Category:  Q magazine

Stay home, yes even if you’re bored, horny and at ‘low risk’

Stay home, yes even if you’re bored, horny and at ‘low risk’

I heard Midtown is Gay Ground Zero for coronavirus, but all my friends are still cruising and hooking up. How worried should I really be?    READ MORE »

The best Hulu, Prime and Netflix shows offering must-see LGBTQ TV

The best Hulu, Prime and Netflix shows offering must-see LGBTQ TV

Things could be better, but they could be even worse. We could've been stuck inside back when queer viewing was reruns of "Will & Grace" and the random Cinemax feature.    READ MORE »

Meet 11 Atlanta Insta-Qs making the most of lockdown

Meet 11 Atlanta Insta-Qs making the most of lockdown

Queerantine lewks are as diverse as those creating them, throwing them on, stripping them off and snapping them for Instagram. LGBTQ Atlanta works corona craziness    READ MORE »

Q mag settles in for the long haul with cozy queerantine content

Q mag settles in for the long haul with cozy queerantine content

By now, everyone feels the quarantine fatigue, even those who already worked from home, spent nights in and enjoyed grocery delivery. Q is here for the duration.    READ MORE »

Stuck together and sticking it out in a quarantined uncuffing season

Stuck together and sticking it out in a quarantined uncuffing season

We joked all winter that we met during cuffing season, and that cuddling through cold nights would be nice only while they lasted. Well, spring is here.    READ MORE »

Wussy marks 5th anniversary in its queer ATL revolution

Wussy marks 5th anniversary in its queer ATL revolution

It’s hard to believe it’s been five years since Wussy sprouted onto the Atlanta scene with Southern, queer art coffee table books and branded events.    READ MORE »

Gamemaster Herb creates video arcades for LGBTQ gaymers

Gamemaster Herb creates video arcades for LGBTQ gaymers

When queer Atlanta gamers are in need of a joystick fix, they can turn to Gamemaster Herb. The queer and polyamorous event promoter pivots to online during coronavirus.    READ MORE »

Please stop conflating coronavirus with early HIV/AIDS

Please stop conflating coronavirus with early HIV/AIDS

People have asked me if our lives today feel like the early years of HIV/AIDS, and I want to scream. There is no comparison. Just stop.    READ MORE »

Q does Queer-antine with games, stories and survival advice

Q does Queer-antine with games, stories and survival advice

Life is a lot, but we can handle it — together. This issue of Q plays content provider, community reporter and cheerleader, and as a way to help pass the time in self-isolation.    READ MORE »

How to not end your relationship at the end of the world

How to not end your relationship at the end of the world

I always thought straight people would end up zombies and queers would fight them off like “Sissy That Walking Dead." Turns out, it's worse.    READ MORE »

Attention queers who jump to conclusions: It’s not all about you

Attention queers who jump to conclusions: It’s not all about you

Furious that your date had to cancel? Your significant other is taking you for granted? You’re just plain new to love? Well, maybe it - gasp! - has nothing to do with you.    READ MORE »

The 10 most anticipated LGBTQ book titles coming out in 2020

The 10 most anticipated LGBTQ book titles coming out in 2020

What may turn out to be an even brighter bright side of the year than normal, tons of LGBTQ books to read during downtime are on the horizon for 2020.    READ MORE »

Prepare to support Atlanta restaurants that support you in Q’s 2020 Dining Guide

Prepare to support Atlanta restaurants that support you in Q’s 2020 Dining Guide

From communal tables big and small, one of the queer Atlanta’s rights of passage is eating good in the gayborhood. This week’s issue is more pensive than we originally intended.    READ MORE »

Despicable Me: Queer shame and forgiving our past selves

Despicable Me: Queer shame and forgiving our past selves

"I’ve come a long way, but I still wake up thinking that I’m on a park bench, under an overpass, or naked in a stranger’s bed. There's a shame that I can’t shake even when fully awake."    READ MORE »

The t-shirt designer behind Mango Drip has a message for you
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The t-shirt designer behind Mango Drip has a message for you

Jeremy Jackson has a message for you. More than one, in fact, and you can show it off on his line of clothing and other merchandise available all over LGBTQ Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Two legendary heroes engage in ‘warplay’ at Out Front

Two legendary heroes engage in ‘warplay’ at Out Front

Atlanta’s GBTQ theater troupe turns to two mythic male figures for a reflection on male intimacy and the effects of wartime on any society.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Movies, music and mayhem top the Queer Agenda calendar of Atlanta’s LGBTQ events. Belly up to the choices and pick your pleasure.    READ MORE »

Q mag covers epic battles, petty queens and good guys in between

Q mag covers epic battles, petty queens and good guys in between

Heroes and villains of Atlanta's LGBTQ village top coverage in this week’s Q, and you don’t even have to take sides to enjoy all of it.    READ MORE »

I love you, goodbye: How to break up with someone you love

I love you, goodbye: How to break up with someone you love

We've been together 28 years, and it needs to end. It’s hard to imagine life without them, but it's time to figure out, "I love you. Goodbye."    READ MORE »

Front Runners moves queer Atlanta forward one step at a time

Front Runners moves queer Atlanta forward one step at a time

The club that hosts Pride Run marks its 30th anniversary, hot off their best fundraising year to help local LGBTQ and allied non-profits.    READ MORE »

 
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