The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Mommy issues take center stage in the Queer Agenda calendar, as Mother’s Day presses pause on some LGBTQ Atlanta events, presses play on others for a good time to be had by all.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ lawmakers: Abortion ban a ‘death sentence’ for Georgia women

LGBTQ lawmakers: Abortion ban a ‘death sentence’ for Georgia women

LGBTQ lawmakers vowed to hold Gov. Brian Kemp accountable for signing an abortion ban into law, saying that he 'failed the women of Georgia.'    READ MORE »

Swinging Richards ‘will be here for years’ despite bankruptcy

Swinging Richards ‘will be here for years’ despite bankruptcy

The owner of Swinging Richards said the club’s dancers are 'among the highest paid strippers in America' and that the club will remain open while undergoing bankruptcy proceedings.    READ MORE »

Q finds inspiration in local queer music, issues and events

Q finds inspiration in local queer music, issues and events

While others search for LGBTQ news and views in far-flung places or from national sources, Q is here with a thriving crop of local queer fodder to keep you interested and motivated.    READ MORE »

Swinging Richards files for bankruptcy with $1.6 million in debts

Swinging Richards files for bankruptcy with $1.6 million in debts

Swinging Richards has filed for bankruptcy protection and a Go Fund Me account has been created to raise $1 million to cover the gay strip club’s legal fees.    READ MORE »

Transgender fire chief comes out in Middle Georgia

Transgender fire chief comes out in Middle Georgia

Rachel Mosby – fire chief in Byron, Ga., for more than a decade – is happier than she’s ever been. She traces it to a significant step in her life – coming out as transgender.    READ MORE »

Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer serves ‘No Intermission’

Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer serves ‘No Intermission’

Amanda Palmer might make you cry when she performs in Atlanta, but the out performer, best known as half of the uber-creative Dresden Dolls, is polite enough to bring hankies.    READ MORE »

BJ Roosters boys suds up for charity car wash

BJ Roosters boys suds up for charity car wash

LGBTQ Atlanta has tons of different fundraisers, but the one at BJ Roosters on Saturday stood out from the pack.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates equality, honors heroes at HRC gala
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LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates equality, honors heroes at HRC gala

U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath vowed to keep Georgia’s 6th Congressional District in pro-LGBTQ hands on Saturday at the 32nd Annual HRC Atlanta Gala Dinner & Auction.    READ MORE »

My ex drained me dry, and now he’s everywhere I go

My ex drained me dry, and now he’s everywhere I go

'My friends are the only thing I have after all the trauma I’ve been through, so I can’t drop them despite his proximity to them when I go out. Avoiding him is impossible. I'm so triggered.'    READ MORE »

Wussy debuts latest release at East Atlanta tea dance

Wussy debuts latest release at East Atlanta tea dance

Wussy marked the release of volume 6 of its magazine with a tea dance and release party at Banshee in East Atlanta Village.    READ MORE »

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ star Yvie Oddly hits MSR

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ star Yvie Oddly hits MSR

The crew of queer creatives at Wussy brought in the perfect host to kick off their new party Odd Ball at My Sister’s Room.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball jocks rock the Mr. HSL contest

Hotlanta Softball jocks rock the Mr. HSL contest

The Hotlanta Softball League’s annual Mr. HSL contest is always a good time, and this year’s bash at Heretic came through as usual.    READ MORE »

Kemp signs bill creating PrEP trial program in Georgia

Kemp signs bill creating PrEP trial program in Georgia

Gov. Brian Kemp signed a package of healthcare bills into law, including one that creates a pilot program to provide PrEP to people at high risk of contracting HIV.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s queer Cinco celebrations vie for a slot on your agenda

Atlanta’s queer Cinco celebrations vie for a slot on your agenda

Gird your loins, siblings. This weekend is about to go off for Cinco de Mayo. In addition to the reliably awesome Las Margaritas, you can count on a good time all over queer Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Felix Maritaud goes ‘Sauvage’ exploring life of gay sex worker

Felix Maritaud goes ‘Sauvage’ exploring life of gay sex worker

The new film Sauvage (“Wild”) quickly becomes a stunning character study. Meet Felix Maritaud, who stars as Leo, a 22-year-old gay hustler in the film opening May 3 in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Asian Atlantans share their battles with invisibility, stereotypes

LGBTQ Asian Atlantans share their battles with invisibility, stereotypes

Asian Americans are the fastest growing demographic in the U.S., but the LGBTQ members of that ethnic group in Atlanta continue to fight unique challenges and avoid 'getting lost.'    READ MORE »

QMed ‘revolutionizing care for transgender people in the South’
Q magazine  |  Q&A

QMed ‘revolutionizing care for transgender people in the South’

When Izzy Lowell moved from Massachusetts to Atlanta in 2013, the gender nonconforming physician noticed limited healthcare options for transgender people. The doctor is in.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s the Gay Agenda calendar’s world, and we’re just living in it. The month of May descends on the LGBTQ-ATL with a whirlwind of events, and all we can do is submit.    READ MORE »

Tokyo Valentino fights ‘fatally defective’ case in federal court

Tokyo Valentino fights ‘fatally defective’ case in federal court

Attorneys for Tokyo Valentino squared off against the City of Atlanta, arguing in federal court that an injunction against the adult superstore was “fatally defective.”    READ MORE »

 
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The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Mommy issues take center stage in the Queer Agenda calendar, as Mother’s Day presses pause on some LGBTQ Atlanta events, presses play on others for a good time to be had by all.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ lawmakers: Abortion ban a ‘death sentence’ for Georgia women

LGBTQ lawmakers: Abortion ban a ‘death sentence’ for Georgia women

LGBTQ lawmakers vowed to hold Gov. Brian Kemp accountable for signing an abortion ban into law, saying that he 'failed the women of Georgia.'    READ MORE »

Swinging Richards ‘will be here for years’ despite bankruptcy

Swinging Richards ‘will be here for years’ despite bankruptcy

The owner of Swinging Richards said the club’s dancers are 'among the highest paid strippers in America' and that the club will remain open while undergoing bankruptcy proceedings.    READ MORE »

Q finds inspiration in local queer music, issues and events

Q finds inspiration in local queer music, issues and events

While others search for LGBTQ news and views in far-flung places or from national sources, Q is here with a thriving crop of local queer fodder to keep you interested and motivated.    READ MORE »

Swinging Richards files for bankruptcy with $1.6 million in debts

Swinging Richards files for bankruptcy with $1.6 million in debts

Swinging Richards has filed for bankruptcy protection and a Go Fund Me account has been created to raise $1 million to cover the gay strip club’s legal fees.    READ MORE »

Transgender fire chief comes out in Middle Georgia

Transgender fire chief comes out in Middle Georgia

Rachel Mosby – fire chief in Byron, Ga., for more than a decade – is happier than she’s ever been. She traces it to a significant step in her life – coming out as transgender.    READ MORE »

Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer serves ‘No Intermission’

Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer serves ‘No Intermission’

Amanda Palmer might make you cry when she performs in Atlanta, but the out performer, best known as half of the uber-creative Dresden Dolls, is polite enough to bring hankies.    READ MORE »

BJ Roosters boys suds up for charity car wash

BJ Roosters boys suds up for charity car wash

LGBTQ Atlanta has tons of different fundraisers, but the one at BJ Roosters on Saturday stood out from the pack.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates equality, honors heroes at HRC gala
photos  |  News

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates equality, honors heroes at HRC gala

U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath vowed to keep Georgia’s 6th Congressional District in pro-LGBTQ hands on Saturday at the 32nd Annual HRC Atlanta Gala Dinner & Auction.    READ MORE »

My ex drained me dry, and now he’s everywhere I go

My ex drained me dry, and now he’s everywhere I go

'My friends are the only thing I have after all the trauma I’ve been through, so I can’t drop them despite his proximity to them when I go out. Avoiding him is impossible. I'm so triggered.'    READ MORE »

Wussy debuts latest release at East Atlanta tea dance

Wussy debuts latest release at East Atlanta tea dance

Wussy marked the release of volume 6 of its magazine with a tea dance and release party at Banshee in East Atlanta Village.    READ MORE »

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ star Yvie Oddly hits MSR

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ star Yvie Oddly hits MSR

The crew of queer creatives at Wussy brought in the perfect host to kick off their new party Odd Ball at My Sister’s Room.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball jocks rock the Mr. HSL contest

Hotlanta Softball jocks rock the Mr. HSL contest

The Hotlanta Softball League’s annual Mr. HSL contest is always a good time, and this year’s bash at Heretic came through as usual.    READ MORE »

Kemp signs bill creating PrEP trial program in Georgia

Kemp signs bill creating PrEP trial program in Georgia

Gov. Brian Kemp signed a package of healthcare bills into law, including one that creates a pilot program to provide PrEP to people at high risk of contracting HIV.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s queer Cinco celebrations vie for a slot on your agenda

Atlanta’s queer Cinco celebrations vie for a slot on your agenda

Gird your loins, siblings. This weekend is about to go off for Cinco de Mayo. In addition to the reliably awesome Las Margaritas, you can count on a good time all over queer Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Felix Maritaud goes ‘Sauvage’ exploring life of gay sex worker

Felix Maritaud goes ‘Sauvage’ exploring life of gay sex worker

The new film Sauvage (“Wild”) quickly becomes a stunning character study. Meet Felix Maritaud, who stars as Leo, a 22-year-old gay hustler in the film opening May 3 in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Asian Atlantans share their battles with invisibility, stereotypes

LGBTQ Asian Atlantans share their battles with invisibility, stereotypes

Asian Americans are the fastest growing demographic in the U.S., but the LGBTQ members of that ethnic group in Atlanta continue to fight unique challenges and avoid 'getting lost.'    READ MORE »

QMed ‘revolutionizing care for transgender people in the South’
Q magazine  |  Q&A

QMed ‘revolutionizing care for transgender people in the South’

When Izzy Lowell moved from Massachusetts to Atlanta in 2013, the gender nonconforming physician noticed limited healthcare options for transgender people. The doctor is in.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s the Gay Agenda calendar’s world, and we’re just living in it. The month of May descends on the LGBTQ-ATL with a whirlwind of events, and all we can do is submit.    READ MORE »

Tokyo Valentino fights ‘fatally defective’ case in federal court

Tokyo Valentino fights ‘fatally defective’ case in federal court

Attorneys for Tokyo Valentino squared off against the City of Atlanta, arguing in federal court that an injunction against the adult superstore was “fatally defective.”    READ MORE »

 
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