Dear Editor: What were you thinking publishing ‘Queer Segregation’ piece?

Dear Editor: What were you thinking publishing ‘Queer Segregation’ piece?

The following letter came in response to a recent Q Voices column about queer self-segregation by race. More responses from LGBTQ people of color are forthcoming.    READ MORE »

Queer roots and major players in Georgia’s medical marijuana boom

Queer roots and major players in Georgia’s medical marijuana boom

It’s a confusing time for retailers and consumers when it comes to CBD and cannabis oils. Colton Griffin is one of the LGBTQ people helping Georgia’s medical marijuana growth industry.    READ MORE »

Tony-nominated actor Sam Harris brings ‘Ham’ to Out on Film

Tony-nominated actor Sam Harris brings ‘Ham’ to Out on Film

Sam Harris burst onto the entertainment scene in that most ‘80s of ways — by becoming the grand champion of the original singing competition show Star Search.    READ MORE »

Atlanta breweries release special edition Pride cans

Atlanta breweries release special edition Pride cans

A local brewery and cidery are getting into the Pride spirit by releasing limited-edition cans and donating to LGBTQ organizations.    READ MORE »

Queer comic Mehran Khaghani burns and builds bridges at Red Clay Festival
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Queer comic Mehran Khaghani burns and builds bridges at Red Clay Festival

Mehran Khaghani first made a splash as a contestant on NBC’s Last Comic Standing back in 2015. Since then, he’s been captivating audiences all over the country and plans to wow Atlanta this week.    READ MORE »

Taylor Dayne, Martha Wash bring ‘80s flair to ATL for HIV benefit

Taylor Dayne, Martha Wash bring ‘80s flair to ATL for HIV benefit

Positive Impact Health Centers’ annual fundraiser is serving ‘80s realness with performances by powerhouse pop and dance divas Taylor Dayne and Martha Wash.    READ MORE »

Transgender cop sues Georgia county for healthcare coverage

Transgender cop sues Georgia county for healthcare coverage

A transgender sheriff’s deputy in Warner Robbins filed a federal lawsuit against Houston County for not covering her gender confirmation surgery.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Babes, bubbles, biscuits and a beat you can dance to. It’s the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events in the weekend leading up to Atlanta Pride. Get in on the fever pitch and frenzy of activity.    READ MORE »

BJ Roosters hosts queer afternoon birthday bash

BJ Roosters hosts queer afternoon birthday bash

Popular queer bartender Twee celebrated her birthday with the boys of BJ Roosters on Saturday afternoon.    READ MORE »

Wussy delivers queer prom dreams at MSR

Wussy delivers queer prom dreams at MSR

The Wussy crew brought back its popular Wussy Prom event with DJ Hercules & Love Affair headlining on Saturday at My Sister’s Room.    READ MORE »

University System of Georgia ends ban on trans healthcare benefits

University System of Georgia ends ban on trans healthcare benefits

The University System of Georgia settled a lawsuit with a transgender UGA employee that will bring trans healthcare benefits to employees of all 28 public colleges and universities in the USG system.    READ MORE »

Atlanta City Council extends bar hours for Pride Sunday

Atlanta City Council extends bar hours for Pride Sunday

The City of Atlanta is giving late night bar crawlers three extra hours to party on the final day of Atlanta Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Gay official gets marijuana decriminalized in Chamblee

Gay official gets marijuana decriminalized in Chamblee

Chamblee City Councilmember Brian Mock led a successful effort to make Chamblee the 12th local government in Georgia to decriminalize possession of marijuana.    READ MORE »

New Q hits on cannabis, comedy and queer community unity

New Q hits on cannabis, comedy and queer community unity

Even as some LGBTQ advances solidify, it's high time that progress on some intersectional social justice issues to pick up the pace, like racial inclusion and medical marijuana in this week's Q magazine.    READ MORE »

Thousands raise money to fight HIV during AIDS Walk Atlanta

Thousands raise money to fight HIV during AIDS Walk Atlanta

The 29th Annual AIDS Walk Atlanta & Music Festival raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for 11 local non-profits battling the city’s HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

Police arrest lesbian activist during Atlanta climate protest

Police arrest lesbian activist during Atlanta climate protest

Longtime LGBTQ activist Lorraine Fontana was one of 19 people arrested in a wave of Atlanta protests that demanded action on climate issues.    READ MORE »

HRC joins Stacey Abrams to fight voter suppression
News  |  Politics

HRC joins Stacey Abrams to fight voter suppression

The Human Rights Campaign is making a six-figure investment in Stacey Abrams’ voting rights group to ensure fair elections for LGBTQ voters and voters of color.    READ MORE »

‘Sell By’ star hits Atlanta for Out on Film screening

‘Sell By’ star hits Atlanta for Out on Film screening

The star and director of the queer romantic comedy Sell By were in town to show off the new flick at the Out on Film festival.    READ MORE »

Those ‘FML’ people and what constant whining really means

Those ‘FML’ people and what constant whining really means

When it becomes a habit to lean on those who can’t do anything but empathize, you’re mischaracterizing their responsibility in your relationship. You’re not asking for help. You’re just listing your grievances.    READ MORE »

Victory Fund endorses gay civic activist in Doraville mayor’s race
News  |  Politics

Victory Fund endorses gay civic activist in Doraville mayor’s race

Former Doraville City Councilmember Joseph Geierman got a boost to his quest to become Doraville’s first openly LGBTQ mayor by nabbing a Victory Fund endorsement.    READ MORE »

 
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Dear Editor: What were you thinking publishing ‘Queer Segregation’ piece?

Dear Editor: What were you thinking publishing ‘Queer Segregation’ piece?

The following letter came in response to a recent Q Voices column about queer self-segregation by race. More responses from LGBTQ people of color are forthcoming.    READ MORE »

Queer roots and major players in Georgia’s medical marijuana boom

Queer roots and major players in Georgia’s medical marijuana boom

It’s a confusing time for retailers and consumers when it comes to CBD and cannabis oils. Colton Griffin is one of the LGBTQ people helping Georgia’s medical marijuana growth industry.    READ MORE »

Tony-nominated actor Sam Harris brings ‘Ham’ to Out on Film

Tony-nominated actor Sam Harris brings ‘Ham’ to Out on Film

Sam Harris burst onto the entertainment scene in that most ‘80s of ways — by becoming the grand champion of the original singing competition show Star Search.    READ MORE »

Atlanta breweries release special edition Pride cans

Atlanta breweries release special edition Pride cans

A local brewery and cidery are getting into the Pride spirit by releasing limited-edition cans and donating to LGBTQ organizations.    READ MORE »

Queer comic Mehran Khaghani burns and builds bridges at Red Clay Festival
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Queer comic Mehran Khaghani burns and builds bridges at Red Clay Festival

Mehran Khaghani first made a splash as a contestant on NBC’s Last Comic Standing back in 2015. Since then, he’s been captivating audiences all over the country and plans to wow Atlanta this week.    READ MORE »

Taylor Dayne, Martha Wash bring ‘80s flair to ATL for HIV benefit

Taylor Dayne, Martha Wash bring ‘80s flair to ATL for HIV benefit

Positive Impact Health Centers’ annual fundraiser is serving ‘80s realness with performances by powerhouse pop and dance divas Taylor Dayne and Martha Wash.    READ MORE »

Transgender cop sues Georgia county for healthcare coverage

Transgender cop sues Georgia county for healthcare coverage

A transgender sheriff’s deputy in Warner Robbins filed a federal lawsuit against Houston County for not covering her gender confirmation surgery.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Babes, bubbles, biscuits and a beat you can dance to. It’s the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events in the weekend leading up to Atlanta Pride. Get in on the fever pitch and frenzy of activity.    READ MORE »

BJ Roosters hosts queer afternoon birthday bash

BJ Roosters hosts queer afternoon birthday bash

Popular queer bartender Twee celebrated her birthday with the boys of BJ Roosters on Saturday afternoon.    READ MORE »

Wussy delivers queer prom dreams at MSR

Wussy delivers queer prom dreams at MSR

The Wussy crew brought back its popular Wussy Prom event with DJ Hercules & Love Affair headlining on Saturday at My Sister’s Room.    READ MORE »

University System of Georgia ends ban on trans healthcare benefits

University System of Georgia ends ban on trans healthcare benefits

The University System of Georgia settled a lawsuit with a transgender UGA employee that will bring trans healthcare benefits to employees of all 28 public colleges and universities in the USG system.    READ MORE »

Atlanta City Council extends bar hours for Pride Sunday

Atlanta City Council extends bar hours for Pride Sunday

The City of Atlanta is giving late night bar crawlers three extra hours to party on the final day of Atlanta Pride weekend.    READ MORE »

Gay official gets marijuana decriminalized in Chamblee

Gay official gets marijuana decriminalized in Chamblee

Chamblee City Councilmember Brian Mock led a successful effort to make Chamblee the 12th local government in Georgia to decriminalize possession of marijuana.    READ MORE »

New Q hits on cannabis, comedy and queer community unity

New Q hits on cannabis, comedy and queer community unity

Even as some LGBTQ advances solidify, it's high time that progress on some intersectional social justice issues to pick up the pace, like racial inclusion and medical marijuana in this week's Q magazine.    READ MORE »

Thousands raise money to fight HIV during AIDS Walk Atlanta

Thousands raise money to fight HIV during AIDS Walk Atlanta

The 29th Annual AIDS Walk Atlanta & Music Festival raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for 11 local non-profits battling the city’s HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

Police arrest lesbian activist during Atlanta climate protest

Police arrest lesbian activist during Atlanta climate protest

Longtime LGBTQ activist Lorraine Fontana was one of 19 people arrested in a wave of Atlanta protests that demanded action on climate issues.    READ MORE »

HRC joins Stacey Abrams to fight voter suppression
News  |  Politics

HRC joins Stacey Abrams to fight voter suppression

The Human Rights Campaign is making a six-figure investment in Stacey Abrams’ voting rights group to ensure fair elections for LGBTQ voters and voters of color.    READ MORE »

‘Sell By’ star hits Atlanta for Out on Film screening

‘Sell By’ star hits Atlanta for Out on Film screening

The star and director of the queer romantic comedy Sell By were in town to show off the new flick at the Out on Film festival.    READ MORE »

Those ‘FML’ people and what constant whining really means

Those ‘FML’ people and what constant whining really means

When it becomes a habit to lean on those who can’t do anything but empathize, you’re mischaracterizing their responsibility in your relationship. You’re not asking for help. You’re just listing your grievances.    READ MORE »

Victory Fund endorses gay civic activist in Doraville mayor’s race
News  |  Politics

Victory Fund endorses gay civic activist in Doraville mayor’s race

Former Doraville City Councilmember Joseph Geierman got a boost to his quest to become Doraville’s first openly LGBTQ mayor by nabbing a Victory Fund endorsement.    READ MORE »

 
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