Gay anchor Thomas Roberts quits CBS46

Gay anchor Thomas Roberts quits CBS46

Out former MSNBC star Thomas Roberts is done as a CBS46 anchor after a 14-month-stint and one controversy.    READ MORE »

Sarah Riggs Amico backs Equality Act in U.S. Senate run

Sarah Riggs Amico backs Equality Act in U.S. Senate run

Sarah Riggs Amico bashed the Trump administration’s LGBTQ rights record in her quest to unseat David Perdue in the U.S. Senate.    READ MORE »

Ansley Kroger pharmacist makes career in the heart of queer Atlanta
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Ansley Kroger pharmacist makes career in the heart of queer Atlanta

When you’ve run a pharmacy in Midtown for decades, you’re bound to see some things. Lanier Mull has seen a lot. He knows more than what the doctor ordered.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Slide into September's DMs with a slate of LGBTQ Atlanta events. Category Is: fall but make it hot, Atlanta but make it queer af.    READ MORE »

Ladies flock to MSR for Black Gay ‘Her Pride’

Ladies flock to MSR for Black Gay ‘Her Pride’

My Sister’s Room was packed for a weekend of parties, comedy shows and seminars all Labor Gay Weekend this year.    READ MORE »

Queer autumn events pack Atlanta’s LGBTQ to-do list

Queer autumn events pack Atlanta’s LGBTQ to-do list

Fall is just around the corner. In queer Atlanta, that won't mean temperate temps, but it does mean tons of downtime options through Thanksgiving.    READ MORE »

That nip you feel in the air is Q magazine’s Fall Events Preview

That nip you feel in the air is Q magazine’s Fall Events Preview

The growing buzz over Out on Film, Atlanta AIDS Walk and Pride says autumn is coming, but those gargantuan events are just the tip of Q's Fall Preview.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta hits Bulldogs for Black Gay Pride

Queer Atlanta hits Bulldogs for Black Gay Pride

You just knew that Bulldogs was going to pack them in on Saturday night of Black Gay Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Black Gay Pride serves Pure Heat in Piedmont Park

Black Gay Pride serves Pure Heat in Piedmont Park

The daylong Pure Heat Community Festival attracted thousands of people to Piedmont Park on Sunday to celebrate Black Gay Pride.    READ MORE »

HIV-positive man’s arrest for spitting called ‘plain and simple discrimination’

HIV-positive man’s arrest for spitting called ‘plain and simple discrimination’

A 31-year-old man in Rome, Ga., was charged with exposing police officers to HIV after allegedly spitting on them, which HIV activists said highlights why the state needs to fix its HIV laws.    READ MORE »

Too many LGBTQs trying to read minds on dates and apps

Too many LGBTQs trying to read minds on dates and apps

Did she just pull a bait and switch? Is this idiot “negging” me? What did they mean by this comment or that? Is this a date or an interview? Is there such a thing as a wrong answer?    READ MORE »

Cheshire Bridge MARTA station could push out BJ’s, Heretic

Cheshire Bridge MARTA station could push out BJ’s, Heretic

A new MARTA station could replace two longtime Atlanta gay bars as part of a $350 million project, but it’s unclear when that would happen and if construction will ever begin.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor kicks off Black Gay Pride at City Hall
photos  |  Pride

Atlanta mayor kicks off Black Gay Pride at City Hall

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms hosted the city’s inaugural Black Gay Pride reception on Wednesday in Downtown Atlanta.    READ MORE »

This gay Atlantan helping Georgia prep for Hurricane Dorian

This gay Atlantan helping Georgia prep for Hurricane Dorian

Gay Atlanta deaf interpreter David Cowan helped Gov. Brian Kemp relay warnings about Hurricane Dorian to hearing impaired people across the state.    READ MORE »

Fulton gets $2.5 million HIV grant for gay, bi men of color

Fulton gets $2.5 million HIV grant for gay, bi men of color

A federal grant will provide $500,000 annually for up to five years to serve gay and bisexual black and Latino men in Fulton County who are at risk or living with HIV.    READ MORE »

19 for 2019: Q people welcome Black Gay Pride Atlanta
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  Community

19 for 2019: Q people welcome Black Gay Pride Atlanta

With a commitment to covering all of LGBTQ-ATL all year, Q builds on its vast archive of coverage and a stockpile of gorgeous photography to shed light and love on Black Pride in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Isakson leaving behind anti-LGBTQ record in U.S. Senate

Isakson leaving behind anti-LGBTQ record in U.S. Senate

Johnny Isakson will close out a 14-year stint in the U.S. Senate this year having consistently voted against LGBTQ rights during his time in office.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Labor Gay Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Labor Gay Weekend

Gigantic annual events. Special editions of monthly crowd-pleasers. Weekly wonder of queer awesomeness. Welcome to Atlanta’s holigay weekend Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events.    READ MORE »

A Black Pride Atlanta call to action: Go beyond visibility to liberation

A Black Pride Atlanta call to action: Go beyond visibility to liberation

It can be easy to forget that black LGBTQ lives are under attack, especially in this era of Pose, Lil Nas X and Lena Waithe. Visibility is great, but it’s not the end game. Pride = Liberation.    READ MORE »

Rify Royalty goes ‘Nuclear Meltdown’ at My Sister’s Room

Rify Royalty goes ‘Nuclear Meltdown’ at My Sister’s Room

New York City club kid and drag performer Rify Royalty was in town Sunday for Wussy’s Nuclear Meltdown party.    READ MORE »

 
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Gay anchor Thomas Roberts quits CBS46

Gay anchor Thomas Roberts quits CBS46

Out former MSNBC star Thomas Roberts is done as a CBS46 anchor after a 14-month-stint and one controversy.    READ MORE »

Sarah Riggs Amico backs Equality Act in U.S. Senate run

Sarah Riggs Amico backs Equality Act in U.S. Senate run

Sarah Riggs Amico bashed the Trump administration’s LGBTQ rights record in her quest to unseat David Perdue in the U.S. Senate.    READ MORE »

Ansley Kroger pharmacist makes career in the heart of queer Atlanta
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Ansley Kroger pharmacist makes career in the heart of queer Atlanta

When you’ve run a pharmacy in Midtown for decades, you’re bound to see some things. Lanier Mull has seen a lot. He knows more than what the doctor ordered.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Slide into September's DMs with a slate of LGBTQ Atlanta events. Category Is: fall but make it hot, Atlanta but make it queer af.    READ MORE »

Ladies flock to MSR for Black Gay ‘Her Pride’

Ladies flock to MSR for Black Gay ‘Her Pride’

My Sister’s Room was packed for a weekend of parties, comedy shows and seminars all Labor Gay Weekend this year.    READ MORE »

Queer autumn events pack Atlanta’s LGBTQ to-do list

Queer autumn events pack Atlanta’s LGBTQ to-do list

Fall is just around the corner. In queer Atlanta, that won't mean temperate temps, but it does mean tons of downtime options through Thanksgiving.    READ MORE »

That nip you feel in the air is Q magazine’s Fall Events Preview

That nip you feel in the air is Q magazine’s Fall Events Preview

The growing buzz over Out on Film, Atlanta AIDS Walk and Pride says autumn is coming, but those gargantuan events are just the tip of Q's Fall Preview.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta hits Bulldogs for Black Gay Pride

Queer Atlanta hits Bulldogs for Black Gay Pride

You just knew that Bulldogs was going to pack them in on Saturday night of Black Gay Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Black Gay Pride serves Pure Heat in Piedmont Park

Black Gay Pride serves Pure Heat in Piedmont Park

The daylong Pure Heat Community Festival attracted thousands of people to Piedmont Park on Sunday to celebrate Black Gay Pride.    READ MORE »

HIV-positive man’s arrest for spitting called ‘plain and simple discrimination’

HIV-positive man’s arrest for spitting called ‘plain and simple discrimination’

A 31-year-old man in Rome, Ga., was charged with exposing police officers to HIV after allegedly spitting on them, which HIV activists said highlights why the state needs to fix its HIV laws.    READ MORE »

Too many LGBTQs trying to read minds on dates and apps

Too many LGBTQs trying to read minds on dates and apps

Did she just pull a bait and switch? Is this idiot “negging” me? What did they mean by this comment or that? Is this a date or an interview? Is there such a thing as a wrong answer?    READ MORE »

Cheshire Bridge MARTA station could push out BJ’s, Heretic

Cheshire Bridge MARTA station could push out BJ’s, Heretic

A new MARTA station could replace two longtime Atlanta gay bars as part of a $350 million project, but it’s unclear when that would happen and if construction will ever begin.    READ MORE »

Atlanta mayor kicks off Black Gay Pride at City Hall
photos  |  Pride

Atlanta mayor kicks off Black Gay Pride at City Hall

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms hosted the city’s inaugural Black Gay Pride reception on Wednesday in Downtown Atlanta.    READ MORE »

This gay Atlantan helping Georgia prep for Hurricane Dorian

This gay Atlantan helping Georgia prep for Hurricane Dorian

Gay Atlanta deaf interpreter David Cowan helped Gov. Brian Kemp relay warnings about Hurricane Dorian to hearing impaired people across the state.    READ MORE »

Fulton gets $2.5 million HIV grant for gay, bi men of color

Fulton gets $2.5 million HIV grant for gay, bi men of color

A federal grant will provide $500,000 annually for up to five years to serve gay and bisexual black and Latino men in Fulton County who are at risk or living with HIV.    READ MORE »

19 for 2019: Q people welcome Black Gay Pride Atlanta
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  Community

19 for 2019: Q people welcome Black Gay Pride Atlanta

With a commitment to covering all of LGBTQ-ATL all year, Q builds on its vast archive of coverage and a stockpile of gorgeous photography to shed light and love on Black Pride in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Isakson leaving behind anti-LGBTQ record in U.S. Senate

Isakson leaving behind anti-LGBTQ record in U.S. Senate

Johnny Isakson will close out a 14-year stint in the U.S. Senate this year having consistently voted against LGBTQ rights during his time in office.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Labor Gay Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Labor Gay Weekend

Gigantic annual events. Special editions of monthly crowd-pleasers. Weekly wonder of queer awesomeness. Welcome to Atlanta’s holigay weekend Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events.    READ MORE »

A Black Pride Atlanta call to action: Go beyond visibility to liberation

A Black Pride Atlanta call to action: Go beyond visibility to liberation

It can be easy to forget that black LGBTQ lives are under attack, especially in this era of Pose, Lil Nas X and Lena Waithe. Visibility is great, but it’s not the end game. Pride = Liberation.    READ MORE »

Rify Royalty goes ‘Nuclear Meltdown’ at My Sister’s Room

Rify Royalty goes ‘Nuclear Meltdown’ at My Sister’s Room

New York City club kid and drag performer Rify Royalty was in town Sunday for Wussy’s Nuclear Meltdown party.    READ MORE »

 
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