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Your queer guide to ATL’s best LGBTQ Cinco de Mayo parties

Your queer guide to ATL’s best LGBTQ Cinco de Mayo parties

You can always count on Cinco de Mayo for a good time in Atlanta. These are the LGBTQ-specific events for the official holiday and unofficial holi-gay on Saturday.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Sports, soirees, special guests and … Cinco! The LGBTQ-ATL is your oyster, and your only trouble is making a choice as Atlanta musters its best events for your hard-earned downtime.    READ MORE »

Let these comics take your queer, Southern ‘Prayer Requests’

Let these comics take your queer, Southern ‘Prayer Requests’

“Prayer Requests: A Stand-Up Comedy Cry for Help” is the “bless your heart” of Atlanta comedy shows, direct from the minds of best friends Powell Mansfield and Katherine Blanford.    READ MORE »

This week’s Q magazine shows queer Atlanta a good time

This week’s Q magazine shows queer Atlanta a good time

Committed and intense is good, but simmer down, Sally. Activism and advocacy are an integral part of queer life in Atlanta, but Q softens those edges for the better with LGBTQ parties, plays and must-meet local queer performers.    READ MORE »

Growing up queer and why ‘authentic’ is better than ‘normal’

Growing up queer and why ‘authentic’ is better than ‘normal’

What’s normal anyway? Navigating so-called ‘social norms’ on the way to your authentic self is wrought with emotional hurdles and societal stumbling blocks for those who identify as 'different.'    READ MORE »

We’re here, we’re queer, we’re conquering our fears

We’re here, we’re queer, we’re conquering our fears

Don't feed the fears, queers, The Q offers advice this week on facing the unknown, from your secret fetish fantasies to relationship commitment issues to your mind-numbingly boring rut.    READ MORE »

Lucy Stoole’s genderqueer art drag takes a big juicy bite out of Atlanta

Lucy Stoole’s genderqueer art drag takes a big juicy bite out of Atlanta

It’s been clear since the sophomore stages of her career that Lucy Stoole was going to be an underground queer icon. Now her living art shines on the next LEWK party in Atlanta.    READ MORE »

Is PrEP a license to throw caution to the wind?

Is PrEP a license to throw caution to the wind?

To say I was excited is an understatement when the FDA approved an HIV treatment drug as a Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). The fear of becoming HIV positive can subside, but too much?    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Now that the weather agrees with the calendar, celebrations of spring can officially commence. LGBTQ Atlanta events bring it, from community unity to Bacchanalian debaucheries.    READ MORE »

Meet the fab 5 queers playing Laughing Skull Comedy Festival

Meet the fab 5 queers playing Laughing Skull Comedy Festival

After nearly 1,000 submissions and tough decisions, Midtown’s premiere comedy club is ready to bring 60 top comedians to Atlanta. Meet the queer comics on the roster.    READ MORE »

Welcome to LGBTQ Atlanta, where we never, ever back down

Welcome to LGBTQ Atlanta, where we never, ever back down

Queer ATLiens are gloriously diverse, but with certain common qualities that connect us: Our Southern-fried pride is a tenacity of steel, smelted in adversity and formed in determination.    READ MORE »

How to break up like a grown queer instead of a jerk

How to break up like a grown queer instead of a jerk

Bailing on difficult conversations? Adulting is hard. If you're ghosting instead of confronting, sabotaging yourself to avoid discussion, or missing out over having a chat, it's time to buck up.    READ MORE »

Expressing ourselves, and why gender isn’t the sum of our traits

Expressing ourselves, and why gender isn’t the sum of our traits

No matter how we try, nobody's gender expression is going to please everyone. When falling outside the 'expected,' it's paramount to serenity to value our own standards.    READ MORE »

Bears, cubs and more furry beefcakes ready for Atlanta Bear Pride

Bears, cubs and more furry beefcakes ready for Atlanta Bear Pride

Winter is a memory, spring is here, and Atlanta Bear Pride is coming for you this weekend. Bears, cubs and more furry beefcakes come out of hibernation for parties at multiple venues.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One of the biggest LGBTQ schedules of the year so far lands you in the thick of the a Queer Agenda calendar from annual throwdowns to one-night-only specials you won’t soon forget.    READ MORE »

Atlanta queers channel their spirit animal in this week’s Q

Atlanta queers channel their spirit animal in this week’s Q

Atlanta’s queer woodlands of beautiful beasts wouldn't be the same without our first faction to be widely associated with its own spirit animal. Q welcomes Atlanta Bear Pride this weekend.    READ MORE »

Meet the Atlanta team melding queer, Latinx and feminist art

Meet the Atlanta team melding queer, Latinx and feminist art

On April 19, local feminist art will be 'neither here nor there.' That's the intersection explored by 'Ni Aquí Ni Allá,' a collaborative team of Latinx artists and their group show at the Bakery.    READ MORE »

How do I navigate my discordant relationship past our differences?

How do I navigate my discordant relationship past our differences?

Tapping divergence as fuel, but knowing when discordant relationships are a good challenge to have, and when your differences are actually dealbreakers worth considering.    READ MORE »

10 reasons to check out Atlanta’s queer leather scene

10 reasons to check out Atlanta’s queer leather scene

What's so great about leather? With Atlanta Leather Pride gearing up this weekend and the old adage try everything once, here's why we wouldn't knock it until you've tried it.    READ MORE »

How pop culture helped me find my lost queer tribe

How pop culture helped me find my lost queer tribe

When ‘gay’ and ‘queer’ meant ‘ain’t right,' poring over pop culture imagery for clues helped me find my lost tribe of people who made me feel less alone in the world.    READ MORE »

 
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