LGBTQ lawmakers criticize Kemp’s coronavirus response

LGBTQ lawmakers criticize Kemp’s coronavirus response

All five LGBTQ members of Georgia's state legislature joined lawmakers urging Gov. Brian Kemp to issue a statewide shelter-in-place order to avoid “tens of thousands” of coronavirus deaths.    READ MORE »

Gamemaster Herb creates video arcades for LGBTQ gaymers

Gamemaster Herb creates video arcades for LGBTQ gaymers

When queer Atlanta gamers are in need of a joystick fix, they can turn to Gamemaster Herb. The queer and polyamorous event promoter pivots to online during coronavirus.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta doctor closes practice after possible coronavirus exposure

Gay Atlanta doctor closes practice after possible coronavirus exposure

T. Douglas Gurley’s medical practice will close permanently in May following a potential coronavirus outbreak, leaving patients of the LGBTQ medical practice in “shock.”    READ MORE »

Atlanta drag performers go virtual in wake of coronavirus

Atlanta drag performers go virtual in wake of coronavirus

Atlanta’s drag performers have embraced live streaming and online payment services to keep the shows going and the tips coming in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Please stop conflating coronavirus with early HIV/AIDS

Please stop conflating coronavirus with early HIV/AIDS

People have asked me if our lives today feel like the early years of HIV/AIDS, and I want to scream. There is no comparison. Just stop.    READ MORE »

Q does Queer-antine with games, stories and survival advice

Q does Queer-antine with games, stories and survival advice

Life is a lot, but we can handle it — together. This issue of Q plays content provider, community reporter and cheerleader, and as a way to help pass the time in self-isolation.    READ MORE »

Victory Fund endorses LGBTQ candidates in Gwinnett, St. Simons
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Victory Fund endorses LGBTQ candidates in Gwinnett, St. Simons

The Victory Fund on Tuesday endorsed Julie Jordan for a state House seat in St. Simons and Curt Thompson for Gwinnett County Commission chair.    READ MORE »

Friends mourn gay Atlanta man killed in car accident

Friends mourn gay Atlanta man killed in car accident

A 27-year-old gay Atlanta property manager is being mourned by friends after he died in a one-car accident in Southwest Alabama early Sunday.    READ MORE »

How to not end your relationship at the end of the world

How to not end your relationship at the end of the world

I always thought straight people would end up zombies and queers would fight them off like “Sissy That Walking Dead." Turns out, it's worse.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta man tests positive for coronavirus

Gay Atlanta man tests positive for coronavirus

Gay Atlanta resident Jeremy Brown said he tested positive for coronavirus after a trip to Miami earlier this month and faced a difficult time trying to be tested.    READ MORE »

Attention queers who jump to conclusions: It’s not all about you

Attention queers who jump to conclusions: It’s not all about you

Furious that your date had to cancel? Your significant other is taking you for granted? You’re just plain new to love? Well, maybe it - gasp! - has nothing to do with you.    READ MORE »

Atlanta drag performer Sharon Needles dies at 61
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Atlanta drag performer Sharon Needles dies at 61

Friends and fans across LGBTQ Atlanta are mourning the death of Sharon Needles, who died Saturday after a long battle with cancer.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned restaurants adapt to ‘new normal’ of coronavirus

Gay-owned restaurants adapt to ‘new normal’ of coronavirus

LGBTQ-owned restaurants in Atlanta have reduced hours and offered new services to adapt to the massive upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

‘Meals in Heels’ offers free food to Atlanta service industry

‘Meals in Heels’ offers free food to Atlanta service industry

A gay bartender, a lesbian food truck owner and a straight non-profit leader teamed up to provide free meals to service industry employees who lost work due to the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Atlanta drag queen Sharon Needles in hospice care

Atlanta drag queen Sharon Needles in hospice care

Sharon Needles, a longtime member of Atlanta camp drag troupe the Armorettes, is in a coma after a years-long battle with cancer.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor closes bars, clubs, gyms due to coronavirus

Atlanta mayor closes bars, clubs, gyms due to coronavirus

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms ordered all bars, nightclubs, gyms, movie theaters, live performance venues and arcades to close Thursday due to the coronavirus causing “an extreme likelihood of destruction of life.”    READ MORE »

The 10 most anticipated LGBTQ book titles coming out in 2020

The 10 most anticipated LGBTQ book titles coming out in 2020

What may turn out to be an even brighter bright side of the year than normal, tons of LGBTQ books to read during downtime are on the horizon for 2020.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta gets lucky at Ten for St. Patty’s party

Queer Atlanta gets lucky at Ten for St. Patty’s party

It was dudes, DJs and drinks aplenty at Ten Atlanta on Sunday for the bar’s annual St. Patrick’s Day party.    READ MORE »

Gay interior designer runs for state House in Northwest Georgia

Gay interior designer runs for state House in Northwest Georgia

A gay civic activist and interior design firm owner is challenging a four-term incumbent Republican for a state House seat in Armuchee.    READ MORE »

U.S. House candidate says LGBTQ people ‘sexualize children’

U.S. House candidate says LGBTQ people ‘sexualize children’

A candidate for a U.S. House seat in Atlanta who compared LGBTQ people to pedophiles apologized and said the comments arose from her concern that queer people “sexualize children.”    READ MORE »

 
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LGBTQ lawmakers criticize Kemp’s coronavirus response

LGBTQ lawmakers criticize Kemp’s coronavirus response

All five LGBTQ members of Georgia's state legislature joined lawmakers urging Gov. Brian Kemp to issue a statewide shelter-in-place order to avoid “tens of thousands” of coronavirus deaths.    READ MORE »

Gamemaster Herb creates video arcades for LGBTQ gaymers

Gamemaster Herb creates video arcades for LGBTQ gaymers

When queer Atlanta gamers are in need of a joystick fix, they can turn to Gamemaster Herb. The queer and polyamorous event promoter pivots to online during coronavirus.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta doctor closes practice after possible coronavirus exposure

Gay Atlanta doctor closes practice after possible coronavirus exposure

T. Douglas Gurley’s medical practice will close permanently in May following a potential coronavirus outbreak, leaving patients of the LGBTQ medical practice in “shock.”    READ MORE »

Atlanta drag performers go virtual in wake of coronavirus

Atlanta drag performers go virtual in wake of coronavirus

Atlanta’s drag performers have embraced live streaming and online payment services to keep the shows going and the tips coming in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Please stop conflating coronavirus with early HIV/AIDS

Please stop conflating coronavirus with early HIV/AIDS

People have asked me if our lives today feel like the early years of HIV/AIDS, and I want to scream. There is no comparison. Just stop.    READ MORE »

Q does Queer-antine with games, stories and survival advice

Q does Queer-antine with games, stories and survival advice

Life is a lot, but we can handle it — together. This issue of Q plays content provider, community reporter and cheerleader, and as a way to help pass the time in self-isolation.    READ MORE »

Victory Fund endorses LGBTQ candidates in Gwinnett, St. Simons
News  |  Politics

Victory Fund endorses LGBTQ candidates in Gwinnett, St. Simons

The Victory Fund on Tuesday endorsed Julie Jordan for a state House seat in St. Simons and Curt Thompson for Gwinnett County Commission chair.    READ MORE »

Friends mourn gay Atlanta man killed in car accident

Friends mourn gay Atlanta man killed in car accident

A 27-year-old gay Atlanta property manager is being mourned by friends after he died in a one-car accident in Southwest Alabama early Sunday.    READ MORE »

How to not end your relationship at the end of the world

How to not end your relationship at the end of the world

I always thought straight people would end up zombies and queers would fight them off like “Sissy That Walking Dead." Turns out, it's worse.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta man tests positive for coronavirus

Gay Atlanta man tests positive for coronavirus

Gay Atlanta resident Jeremy Brown said he tested positive for coronavirus after a trip to Miami earlier this month and faced a difficult time trying to be tested.    READ MORE »

Attention queers who jump to conclusions: It’s not all about you

Attention queers who jump to conclusions: It’s not all about you

Furious that your date had to cancel? Your significant other is taking you for granted? You’re just plain new to love? Well, maybe it - gasp! - has nothing to do with you.    READ MORE »

Atlanta drag performer Sharon Needles dies at 61
News  |  obituary

Atlanta drag performer Sharon Needles dies at 61

Friends and fans across LGBTQ Atlanta are mourning the death of Sharon Needles, who died Saturday after a long battle with cancer.    READ MORE »

Gay-owned restaurants adapt to ‘new normal’ of coronavirus

Gay-owned restaurants adapt to ‘new normal’ of coronavirus

LGBTQ-owned restaurants in Atlanta have reduced hours and offered new services to adapt to the massive upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

‘Meals in Heels’ offers free food to Atlanta service industry

‘Meals in Heels’ offers free food to Atlanta service industry

A gay bartender, a lesbian food truck owner and a straight non-profit leader teamed up to provide free meals to service industry employees who lost work due to the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Atlanta drag queen Sharon Needles in hospice care

Atlanta drag queen Sharon Needles in hospice care

Sharon Needles, a longtime member of Atlanta camp drag troupe the Armorettes, is in a coma after a years-long battle with cancer.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor closes bars, clubs, gyms due to coronavirus

Atlanta mayor closes bars, clubs, gyms due to coronavirus

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms ordered all bars, nightclubs, gyms, movie theaters, live performance venues and arcades to close Thursday due to the coronavirus causing “an extreme likelihood of destruction of life.”    READ MORE »

The 10 most anticipated LGBTQ book titles coming out in 2020

The 10 most anticipated LGBTQ book titles coming out in 2020

What may turn out to be an even brighter bright side of the year than normal, tons of LGBTQ books to read during downtime are on the horizon for 2020.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta gets lucky at Ten for St. Patty’s party

Queer Atlanta gets lucky at Ten for St. Patty’s party

It was dudes, DJs and drinks aplenty at Ten Atlanta on Sunday for the bar’s annual St. Patrick’s Day party.    READ MORE »

Gay interior designer runs for state House in Northwest Georgia

Gay interior designer runs for state House in Northwest Georgia

A gay civic activist and interior design firm owner is challenging a four-term incumbent Republican for a state House seat in Armuchee.    READ MORE »

U.S. House candidate says LGBTQ people ‘sexualize children’

U.S. House candidate says LGBTQ people ‘sexualize children’

A candidate for a U.S. House seat in Atlanta who compared LGBTQ people to pedophiles apologized and said the comments arose from her concern that queer people “sexualize children.”    READ MORE »

 
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