A handful of Atlanta LGBT activists celebrated the Prop 8 decision in a California court by taking to a corner in Midtown to wave flags, shake posters and prod supportive motorists to honk.
Members of the Queer Justice League and Atlanta Sisters gathered at the corner of 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue on Tuesday to cheer on the decision, which upheld a lower court’s ruling that struck down California’s gay marriage ban. But they still can’t get gay married in California or Georgia. Gay marriages are on hold in California for a possible appeal of the decision and same-sex unions have been banned in Georgia – twice.
QJL is among several LGBT groups planning a Feb. 18 protest of an “ex-gay” event in Villa Rica.
You may know her best as a blonde, and you might even know her better as a pickle. Miz Cracker brings her lasting impression to My Sister's Room. READ MORE »
All is right in the world when it’s a Saturday and it’s Heretic and you have a sexy international DJ making you dance all night long. READ MORE »
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It was a new day and happy customers as Woofs returned to debut its new location with a soft reopening on Saturday. READ MORE »
The weather was hot and so were the looks at Mary’s as the East Atlanta gay bar brought back their Summer Thang Swimsuit Contest. READ MORE »