Fuzzy Wuzzy was a 5th annual Atlanta Bear Pride

Fuzzy Wuzzy was a 5th annual Atlanta Bear Pride

With four successes already under their belts, multiple bars, clubs, party promoters, DJs and dancing queens join forces in a pursuit of the hirsute.    READ MORE »

Ladies softball beer bust takes over MSR
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Ladies softball beer bust takes over MSR

The ladies of the Hotlanta Softball League and the Amateur Sports Alliance of North America tipped back some brews at My Sister’s Room on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker wants to decriminalize HIV

Georgia lawmaker wants to decriminalize HIV

A Republican lawmaker introduced a bill that would modernize Georgia’s HIV laws, which activists say are outdated and stigmatize people living with HIV.    READ MORE »

Best queer things to do in Atlanta on Easter Weekend

Best queer things to do in Atlanta on Easter Weekend

It's Easter. It's Bear Pride. It's a lot. Don't be overwhelmed though. Q has your back with details on both big party themes and several dozen other options for the long weekend.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta puts on its PJs at Moxy Midtown

Queer Atlanta puts on its PJs at Moxy Midtown

The dress code was definitely casual as the LGBTQ-fronted For All Humans party crew threw a pajama party at Moxy Midtown.    READ MORE »

Twisted Broadway show benefits AID Atlanta

Twisted Broadway show benefits AID Atlanta

Celebrity servers were on hand for AID Atlanta’s second annual Twisted Broadway fundraiser at Lips.    READ MORE »

Chamblee passes extensive LGBTQ nondiscrimination ordinance

Chamblee passes extensive LGBTQ nondiscrimination ordinance

The city of Chamblee joined a regionwide effort to make metro Atlanta a safe space for LGBTQ people by passing a sweeping nondiscrimination ordinance on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Hoppin, poppin Easter parties in the LGBTQ-ATL

Hoppin, poppin Easter parties in the LGBTQ-ATL

A big weekend for events in Atlanta includes a queer plethora of party options themed around the Easter holiday. Hop into dances, egg hunts, carnival games and drag races.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ entrepreneur scores upset win in Atlanta City Council race

LGBTQ entrepreneur scores upset win in Atlanta City Council race

Bisexual entrepreneur Antonio Brown pulled off a surprise victory in the District 3 Atlanta City Council race, becoming the first-ever black openly LGBTQ member of the council.    READ MORE »

Big queer weekends collide, rain down bears and bonnets on Atlanta

Big queer weekends collide, rain down bears and bonnets on Atlanta

What do you get when you combine a late-season Easter with the annual Atlanta Bear Pride? We’re all about to find out in this week's Q magazine special edition.    READ MORE »

1 in 8 gay, bisexual men have chlamydia or gonorrhea

1 in 8 gay, bisexual men have chlamydia or gonorrhea

A new federal study shows that nearly one in eight men who have sex with men have chlamydia or gonorrhea, infection rates that mirror what Atlanta-based healthcare providers are seeing in their clients.    READ MORE »

Atlanta calls on state to ban ‘dangerous’ conversion therapy

Atlanta calls on state to ban ‘dangerous’ conversion therapy

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and the Atlanta City Council sent a message to the state on Monday: end conversion therapy and the 'persecution and suffering' it brings to LGBTQ Georgians.    READ MORE »

Morehouse College opens its doors to transgender students

Morehouse College opens its doors to transgender students

Transgender men will be allowed to enroll at Morehouse College beginning with the fall 2020 semester, the school announced on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Insta couples, fisting and minding my own business

Insta couples, fisting and minding my own business

The guy is lying to his boyfriend and followers, maybe even himself. Do you think he’s suddenly being honest with a stranger on the internet?    READ MORE »

Gentlemen’s Ball founders opening restaurant in College Park

Gentlemen’s Ball founders opening restaurant in College Park

A gay-owned restaurant that celebrates the Gullah-Geechee culture is coming to downtown College Park in late spring.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ kickball crews have a ball in Piedmont Park
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LGBTQ kickball crews have a ball in Piedmont Park

The Pride Atlanta kickball league took to the field at Piedmont Park on Monday for a full slate of games.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball jocks go into ‘extra innings’ at Woofs

Hotlanta Softball jocks go into ‘extra innings’ at Woofs

What better way to cap off a day of playing softball than with drinks at the neighborhood gay sports bar?    READ MORE »

Onyx Southeast celebrates 20 years of black Atlanta leather men

Onyx Southeast celebrates 20 years of black Atlanta leather men

When Merlin started going to the Onyx Southeast bar nights, he was drawn in. 'A man of color owning their sexuality is freeing and revolutionary.'    READ MORE »

Atlanta Bucks rugby jocks make charity a drag

Atlanta Bucks rugby jocks make charity a drag

The burly boys of Atlanta Bucks Rugby traded in their jerseys for dresses on Saturday for their annual camp drag pageant fundraiser Miss Ruck N Maul.    READ MORE »

Gay teacher accused of stealing $100,000 before killing boyfriend

Gay teacher accused of stealing $100,000 before killing boyfriend

Three days before allegedly shooting and killing a man he had been dating, a gay DeKalb high school teacher was in court facing charges of stealing $100,000 from his church.    READ MORE »

 
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Fuzzy Wuzzy was a 5th annual Atlanta Bear Pride

Fuzzy Wuzzy was a 5th annual Atlanta Bear Pride

With four successes already under their belts, multiple bars, clubs, party promoters, DJs and dancing queens join forces in a pursuit of the hirsute.    READ MORE »

Ladies softball beer bust takes over MSR
photos  |  Sports

Ladies softball beer bust takes over MSR

The ladies of the Hotlanta Softball League and the Amateur Sports Alliance of North America tipped back some brews at My Sister’s Room on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Georgia lawmaker wants to decriminalize HIV

Georgia lawmaker wants to decriminalize HIV

A Republican lawmaker introduced a bill that would modernize Georgia’s HIV laws, which activists say are outdated and stigmatize people living with HIV.    READ MORE »

Best queer things to do in Atlanta on Easter Weekend

Best queer things to do in Atlanta on Easter Weekend

It's Easter. It's Bear Pride. It's a lot. Don't be overwhelmed though. Q has your back with details on both big party themes and several dozen other options for the long weekend.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta puts on its PJs at Moxy Midtown

Queer Atlanta puts on its PJs at Moxy Midtown

The dress code was definitely casual as the LGBTQ-fronted For All Humans party crew threw a pajama party at Moxy Midtown.    READ MORE »

Twisted Broadway show benefits AID Atlanta

Twisted Broadway show benefits AID Atlanta

Celebrity servers were on hand for AID Atlanta’s second annual Twisted Broadway fundraiser at Lips.    READ MORE »

Chamblee passes extensive LGBTQ nondiscrimination ordinance

Chamblee passes extensive LGBTQ nondiscrimination ordinance

The city of Chamblee joined a regionwide effort to make metro Atlanta a safe space for LGBTQ people by passing a sweeping nondiscrimination ordinance on Tuesday.    READ MORE »

Hoppin, poppin Easter parties in the LGBTQ-ATL

Hoppin, poppin Easter parties in the LGBTQ-ATL

A big weekend for events in Atlanta includes a queer plethora of party options themed around the Easter holiday. Hop into dances, egg hunts, carnival games and drag races.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ entrepreneur scores upset win in Atlanta City Council race

LGBTQ entrepreneur scores upset win in Atlanta City Council race

Bisexual entrepreneur Antonio Brown pulled off a surprise victory in the District 3 Atlanta City Council race, becoming the first-ever black openly LGBTQ member of the council.    READ MORE »

Big queer weekends collide, rain down bears and bonnets on Atlanta

Big queer weekends collide, rain down bears and bonnets on Atlanta

What do you get when you combine a late-season Easter with the annual Atlanta Bear Pride? We’re all about to find out in this week's Q magazine special edition.    READ MORE »

1 in 8 gay, bisexual men have chlamydia or gonorrhea

1 in 8 gay, bisexual men have chlamydia or gonorrhea

A new federal study shows that nearly one in eight men who have sex with men have chlamydia or gonorrhea, infection rates that mirror what Atlanta-based healthcare providers are seeing in their clients.    READ MORE »

Atlanta calls on state to ban ‘dangerous’ conversion therapy

Atlanta calls on state to ban ‘dangerous’ conversion therapy

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and the Atlanta City Council sent a message to the state on Monday: end conversion therapy and the 'persecution and suffering' it brings to LGBTQ Georgians.    READ MORE »

Morehouse College opens its doors to transgender students

Morehouse College opens its doors to transgender students

Transgender men will be allowed to enroll at Morehouse College beginning with the fall 2020 semester, the school announced on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Insta couples, fisting and minding my own business

Insta couples, fisting and minding my own business

The guy is lying to his boyfriend and followers, maybe even himself. Do you think he’s suddenly being honest with a stranger on the internet?    READ MORE »

Gentlemen’s Ball founders opening restaurant in College Park

Gentlemen’s Ball founders opening restaurant in College Park

A gay-owned restaurant that celebrates the Gullah-Geechee culture is coming to downtown College Park in late spring.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ kickball crews have a ball in Piedmont Park
photos  |  Sports

LGBTQ kickball crews have a ball in Piedmont Park

The Pride Atlanta kickball league took to the field at Piedmont Park on Monday for a full slate of games.    READ MORE »

Hotlanta Softball jocks go into ‘extra innings’ at Woofs

Hotlanta Softball jocks go into ‘extra innings’ at Woofs

What better way to cap off a day of playing softball than with drinks at the neighborhood gay sports bar?    READ MORE »

Onyx Southeast celebrates 20 years of black Atlanta leather men

Onyx Southeast celebrates 20 years of black Atlanta leather men

When Merlin started going to the Onyx Southeast bar nights, he was drawn in. 'A man of color owning their sexuality is freeing and revolutionary.'    READ MORE »

Atlanta Bucks rugby jocks make charity a drag

Atlanta Bucks rugby jocks make charity a drag

The burly boys of Atlanta Bucks Rugby traded in their jerseys for dresses on Saturday for their annual camp drag pageant fundraiser Miss Ruck N Maul.    READ MORE »

Gay teacher accused of stealing $100,000 before killing boyfriend

Gay teacher accused of stealing $100,000 before killing boyfriend

Three days before allegedly shooting and killing a man he had been dating, a gay DeKalb high school teacher was in court facing charges of stealing $100,000 from his church.    READ MORE »

 
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