Category:  Q magazine

Our LGBTQ lives, ‘mixed up and baked in a beautiful pie’

Our LGBTQ lives, ‘mixed up and baked in a beautiful pie’

"I recently “Shazamed” a song that was extraordinarily sung and poignantly lyrical. I stopped to be moved and to identify my own story of loss, love and life.    READ MORE »

Meet the Atlanta Rainbow Trout teams in the pool

Meet the Atlanta Rainbow Trout teams in the pool

The birth of the Atlanta Rainbow Trout teams came with a small teams championship. Flash forward 24 years, and the local LGBTQ swim club boasts over 100 members.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The fever pitch of June becomes white-hot as Stonewall 50 specials dot the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ-ATL events. Don’t be shy. Do dive in.    READ MORE »

Q dives in and wets your whistle on queer Atlanta

Q dives in and wets your whistle on queer Atlanta

At Q, every day is gay, and every month is Pride. We embrace our mission to inform and inspire LGBTQ Atlanta again this week.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ summer road trips across the Southeast

LGBTQ summer road trips across the Southeast

Sometimes all it takes is a short drive to feel a world away, and summer is just the time to take advantage of nearby LGBTQ and destinations that won’t break the bank.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Stonewall Month continues slinging drinks, DJs, drag, discussions, dudes and dames at Atlanta like it’s the 50th anniversary of a milestone or something. Oh wait, it is.    READ MORE »

Stonewall’s 50th opens packed summer of LGBTQ Atlanta events

Stonewall’s 50th opens packed summer of LGBTQ Atlanta events

If you’re preoccupied with sun and fun, you’re on brand with the rest of the out-proud village. As Stonewall turns 50, queer events here at home are slated to slay summer.    READ MORE »

When you’re two tops in love trying to win a sword fight

When you’re two tops in love trying to win a sword fight

"We click on every level but that one. I’ve bottomed a couple times, but when I bring up reciprocation, we argue. When I’m not willing, it’s like a sword fight down there."    READ MORE »

Trans Atlanta artist, musician Royce Hall ‘creates a journey’
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Trans Atlanta artist, musician Royce Hall ‘creates a journey’

Royce Hall wants to save lives through his art, and he takes a number of avenues to do so, be it as a recording artist, actor, poet, photographer or sketch artist.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Stonewall Month opens, and the Queer Agenda calendar of events is already heating up. Get up off the sofa to get down with these awesome weekend options.    READ MORE »

Q jumps into summer events starting with epic Stonewall Month

Q jumps into summer events starting with epic Stonewall Month

June always means LGBTQ sun and fun, and at the half-century mark of the modern movement in 2019, Atlanta supersizes Stonewall Month in its long slate of summer events.    READ MORE »

Playing high-low when ‘not in the mood’ meets ‘just gotta have it’

Playing high-low when ‘not in the mood’ meets ‘just gotta have it’

Barring a few important caveats, here's how couples with perpetually mismatched libidos can be patient, communicate, try and try again — together — so that everybody wins.    READ MORE »

Arming ourselves, taking heart as Supreme Court comes for queers

Arming ourselves, taking heart as Supreme Court comes for queers

"We’d all like to live in a world where we can live out and express our truth, but the lack of protections at nearly every level of American government leaves us vulnerable."    READ MORE »

Angel McCoughtry on basketball, ice cream and her next big move

Angel McCoughtry on basketball, ice cream and her next big move

WNBA small forward Angel McCoughtry has had a wild ride the last few years — coming out, taking a season off, breaking off her engagement and tearing her ACL.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Memorial Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Memorial Weekend

An extended staycation over the long weekend is just what the doctor ordered. The LGBTQ-ATL turns out the holigay for folks not leaving town in the Gay Exodus.    READ MORE »

Clear out for these super queer Memorial Weekend getaways

Clear out for these super queer Memorial Weekend getaways

Grand vacations are great, but our LGBTQ neighbors across the region are ready to help weekenders relax, refresh and recharge a whole lot closer to home.    READ MORE »

Q sets sights on Memorial Weekend in queer Atlanta

Q sets sights on Memorial Weekend in queer Atlanta

Some queer issues and people are like Teflon to the friction of LGBTQ infighting, tastes and judgments. Q heads into the holigay weekend with some of the best.    READ MORE »

What if I’m not ‘Kinsey 6 Gold Plated Gay-Gay’ any more?

What if I’m not ‘Kinsey 6 Gold Plated Gay-Gay’ any more?

Does sex with a trans man remove my coveted 'gay' rating, and if so, am I not certified 'Gold' any more? And since everyone is getting married, should we?    READ MORE »

Why some classic rock songs should be relics of our queer past

Why some classic rock songs should be relics of our queer past

Songs like "Lola" and "Walk on the Wild Side" did great things for exposure and legitimately helped some trans women, but now they're an open invitation to make fun of trans women.    READ MORE »

Peach Party kicks annual gay dance weekend into overdrive

Peach Party kicks annual gay dance weekend into overdrive

What started as Atlanta’s answer to gay circuit days gone by in 2012 is a local standard, and the Peach Party groove has only grown since its inception.    READ MORE »

 
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