The National Flag Football League of Atlanta spent its Sunday doing what most any gay jock would do—celebrating Madonna between halves of the Super Bowl.
The gay league hosted its annual Super Bowl bash at Blake’s, pitching the sport to newcomers and reminding veterans of the upcoming season. The new season warms up on Feb. 25 with two days of new player orientation. Registration for the upcoming season remains open until Feb. 25.
Health providers, researchers and activists will come together this week for training sessions and workshops focused on ending HIV in metro Atlanta, which is a leader in new HIV infections in the U.S. READ MORE »
A quarter of Georgia’s 16 openly LGBTQ elected officials have announced their presidential endorsements, with two of them backing the man who could be the first openly gay U.S. president. READ MORE »
The City of Atlanta earned its highest-ever score on the 2019 Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index, while nine other Georgia cities and areas received failing grades. READ MORE »
The Decatur City Commission unanimously passed a broad LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance on Monday, making it the sixth Georgia city to do so. READ MORE »
Chick-fil-A cut off funding to the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes after years of protests and bad press about the groups’ anti-LGBTQ ways. READ MORE »