Category:  Q magazine

Q’s Out on Film issue finds local LGBTQ stars raising the bar

Q’s Out on Film issue finds local LGBTQ stars raising the bar

Complacency may be the biggest threat to stall LGBTQ equality, so this week’s Q magazine finds queers not content to rest on their laurels. The Out on Film festival sets the tone.    READ MORE »

Queers beating ourselves up over those ‘other’ STDs that aren’t HIV

Queers beating ourselves up over those ‘other’ STDs that aren’t HIV

"I tested positive for HSV-2. Two weeks later, I’m still trying to wrap my head around it. There’s so much emphasis on HIV that when I started PrEP, it created a false sense of security."    READ MORE »

Noah’s Arc stars reunite for Out on Film’s ‘From Zero to I Love You’
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  out on film

Noah’s Arc stars reunite for Out on Film’s ‘From Zero to I Love You’

Doug Spearman's new film with actor Darryl Stephens, "From Zero to I Love You" completes a 20-plus year journey to the screen when it plays the Out on Film festival on Sept. 27.    READ MORE »

Say bi, bi bigotry on Bisexual Visibility Day

Say bi, bi bigotry on Bisexual Visibility Day

Some 20 years after the commemoration of Bisexual Visibility Day officially began, Bs in our LGBTQs still face double-edged bias. Here's 10 things they want you to know.    READ MORE »

20th Bi Visibility Day still a double-edged challenge for bisexuals

20th Bi Visibility Day still a double-edged challenge for bisexuals

We’ve come a long way since the first Bi Visibility Day in 199, but unfortunately, bisexual people still face pressure to justify their identity regardless of their partner's gender.    READ MORE »

Family dynamics and May-December romance mingle in ‘Skintight’

Family dynamics and May-December romance mingle in ‘Skintight’

Award-winning director Freddie Ashley launches Actor’s Express season with "Skintight," a sexy queer-inclusive show that asks, "Why and why not?" about cultural norms.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Awards, suckas and cult classics are among your LGBTQ events this weekend, but if that won’t do, you know there’s more babes, boys, booze and beats just waiting for the taking.    READ MORE »

Q mag does daddy issues, bi visibility and queer culture clashes

Q mag does daddy issues, bi visibility and queer culture clashes

From gay elder with a young lover and a put-upon daughter, to a bisexual trying to be seen, to '90s kids sharing Buffy love, culture clashes take centerstage this week.    READ MORE »

‘Help! I’m the jealous type and in love with a sex worker’

‘Help! I’m the jealous type and in love with a sex worker’

The Q turned to sex industry professionals, advocates and our readers for the advice column this week, and we share their insights in lieu of our usual responses.    READ MORE »

Sip on queer Atlanta comedian Ian Aber’s new ‘Night Sugar’ album
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Sip on queer Atlanta comedian Ian Aber’s new ‘Night Sugar’ album

Atlanta comic and show runner Ian Aber is closing in on a decade in stand-up comedy, talking about what he knows best — being queer and feeling like an outsider.    READ MORE »

Meet Atlanta’s LGBTQ powerlifting club, the Fantastic Beasts

Meet Atlanta’s LGBTQ powerlifting club, the Fantastic Beasts

When David Holland and Reed Gilbert started powerlifting together in spring 2017, they realized there was a void in LGBTQ Atlanta: There was no known club for queer lifters.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

With your weekend always in view, the Queer Agenda calendar always knows how LGBTQ events are shaping up this Friday through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Q mag powers up with queer potency and community resilience

Q mag powers up with queer potency and community resilience

Supporting LGBTQ equality, not to mention living without it, can feel like heaving massive objects. Queer strength dominates this issue.    READ MORE »

Why so many queers play doormat to get a little love

Why so many queers play doormat to get a little love

Relationship troubles are even worse if you let people walk all over you. It’s exhausting, and you’ve both gotten used to the arrangement.    READ MORE »

10 ways to support the local LGBTQ arts

10 ways to support the local LGBTQ arts

It's common to lean on and expect makers and creators to just do what they do, but here are ways to respect their work and help them thrive.    READ MORE »

Ansley Kroger pharmacist makes career in the heart of queer Atlanta
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Ansley Kroger pharmacist makes career in the heart of queer Atlanta

When you’ve run a pharmacy in Midtown for decades, you’re bound to see some things. Lanier Mull has seen a lot. He knows more than what the doctor ordered.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Slide into September's DMs with a slate of LGBTQ Atlanta events. Category Is: fall but make it hot, Atlanta but make it queer af.    READ MORE »

Queer autumn events pack Atlanta’s LGBTQ to-do list

Queer autumn events pack Atlanta’s LGBTQ to-do list

Fall is just around the corner. In queer Atlanta, that won't mean temperate temps, but it does mean tons of downtime options through Thanksgiving.    READ MORE »

That nip you feel in the air is Q magazine’s Fall Events Preview

That nip you feel in the air is Q magazine’s Fall Events Preview

The growing buzz over Out on Film, Atlanta AIDS Walk and Pride says autumn is coming, but those gargantuan events are just the tip of Q's Fall Preview.    READ MORE »

Too many LGBTQs trying to read minds on dates and apps

Too many LGBTQs trying to read minds on dates and apps

Did she just pull a bait and switch? Is this idiot “negging” me? What did they mean by this comment or that? Is this a date or an interview? Is there such a thing as a wrong answer?    READ MORE »

 
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