Lesbian restaurateurs opening new Cabbagetown spot

Lesbian restaurateurs opening new Cabbagetown spot

Jen and Emily Chan are expanding their “mostly Southern, mainly Asian” food delivery club to a full-service restaurant in Cabbagetown.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality blasts Trump’s employment discrimination rule

Georgia Equality blasts Trump’s employment discrimination rule

A new plan by the Trump administration would open the door to employment discrimination of LGBTQ people and others, according to Georgia Equality.    READ MORE »

Lesbian restaurateur running for College Park City Council

Lesbian restaurateur running for College Park City Council

Kathleen McQueen has launched a bid to become the College Park City Council’s sole woman and only LGBTQ member.    READ MORE »

The award for Actor in a Lead Role goes to 10 shows with transgender principals

The award for Actor in a Lead Role goes to 10 shows with transgender principals

During sea-change TV transformation for transgender actors playing transgender characters on the small screen, these faces stand out.    READ MORE »

Anti-gay white nationalist drops out of U.S. House race in Georgia

Anti-gay white nationalist drops out of U.S. House race in Georgia

A Sandy Springs business person dropped out of the 6th Congressional District race after publicly identifying himself as a white nationalist.    READ MORE »

Popular Midtown retail center getting renovation, new tenants

Popular Midtown retail center getting renovation, new tenants

A major makeover is coming to Midtown Promenade that will lead to the departure of several longtime tenants.    READ MORE »

Singer Brendan Maclean says, ‘Pop my Southern cherry, Atlanta’
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Singer Brendan Maclean says, ‘Pop my Southern cherry, Atlanta’

There’s a good chance you found the "sweet pop gloriousness" of Brendan Maclean through “House of Air,” which you'll hear at The Basement.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One, two, you know what to do. Three, four, come on through the door. Welcome to your weekend at these LGBTQ Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

Fresh Faces contest hits Friends on Ponce

Fresh Faces contest hits Friends on Ponce

Friends on Ponce was the site of an epic drag competition and talent show on Sunday night.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality endorses gay civic activist in Fulton race

Georgia Equality endorses gay civic activist in Fulton race

Georgia Equality’s board of directors released its endorsements Tuesday in two local special elections taking place in September.    READ MORE »

Friends mourn Mary’s bartender Bernadette Patterson

Friends mourn Mary’s bartender Bernadette Patterson

Popular LGBTQ Atlanta bartender and DJ Bernadette Patterson died on Aug. 5 following a long illness.    READ MORE »

New Q mag serves queer Atlanta movies, music, art, TV and sports

New Q mag serves queer Atlanta movies, music, art, TV and sports

Grab your heaping helping of queer culture in this edition of Q magazine, where we continue to lay out all that’s L,G, B, T and of course Q in the ATL.    READ MORE »

Bearracuda returns for summer fling at Heretic

Bearracuda returns for summer fling at Heretic

Bearracuda’s summer party was full of leather, jocks and underwear on Saturday at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Pete Buttigieg returns to Atlanta for big gay fundraiser

Pete Buttigieg returns to Atlanta for big gay fundraiser

HGTV star Vern Yip and his husband will host gay presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg for a high-dollar fundraiser at their Brookwood Hills home.    READ MORE »

Meet the gay democratic socialist on South Fulton City Council

Meet the gay democratic socialist on South Fulton City Council

South Fulton City Councilmember Khalid Kamau said it was 'amazing' to give the opening and closing address at the Democratic Socialists of America convention.    READ MORE »

Queer softball jocks cap season with Midtown Moon beer bust
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Queer softball jocks cap season with Midtown Moon beer bust

The Hotlanta Softball League gave one final toast to the season on Saturday at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta gets ‘bound’ at Atlanta Eagle

Queer Atlanta gets ‘bound’ at Atlanta Eagle

Southeast Black & Blue weekend was back with a full slate of events that included the Bound party at Atlanta Eagle.    READ MORE »

Drag queen performs in blackface, wins Douglasville show

Drag queen performs in blackface, wins Douglasville show

A drag queen apparently performed a number in blackface and another performer allegedly uttered a racial slur during a show Saturday in Douglasville.    READ MORE »

Grindr, sexual racism, and the problem with ‘preference’

Grindr, sexual racism, and the problem with ‘preference’

'I don’t appreciate being called a racist when I have “a type,” just like so many other people when it comes to sex and relationships.' OK, let's unpack.    READ MORE »

PrEP use grows dramatically in Atlanta but still trails other cities

PrEP use grows dramatically in Atlanta but still trails other cities

More gay and bisexual men in Atlanta are becoming aware of PrEP and using it to combat HIV, but still just under one in three are using it, according to federal health officials.    READ MORE »

 
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Lesbian restaurateurs opening new Cabbagetown spot

Lesbian restaurateurs opening new Cabbagetown spot

Jen and Emily Chan are expanding their “mostly Southern, mainly Asian” food delivery club to a full-service restaurant in Cabbagetown.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality blasts Trump’s employment discrimination rule

Georgia Equality blasts Trump’s employment discrimination rule

A new plan by the Trump administration would open the door to employment discrimination of LGBTQ people and others, according to Georgia Equality.    READ MORE »

Lesbian restaurateur running for College Park City Council

Lesbian restaurateur running for College Park City Council

Kathleen McQueen has launched a bid to become the College Park City Council’s sole woman and only LGBTQ member.    READ MORE »

The award for Actor in a Lead Role goes to 10 shows with transgender principals

The award for Actor in a Lead Role goes to 10 shows with transgender principals

During sea-change TV transformation for transgender actors playing transgender characters on the small screen, these faces stand out.    READ MORE »

Anti-gay white nationalist drops out of U.S. House race in Georgia

Anti-gay white nationalist drops out of U.S. House race in Georgia

A Sandy Springs business person dropped out of the 6th Congressional District race after publicly identifying himself as a white nationalist.    READ MORE »

Popular Midtown retail center getting renovation, new tenants

Popular Midtown retail center getting renovation, new tenants

A major makeover is coming to Midtown Promenade that will lead to the departure of several longtime tenants.    READ MORE »

Singer Brendan Maclean says, ‘Pop my Southern cherry, Atlanta’
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Singer Brendan Maclean says, ‘Pop my Southern cherry, Atlanta’

There’s a good chance you found the "sweet pop gloriousness" of Brendan Maclean through “House of Air,” which you'll hear at The Basement.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One, two, you know what to do. Three, four, come on through the door. Welcome to your weekend at these LGBTQ Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

Fresh Faces contest hits Friends on Ponce

Fresh Faces contest hits Friends on Ponce

Friends on Ponce was the site of an epic drag competition and talent show on Sunday night.    READ MORE »

Georgia Equality endorses gay civic activist in Fulton race

Georgia Equality endorses gay civic activist in Fulton race

Georgia Equality’s board of directors released its endorsements Tuesday in two local special elections taking place in September.    READ MORE »

Friends mourn Mary’s bartender Bernadette Patterson

Friends mourn Mary’s bartender Bernadette Patterson

Popular LGBTQ Atlanta bartender and DJ Bernadette Patterson died on Aug. 5 following a long illness.    READ MORE »

New Q mag serves queer Atlanta movies, music, art, TV and sports

New Q mag serves queer Atlanta movies, music, art, TV and sports

Grab your heaping helping of queer culture in this edition of Q magazine, where we continue to lay out all that’s L,G, B, T and of course Q in the ATL.    READ MORE »

Bearracuda returns for summer fling at Heretic

Bearracuda returns for summer fling at Heretic

Bearracuda’s summer party was full of leather, jocks and underwear on Saturday at Heretic.    READ MORE »

Pete Buttigieg returns to Atlanta for big gay fundraiser

Pete Buttigieg returns to Atlanta for big gay fundraiser

HGTV star Vern Yip and his husband will host gay presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg for a high-dollar fundraiser at their Brookwood Hills home.    READ MORE »

Meet the gay democratic socialist on South Fulton City Council

Meet the gay democratic socialist on South Fulton City Council

South Fulton City Councilmember Khalid Kamau said it was 'amazing' to give the opening and closing address at the Democratic Socialists of America convention.    READ MORE »

Queer softball jocks cap season with Midtown Moon beer bust
photos  |  Sports

Queer softball jocks cap season with Midtown Moon beer bust

The Hotlanta Softball League gave one final toast to the season on Saturday at Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta gets ‘bound’ at Atlanta Eagle

Queer Atlanta gets ‘bound’ at Atlanta Eagle

Southeast Black & Blue weekend was back with a full slate of events that included the Bound party at Atlanta Eagle.    READ MORE »

Drag queen performs in blackface, wins Douglasville show

Drag queen performs in blackface, wins Douglasville show

A drag queen apparently performed a number in blackface and another performer allegedly uttered a racial slur during a show Saturday in Douglasville.    READ MORE »

Grindr, sexual racism, and the problem with ‘preference’

Grindr, sexual racism, and the problem with ‘preference’

'I don’t appreciate being called a racist when I have “a type,” just like so many other people when it comes to sex and relationships.' OK, let's unpack.    READ MORE »

PrEP use grows dramatically in Atlanta but still trails other cities

PrEP use grows dramatically in Atlanta but still trails other cities

More gay and bisexual men in Atlanta are becoming aware of PrEP and using it to combat HIV, but still just under one in three are using it, according to federal health officials.    READ MORE »

 
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