Q hosts LGBTQ Atlanta comedy, tragedy, politics and art this week

If we were to design a snapshot of local LGBTQ life, it would look a lot like the patchwork of people to see, places to go and points to ponder in the print edition of Q.

Eric Paulk leads a charge into City Hall this week during AIDS Watch Georgia 2020. In Q Voices, he outlines Georgia's biggest hurdle to eliminating the disease. The truth is a real-life tragedy, even as other tragic shames play out at Atlanta Pride and the Rush Center in Q News.

Fear not. Relief and hope come from within our own communities. Artist Riley Mayhem creates paper portraits, takes the LGBTQ-ATL by storm, and talks empowerment in our Q&A interview. Speaking of storms, one-man whirlwind Matteo Lane brings his comedy tour to town and chats with us in a Q Cover Story before his three nights of laughs to cure what ails you.

To top it all off, The Q advice column takes on queern conundrums you may face in your own life. It’s enough to drive a queer to drink. Belly up to the events in the Queer Agenda calendar, then see who already got a snort full in this week’s Q Shots photos

For evermore in Atlanta’s LGBT quilt of comedy, tragedy, politics and art, find new content in print each week and online every day right here at theQatl.com. You can also get a digest each week by subscribing to our newsletter. In the meantime, I’m never very far from any of it, so hit me up at [email protected] or on Instagram @theQatl.

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