Like the obnoxious summer heat does to your mood, hot summer fashions are baked into the print edition issue of Q ATLus to make sure we at least look good dealing with everything 2020 throws at us.
For our cover feature, we scoured LGBTQ thrift shops for WFH prices and came up with looks in saturated colors. Then we steeped the rest of the issue in great distractions as the Dog Days take over Atlanta.
10 Q Things offers ways to get through any summer sadness you might be feeling. It's an ongoing issue LGBTQ Atlanta experts also dug into during a recent Q Conversations.
Heather Maloney discusses the hurdles to be jumped by our transgender siblings on their way to self-acceptance in Q Voices. In Q Events, LGBTQ Atlanta offers things to do, and speaking of events, COVID’s latest local toll extracts the annual Southeast Leather Fest from the calendar.
As always, we leave you with the latest Q Advice, as well as reminders to find fresh content every day right here on Project Q Atlanta and find me via [email protected].
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