Matteo calling: Multi-talented funny man returns to Atlanta
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Matteo calling: Multi-talented funny man returns to Atlanta

Comic Matteo Lane has been tearing it up on Comedy Central, a podcast and Instagram. He's back in Atlanta for three nights of comedy.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

From drag DJs and DILFs to make-out parties and an out gay Super Bowl coach, plus everything in between, it's the Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

Alex Wan endorsed by Victory Fund in state House race
News  |  Politics

Alex Wan endorsed by Victory Fund in state House race

Former Atlanta City Councilmember Alex Wan nabbed the endorsement of the Victory Fund in a competitive race to replace state Rep. Pat Gardner in House District 57.    READ MORE »

Meet the queer commissioner shaking up Athens-Clarke County
News  |  Politics

Meet the queer commissioner shaking up Athens-Clarke County

Mariah Parker won a seat on the Athens-Clarke County Commission by just 13 votes in 2018, and the queer activist and hip-hop artist doesn’t expect any challengers when she runs again in May.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta artist Riley Mayhem creates her own niche
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Queer Atlanta artist Riley Mayhem creates her own niche

How Riley Mayhem developed a method of creating paper portraits, made the leap to become a working artist, then impressed City Hall.    READ MORE »

Q hosts LGBTQ Atlanta comedy, tragedy, politics and art this week

Q hosts LGBTQ Atlanta comedy, tragedy, politics and art this week

Q packs a patchwork of people, places, plans and ponderable points of view into this week's snapshot of queer Atlanta culture.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates Ruby Redd’s 20th dragiversary

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates Ruby Redd’s 20th dragiversary

Queer Atlanta came out to honor Ruby Redd as she celebrated 20 years of drag mayhem on Sunday at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

Festival coordinators quit as Atlanta Pride resignations continue
News  |  Pride

Festival coordinators quit as Atlanta Pride resignations continue

Two longtime Atlanta Pride Committee members resigned as the non-profit manages the ongoing departures of board members, staff and committee members leading into its 50th annual event.    READ MORE »

Leather & Lace brings the kink to Atlanta Eagle

Leather & Lace brings the kink to Atlanta Eagle

The Leather & Lace show was back on Saturday at the Atlanta Eagle with all the pageantry and kink that people could handle.    READ MORE »

Georgia faith leaders call for LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes law

Georgia faith leaders call for LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes law

A prominent faith leader was among elected officials and other religious leaders who urged lawmakers in Georgia to join 46 other states across the U.S. and finally pass a hate crimes bill.    READ MORE »

DJ Milty Evans heats up Heretic jock party

DJ Milty Evans heats up Heretic jock party

The beats were hot and the clothing was scant as a jock/underwear party returned to the Heretic on Friday night.    READ MORE »

Oops! My neo-lib parents are totally racist

Oops! My neo-lib parents are totally racist

They accepted you being gay, but when you bring home a Latinx boyfriend, parents hit a snag as privileges and prejudices get tested.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride awards $100,000 to local non-profits
News  |  Pride

Atlanta Pride awards $100,000 to local non-profits

The Atlanta Pride Committee gave over $100,000 in grants to 16 metro Atlanta non-profits as part of its community reinvestment initiative.    READ MORE »

Rush Center hires Simone Bell as interim leader

Rush Center hires Simone Bell as interim leader

The Rush Center’s board of directors named former lawmaker and longtime community leader Simone Bell as its interim executive director this week.    READ MORE »

8 steps to keeping New Year’s resolutions or getting any goal

8 steps to keeping New Year’s resolutions or getting any goal

Humans have contrasting abilities when it comes to keeping promises to ourselves. We can give ourselves too many breaks, and then be too hard on ourselves when we fall short.    READ MORE »

These 16 Atlanta companies score perfectly on LGBTQ equality

These 16 Atlanta companies score perfectly on LGBTQ equality

Some 16 metro Atlanta-based companies, law firms and financial institutions notched a perfect score on how they approach LGBTQ policies, employees and customers.    READ MORE »

Meet LGBTQ-ATL gym owners taking your health to the next level

Meet LGBTQ-ATL gym owners taking your health to the next level

It’s about this time in January that people start questioning their resolutions. Well, not if these local queer flat bellies have anything to say about it.    READ MORE »

Trans city council member named mayor pro tem in Doraville

Trans city council member named mayor pro tem in Doraville

The Doraville City Council unanimously selected City Councilmember Stephe Koontz as mayor pro-tem on Wednesday, further solidifying LGBTQ political representation in the city.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

You’re right on time to figure out what to do this weekend and how to make it queer AF. Welcome to the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events.    READ MORE »

Ten Atlanta toasts to seven sexy years

Ten Atlanta toasts to seven sexy years

Ten Atlanta celebrated its seventh anniversary on Sunday by keeping the drinks pouring and the patrons partying.    READ MORE »

 
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Matteo calling: Multi-talented funny man returns to Atlanta
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Matteo calling: Multi-talented funny man returns to Atlanta

Comic Matteo Lane has been tearing it up on Comedy Central, a podcast and Instagram. He's back in Atlanta for three nights of comedy.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

From drag DJs and DILFs to make-out parties and an out gay Super Bowl coach, plus everything in between, it's the Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

Alex Wan endorsed by Victory Fund in state House race
News  |  Politics

Alex Wan endorsed by Victory Fund in state House race

Former Atlanta City Councilmember Alex Wan nabbed the endorsement of the Victory Fund in a competitive race to replace state Rep. Pat Gardner in House District 57.    READ MORE »

Meet the queer commissioner shaking up Athens-Clarke County
News  |  Politics

Meet the queer commissioner shaking up Athens-Clarke County

Mariah Parker won a seat on the Athens-Clarke County Commission by just 13 votes in 2018, and the queer activist and hip-hop artist doesn’t expect any challengers when she runs again in May.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta artist Riley Mayhem creates her own niche
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Queer Atlanta artist Riley Mayhem creates her own niche

How Riley Mayhem developed a method of creating paper portraits, made the leap to become a working artist, then impressed City Hall.    READ MORE »

Q hosts LGBTQ Atlanta comedy, tragedy, politics and art this week

Q hosts LGBTQ Atlanta comedy, tragedy, politics and art this week

Q packs a patchwork of people, places, plans and ponderable points of view into this week's snapshot of queer Atlanta culture.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates Ruby Redd’s 20th dragiversary

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates Ruby Redd’s 20th dragiversary

Queer Atlanta came out to honor Ruby Redd as she celebrated 20 years of drag mayhem on Sunday at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

Festival coordinators quit as Atlanta Pride resignations continue
News  |  Pride

Festival coordinators quit as Atlanta Pride resignations continue

Two longtime Atlanta Pride Committee members resigned as the non-profit manages the ongoing departures of board members, staff and committee members leading into its 50th annual event.    READ MORE »

Leather & Lace brings the kink to Atlanta Eagle

Leather & Lace brings the kink to Atlanta Eagle

The Leather & Lace show was back on Saturday at the Atlanta Eagle with all the pageantry and kink that people could handle.    READ MORE »

Georgia faith leaders call for LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes law

Georgia faith leaders call for LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes law

A prominent faith leader was among elected officials and other religious leaders who urged lawmakers in Georgia to join 46 other states across the U.S. and finally pass a hate crimes bill.    READ MORE »

DJ Milty Evans heats up Heretic jock party

DJ Milty Evans heats up Heretic jock party

The beats were hot and the clothing was scant as a jock/underwear party returned to the Heretic on Friday night.    READ MORE »

Oops! My neo-lib parents are totally racist

Oops! My neo-lib parents are totally racist

They accepted you being gay, but when you bring home a Latinx boyfriend, parents hit a snag as privileges and prejudices get tested.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride awards $100,000 to local non-profits
News  |  Pride

Atlanta Pride awards $100,000 to local non-profits

The Atlanta Pride Committee gave over $100,000 in grants to 16 metro Atlanta non-profits as part of its community reinvestment initiative.    READ MORE »

Rush Center hires Simone Bell as interim leader

Rush Center hires Simone Bell as interim leader

The Rush Center’s board of directors named former lawmaker and longtime community leader Simone Bell as its interim executive director this week.    READ MORE »

8 steps to keeping New Year’s resolutions or getting any goal

8 steps to keeping New Year’s resolutions or getting any goal

Humans have contrasting abilities when it comes to keeping promises to ourselves. We can give ourselves too many breaks, and then be too hard on ourselves when we fall short.    READ MORE »

These 16 Atlanta companies score perfectly on LGBTQ equality

These 16 Atlanta companies score perfectly on LGBTQ equality

Some 16 metro Atlanta-based companies, law firms and financial institutions notched a perfect score on how they approach LGBTQ policies, employees and customers.    READ MORE »

Meet LGBTQ-ATL gym owners taking your health to the next level

Meet LGBTQ-ATL gym owners taking your health to the next level

It’s about this time in January that people start questioning their resolutions. Well, not if these local queer flat bellies have anything to say about it.    READ MORE »

Trans city council member named mayor pro tem in Doraville

Trans city council member named mayor pro tem in Doraville

The Doraville City Council unanimously selected City Councilmember Stephe Koontz as mayor pro-tem on Wednesday, further solidifying LGBTQ political representation in the city.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

You’re right on time to figure out what to do this weekend and how to make it queer AF. Welcome to the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events.    READ MORE »

Ten Atlanta toasts to seven sexy years

Ten Atlanta toasts to seven sexy years

Ten Atlanta celebrated its seventh anniversary on Sunday by keeping the drinks pouring and the patrons partying.    READ MORE »

 
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