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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 »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One, two, you know what to do. Three, four, come on hit the dance floor. Five, six, pick up shows and flicks. Seven, eight, you better not be late to the LGBTQ events in this week’s Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

Q Swimsuit Issue plunges into looks for everybody and every body

Q Swimsuit Issue plunges into looks for everybody and every body

Even as a queer of longstanding, some lessons must be relearned to further improve understanding. Our Swimsuit Issue provides a few opportunities for growth.    READ MORE »

‘Evan Hansen,’ ‘Pitch Perfect’ star set to serenade Atlanta

‘Evan Hansen,’ ‘Pitch Perfect’ star set to serenade Atlanta

Ben Platt packed some extremely noteworthy roles on stage and screen into his 25 years, and the out actor-singer shows no signs of stopping.    READ MORE »

When you grow up but your friends are stuck in a queer culture loop

When you grow up but your friends are stuck in a queer culture loop

"I’m not sure when I graduated from innuendo t-shirts, gold booty shorts and Mickey Mouse ears when not at Disney World, but I did."    READ MORE »

Let go of clingy attachments and accept that nothing is built to last

Let go of clingy attachments and accept that nothing is built to last

Is your relationship permanent? The law of impermanence says no. Let go for more peace and less suffering. Let go and deal better when it all falls apart.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta rapper Ripparachie ‘would risk it all for equality’
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Queer Atlanta rapper Ripparachie ‘would risk it all for equality’

Westside Atlanta resident DeMarquis Oden, better known as Ripparachie is back from a music break and ready to own the streets. Q is here for it.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Mommy issues take center stage in the Queer Agenda calendar, as Mother’s Day presses pause on some LGBTQ Atlanta events, presses play on others for a good time to be had by all.    READ MORE »

Q finds inspiration in local queer music, issues and events

Q finds inspiration in local queer music, issues and events

While others search for LGBTQ news and views in far-flung places or from national sources, Q is here with a thriving crop of local queer fodder to keep you interested and motivated.    READ MORE »

Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer serves ‘No Intermission’

Dresden Doll Amanda Palmer serves ‘No Intermission’

Amanda Palmer might make you cry when she performs in Atlanta, but the out performer, best known as half of the uber-creative Dresden Dolls, is polite enough to bring hankies.    READ MORE »

My ex drained me dry, and now he’s everywhere I go

My ex drained me dry, and now he’s everywhere I go

'My friends are the only thing I have after all the trauma I’ve been through, so I can’t drop them despite his proximity to them when I go out. Avoiding him is impossible. I'm so triggered.'    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s queer Cinco celebrations vie for a slot on your agenda

Atlanta’s queer Cinco celebrations vie for a slot on your agenda

Gird your loins, siblings. This weekend is about to go off for Cinco de Mayo. In addition to the reliably awesome Las Margaritas, you can count on a good time all over queer Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Felix Maritaud goes ‘Sauvage’ exploring life of gay sex worker

Felix Maritaud goes ‘Sauvage’ exploring life of gay sex worker

The new film Sauvage (“Wild”) quickly becomes a stunning character study. Meet Felix Maritaud, who stars as Leo, a 22-year-old gay hustler in the film opening May 3 in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

 
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