Georgia lawmaker wants to ban trans athletes from public facilities
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Georgia lawmaker wants to ban trans athletes from public facilities

A state lawmaker from Sharpsburg introduced a bill that would ban transgender youth from competing in athletic events at public facilities.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride leadership creates ‘sick situation,’ critics say
News  |  Pride

Atlanta Pride leadership creates ‘sick situation,’ critics say

Two Atlanta Pride Committee board members gave up their seats and claimed the organization conducted a “sham” board election, is awash in secrecy and is plagued by entrenched power.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Hurtle into the Big Week with events that put the queer in Christmas. From plays, parties and performers to drinks, drag, DJs and dancing and more.    READ MORE »

Kelly Loeffler backs anti-gay bill as Georgia’s new U.S. senator

Kelly Loeffler backs anti-gay bill as Georgia’s new U.S. senator

Business executive and Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler voiced support for “religious freedom” legislation as she nears taking over Johnny Isakson’s seat in the U.S. Senate.    READ MORE »

Fulton DA seeks death penalty for LGBTQ artist’s ‘inhuman’ murder

Fulton DA seeks death penalty for LGBTQ artist’s ‘inhuman’ murder

Two metro Atlanta men with gang ties now face the death penalty for the “wantonly vile” rape and murder of an LGBTQ artist.    READ MORE »

Roaring ‘20s: 10 businesses and orgs we’ll miss in the new decade

Roaring ‘20s: 10 businesses and orgs we’ll miss in the new decade

Look back at gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years as we head into the next. This time, businesses and organizations left only in memory.    READ MORE »

Friends on Ponce throws annual holigay benefit

Friends on Ponce throws annual holigay benefit

Friends on Ponce hosted its 15th annual holiday benefit show on Sunday with a dragtastic lineup of Atlanta favorites.    READ MORE »

DJ Joe Gauthreaux helps Heretic hit 28th anniversary

DJ Joe Gauthreaux helps Heretic hit 28th anniversary

The Heretic celebrated 28 sexy years of dancefloor debauchery on Saturday with a blowout dance party.    READ MORE »

Gay man dies while in custody at Fulton jail

Gay man dies while in custody at Fulton jail

A gay inmate at the Fulton County Jail died after being treated for an unspecified “chronic illness,” according to the county sheriff’s office.    READ MORE »

Local musicologist releases definitive Kylie Minogue retrospective
Q magazine  |  Community  |  Books  |  Music

Local musicologist releases definitive Kylie Minogue retrospective

Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge, Quentin Harrison's 'Record Redux' series follows Spice Girls, Carly, Donna Madonna with Kylie.    READ MORE »

Addicted to Love: The high cost of navigating love vs. obsession

Addicted to Love: The high cost of navigating love vs. obsession

Sweet fulfillment can get replaced by intense loneliness. When he’s not here, I want him so bad it hurts. When he is, we can be miserable.    READ MORE »

Gay Democrat jumps into state House race in Savannah

Gay Democrat jumps into state House race in Savannah

Democratic Party activist Andrew Niquette is running for a Georgia House seat in Savannah to fight for veterans, the environment and LGBTQ rights.    READ MORE »

One Atlantan’s quintessential queer relationship manifesto

One Atlantan’s quintessential queer relationship manifesto

I unlocked the U-Haul achievement at 30 and failed miserably. Why? Because society conditions us to find “The One”, get married, have kids, and die. But do queer women really want to nest mere minutes after meeting “The One”?    READ MORE »

Atlanta HIV groups get $400,000 to battle epidemic

Atlanta HIV groups get $400,000 to battle epidemic

Seven Atlanta-based HIV organizations received a total of $400,000 to combat the spread of the epidemic in a city with some of the highest infection rates in the U.S.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality praises new federal LGBTQ civil rights bill
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Georgia Equality praises new federal LGBTQ civil rights bill

Georgia’s most influential LGBTQ advocacy organization applauded the introduction of a new federal LGBTQ-inclusive civil rights bill, but cautioned that such protections are still urgently needed on the state level.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

‘Tis the season for holiday themes and party queens. Come get it on the most thorough accounting of LGBTQ events in Atlanta, right here on the Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

‘Stalwart’ LGBTQ ally giving up Atlanta-based state House seat
News  |  Politics

‘Stalwart’ LGBTQ ally giving up Atlanta-based state House seat

State Rep. Pat Gardner is leaving the state legislature after nearly 20 years of fighting for same-sex marriage rights, increasing funding for HIV drugs and denouncing anti-LGBTQ “religious freedom” legislation.    READ MORE »

16 worthy LGBTQ non-profits top Q’s year-end Giving Guide

16 worthy LGBTQ non-profits top Q’s year-end Giving Guide

While you’re busy making a list and checking it twice, remember queer causes making life better year-round for local LGBTQs, and they need your gift that actually keeps giving.    READ MORE »

Q ends queer year with art, matters of the heart, and non-profit giving

Q ends queer year with art, matters of the heart, and non-profit giving

The gamut of all things L, G, B, T and Q in the ATL is so wide and varied, we spend all year trying to cover it. This week, we chip away at it on several fronts during the holidays.    READ MORE »

Lesbian mayor coasts to re-election in DeKalb’s Pine Lake
News  |  Politics

Lesbian mayor coasts to re-election in DeKalb’s Pine Lake

Melanie Hammet wants to continue championing the arts and the environment when she begins her second term as mayor of Pine Lake, Ga., next month.    READ MORE »

 
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Georgia lawmaker wants to ban trans athletes from public facilities
News  |  Politics

Georgia lawmaker wants to ban trans athletes from public facilities

A state lawmaker from Sharpsburg introduced a bill that would ban transgender youth from competing in athletic events at public facilities.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride leadership creates ‘sick situation,’ critics say
News  |  Pride

Atlanta Pride leadership creates ‘sick situation,’ critics say

Two Atlanta Pride Committee board members gave up their seats and claimed the organization conducted a “sham” board election, is awash in secrecy and is plagued by entrenched power.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Hurtle into the Big Week with events that put the queer in Christmas. From plays, parties and performers to drinks, drag, DJs and dancing and more.    READ MORE »

Kelly Loeffler backs anti-gay bill as Georgia’s new U.S. senator

Kelly Loeffler backs anti-gay bill as Georgia’s new U.S. senator

Business executive and Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler voiced support for “religious freedom” legislation as she nears taking over Johnny Isakson’s seat in the U.S. Senate.    READ MORE »

Fulton DA seeks death penalty for LGBTQ artist’s ‘inhuman’ murder

Fulton DA seeks death penalty for LGBTQ artist’s ‘inhuman’ murder

Two metro Atlanta men with gang ties now face the death penalty for the “wantonly vile” rape and murder of an LGBTQ artist.    READ MORE »

Roaring ‘20s: 10 businesses and orgs we’ll miss in the new decade

Roaring ‘20s: 10 businesses and orgs we’ll miss in the new decade

Look back at gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years as we head into the next. This time, businesses and organizations left only in memory.    READ MORE »

Friends on Ponce throws annual holigay benefit

Friends on Ponce throws annual holigay benefit

Friends on Ponce hosted its 15th annual holiday benefit show on Sunday with a dragtastic lineup of Atlanta favorites.    READ MORE »

DJ Joe Gauthreaux helps Heretic hit 28th anniversary

DJ Joe Gauthreaux helps Heretic hit 28th anniversary

The Heretic celebrated 28 sexy years of dancefloor debauchery on Saturday with a blowout dance party.    READ MORE »

Gay man dies while in custody at Fulton jail

Gay man dies while in custody at Fulton jail

A gay inmate at the Fulton County Jail died after being treated for an unspecified “chronic illness,” according to the county sheriff’s office.    READ MORE »

Local musicologist releases definitive Kylie Minogue retrospective
Q magazine  |  Community  |  Books  |  Music

Local musicologist releases definitive Kylie Minogue retrospective

Armed with an encyclopedic knowledge, Quentin Harrison's 'Record Redux' series follows Spice Girls, Carly, Donna Madonna with Kylie.    READ MORE »

Addicted to Love: The high cost of navigating love vs. obsession

Addicted to Love: The high cost of navigating love vs. obsession

Sweet fulfillment can get replaced by intense loneliness. When he’s not here, I want him so bad it hurts. When he is, we can be miserable.    READ MORE »

Gay Democrat jumps into state House race in Savannah

Gay Democrat jumps into state House race in Savannah

Democratic Party activist Andrew Niquette is running for a Georgia House seat in Savannah to fight for veterans, the environment and LGBTQ rights.    READ MORE »

One Atlantan’s quintessential queer relationship manifesto

One Atlantan’s quintessential queer relationship manifesto

I unlocked the U-Haul achievement at 30 and failed miserably. Why? Because society conditions us to find “The One”, get married, have kids, and die. But do queer women really want to nest mere minutes after meeting “The One”?    READ MORE »

Atlanta HIV groups get $400,000 to battle epidemic

Atlanta HIV groups get $400,000 to battle epidemic

Seven Atlanta-based HIV organizations received a total of $400,000 to combat the spread of the epidemic in a city with some of the highest infection rates in the U.S.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality praises new federal LGBTQ civil rights bill
News  |  Politics

Georgia Equality praises new federal LGBTQ civil rights bill

Georgia’s most influential LGBTQ advocacy organization applauded the introduction of a new federal LGBTQ-inclusive civil rights bill, but cautioned that such protections are still urgently needed on the state level.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

‘Tis the season for holiday themes and party queens. Come get it on the most thorough accounting of LGBTQ events in Atlanta, right here on the Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

‘Stalwart’ LGBTQ ally giving up Atlanta-based state House seat
News  |  Politics

‘Stalwart’ LGBTQ ally giving up Atlanta-based state House seat

State Rep. Pat Gardner is leaving the state legislature after nearly 20 years of fighting for same-sex marriage rights, increasing funding for HIV drugs and denouncing anti-LGBTQ “religious freedom” legislation.    READ MORE »

16 worthy LGBTQ non-profits top Q’s year-end Giving Guide

16 worthy LGBTQ non-profits top Q’s year-end Giving Guide

While you’re busy making a list and checking it twice, remember queer causes making life better year-round for local LGBTQs, and they need your gift that actually keeps giving.    READ MORE »

Q ends queer year with art, matters of the heart, and non-profit giving

Q ends queer year with art, matters of the heart, and non-profit giving

The gamut of all things L, G, B, T and Q in the ATL is so wide and varied, we spend all year trying to cover it. This week, we chip away at it on several fronts during the holidays.    READ MORE »

Lesbian mayor coasts to re-election in DeKalb’s Pine Lake
News  |  Politics

Lesbian mayor coasts to re-election in DeKalb’s Pine Lake

Melanie Hammet wants to continue championing the arts and the environment when she begins her second term as mayor of Pine Lake, Ga., next month.    READ MORE »

 
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