Out singer Troye Sivan spotted in Midtown Atlanta

Out singer Troye Sivan spotted in Midtown Atlanta

Troye Sivan has taken up residence in Atlanta and is loving our Southern hospitality, according to the gay singer and his fans.    READ MORE »

U.S. House candidate in Atlanta compares gays to pedophiles

U.S. House candidate in Atlanta compares gays to pedophiles

A former reality star pardoned by President Trump compared LGBTQ people to pedophiles as she qualified to run for Congress in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

I love you, goodbye: How to break up with someone you love

I love you, goodbye: How to break up with someone you love

We've been together 28 years, and it needs to end. It’s hard to imagine life without them, but it's time to figure out, "I love you. Goodbye."    READ MORE »

Two anti-LGBTQ lawmakers retiring from Georgia legislature

Two anti-LGBTQ lawmakers retiring from Georgia legislature

Two voices behind some of the most virulently anti-LGTBQ legislation of recent years won't seek re-election to the Georgia Senate.    READ MORE »

Savannah school kicks trans student out of dance

Savannah school kicks trans student out of dance

A Savannah-area school removed a transgender girl from a Valentine’s Day dance for wearing makeup and a blouse that officials described as a “costume,” according to the girl’s mother.    READ MORE »

Front Runners moves queer Atlanta forward one step at a time

Front Runners moves queer Atlanta forward one step at a time

The club that hosts Pride Run marks its 30th anniversary, hot off their best fundraising year to help local LGBTQ and allied non-profits.    READ MORE »

‘Free speech’ bill discriminates against LGBTQ students, critics say

‘Free speech’ bill discriminates against LGBTQ students, critics say

The state university system, lawmakers and non-profits said a bill to "expand free speech" on college campuses can lead to discrimination.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Georgia Tech Cheerleading members are #squadgoals

LGBTQ Georgia Tech Cheerleading members are #squadgoals

They’re here. They're queer. They cheer. Georgia Tech cheerleaders include these three LGBTQ members and their out, proud coach.    READ MORE »

Gay civic activist enters state House race in Atlanta

Gay civic activist enters state House race in Atlanta

Josh McNair is running for the House District 56 seat in Atlanta to pass a hate crimes law, decriminalize HIV and fight anti-LGBTQ adoption bills.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Trixie Mattel, Randy Rainbow, the Nerdlesque goddesses and DJ de Felipe hit town, but you’re the star at three-dozen LGBTQ Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

Burlesque fundraiser returns to My Sister’s Room

Burlesque fundraiser returns to My Sister’s Room

The Queerly Beloved Revue burlesque troupe was back at My Sister’s Room on Saturday to round up cash to get to Vegas.    READ MORE »

City of Brookhaven paid anti-LGBTQ attorney $640,000

City of Brookhaven paid anti-LGBTQ attorney $640,000

The City of Brookhaven has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to an attorney who fought against marriage equality and transgender rights and is closely aligned with an anti-LGBTQ hate group.    READ MORE »

Find your niche among these 13 LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues, teams and fan groups

Find your niche among these 13 LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues, teams and fan groups

Queer jocks and fans run deep in Atlanta. If you want a team, league or group to join, Atlanta’s got indoor, outdoor, underwater options.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Beltline knocked for ‘terrible’ Chick-fil-A partnership

Atlanta Beltline knocked for ‘terrible’ Chick-fil-A partnership

The Atlanta Beltline announced a monthlong partnership with Chick-fil-A on Monday, igniting a flood of criticism on social media about the Atlanta-based restaurant chain’s anti-LGBTQ history.    READ MORE »

Queer jocks and fans lead Q magazine’s race into springtime

Queer jocks and fans lead Q magazine’s race into springtime

The first signs of spring in queer Atlanta each year include the torrent of activity in LGBTQ sports and Q's annual Spring Sports issue.    READ MORE »

Georgia queer history project launches in Carrollton

Georgia queer history project launches in Carrollton

The University of West Georgia has joined a multi-state effort to collect, preserve and protect the South’s often-overlooked LGBTQ history.    READ MORE »

Push for LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy grows in Macon

Push for LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy grows in Macon

A coalition of LGBTQ, social justice and civic groups in Macon plan to rally on Saturday for a comprehensive nondiscrimination ordinance.    READ MORE »

House music dominates Queen Butch party at Heretic

House music dominates Queen Butch party at Heretic

DJ Hector Romero came in town on Friday to serve up a hot night of house music for the masses at the Heretic.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta football league toasts new season in Grant Park

Queer Atlanta football league toasts new season in Grant Park

The National Flag Football League of Atlanta celebrated a record-breaking number of player signups at a spring season kickoff party at Pin & Proper on Friday.    READ MORE »

Meet the Atlanta queen competing on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 12

Meet the Atlanta queen competing on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 12

The new season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” has a dose of local flavor thanks to the presence of metro Atlanta queen Aiden Zhane among the cast members.    READ MORE »

 
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Out singer Troye Sivan spotted in Midtown Atlanta

Out singer Troye Sivan spotted in Midtown Atlanta

Troye Sivan has taken up residence in Atlanta and is loving our Southern hospitality, according to the gay singer and his fans.    READ MORE »

U.S. House candidate in Atlanta compares gays to pedophiles

U.S. House candidate in Atlanta compares gays to pedophiles

A former reality star pardoned by President Trump compared LGBTQ people to pedophiles as she qualified to run for Congress in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

I love you, goodbye: How to break up with someone you love

I love you, goodbye: How to break up with someone you love

We've been together 28 years, and it needs to end. It’s hard to imagine life without them, but it's time to figure out, "I love you. Goodbye."    READ MORE »

Two anti-LGBTQ lawmakers retiring from Georgia legislature

Two anti-LGBTQ lawmakers retiring from Georgia legislature

Two voices behind some of the most virulently anti-LGTBQ legislation of recent years won't seek re-election to the Georgia Senate.    READ MORE »

Savannah school kicks trans student out of dance

Savannah school kicks trans student out of dance

A Savannah-area school removed a transgender girl from a Valentine’s Day dance for wearing makeup and a blouse that officials described as a “costume,” according to the girl’s mother.    READ MORE »

Front Runners moves queer Atlanta forward one step at a time

Front Runners moves queer Atlanta forward one step at a time

The club that hosts Pride Run marks its 30th anniversary, hot off their best fundraising year to help local LGBTQ and allied non-profits.    READ MORE »

‘Free speech’ bill discriminates against LGBTQ students, critics say

‘Free speech’ bill discriminates against LGBTQ students, critics say

The state university system, lawmakers and non-profits said a bill to "expand free speech" on college campuses can lead to discrimination.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Georgia Tech Cheerleading members are #squadgoals

LGBTQ Georgia Tech Cheerleading members are #squadgoals

They’re here. They're queer. They cheer. Georgia Tech cheerleaders include these three LGBTQ members and their out, proud coach.    READ MORE »

Gay civic activist enters state House race in Atlanta

Gay civic activist enters state House race in Atlanta

Josh McNair is running for the House District 56 seat in Atlanta to pass a hate crimes law, decriminalize HIV and fight anti-LGBTQ adoption bills.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Trixie Mattel, Randy Rainbow, the Nerdlesque goddesses and DJ de Felipe hit town, but you’re the star at three-dozen LGBTQ Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

Burlesque fundraiser returns to My Sister’s Room

Burlesque fundraiser returns to My Sister’s Room

The Queerly Beloved Revue burlesque troupe was back at My Sister’s Room on Saturday to round up cash to get to Vegas.    READ MORE »

City of Brookhaven paid anti-LGBTQ attorney $640,000

City of Brookhaven paid anti-LGBTQ attorney $640,000

The City of Brookhaven has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to an attorney who fought against marriage equality and transgender rights and is closely aligned with an anti-LGBTQ hate group.    READ MORE »

Find your niche among these 13 LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues, teams and fan groups

Find your niche among these 13 LGBTQ Atlanta sports leagues, teams and fan groups

Queer jocks and fans run deep in Atlanta. If you want a team, league or group to join, Atlanta’s got indoor, outdoor, underwater options.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Beltline knocked for ‘terrible’ Chick-fil-A partnership

Atlanta Beltline knocked for ‘terrible’ Chick-fil-A partnership

The Atlanta Beltline announced a monthlong partnership with Chick-fil-A on Monday, igniting a flood of criticism on social media about the Atlanta-based restaurant chain’s anti-LGBTQ history.    READ MORE »

Queer jocks and fans lead Q magazine’s race into springtime

Queer jocks and fans lead Q magazine’s race into springtime

The first signs of spring in queer Atlanta each year include the torrent of activity in LGBTQ sports and Q's annual Spring Sports issue.    READ MORE »

Georgia queer history project launches in Carrollton

Georgia queer history project launches in Carrollton

The University of West Georgia has joined a multi-state effort to collect, preserve and protect the South’s often-overlooked LGBTQ history.    READ MORE »

Push for LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy grows in Macon

Push for LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy grows in Macon

A coalition of LGBTQ, social justice and civic groups in Macon plan to rally on Saturday for a comprehensive nondiscrimination ordinance.    READ MORE »

House music dominates Queen Butch party at Heretic

House music dominates Queen Butch party at Heretic

DJ Hector Romero came in town on Friday to serve up a hot night of house music for the masses at the Heretic.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta football league toasts new season in Grant Park

Queer Atlanta football league toasts new season in Grant Park

The National Flag Football League of Atlanta celebrated a record-breaking number of player signups at a spring season kickoff party at Pin & Proper on Friday.    READ MORE »

Meet the Atlanta queen competing on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 12

Meet the Atlanta queen competing on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 12

The new season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” has a dose of local flavor thanks to the presence of metro Atlanta queen Aiden Zhane among the cast members.    READ MORE »

 
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