• Pride 2009 goes to Central Park.
• Gays for Obama rally the vote.
• Social Tuesdays premiere a hit.
• ZAMI (photo) honors scholars and activists.
• David Atlanta celebrates 10 years.
• Gay group gets cranky with McCain.
• GLBT History kicks off.
• Number of gay candidates tops 100 in ‘08 cycle.
• There’s smooching all over the place.
• Vote early and vote often.
• Bravo keeps ‘Project Runway’ for now.
• Morning Ramble’s daily wrap on the gay news for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
In person or online, LGBTQ ATL beckons you to gather. Whether you peek your head out amid pedestrian curfew or want to stay quarantined, event planners have ideas to keep you busy. READ MORE »
It’s a pandemic. Protests over police brutality are filling the streets. Calls for justice and equality are growing louder. In the middle of the chaos, it’s also primary day in Georgia on June 9. READ MORE »
Sarah Riggs Amico – one of the Democrats hoping to unseat U.S. Sen. David Perdue – kicked off Pride month with a call for racial equality and a public conversation with transgender advocates. READ MORE »
Two LGBTQ elected officials are playing an increasingly visible role in the Atlanta protests that have consumed the city since Friday. READ MORE »
In moving anti-racism treatises issued on Monday, two high-profile Atlanta groups highlighted the racial divide in the LGBTQ movement and listed specific ways they would put intersectionality into action. READ MORE »