Atlanta gives $600,000 to non-profit to boost HIV housing efforts

Atlanta gives $600,000 to non-profit to boost HIV housing efforts

One of Atlanta’s oldest non-profit groups will take over a major function of the city’s housing program for people with HIV from a recently-shuttered agency.    READ MORE »

Out actor Scott Evans explores a fizzling relationship in ‘Sell By’

Out actor Scott Evans explores a fizzling relationship in ‘Sell By’

Does queer love have an expiration date? What happens when your relationship that’s lost its spark, and your support network is crumbling around you? Out on Film asks the hard questions in 'Sell By.'    READ MORE »

Prep for Pride and beyond on National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day

Prep for Pride and beyond on National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day

National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day is Sept. 27. In addition to several local commemorations and events, guys can get in on this discussion to squash shame, quash anxiety, and move beyond "risk."    READ MORE »

Atlanta businesses join Lyft’s queer clothing drive for Pride
News  |  Pride

Atlanta businesses join Lyft’s queer clothing drive for Pride

Lyft is collecting clothing donations throughout the city for a transgender and gender non-conforming clothing swap to be held at its booth during Atlanta Pride.    READ MORE »

Fired gay Georgia man at center of landmark U.S. Supreme Court case

Fired gay Georgia man at center of landmark U.S. Supreme Court case

A Doraville man fired for being gay says he’s ready to clear his name and help change the face of LGBTQ employment protections at an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court hearing.    READ MORE »

Step into the Q Spotlight of Out on Film’s annual festival

Step into the Q Spotlight of Out on Film’s annual festival

Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival holds a special place in Q hearts. Get ready for 126 screenings, where we can count on the festival for quality content in genres for an array of LGBTQ audiences.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Out on Film, Atlanta AIDS Walk and Wussy Prom headline the weekend, but that’s not nearly all the LGBTQ event trouble you can get into. Start scrolling the Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

AIDS Walk toasts supporters on way to Sunday’s big event
News  |  photos

AIDS Walk toasts supporters on way to Sunday’s big event

Entertainers Luna Searles and RJ Helton brought their vocal chops to “Cabaret & Cabernet” on Wednesday as organizers of the upcoming AIDS Walk Atlanta & Music Festival thanked VIP supporters.    READ MORE »

Get tested for free at these spots on Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day

Get tested for free at these spots on Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day

The City of Atlanta, non-profits and county boards of health will offer free HIV tests and PrEP education as part of National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.    READ MORE »

Federal investigation targets Atlanta’s HIV housing program

Federal investigation targets Atlanta’s HIV housing program

The City of Atlanta’s beleaguered housing program for low-income people with HIV is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, according to the AJC.    READ MORE »

Q’s Out on Film issue finds local LGBTQ stars raising the bar

Q’s Out on Film issue finds local LGBTQ stars raising the bar

Complacency may be the biggest threat to stall LGBTQ equality, so this week’s Q magazine finds queers not content to rest on their laurels. The Out on Film festival sets the tone.    READ MORE »

Bi+ Bar Crawl benefits Atlanta Pride in Midtown

Bi+ Bar Crawl benefits Atlanta Pride in Midtown

Three Midtown bars and restaurants saluted the LGBTQ spectrum by taking part in the Bi+ Bar Crawl on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta suds up for BJ Roosters foam party

Queer Atlanta suds up for BJ Roosters foam party

BJ Roosters invited LGBTQ Atlanta to dance with the club’s go-go boys in a foam-soaked Friday night party.    READ MORE »

AIDS Walk veterans: ‘HIV has not gone away’ in Atlanta

AIDS Walk veterans: ‘HIV has not gone away’ in Atlanta

Two AIDS Walk Atlanta veterans with more than 40 walks between them say they continue to take part because of those lost to the disease and those still at risk.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlantans raise $10,000 for Teresa Tomlinson’s Senate bid
News  |  Politics

LGBTQ Atlantans raise $10,000 for Teresa Tomlinson’s Senate bid

Teresa Tomlinson’s race to unseat David Perdue in the U.S. Senate got a boost from several LGBTQ donors at a Midtown Atlanta fundraiser.    READ MORE »

Queers beating ourselves up over those ‘other’ STDs that aren’t HIV

Queers beating ourselves up over those ‘other’ STDs that aren’t HIV

"I tested positive for HSV-2. Two weeks later, I’m still trying to wrap my head around it. There’s so much emphasis on HIV that when I started PrEP, it created a false sense of security."    READ MORE »

Atlanta woman: Delta employee scrawled ‘sodomite’ on luggage

Atlanta woman: Delta employee scrawled ‘sodomite’ on luggage

A straight Atlanta woman claims that a Delta employee wrote an anti-LGBTQ slur on her rainbow-colored luggage tag.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gay chamber salutes business leaders at gala dinner

Atlanta gay chamber salutes business leaders at gala dinner

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce honored LGBTQ business leaders and corporate allies and announced a name change at its gala dinner on Friday.    READ MORE »

Noah’s Arc stars reunite for Out on Film’s ‘From Zero to I Love You’
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  out on film

Noah’s Arc stars reunite for Out on Film’s ‘From Zero to I Love You’

Doug Spearman's new film with actor Darryl Stephens, "From Zero to I Love You" completes a 20-plus year journey to the screen when it plays the Out on Film festival on Sept. 27.    READ MORE »

Cowtippers demolished to make way for new bank

Cowtippers demolished to make way for new bank

Cowtippers – a popular LGBTQ haunt for 25 years – met its maker on Saturday, with heavy-duty construction equipment reducing the building to a pile of rubble in a matter of hours.    READ MORE »

 
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Atlanta gives $600,000 to non-profit to boost HIV housing efforts

Atlanta gives $600,000 to non-profit to boost HIV housing efforts

One of Atlanta’s oldest non-profit groups will take over a major function of the city’s housing program for people with HIV from a recently-shuttered agency.    READ MORE »

Out actor Scott Evans explores a fizzling relationship in ‘Sell By’

Out actor Scott Evans explores a fizzling relationship in ‘Sell By’

Does queer love have an expiration date? What happens when your relationship that’s lost its spark, and your support network is crumbling around you? Out on Film asks the hard questions in 'Sell By.'    READ MORE »

Prep for Pride and beyond on National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day

Prep for Pride and beyond on National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day

National Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day is Sept. 27. In addition to several local commemorations and events, guys can get in on this discussion to squash shame, quash anxiety, and move beyond "risk."    READ MORE »

Atlanta businesses join Lyft’s queer clothing drive for Pride
News  |  Pride

Atlanta businesses join Lyft’s queer clothing drive for Pride

Lyft is collecting clothing donations throughout the city for a transgender and gender non-conforming clothing swap to be held at its booth during Atlanta Pride.    READ MORE »

Fired gay Georgia man at center of landmark U.S. Supreme Court case

Fired gay Georgia man at center of landmark U.S. Supreme Court case

A Doraville man fired for being gay says he’s ready to clear his name and help change the face of LGBTQ employment protections at an upcoming U.S. Supreme Court hearing.    READ MORE »

Step into the Q Spotlight of Out on Film’s annual festival

Step into the Q Spotlight of Out on Film’s annual festival

Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival holds a special place in Q hearts. Get ready for 126 screenings, where we can count on the festival for quality content in genres for an array of LGBTQ audiences.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Out on Film, Atlanta AIDS Walk and Wussy Prom headline the weekend, but that’s not nearly all the LGBTQ event trouble you can get into. Start scrolling the Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

AIDS Walk toasts supporters on way to Sunday’s big event
News  |  photos

AIDS Walk toasts supporters on way to Sunday’s big event

Entertainers Luna Searles and RJ Helton brought their vocal chops to “Cabaret & Cabernet” on Wednesday as organizers of the upcoming AIDS Walk Atlanta & Music Festival thanked VIP supporters.    READ MORE »

Get tested for free at these spots on Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day

Get tested for free at these spots on Gay Men’s HIV Awareness Day

The City of Atlanta, non-profits and county boards of health will offer free HIV tests and PrEP education as part of National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day.    READ MORE »

Federal investigation targets Atlanta’s HIV housing program

Federal investigation targets Atlanta’s HIV housing program

The City of Atlanta’s beleaguered housing program for low-income people with HIV is being investigated by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development, according to the AJC.    READ MORE »

Q’s Out on Film issue finds local LGBTQ stars raising the bar

Q’s Out on Film issue finds local LGBTQ stars raising the bar

Complacency may be the biggest threat to stall LGBTQ equality, so this week’s Q magazine finds queers not content to rest on their laurels. The Out on Film festival sets the tone.    READ MORE »

Bi+ Bar Crawl benefits Atlanta Pride in Midtown

Bi+ Bar Crawl benefits Atlanta Pride in Midtown

Three Midtown bars and restaurants saluted the LGBTQ spectrum by taking part in the Bi+ Bar Crawl on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta suds up for BJ Roosters foam party

Queer Atlanta suds up for BJ Roosters foam party

BJ Roosters invited LGBTQ Atlanta to dance with the club’s go-go boys in a foam-soaked Friday night party.    READ MORE »

AIDS Walk veterans: ‘HIV has not gone away’ in Atlanta

AIDS Walk veterans: ‘HIV has not gone away’ in Atlanta

Two AIDS Walk Atlanta veterans with more than 40 walks between them say they continue to take part because of those lost to the disease and those still at risk.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlantans raise $10,000 for Teresa Tomlinson’s Senate bid
News  |  Politics

LGBTQ Atlantans raise $10,000 for Teresa Tomlinson’s Senate bid

Teresa Tomlinson’s race to unseat David Perdue in the U.S. Senate got a boost from several LGBTQ donors at a Midtown Atlanta fundraiser.    READ MORE »

Queers beating ourselves up over those ‘other’ STDs that aren’t HIV

Queers beating ourselves up over those ‘other’ STDs that aren’t HIV

"I tested positive for HSV-2. Two weeks later, I’m still trying to wrap my head around it. There’s so much emphasis on HIV that when I started PrEP, it created a false sense of security."    READ MORE »

Atlanta woman: Delta employee scrawled ‘sodomite’ on luggage

Atlanta woman: Delta employee scrawled ‘sodomite’ on luggage

A straight Atlanta woman claims that a Delta employee wrote an anti-LGBTQ slur on her rainbow-colored luggage tag.    READ MORE »

Atlanta gay chamber salutes business leaders at gala dinner

Atlanta gay chamber salutes business leaders at gala dinner

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce honored LGBTQ business leaders and corporate allies and announced a name change at its gala dinner on Friday.    READ MORE »

Noah’s Arc stars reunite for Out on Film’s ‘From Zero to I Love You’
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  out on film

Noah’s Arc stars reunite for Out on Film’s ‘From Zero to I Love You’

Doug Spearman's new film with actor Darryl Stephens, "From Zero to I Love You" completes a 20-plus year journey to the screen when it plays the Out on Film festival on Sept. 27.    READ MORE »

Cowtippers demolished to make way for new bank

Cowtippers demolished to make way for new bank

Cowtippers – a popular LGBTQ haunt for 25 years – met its maker on Saturday, with heavy-duty construction equipment reducing the building to a pile of rubble in a matter of hours.    READ MORE »

 
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