‘Drag Race’ winner Aquaria gets ‘sprung’ at latest Wussy party

‘Drag Race’ winner Aquaria gets ‘sprung’ at latest Wussy party

Aquaria took the crown in Season 10 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and she came to town on Saturday for a victory lap.    READ MORE »

Miss Sophia returning to air on LGBTQ Atlanta radio station

Miss Sophia returning to air on LGBTQ Atlanta radio station

Popular Atlanta drag queen Miss Sophia is making her return to radio three months after being dropped as a cast member from V-103’s popular “Frank & Wanda in the Morning” show.    READ MORE »

Thuy Nguyen slings drinks, spreads love on queer Atlanta nightlife

Thuy Nguyen slings drinks, spreads love on queer Atlanta nightlife

Thuy Nguyen (pronounced “twee win”) is a queer Atlanta bartending veteran with serious skills. In fact, her expertise comes with a crown.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

In like a lion, now March is out like a lamb with three days of LGBTQ Atlanta events. Parties, plays, people and Pride are everywhere we turn in this week's Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

DJ Nina Flowers turns BJ Roosters neon

DJ Nina Flowers turns BJ Roosters neon

DJ Nina Flowers from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” was in town on Saturday to transform a stalwart nightspot into a glowing Gomorrah.    READ MORE »

Fulton cancels Drag Queen Storytime at Alpharetta library

Fulton cancels Drag Queen Storytime at Alpharetta library

Fulton County refuses to say why it pulled the plug on a Drag Queen Storytime event scheduled for April in Alpharetta.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker kills LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill

Georgia lawmaker kills LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill

A Senate committee chairman assured that Georgia will wait at least another year before leaving the ranks of the only five states in the nation without a hate crimes law.    READ MORE »

Gwinnett teachers suspended for mocking boy’s sexuality

Gwinnett teachers suspended for mocking boy’s sexuality

Two Gwinnett County school teachers were suspended after they repeatedly teased a 14-year-old boy about his sexuality in front of his entire class.    READ MORE »

How Trump Era realities pushed ‘Angry Fags’ over the edge

How Trump Era realities pushed ‘Angry Fags’ over the edge

When Topher Payne’s dark comedy Angry Fags debuted in 2013, its good gays gone bad hit close to home, but it still felt like a stretch. Not any more.    READ MORE »

New Q hits the clubs and theaters to meet fab queer Atlantans

New Q hits the clubs and theaters to meet fab queer Atlantans

You can always tell it’s springtime in queer Atlanta. No, certainly not by the uncertain weather, but by the abundant stuff available for us to get out and do.    READ MORE »

The Black Madonna came to slay Heretic

The Black Madonna came to slay Heretic

The much-anticipated set by DJ wunderkind The Black Madonna was that sound you heard blowing minds on Cheshire Bridge Road on Friday night.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmakers kill bill expanding access to HIV meds

Georgia lawmakers kill bill expanding access to HIV meds

A bill making it easier for HIV-positive Medicaid recipients to receive the most effective medications is now dead, thanks in part to its $12 million cost to the state of Georgia.    READ MORE »

Bulldogs staying put in Midtown despite towering new neighbors

Bulldogs staying put in Midtown despite towering new neighbors

New skyrise apartment towers will soon surround Bulldogs, but the owner of the popular Midtown gay bar says he has “no plans whatsoever” to sell and leave his prime Peachtree Street property.    READ MORE »

Stereotyping: Every queer’s a victim and most are perpetrators too

Stereotyping: Every queer’s a victim and most are perpetrators too

As a gay man, I’ve been the victim of stereotyping on more than one occasion, as a great home designer, floral designer and quite the fashionista. I am none of those.    READ MORE »

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber mingles in West Midtown

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber mingles in West Midtown

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce hosted its latest networking soiree at King Plow Arts Center.    READ MORE »

Georgia legislature passes needle exchange bill to combat HIV

Georgia legislature passes needle exchange bill to combat HIV

Gov. Brian Kemp will now decide the fate of a Republican-sponsored bill that creates a needle exchange program that could help reduce HIV rates in Georgia.    READ MORE »

Gay lawmaker chatting on phone, cruising alone in HOV

Gay lawmaker chatting on phone, cruising alone in HOV

State Rep. Sam Park got a dose of social media justice after being spotted violating Georgia’s ban on holding your cell phone while driving – all while driving alone in an HOV lane.    READ MORE »

Even the best unsolicited advice is still best kept to yourself

Even the best unsolicited advice is still best kept to yourself

One friend never fails to try and fix other people's problems. Another closest friend is believed to be either bipolar or on the spectrum. Here's to well meaning friends who think they're "helping."    READ MORE »

Queer softball jocks hit Mama’s for post-game margarita bust
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Queer softball jocks hit Mama’s for post-game margarita bust

The LGBTQ players of the Hotlanta Softball League worked hard on the field, then played hard off of it on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Chick-fil-A keeps donating to anti-LGBTQ groups, youth home in Ga.

Chick-fil-A keeps donating to anti-LGBTQ groups, youth home in Ga.

Chick-fil-A is under fire again after newly released tax filings show the Atlanta-based chicken giant donated $1.8 million to anti-LGBTQ organizations in 2017.    READ MORE »

 
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‘Drag Race’ winner Aquaria gets ‘sprung’ at latest Wussy party

‘Drag Race’ winner Aquaria gets ‘sprung’ at latest Wussy party

Aquaria took the crown in Season 10 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and she came to town on Saturday for a victory lap.    READ MORE »

Miss Sophia returning to air on LGBTQ Atlanta radio station

Miss Sophia returning to air on LGBTQ Atlanta radio station

Popular Atlanta drag queen Miss Sophia is making her return to radio three months after being dropped as a cast member from V-103’s popular “Frank & Wanda in the Morning” show.    READ MORE »

Thuy Nguyen slings drinks, spreads love on queer Atlanta nightlife

Thuy Nguyen slings drinks, spreads love on queer Atlanta nightlife

Thuy Nguyen (pronounced “twee win”) is a queer Atlanta bartending veteran with serious skills. In fact, her expertise comes with a crown.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

In like a lion, now March is out like a lamb with three days of LGBTQ Atlanta events. Parties, plays, people and Pride are everywhere we turn in this week's Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

DJ Nina Flowers turns BJ Roosters neon

DJ Nina Flowers turns BJ Roosters neon

DJ Nina Flowers from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” was in town on Saturday to transform a stalwart nightspot into a glowing Gomorrah.    READ MORE »

Fulton cancels Drag Queen Storytime at Alpharetta library

Fulton cancels Drag Queen Storytime at Alpharetta library

Fulton County refuses to say why it pulled the plug on a Drag Queen Storytime event scheduled for April in Alpharetta.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker kills LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill

Georgia lawmaker kills LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes bill

A Senate committee chairman assured that Georgia will wait at least another year before leaving the ranks of the only five states in the nation without a hate crimes law.    READ MORE »

Gwinnett teachers suspended for mocking boy’s sexuality

Gwinnett teachers suspended for mocking boy’s sexuality

Two Gwinnett County school teachers were suspended after they repeatedly teased a 14-year-old boy about his sexuality in front of his entire class.    READ MORE »

How Trump Era realities pushed ‘Angry Fags’ over the edge

How Trump Era realities pushed ‘Angry Fags’ over the edge

When Topher Payne’s dark comedy Angry Fags debuted in 2013, its good gays gone bad hit close to home, but it still felt like a stretch. Not any more.    READ MORE »

New Q hits the clubs and theaters to meet fab queer Atlantans

New Q hits the clubs and theaters to meet fab queer Atlantans

You can always tell it’s springtime in queer Atlanta. No, certainly not by the uncertain weather, but by the abundant stuff available for us to get out and do.    READ MORE »

The Black Madonna came to slay Heretic

The Black Madonna came to slay Heretic

The much-anticipated set by DJ wunderkind The Black Madonna was that sound you heard blowing minds on Cheshire Bridge Road on Friday night.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmakers kill bill expanding access to HIV meds

Georgia lawmakers kill bill expanding access to HIV meds

A bill making it easier for HIV-positive Medicaid recipients to receive the most effective medications is now dead, thanks in part to its $12 million cost to the state of Georgia.    READ MORE »

Bulldogs staying put in Midtown despite towering new neighbors

Bulldogs staying put in Midtown despite towering new neighbors

New skyrise apartment towers will soon surround Bulldogs, but the owner of the popular Midtown gay bar says he has “no plans whatsoever” to sell and leave his prime Peachtree Street property.    READ MORE »

Stereotyping: Every queer’s a victim and most are perpetrators too

Stereotyping: Every queer’s a victim and most are perpetrators too

As a gay man, I’ve been the victim of stereotyping on more than one occasion, as a great home designer, floral designer and quite the fashionista. I am none of those.    READ MORE »

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber mingles in West Midtown

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber mingles in West Midtown

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce hosted its latest networking soiree at King Plow Arts Center.    READ MORE »

Georgia legislature passes needle exchange bill to combat HIV

Georgia legislature passes needle exchange bill to combat HIV

Gov. Brian Kemp will now decide the fate of a Republican-sponsored bill that creates a needle exchange program that could help reduce HIV rates in Georgia.    READ MORE »

Gay lawmaker chatting on phone, cruising alone in HOV

Gay lawmaker chatting on phone, cruising alone in HOV

State Rep. Sam Park got a dose of social media justice after being spotted violating Georgia’s ban on holding your cell phone while driving – all while driving alone in an HOV lane.    READ MORE »

Even the best unsolicited advice is still best kept to yourself

Even the best unsolicited advice is still best kept to yourself

One friend never fails to try and fix other people's problems. Another closest friend is believed to be either bipolar or on the spectrum. Here's to well meaning friends who think they're "helping."    READ MORE »

Queer softball jocks hit Mama’s for post-game margarita bust
photos  |  Sports

Queer softball jocks hit Mama’s for post-game margarita bust

The LGBTQ players of the Hotlanta Softball League worked hard on the field, then played hard off of it on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Chick-fil-A keeps donating to anti-LGBTQ groups, youth home in Ga.

Chick-fil-A keeps donating to anti-LGBTQ groups, youth home in Ga.

Chick-fil-A is under fire again after newly released tax filings show the Atlanta-based chicken giant donated $1.8 million to anti-LGBTQ organizations in 2017.    READ MORE »

 
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