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Meet LGBTQs caught in rebounds, clusters and other conundrums

Meet LGBTQs caught in rebounds, clusters and other conundrums

Should you worry that you're moving on too quickly after a breakup? Do you think everybody gets laid more than you? Are your ties with friends in knots? Welcome to The Q.    READ MORE »

Why so many queers live life to suit other people

Why so many queers live life to suit other people

Learning to say F#%*! what other people think, because worrying about someone's needs without regard to your own will never, ever get you where you want to go.    READ MORE »

Meet Georgia kings and queens pushing the boundaries of drag

Meet Georgia kings and queens pushing the boundaries of drag

Q contributing photographer James L. Hicks captures queens and kings whose avant-garde artistry that defies and expands traditional notions of beauty, gender and drag itself.    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 through that door. Five, six, get your LGBTQ fix of events in Atlanta that light a spark in your behind and put the gay in your day.    READ MORE »

Happy birthday, Madonna! 10 rules to live by from her first 60 years

Happy birthday, Madonna! 10 rules to live by from her first 60 years

As Queer Atlanta sets to celebrate her 60th birthday, we found 10 rules to live by that Her Madge-esty taught us just by living out that big, charmed life of hers.    READ MORE »

Queer Georgians raise ‘pushing the envelope’ to an art form in Q

Queer Georgians raise ‘pushing the envelope’ to an art form in Q

Part of queer identity has traditionally been living on the fringe and making it work. Not just surviving, but thriving out of the box. Welcome to this week's edition of Q magazine.    READ MORE »

10 lessons we wish we could teach our younger selves

10 lessons we wish we could teach our younger selves

Even though we didn't think we needed it at the time, our younger selves could have used some of our hard earned advice. Here are the 10 most common themes from real people.    READ MORE »

Gemmel Moore was a man, not a cautionary tale

Gemmel Moore was a man, not a cautionary tale

Gemmel Moore died almost exactly a year ago. All who mourn should resist the temptation to fit his life and death into some narrative about race, sexuality and pathology.    READ MORE »

Jake Shears goes solo for sexy Southern ‘Big Bushy Mustache’ ride

Jake Shears goes solo for sexy Southern ‘Big Bushy Mustache’ ride

Imagine if honky-tonk, funk and electronica had a three-way and made a baby. That baby would be “Jake Shears,” the eponymous debut solo album by Scissor Sisters’ out queer frontman.    READ MORE »

Find your kink at Atlanta’s Southeast Black & Blue weekend

Find your kink at Atlanta’s Southeast Black & Blue weekend

The annual LGBTQ-BDSM festival is ready to turn Atlanta every which way but loose with three days of demos, parties and other activities at its Atlanta Eagle home base.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Dancing, mixing, meeting and canvassing are just a few of the LGBTQ activities waiting in LGBTQ Atlanta this Friday through Sunday. See what kind of ‘good trouble’ you can get into.    READ MORE »

Morph music showcase to bend BeltLine ears this Thursday

Morph music showcase to bend BeltLine ears this Thursday

Meet Morph, the LGBTQ-friendly music showcase ready to make some music at The Bakery this week with a previously un-collected group of artists, DJs and musicians.    READ MORE »

Q uncovers Jake Shears, Atlanta’s hidden queers, and advice for LGBTQ youth

Q uncovers Jake Shears, Atlanta’s hidden queers, and advice for LGBTQ youth

It’s not enough to value multiplicity. We must come together and embrace unity. Every week, Q looks at various aspects of LGBTQ life in Atlanta with a focus on diversity.    READ MORE »

A touch-averse guide to queer friends kissing and hugging

A touch-averse guide to queer friends kissing and hugging

Navigating the 'gay hug' gets tricky when you're culturally tuned into lots of personal space with friends. It gets really tricky when your boo doesn't have that affliction.    READ MORE »

Calling trans men out of invisibility and into queer legend

Calling trans men out of invisibility and into queer legend

When Q listed LGBTQ legends, transgender men who “most everyone knows and will remember forever” proved difficult to bring to mind. I consulted a trans male friend.    READ MORE »

Here’s why ‘religious freedom’ is not a license to discriminate

Here’s why ‘religious freedom’ is not a license to discriminate

'I’m not asking the Muslim cashier to eat the ham. I am asking him to ring it up. I’m not asking the Jehovah’s Witness shopkeeper to celebrate the birthday, just sell me the card.'    READ MORE »

Meet Queer Circus Jam aerialists flying from Atlanta’s rafters

Meet Queer Circus Jam aerialists flying from Atlanta’s rafters

From their silks and trapezes, locals pose for our photographer and welcome you to the playshop for LGBTQ people to train, play or practice circus and aerial arts together.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

A Madonna party, celebration of ‘daddies,' Janelle Monae concert, and more LGBTQ-ATL events than you can possibly get to make for one very hot, very queer weekend.    READ MORE »

Alexander McQueen film exposes the price to become a legend

Alexander McQueen film exposes the price to become a legend

The fragile genius of queer fashion designer Alexander McQueen is exposed to full effect as 'McQueen' documentary about his short life and tragic end hit Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Q meets queer Atlanta circus acts, musicians and kink queens

Q meets queer Atlanta circus acts, musicians and kink queens

Paying more than lip service to make places at the table so ‘y’all’ really does mean ‘all’ is apparently harder for some. This issue of Q magazine continues the mission.    READ MORE »

 
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