Category:  Q magazine

Q Love Issue finds queer valentines, events and gifts

Q Love Issue finds queer valentines, events and gifts

With queer Atlanta couples, the best in themed events, relationship advice and last-minute gift ideas, this week’s Q makes your Valentine world go round.    READ MORE »

All methed up: Is my friend back on drugs, or like, annoyingly perky?

All methed up: Is my friend back on drugs, or like, annoyingly perky?

Friends hid a meth addiction until they were found out. They're supposedly in recovery, but they're still all over the place. How can you be sure?    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta rolls out the pink carpet on Valentine-themed events

Queer Atlanta rolls out the pink carpet on Valentine-themed events

Even if you call Feb. 14 Galentine's Day, Singles Awareness Day or Independence Day, there’s an LGBTQ event aiming its arrow at you.    READ MORE »

Check out Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s LGBTQ lineup

Check out Atlanta Jewish Film Festival’s LGBTQ lineup

Starting Monday, Atlanta Jewish Film Festival opens its month of compelling LGBTQ-inclusive films, characters and themes of queer interest.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Southern Sole, Glamorous, the quintessential red carpet and Chunk. That's just the tip of Atlanta's Queer Agenda event calendar.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ anchors, authors and the arts cross over in this week’s Q

LGBTQ anchors, authors and the arts cross over in this week’s Q

Pop stars, local legends and an Atlanta institution get the queer treatment, and Valentine events pop. It’s all about love in this issue of Q.    READ MORE »

How you can help jump Georgia’s biggest hurdle at AIDS Watch 2020

How you can help jump Georgia’s biggest hurdle at AIDS Watch 2020

More than 30 states including Georgia criminalize HIV. This week, you're invited to join other advocates to do something about it.    READ MORE »

‘Daddy’ not Dad: Sick of assumptions that I’m my boyfriend’s father

‘Daddy’ not Dad: Sick of assumptions that I’m my boyfriend’s father

Adding him to my life has been a blessing, but while I expected some people wouldn’t understand, I didn't predict the constant shaming.    READ MORE »

Matteo calling: Multi-talented funny man returns to Atlanta
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Matteo calling: Multi-talented funny man returns to Atlanta

Comic Matteo Lane has been tearing it up on Comedy Central, a podcast and Instagram. He's back in Atlanta for three nights of comedy.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

From drag DJs and DILFs to make-out parties and an out gay Super Bowl coach, plus everything in between, it's the Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta artist Riley Mayhem creates her own niche
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Queer Atlanta artist Riley Mayhem creates her own niche

How Riley Mayhem developed a method of creating paper portraits, made the leap to become a working artist, then impressed City Hall.    READ MORE »

Q hosts LGBTQ Atlanta comedy, tragedy, politics and art this week

Q hosts LGBTQ Atlanta comedy, tragedy, politics and art this week

Q packs a patchwork of people, places, plans and ponderable points of view into this week's snapshot of queer Atlanta culture.    READ MORE »

Oops! My neo-lib parents are totally racist

Oops! My neo-lib parents are totally racist

They accepted you being gay, but when you bring home a Latinx boyfriend, parents hit a snag as privileges and prejudices get tested.    READ MORE »

8 steps to keeping New Year’s resolutions or getting any goal

8 steps to keeping New Year’s resolutions or getting any goal

Humans have contrasting abilities when it comes to keeping promises to ourselves. We can give ourselves too many breaks, and then be too hard on ourselves when we fall short.    READ MORE »

Meet LGBTQ-ATL gym owners taking your health to the next level

Meet LGBTQ-ATL gym owners taking your health to the next level

It’s about this time in January that people start questioning their resolutions. Well, not if these local queer flat bellies have anything to say about it.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

You’re right on time to figure out what to do this weekend and how to make it queer AF. Welcome to the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events.    READ MORE »

Q Fitness Issue all about getting things done in 2020

Q Fitness Issue all about getting things done in 2020

If by now the New Year is just another string of days in the life and New You aspirations are waning, Q takes self-help and makes it queer.    READ MORE »

Atlanta queens and kings serve ‘60s Realness for MLK Weekend

Atlanta queens and kings serve ‘60s Realness for MLK Weekend

Niesha Dupree wanted to spotlight a crucial subset of Atlanta drag. What transpired is the Monday-night show regarded as one of the best-produced, best performed drag extravaganzas in town.    READ MORE »

You’re Canceled: The useless conceit of queer call-out culture

You’re Canceled: The useless conceit of queer call-out culture

I did a bad thing. It was wrong and ugly, and the public fallout was messy. I was put on blast, and it spiraled before an audience hungry for blood.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

With commemorations and celebrations as job one, and an extra day to do it, the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ Atlanta events gets supersized.    READ MORE »

 
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