Category:  Q magazine

One person’s continuing journey to non-binary acceptance

One person’s continuing journey to non-binary acceptance

As a newly out nonbinary queer person, it’s harder moving about in this new world than I anticipated, similar but different to standing firm in my bisexuality.    READ MORE »

Q ATLus serves femme vibes in latest portraits issue

Q ATLus serves femme vibes in latest portraits issue

Find lesbians, nonbinary folks, trans women and drag queens channeling their feminine sides in a few of our favorite Q portraits by Jon Dean and James L. Hicks.    READ MORE »

10 queer Atlanta influencers crushing it on Instagram

10 queer Atlanta influencers crushing it on Instagram

We narrowed a long list to our 10 favorite LGBTQ Instagram follows, each worth a look for original, compelling scrolls beyond the thirsty selfies you may or may not also enjoy.    READ MORE »

Both husbands put on pounds, but only one wants to change

Both husbands put on pounds, but only one wants to change

I have struggled with my weight for years, and so has my husband. I'm trying to mitigate that with diet and exercise, but he isn't.    READ MORE »

The best LGBTQ virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best LGBTQ virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

A pandemic can’t keep you down. Staying home with streaming events, or safely distancing with protocols, LGBTQ Atlanta events are ready to spice up your Friday through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Oh, snap! Work of three prolific photographers covers Q ATLus

Oh, snap! Work of three prolific photographers covers Q ATLus

Q photo essays have always been one of the most popular features on our pages. Year in and year out, the most memorable of those are by Jon Dean, James L. Hicks and Russ Bowen-Youngblood.    READ MORE »

Help! I’m old, poz, in recovery and depressed

Help! I’m old, poz, in recovery and depressed

Throughout my 20s and much of my 30s, I deluded myself that Mr. Right was just around the corner. Nearly 40 now, I’m lonely and haven’t dated in a while. It's a party for one.    READ MORE »

The best queer virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Hunker down with stream queens, or get out with dancing queens. Whatever your call, LGBTQ event planners in Atlanta are committed to your social calendar this Friday through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Atlanta woman journeys through gender fears toward her true self

Atlanta woman journeys through gender fears toward her true self

Atlanta writer Heather Maloney talks about the unique path transgender people walk 'like carrying a vat of acid' as they strive ultimately to themselves with self-acceptance.    READ MORE »

Q ATLus keeps LGBTQ Atlanta cool through summer’s Dog Days

Q ATLus keeps LGBTQ Atlanta cool through summer’s Dog Days

Like the obnoxious summer heat bakes our mood, hot summer fashions are baked into this issue of Q ATLus to make sure we at least look good dealing with all 2020 throws at us.    READ MORE »

Help! Older man isn’t my daddy and shouldn’t treat me as his sub

Help! Older man isn’t my daddy and shouldn’t treat me as his sub

If your older boyfriend wants to make you his prince and you're not the one, or a ‘friend’ chokes on his own HIV stigma, it's time to reach out for help in this week's Q Advice.    READ MORE »

10 formerly derogatory words and slurs LGBTQs reclaim as our own

10 formerly derogatory words and slurs LGBTQs reclaim as our own

Slurs can be hurtful. When we use them as a term of endearment or twist the concepts, we reclaim our terms, remove their power, and shift their meanings in our favor. Here are our top ten.    READ MORE »

The best LGBTQ virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best LGBTQ virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

LGBTQ event planners in Atlanta are committed to your social calendar. Put on a mask and get out with distancing, or stay in and jam with Twitch mavens for queer discussions and parties.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta hangs tough through corona chaos with QATLus

LGBTQ Atlanta hangs tough through corona chaos with QATLus

There's so much hanging — in, on, out, tight, loose — in LGBTQ Atlanta these days. With a cover illustrating the point literally, this issue hangs with readers to endure the chaos.    READ MORE »

Is the queer left ‘shoulding’ each other into oblivion?

Is the queer left ‘shoulding’ each other into oblivion?

Liberal guilt is a double-edged sword in the wrong hands. A mind toward equality and away from privilege is one thing. A misguided need to prove our woke-ness is entirely different.    READ MORE »

10 sure signs that your boo is already over you

10 sure signs that your boo is already over you

You tell yourself stories about their behavior, but look around. We asked LGBTQ Atlantans how they knew their significant other was all but gone. Here’s how they could tell.    READ MORE »

The best queer virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Whether you mask up and poke your head out, or stay put in air-conditioned self-isolation, Atlanta’s LGBTQ venues and stream queens are committed to your social calendar.    READ MORE »

This week’s Q Atlus makes a splash in poolside blues

This week’s Q Atlus makes a splash in poolside blues

The crises of 2020 put beach vacation fantasies on hold, but rather than waterworks, this issue of Q ATLus makes a splash at the pool and opts for optimism and options.    READ MORE »

Karens, rightful protests and losing the ‘buts’ in Black Lives Matter

Karens, rightful protests and losing the ‘buts’ in Black Lives Matter

You said “police mistreatment of black people is upsetting, but riots have to stop.” What if it was, “Riots are upsetting, but police mistreatment of black people has to stop.”    READ MORE »

10 things that really make us truly sexy

10 things that really make us truly sexy

Spoiler alert: It’s not about finances or fitness when looking for the secret to the laws of attraction. When it comes to being sexy, here’s what your fellow LGBTQs are really looking for.    READ MORE »

 
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