Prepare to support Atlanta restaurants that support you in Q’s 2020 Dining Guide

Prepare to support Atlanta restaurants that support you in Q’s 2020 Dining Guide

From communal tables big and small, one of the queer Atlanta’s rights of passage is eating good in the gayborhood. This week’s issue is more pensive than we originally intended.    READ MORE »

Georgia groups push LGBTQ visibility in coronavirus response

Georgia groups push LGBTQ visibility in coronavirus response

Six Georgia groups joined over 100 others in the U.S. calling on public health officials and the media not to leave out LGBTQ people in the response to the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

My Sister’s Room gets one last Saturday in before break

My Sister’s Room gets one last Saturday in before break

My Sister’s Room canceled its annual St. Patty’s Day bash on Saturday, but that didn’t keep LGBTQ Atlanta from showing up for a night of drinks and beats.    READ MORE »

Cop who killed Georgia Tech Pride leader won’t face charges

Cop who killed Georgia Tech Pride leader won’t face charges

The Georgia Tech police officer who shot and killed the 21-year-old leader of the school's Pride Alliance during a confrontation will not face criminal charges, Fulton's top prosecutor said.    READ MORE »

House of Alxndr brings ‘90s drag night to Georgia Beer Garden

House of Alxndr brings ‘90s drag night to Georgia Beer Garden

The Chug drag show was back at Georgia Beer Garden on Saturday, and this time the event took on the decade of grunge, gangsta rap and Pokemon.    READ MORE »

Georgia soldier arrested after alleged underage Grindr sex

Georgia soldier arrested after alleged underage Grindr sex

A 21-year-old man was arrested after allegedly having sex behind a Savannah business with a minor he met on Grindr who initially claimed to be 28.    READ MORE »

Coronavirus closings, cancellations ripple through LGBTQ Atlanta

Coronavirus closings, cancellations ripple through LGBTQ Atlanta

At least two Atlanta gay bars will close through the end of March, and a flood of events are canceled as queer businesses and organizations respond to the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Despicable Me: Queer shame and forgiving our past selves

Despicable Me: Queer shame and forgiving our past selves

"I’ve come a long way, but I still wake up thinking that I’m on a park bench, under an overpass, or naked in a stranger’s bed. There's a shame that I can’t shake even when fully awake."    READ MORE »

Nonbinary Kennesaw State employee says lipstick led to firing

Nonbinary Kennesaw State employee says lipstick led to firing

A nonbinary former Kennesaw State University employee said he was fired from the school bookstore in part because he wore lipstick on the job.    READ MORE »

Georgia House passes HIV decriminalization bill

Georgia House passes HIV decriminalization bill

The Georgia House of Representatives on Thursday passed a bill that would update the state’s HIV criminalization laws for the first time since the 1980s.    READ MORE »

The t-shirt designer behind Mango Drip has a message for you
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  Community

The t-shirt designer behind Mango Drip has a message for you

Jeremy Jackson has a message for you. More than one, in fact, and you can show it off on his line of clothing and other merchandise available all over LGBTQ Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Athens brewery names beer after beloved Atlanta chef Ria Pell

Athens brewery names beer after beloved Atlanta chef Ria Pell

Fans of lesbian Atlanta chef and restaurant owner Ria Pell can toast her memory with a beer named in her honor thanks to Creature Comforts Brewery.    READ MORE »

Two legendary heroes engage in ‘warplay’ at Out Front

Two legendary heroes engage in ‘warplay’ at Out Front

Atlanta’s GBTQ theater troupe turns to two mythic male figures for a reflection on male intimacy and the effects of wartime on any society.    READ MORE »

Georgia Democrats blast lawmaker’s ‘hateful’ anti-trans rant

Georgia Democrats blast lawmaker’s ‘hateful’ anti-trans rant

The Democratic Party of Georgia and its LGBTQ Caucus called on state Rep. Vernon Jones to apologize for his anti-transgender comments.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Movies, music and mayhem top the Queer Agenda calendar of Atlanta’s LGBTQ events. Belly up to the choices and pick your pleasure.    READ MORE »

Lambda Legal’s new leader: LGBTQ rights at a tipping point

Lambda Legal’s new leader: LGBTQ rights at a tipping point

Lambda Legal’s newly-named CEO Kevin Jennings (top photo) said during an Atlanta stop that LGBTQ people in the U.S. are in a “very dangerous moment as a community right now.”    READ MORE »

Georgia House honors trans activist Tracee McDaniel

Georgia House honors trans activist Tracee McDaniel

The Georgia Legislative Women’s Caucus honored transgender activist Tracee McDaniel with its annual leadership award on Tuesday at the State Capitol.    READ MORE »

Q mag covers epic battles, petty queens and good guys in between

Q mag covers epic battles, petty queens and good guys in between

Heroes and villains of Atlanta's LGBTQ village top coverage in this week’s Q, and you don’t even have to take sides to enjoy all of it.    READ MORE »

Queer softball jocks swing into action in Conyers
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Queer softball jocks swing into action in Conyers

Dozens of teams took the fields at Johnson Park in Conyers on Sunday to launch the new Hotlanta Softball League season.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker unleashes anti-trans rant at LGBTQ city official

Georgia lawmaker unleashes anti-trans rant at LGBTQ city official

A lawmaker from Lithonia allegedly made anti-trans comments to Doraville City Councilmember Stephe Koontz at the State Capitol on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

 
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Prepare to support Atlanta restaurants that support you in Q’s 2020 Dining Guide

Prepare to support Atlanta restaurants that support you in Q’s 2020 Dining Guide

From communal tables big and small, one of the queer Atlanta’s rights of passage is eating good in the gayborhood. This week’s issue is more pensive than we originally intended.    READ MORE »

Georgia groups push LGBTQ visibility in coronavirus response

Georgia groups push LGBTQ visibility in coronavirus response

Six Georgia groups joined over 100 others in the U.S. calling on public health officials and the media not to leave out LGBTQ people in the response to the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

My Sister’s Room gets one last Saturday in before break

My Sister’s Room gets one last Saturday in before break

My Sister’s Room canceled its annual St. Patty’s Day bash on Saturday, but that didn’t keep LGBTQ Atlanta from showing up for a night of drinks and beats.    READ MORE »

Cop who killed Georgia Tech Pride leader won’t face charges

Cop who killed Georgia Tech Pride leader won’t face charges

The Georgia Tech police officer who shot and killed the 21-year-old leader of the school's Pride Alliance during a confrontation will not face criminal charges, Fulton's top prosecutor said.    READ MORE »

House of Alxndr brings ‘90s drag night to Georgia Beer Garden

House of Alxndr brings ‘90s drag night to Georgia Beer Garden

The Chug drag show was back at Georgia Beer Garden on Saturday, and this time the event took on the decade of grunge, gangsta rap and Pokemon.    READ MORE »

Georgia soldier arrested after alleged underage Grindr sex

Georgia soldier arrested after alleged underage Grindr sex

A 21-year-old man was arrested after allegedly having sex behind a Savannah business with a minor he met on Grindr who initially claimed to be 28.    READ MORE »

Coronavirus closings, cancellations ripple through LGBTQ Atlanta

Coronavirus closings, cancellations ripple through LGBTQ Atlanta

At least two Atlanta gay bars will close through the end of March, and a flood of events are canceled as queer businesses and organizations respond to the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Despicable Me: Queer shame and forgiving our past selves

Despicable Me: Queer shame and forgiving our past selves

"I’ve come a long way, but I still wake up thinking that I’m on a park bench, under an overpass, or naked in a stranger’s bed. There's a shame that I can’t shake even when fully awake."    READ MORE »

Nonbinary Kennesaw State employee says lipstick led to firing

Nonbinary Kennesaw State employee says lipstick led to firing

A nonbinary former Kennesaw State University employee said he was fired from the school bookstore in part because he wore lipstick on the job.    READ MORE »

Georgia House passes HIV decriminalization bill

Georgia House passes HIV decriminalization bill

The Georgia House of Representatives on Thursday passed a bill that would update the state’s HIV criminalization laws for the first time since the 1980s.    READ MORE »

The t-shirt designer behind Mango Drip has a message for you
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  Community

The t-shirt designer behind Mango Drip has a message for you

Jeremy Jackson has a message for you. More than one, in fact, and you can show it off on his line of clothing and other merchandise available all over LGBTQ Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Athens brewery names beer after beloved Atlanta chef Ria Pell

Athens brewery names beer after beloved Atlanta chef Ria Pell

Fans of lesbian Atlanta chef and restaurant owner Ria Pell can toast her memory with a beer named in her honor thanks to Creature Comforts Brewery.    READ MORE »

Two legendary heroes engage in ‘warplay’ at Out Front

Two legendary heroes engage in ‘warplay’ at Out Front

Atlanta’s GBTQ theater troupe turns to two mythic male figures for a reflection on male intimacy and the effects of wartime on any society.    READ MORE »

Georgia Democrats blast lawmaker’s ‘hateful’ anti-trans rant

Georgia Democrats blast lawmaker’s ‘hateful’ anti-trans rant

The Democratic Party of Georgia and its LGBTQ Caucus called on state Rep. Vernon Jones to apologize for his anti-transgender comments.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Movies, music and mayhem top the Queer Agenda calendar of Atlanta’s LGBTQ events. Belly up to the choices and pick your pleasure.    READ MORE »

Lambda Legal’s new leader: LGBTQ rights at a tipping point

Lambda Legal’s new leader: LGBTQ rights at a tipping point

Lambda Legal’s newly-named CEO Kevin Jennings (top photo) said during an Atlanta stop that LGBTQ people in the U.S. are in a “very dangerous moment as a community right now.”    READ MORE »

Georgia House honors trans activist Tracee McDaniel

Georgia House honors trans activist Tracee McDaniel

The Georgia Legislative Women’s Caucus honored transgender activist Tracee McDaniel with its annual leadership award on Tuesday at the State Capitol.    READ MORE »

Q mag covers epic battles, petty queens and good guys in between

Q mag covers epic battles, petty queens and good guys in between

Heroes and villains of Atlanta's LGBTQ village top coverage in this week’s Q, and you don’t even have to take sides to enjoy all of it.    READ MORE »

Queer softball jocks swing into action in Conyers
photos  |  Sports

Queer softball jocks swing into action in Conyers

Dozens of teams took the fields at Johnson Park in Conyers on Sunday to launch the new Hotlanta Softball League season.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker unleashes anti-trans rant at LGBTQ city official

Georgia lawmaker unleashes anti-trans rant at LGBTQ city official

A lawmaker from Lithonia allegedly made anti-trans comments to Doraville City Councilmember Stephe Koontz at the State Capitol on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

 
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