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What’s in a name? Trans Georgians reveal how they chose a new one

What’s in a name? Trans Georgians reveal how they chose a new one

Local transgender people reveal their sometimes moving, never boring paths to selecting a name that better aligns with their gender identity.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Thanksgiving weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Thanksgiving weekend

The holiday week brings more, not less, to the Queer Agenda calendar of events in Atlanta. Take your pick from Wednesday Thanksgiving Eve festivities all the way through Sunday.    READ MORE »

Q mag calls out queer ATL women, party boys and trans name changes

Q mag calls out queer ATL women, party boys and trans name changes

From first to last to entire communities, what we call ourselves matters, especially if it'a a human being who's also queer and misidentified. This issue of Q does the name game.    READ MORE »

Marriage isn’t smooth sailing. Are you Gutted, Lazy or Stigma-rant?

Marriage isn’t smooth sailing. Are you Gutted, Lazy or Stigma-rant?

In marriage matters, committing to one another is the first step, but far from the last. Issues arise no matter the stage of your relationship, and a little good advice can go a long way.    READ MORE »

Thank you, Atlanta, for an amazing queer year of Q magazine

Thank you, Atlanta, for an amazing queer year of Q magazine

We couldn’t be prouder of our first 12 months, or more excited about the opportunities to do even more. As we hurtle into the future, we also glance back at 20 of our best covers and coverage.    READ MORE »

Jenna Laurenzo and Out on Film drop ‘Lez Bomb’ on Atlanta

Jenna Laurenzo and Out on Film drop ‘Lez Bomb’ on Atlanta

All she wants to do for Thanksgiving is bring her girlfriend home and come out to her parents and family, but matters get sidetracked for the main character in the comedic “Lez Bomb.”    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s been a hard-fought week, but your sweet reward is here. Run your fingers through this long and lustrous Queer Agenda of Atlanta’s best LGBTQ events.    READ MORE »

ATL Latinx Pride shines with DJs, drinks, dancing and ‘Divertidos!’

ATL Latinx Pride shines with DJs, drinks, dancing and ‘Divertidos!’

Gird your loins, dancing queens. A debut party is coming for another slot on Atlanta’s annual dance calendar, and this one hits the gay party scene with a message of inclusivity.    READ MORE »

‘Conversion’ survivor, LGBTQ champion Sean Young fights back
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‘Conversion’ survivor, LGBTQ champion Sean Young fights back

Sean Young is hooked on justice. He rode a long path to accepting his sexual orientation, but once he did, he made up for lost time by advocating for LGBTQ rights across the country.    READ MORE »

First-anniversary Q mag captures queer Atlantans at work and play

First-anniversary Q mag captures queer Atlantans at work and play

The good news for us here at Q is that our work is never done. Real Atlantans inspire every issue, from the serious business of LGBTQ rights to the importance of letting your hair down.    READ MORE »

Help for queers who are green, fugly and worry too much

Help for queers who are green, fugly and worry too much

Got a significant other so hot you're a jealous mess? Aging and letting yourself feel like a troll? Step 1 is to stop worrying, because wringing your hands compounds your issues.    READ MORE »

Gender-free, color-neutral fashions let you shine through

Gender-free, color-neutral fashions let you shine through

Genderqueer models stand out against neutral-tone fashions that are gender-neutral too in looks that look good on everyone with pops of the one-of-a-kind queers wearing them.    READ MORE »

ATL is Burning blends ball culture with a live music dance party

ATL is Burning blends ball culture with a live music dance party

When Southern Fried Queer Pride decides to serve something fresh, count on a creative event. When they join forces with national LGBTQ talents and a huge brand sponsor, it’s a sure bet.    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 the door. The Queer Agenda calendar beckons you to Atlanta’s best LGBTQ shows, soirees and special events.    READ MORE »

10 signs that LGBTQ rights fights are shifting everyday culture

10 signs that LGBTQ rights fights are shifting everyday culture

When the going gets rough, it's empowering to look up from queer battles and headaches to acknowledge both the subtle and blatant changes all around us as signs of the times.    READ MORE »

This week’s Q magazine marks the signs of changing queer times

This week’s Q magazine marks the signs of changing queer times

As buried as our heads can be in equalizing societal playing fields, often mired in grayer-than-November and colder-than-comfortable climes, it’s nice to stop and smell the roses of progress.    READ MORE »

Queer life improves, but hooking up is still oh-so hard to do

Queer life improves, but hooking up is still oh-so hard to do

Some queer conundrums never get easier, whether you're big-kid fishing in a millennial pond, wanting commitment, or worried about HIV in the wrong way. Was it always this hard? Yes.    READ MORE »

10 LGBTQ issues facing whoever we elect in Georgia on Nov. 6

10 LGBTQ issues facing whoever we elect in Georgia on Nov. 6

There’s one coalition of dedicated staff and volunteers with queer Georgia is on their mind every single day. On Election Day, the officials they engage the rest of the year are up to us.    READ MORE »

Queen’s Freddie Mercury biopic delivers ‘Rhapsody’ realness

Queen’s Freddie Mercury biopic delivers ‘Rhapsody’ realness

Queer icon Freddie Mercury was bold, groundbreaking, revolutionary and beguiling. A movie about his band is a tall order, but 'Bohemian Rhapsody' delivers Queen realness in spades.    READ MORE »

‘I’m with her’: Making the queer case for Stacey Abrams

‘I’m with her’: Making the queer case for Stacey Abrams

I am scared, and if you’re scared too, a Stacey Abrams win can help calm very real LGBTQ survival fears in Georgia. We need to vote for her because she leads in a fearless way.    READ MORE »

 
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