Tyler Perry to house LGBTQ homeless youth at Atlanta studio

Tyler Perry to house LGBTQ homeless youth at Atlanta studio

Entertainment mogul Tyler Perry will devote part of his new 330-acre movie studio in Southwest Atlanta to housing LGBTQ homeless youth.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The cold may have done gone and snapped, y’all, but the LGBTQ events in Atlanta are still hot. Get up and get in to make your weekend queer.    READ MORE »

Gay candidates call for redo of East Point City Council race
News  |  Politics

Gay candidates call for redo of East Point City Council race

An East Point City Council election was tainted by the late disqualification of a candidate and a lack of transparency and should be redone, according to two gay candidates in the race.    READ MORE »

Atlanta renews effort to shut down Tokyo Valentino

Atlanta renews effort to shut down Tokyo Valentino

The City of Atlanta fired another salvo against Tokyo Valentino, asking a federal court to issue a permanent injunction against the adult superstore — which would shut it down — and put an end to a 20-year legal saga.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ ATL-ien fights for queer youth and a bikeable ATL
Q magazine  |  Q&A

LGBTQ ATL-ien fights for queer youth and a bikeable ATL

Adah-Duval Pittman-Delancey has "Champion” in her official job title, but it also fits her volunteerism with Teach America's LGBTQ youth initiative.    READ MORE »

TJ Maxxx wins Misc Edgewood finale at Noni’s

TJ Maxxx wins Misc Edgewood finale at Noni’s

TJ Maxxx outlasted 10 other contestants to nab the Misc Edgewood crown, a cool $2,000 cash prize and a bundle of other prizes.    READ MORE »

Meet the Atlanta attorney elected president of Stonewall Bar

Meet the Atlanta attorney elected president of Stonewall Bar

The Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia elected Barret Broussard as its new president at the LGBTQ legal group’s annual gala dinner.    READ MORE »

Lost N Found opens spacious new youth center in Grant Park

Lost N Found opens spacious new youth center in Grant Park

Lost N Found Youth is celebrating its eighth anniversary by debuting a new 5,000-square-foot youth center, more than doubling its housing space and realigning its leadership.    READ MORE »

Are you a Sugar Mama/Daddy, or just unfairly supporting your partner?

Are you a Sugar Mama/Daddy, or just unfairly supporting your partner?

Being a Sugar Baby is fine if both sides consent to the arrangement. If it's not what you agreed, it’s not only fair to bring it up, but well advised to do so.    READ MORE »

Uproar leads Delta to restore LGBTQ scenes to in-flight movies

Uproar leads Delta to restore LGBTQ scenes to in-flight movies

Delta Air Lines will start using new versions of in-flight movies that include LGBTQ love scenes, following waves of criticism of the censorship.    READ MORE »

Georgia House Speaker knocks ‘religious freedom’ bills
News  |  Politics

Georgia House Speaker knocks ‘religious freedom’ bills

Georgia House Speaker David Ralston spoke out against anti-LGBTQ “religious freedom” legislation and addressed another lawmaker’s controversial anti-transgender bill.    READ MORE »

Roaring 2020s: LGBTQ Atlanta clubs we’ll miss from the last 20 years

Roaring 2020s: LGBTQ Atlanta clubs we’ll miss from the last 20 years

For the end of 2019, the Q 10 Queer Things series looks back at gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years. First up, places we partied.    READ MORE »

Singer Tom Goss opens up on polyamory, domestic violence
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Singer Tom Goss opens up on polyamory, domestic violence

Out singer Tom Goss is making things personal, offering up even more heart and soul on his new album 'Territories' than he’s already known for.    READ MORE »

Civic activist wants to be Georgia’s first gay state senator

Civic activist wants to be Georgia’s first gay state senator

Kelly Johnson – often a political strategist working behind the scenes – has jumped into the race for a Georgia Senate seat and hopes to oust a popular Democrat and longtime incumbent.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The weekend cometh, and thou art compelled! Scroll on to get in on LGBTQ events, parties, gatherings and performances across Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Gay, bisexual men drive Georgia’s syphilis epidemic

Gay, bisexual men drive Georgia’s syphilis epidemic

Gay and bisexual men in Georgia are contracting syphilis at over 33 times the rate of others in the state, helping push Georgia near the top in new cases of sexually transmitted diseases.    READ MORE »

Board member speaks out as Atlanta Pride tries to oust him
News  |  Pride

Board member speaks out as Atlanta Pride tries to oust him

The Atlanta Pride Committee’s board of directors failed to force out a fellow member one day after he publicly raised concerns about the organization’s leadership and financial future.    READ MORE »

One gay man wins, two go to runoffs in Georgia elections
News  |  Politics

One gay man wins, two go to runoffs in Georgia elections

The Doraville City Council has a new LGBTQ member, and two other LGBTQ candidates are headed to December runoffs in municipal elections across the state.    READ MORE »

Condom Couture: Rubbers for a cause, but make it fashion

Condom Couture: Rubbers for a cause, but make it fashion

When fashions strut the runways in colorful, masquerade-themed looks made from condoms this weekend, they benefit Planned Parenthood and make a statement.    READ MORE »

Q’s 100th issue meets community champions and history makers

Q’s 100th issue meets community champions and history makers

Q celebrates two years since our decade-old website went into print and raised the bar on local LGBTQ coverage. For our next trick, we go twice monthly.    READ MORE »

 
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Tyler Perry to house LGBTQ homeless youth at Atlanta studio

Tyler Perry to house LGBTQ homeless youth at Atlanta studio

Entertainment mogul Tyler Perry will devote part of his new 330-acre movie studio in Southwest Atlanta to housing LGBTQ homeless youth.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The cold may have done gone and snapped, y’all, but the LGBTQ events in Atlanta are still hot. Get up and get in to make your weekend queer.    READ MORE »

Gay candidates call for redo of East Point City Council race
News  |  Politics

Gay candidates call for redo of East Point City Council race

An East Point City Council election was tainted by the late disqualification of a candidate and a lack of transparency and should be redone, according to two gay candidates in the race.    READ MORE »

Atlanta renews effort to shut down Tokyo Valentino

Atlanta renews effort to shut down Tokyo Valentino

The City of Atlanta fired another salvo against Tokyo Valentino, asking a federal court to issue a permanent injunction against the adult superstore — which would shut it down — and put an end to a 20-year legal saga.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ ATL-ien fights for queer youth and a bikeable ATL
Q magazine  |  Q&A

LGBTQ ATL-ien fights for queer youth and a bikeable ATL

Adah-Duval Pittman-Delancey has "Champion” in her official job title, but it also fits her volunteerism with Teach America's LGBTQ youth initiative.    READ MORE »

TJ Maxxx wins Misc Edgewood finale at Noni’s

TJ Maxxx wins Misc Edgewood finale at Noni’s

TJ Maxxx outlasted 10 other contestants to nab the Misc Edgewood crown, a cool $2,000 cash prize and a bundle of other prizes.    READ MORE »

Meet the Atlanta attorney elected president of Stonewall Bar

Meet the Atlanta attorney elected president of Stonewall Bar

The Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia elected Barret Broussard as its new president at the LGBTQ legal group’s annual gala dinner.    READ MORE »

Lost N Found opens spacious new youth center in Grant Park

Lost N Found opens spacious new youth center in Grant Park

Lost N Found Youth is celebrating its eighth anniversary by debuting a new 5,000-square-foot youth center, more than doubling its housing space and realigning its leadership.    READ MORE »

Are you a Sugar Mama/Daddy, or just unfairly supporting your partner?

Are you a Sugar Mama/Daddy, or just unfairly supporting your partner?

Being a Sugar Baby is fine if both sides consent to the arrangement. If it's not what you agreed, it’s not only fair to bring it up, but well advised to do so.    READ MORE »

Uproar leads Delta to restore LGBTQ scenes to in-flight movies

Uproar leads Delta to restore LGBTQ scenes to in-flight movies

Delta Air Lines will start using new versions of in-flight movies that include LGBTQ love scenes, following waves of criticism of the censorship.    READ MORE »

Georgia House Speaker knocks ‘religious freedom’ bills
News  |  Politics

Georgia House Speaker knocks ‘religious freedom’ bills

Georgia House Speaker David Ralston spoke out against anti-LGBTQ “religious freedom” legislation and addressed another lawmaker’s controversial anti-transgender bill.    READ MORE »

Roaring 2020s: LGBTQ Atlanta clubs we’ll miss from the last 20 years

Roaring 2020s: LGBTQ Atlanta clubs we’ll miss from the last 20 years

For the end of 2019, the Q 10 Queer Things series looks back at gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years. First up, places we partied.    READ MORE »

Singer Tom Goss opens up on polyamory, domestic violence
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Singer Tom Goss opens up on polyamory, domestic violence

Out singer Tom Goss is making things personal, offering up even more heart and soul on his new album 'Territories' than he’s already known for.    READ MORE »

Civic activist wants to be Georgia’s first gay state senator

Civic activist wants to be Georgia’s first gay state senator

Kelly Johnson – often a political strategist working behind the scenes – has jumped into the race for a Georgia Senate seat and hopes to oust a popular Democrat and longtime incumbent.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The weekend cometh, and thou art compelled! Scroll on to get in on LGBTQ events, parties, gatherings and performances across Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Gay, bisexual men drive Georgia’s syphilis epidemic

Gay, bisexual men drive Georgia’s syphilis epidemic

Gay and bisexual men in Georgia are contracting syphilis at over 33 times the rate of others in the state, helping push Georgia near the top in new cases of sexually transmitted diseases.    READ MORE »

Board member speaks out as Atlanta Pride tries to oust him
News  |  Pride

Board member speaks out as Atlanta Pride tries to oust him

The Atlanta Pride Committee’s board of directors failed to force out a fellow member one day after he publicly raised concerns about the organization’s leadership and financial future.    READ MORE »

One gay man wins, two go to runoffs in Georgia elections
News  |  Politics

One gay man wins, two go to runoffs in Georgia elections

The Doraville City Council has a new LGBTQ member, and two other LGBTQ candidates are headed to December runoffs in municipal elections across the state.    READ MORE »

Condom Couture: Rubbers for a cause, but make it fashion

Condom Couture: Rubbers for a cause, but make it fashion

When fashions strut the runways in colorful, masquerade-themed looks made from condoms this weekend, they benefit Planned Parenthood and make a statement.    READ MORE »

Q’s 100th issue meets community champions and history makers

Q’s 100th issue meets community champions and history makers

Q celebrates two years since our decade-old website went into print and raised the bar on local LGBTQ coverage. For our next trick, we go twice monthly.    READ MORE »

 
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