety of rainbow crosswalks, but the City of Atlanta is claiming jurisdiction over its LGBTQ landmark.    READ MORE »

Fight over gay-straight alliance erupts at North Georgia school

Fight over gay-straight alliance erupts at North Georgia school

Thousands of people have signed dueling petitions over whether to allow a gay-straight alliance to be formed at Fannin County High School.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta artist hopes ‘hate shields’ quiet Pride protesters

Gay Atlanta artist hopes ‘hate shields’ quiet Pride protesters

Fulton County and the City of Atlanta funded the efforts of a local artist who wants to use mobile soundproof walls to muffle anti-LGBTQ protestors during Atlanta Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta football jocks hit the field for fall season
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Queer Atlanta football jocks hit the field for fall season

The LGBTQ and allied players of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta entered Week 4 of their fall season on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Missing trans woman’s remains found in Macon

Missing trans woman’s remains found in Macon

DNA test results confirmed that human remains found in Macon over three years ago are those of a missing transgender woman, according to police.    READ MORE »

 
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Artist Maite Nazario debuts Beltline murals on queer love, HIV
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  Community

Artist Maite Nazario debuts Beltline murals on queer love, HIV

Maite Nazario is queering the Beltline. At just 19 years old, she has already made her mark on Atlanta’s art scene by celebrating queer and trans people of color in the form of a mural.    READ MORE »

Toxic 101: 16 signs that your relationship is abusive

Toxic 101: 16 signs that your relationship is abusive

"We’ve both lashed out unfairly, even cruelly, at each other. We aim to wound instead of heal. When I’m not afraid of my partner flying off the handle, I’m worried I’ve created the same fear."    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor kicks off Pride with ritzy Buckhead reception
photos  |  Pride

Atlanta mayor kicks off Pride with ritzy Buckhead reception

Hundreds of LGBTQ and allied Atlantans launched Atlanta Pride weekend with a free reception hosted by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.    READ MORE »

Gwinnett school board member makes history by coming out

Gwinnett school board member makes history by coming out

Everton Blair celebrated National Coming Out Day by announcing that he is gay, making him the first-ever openly LGBTQ member of the Gwinnett County Board of Education.    READ MORE »

Pride Is…  according to Q’s queer Atlanta thinkers and contributors
Q magazine  |  Community  |  Pride

Pride Is…  according to Q’s queer Atlanta thinkers and contributors

From the personal to the political, from celebrations to demonstrations, Q writers, photographers and staffers prep for Pride by sharing what Atlanta’s biggest LGBTQ weekend means to them.    READ MORE »

Victory Fund celebrates LGBTQ Atlanta candidates, officials

Victory Fund celebrates LGBTQ Atlanta candidates, officials

The Victory Fund toasted its LGBTQ officials, candidates and supporters at its Bubbles & Biscuits fundraiser on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Martha Wash, Taylor Dayne send queer Atlanta to the ‘80s

Martha Wash, Taylor Dayne send queer Atlanta to the ‘80s

LGBTQ Atlanta came out in force on Saturday to go back in time for a night with Martha Wash and Taylor Dayne.    READ MORE »

Atlanta police nix ‘hate shields’ at Atlanta Pride

Atlanta police nix ‘hate shields’ at Atlanta Pride

The Atlanta Police Department will not allow an Atlanta artist’s mobile soundproof walls to be used to muffle anti-LGBTQ protesters during Atlanta Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Trailblazing gay bishop to march in Atlanta Pride parade

Trailblazing gay bishop to march in Atlanta Pride parade

The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America just elected its second openly gay bishop, and he’ll celebrate by marching in the Atlanta Pride parade on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Meet eight local LGBTQs showing their Atlanta Pride

Meet eight local LGBTQs showing their Atlanta Pride

It started during World Pride celebrations in June. Photographer Marina Delaine-Siegel gathered a diverse bunch of local LGBTQ people for portraits in some iconic Atlanta backdrops.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do on Atlanta Pride Weekend

The best queer things to do on Atlanta Pride Weekend

Rainbow up and come on down to more LGBTQ events than you can handle during Atlanta's queerest weekend of the year. Check out dozens of options in and beyond the park and Parade.    READ MORE »

Clayton County spent $210,000 to fight LGBTQ rights case

Clayton County spent $210,000 to fight LGBTQ rights case

Clayton County taxpayers footed the nearly $210,000 bill to pay an outside law firm to argue against LGBTQ workers in a case that reached the U.S. Supreme Court.    READ MORE »

Q takes true colors of Atlanta Pride rainbow beyond simple symbolism

Q takes true colors of Atlanta Pride rainbow beyond simple symbolism

Call me Judy, because I’m over the rainbow. Seriously. The knee-jerk overuse of that symbol has become so annoying, it’s all but banned from our editorial features. Except this week.    READ MORE »

DJ Jackinsky gets Atlanta prepped for Pride at Heretic

DJ Jackinsky gets Atlanta prepped for Pride at Heretic

The Atlanta Pride Committee hosted its Stride Into Pride party to get the city ready for the big queer weekend.    READ MORE »

Supreme Court hears case of Atlanta man fired for being gay

Supreme Court hears case of Atlanta man fired for being gay

When the dust cleared Tuesday after two hours of arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court on whether anti-LGBTQ discrimination is prohibited under federal civil rights law, Justice Neil Gorsuch emerged a potential — but not definite — ally for LGBTQ people.    READ MORE »

Atlanta rainbow crosswalks ‘here to stay’ despite federal warning

Atlanta rainbow crosswalks ‘here to stay’ despite federal warning

The Federal Highway Administration is reportedly warning cities about the safety of rainbow crosswalks, but the City of Atlanta is claiming jurisdiction over its LGBTQ landmark.    READ MORE »

Fight over gay-straight alliance erupts at North Georgia school

Fight over gay-straight alliance erupts at North Georgia school

Thousands of people have signed dueling petitions over whether to allow a gay-straight alliance to be formed at Fannin County High School.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta artist hopes ‘hate shields’ quiet Pride protesters

Gay Atlanta artist hopes ‘hate shields’ quiet Pride protesters

Fulton County and the City of Atlanta funded the efforts of a local artist who wants to use mobile soundproof walls to muffle anti-LGBTQ protestors during Atlanta Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta football jocks hit the field for fall season
photos  |  Sports

Queer Atlanta football jocks hit the field for fall season

The LGBTQ and allied players of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta entered Week 4 of their fall season on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Missing trans woman’s remains found in Macon

Missing trans woman’s remains found in Macon

DNA test results confirmed that human remains found in Macon over three years ago are those of a missing transgender woman, according to police.    READ MORE »

 
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