Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

The distance and anonymity of urban life make it easier to dehumanize each other in every situation, but it hurts even more when it's part of dating.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride salutes parade grand marshals in Buckhead
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Atlanta Pride salutes parade grand marshals in Buckhead

The Atlanta Pride Committee toasted the 12 activists, faith leaders, artists and organizations it picked to lead this year’s Pride parade as grand marshals.    READ MORE »

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

At least four in 10 residents in the four Georgia counties with the highest rates of HIV have never been tested, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.    READ MORE »

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend
Q magazine  |  Q&A

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend

Ky Krebs came up and out in the South, and it informs who he is as a comic. In his Atlanta debut, he brings Q mag a mix of tea, shade and laughs.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Proud LGBTQ Atlantans will mark the final day of Stonewall Month by filling the streets of Midtown for the first Stonewall March.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

The head of a housing organization claims that an act of retaliation by the City of Atlanta has left some 250 city residents living with HIV on the verge of losing their homes.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlantans channel Stonewall era’s legendary queeroes

LGBTQ Atlantans channel Stonewall era’s legendary queeroes

For the Stonewall Riots 50th anniversary, contributor Jon Dean shoots six locals and asks how history inspires the next generation of queer life, love and action.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Stonewall Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Stonewall Weekend

The Queer Agenda calendar is here for you every week, but this time, if you’re looking and can’t find a local LGBTQ event, you’re just flat doing it wrong.    READ MORE »

Socks and jocks galore at Atlanta Eagle

Socks and jocks galore at Atlanta Eagle

DJ Neon the Glowgobear brought his Socks & Jocks party back to Atlanta Eagle on Saturday to the pleasure of many.    READ MORE »

Meet DJ Esme and his antidote for ‘toxic and abusive’ Atlanta nightlife
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Meet DJ Esme and his antidote for ‘toxic and abusive’ Atlanta nightlife

Kenneth Figueroa is a man on a mission. He has come a long way from the “huge anti-social goth kid” growing up in Acworth, Ga to becoming queer Atlanta's own DJ Esme.    READ MORE »

Gay commissioner spearheads first-ever Pride Month in Gwinnett

Gay commissioner spearheads first-ever Pride Month in Gwinnett

Stonewall fever is spreading in Gwinnett as the county’s first openly LGBTQ commissioner officially declared it Pride Month for the first time ever.    READ MORE »

Catch up, reflect and make plans in Q mag’s Stonewall Issue

Catch up, reflect and make plans in Q mag’s Stonewall Issue

Six weeks after Stonewall, two after the moon landing, one before Woodstock, and on the night of Sharon Tate’s murder, another legend was born.    READ MORE »

Warner Robins woman gets life sentence for killing girlfriend

Warner Robins woman gets life sentence for killing girlfriend

A Middle Georgia woman pleaded guilty Monday to stabbing and killing her domestic partner in front of police – just three days after being released from jail on charges she attacked her.    READ MORE »

Atlanta celebrates Stonewall with events all weekend long
News  |  Pride

Atlanta celebrates Stonewall with events all weekend long

The 50th anniversary of Stonewall continues to resonate in LGBTQ Atlanta, with state lawmakers honoring it, Stacey Abrams calling for more protections and one last big weekend of events.    READ MORE »

Queens help queer Atlanta softball jocks get to World Series

Queens help queer Atlanta softball jocks get to World Series

Miss HSL Trixie Van Lear hosted a drag lip sync contest and beer bust to help the Atlanta Chargers get to the Gay Softball World Series.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta kicks off summer on the patio at Ten

Queer Atlanta kicks off summer on the patio at Ten

Friday was the first day of summer, so Ten hosted an all-day patio party on Saturday to celebrate the arrival of the season.    READ MORE »

Decatur pressed to pass LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination policy

Decatur pressed to pass LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination policy

A Decatur activist called out city leaders for falling behind other metro Atlanta cities in protecting its LGBTQ residents with a nondiscrimination ordinance.    READ MORE »

Get tested for free at these spots on National HIV Testing Day

Get tested for free at these spots on National HIV Testing Day

Non-profits, corporations and county boards of health are offering free HIV tests throughout metro Atlanta this week to stem the city’s HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

For LGBTQs in love, one size almost never fits all

For LGBTQs in love, one size almost never fits all

Marriage equality presents the option to legally wed, not a requirement. Instead of forcing it, people are realizing it's not an all-or-nothing proposition.    READ MORE »

10 gender identities and terms to know about breaking the binary

10 gender identities and terms to know about breaking the binary

Between, beside and beyond the binary come those people who identify outside the traditional male and female roles and expectations.    READ MORE »

 
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Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

The distance and anonymity of urban life make it easier to dehumanize each other in every situation, but it hurts even more when it's part of dating.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride salutes parade grand marshals in Buckhead
photos  |  Pride

Atlanta Pride salutes parade grand marshals in Buckhead

The Atlanta Pride Committee toasted the 12 activists, faith leaders, artists and organizations it picked to lead this year’s Pride parade as grand marshals.    READ MORE »

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

Cobb, Gwinnett residents fall behind in HIV testing

At least four in 10 residents in the four Georgia counties with the highest rates of HIV have never been tested, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.    READ MORE »

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend
Q magazine  |  Q&A

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend

Ky Krebs came up and out in the South, and it informs who he is as a comic. In his Atlanta debut, he brings Q mag a mix of tea, shade and laughs.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Queer Atlanta will hit the streets for Stonewall March

Proud LGBTQ Atlantans will mark the final day of Stonewall Month by filling the streets of Midtown for the first Stonewall March.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

Atlanta’s HIV housing program ‘in crisis mode’

The head of a housing organization claims that an act of retaliation by the City of Atlanta has left some 250 city residents living with HIV on the verge of losing their homes.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlantans channel Stonewall era’s legendary queeroes

LGBTQ Atlantans channel Stonewall era’s legendary queeroes

For the Stonewall Riots 50th anniversary, contributor Jon Dean shoots six locals and asks how history inspires the next generation of queer life, love and action.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Stonewall Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Stonewall Weekend

The Queer Agenda calendar is here for you every week, but this time, if you’re looking and can’t find a local LGBTQ event, you’re just flat doing it wrong.    READ MORE »

Socks and jocks galore at Atlanta Eagle

Socks and jocks galore at Atlanta Eagle

DJ Neon the Glowgobear brought his Socks & Jocks party back to Atlanta Eagle on Saturday to the pleasure of many.    READ MORE »

Meet DJ Esme and his antidote for ‘toxic and abusive’ Atlanta nightlife
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Meet DJ Esme and his antidote for ‘toxic and abusive’ Atlanta nightlife

Kenneth Figueroa is a man on a mission. He has come a long way from the “huge anti-social goth kid” growing up in Acworth, Ga to becoming queer Atlanta's own DJ Esme.    READ MORE »

Gay commissioner spearheads first-ever Pride Month in Gwinnett

Gay commissioner spearheads first-ever Pride Month in Gwinnett

Stonewall fever is spreading in Gwinnett as the county’s first openly LGBTQ commissioner officially declared it Pride Month for the first time ever.    READ MORE »

Catch up, reflect and make plans in Q mag’s Stonewall Issue

Catch up, reflect and make plans in Q mag’s Stonewall Issue

Six weeks after Stonewall, two after the moon landing, one before Woodstock, and on the night of Sharon Tate’s murder, another legend was born.    READ MORE »

Warner Robins woman gets life sentence for killing girlfriend

Warner Robins woman gets life sentence for killing girlfriend

A Middle Georgia woman pleaded guilty Monday to stabbing and killing her domestic partner in front of police – just three days after being released from jail on charges she attacked her.    READ MORE »

Atlanta celebrates Stonewall with events all weekend long
News  |  Pride

Atlanta celebrates Stonewall with events all weekend long

The 50th anniversary of Stonewall continues to resonate in LGBTQ Atlanta, with state lawmakers honoring it, Stacey Abrams calling for more protections and one last big weekend of events.    READ MORE »

Queens help queer Atlanta softball jocks get to World Series

Queens help queer Atlanta softball jocks get to World Series

Miss HSL Trixie Van Lear hosted a drag lip sync contest and beer bust to help the Atlanta Chargers get to the Gay Softball World Series.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta kicks off summer on the patio at Ten

Queer Atlanta kicks off summer on the patio at Ten

Friday was the first day of summer, so Ten hosted an all-day patio party on Saturday to celebrate the arrival of the season.    READ MORE »

Decatur pressed to pass LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination policy

Decatur pressed to pass LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination policy

A Decatur activist called out city leaders for falling behind other metro Atlanta cities in protecting its LGBTQ residents with a nondiscrimination ordinance.    READ MORE »

Get tested for free at these spots on National HIV Testing Day

Get tested for free at these spots on National HIV Testing Day

Non-profits, corporations and county boards of health are offering free HIV tests throughout metro Atlanta this week to stem the city’s HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

For LGBTQs in love, one size almost never fits all

For LGBTQs in love, one size almost never fits all

Marriage equality presents the option to legally wed, not a requirement. Instead of forcing it, people are realizing it's not an all-or-nothing proposition.    READ MORE »

10 gender identities and terms to know about breaking the binary

10 gender identities and terms to know about breaking the binary

Between, beside and beyond the binary come those people who identify outside the traditional male and female roles and expectations.    READ MORE »

 
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