Category:  Q magazine

This week’s Q mag spotlights curvy queers and variation as strength

This week’s Q mag spotlights curvy queers and variation as strength

There are as many kinds of queers as there are kinds of people, but making that a curse rather than a virtue hamstrings LGBTQ Atlanta. Q steps again toward all for one and one for all.    READ MORE »

How this queer succeeds playing his own worst enemy

How this queer succeeds playing his own worst enemy

Every year, I make them. Every year, they ping that voice inside that says I can't. This year, I make the same resolutions, but they are a total sham. A con. This year, I’m playing dirty.    READ MORE »

Let 2018 be the year that queer Atlanta learns empathy for a change

Let 2018 be the year that queer Atlanta learns empathy for a change

If we're looking for a chance to start fresh, let LGBT Atlanta and its allies start by realizing that seeing the humanity in others is what makes us better as a whole community.    READ MORE »

‘Qweirdos,’ drag and garage pop brew up Sweet Tea variety show

‘Qweirdos,’ drag and garage pop brew up Sweet Tea variety show

Meet Taylor Alxndr and get a load of her vision for LGBTQ entertainment in Atlanta. Music, performance artists and more come together for a unique queer experience this week.    READ MORE »

Biker Chicks: Hit the road with Atlanta’s Dykes on Bikes

Biker Chicks: Hit the road with Atlanta’s Dykes on Bikes

They have a reserved spot leading the Atlanta Pride parade, but Dykes on Bikes are so much more. They're social justice warriors, comrades and community members. Meet them all.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Good or bad, snow or shine, the week was the week. But now is now. Shuck off the past with LGBT events that put the gay in your day from all the folks who put the queer in your year.    READ MORE »

10 formerly derogatory words LGBTQs have reclaimed as our own

10 formerly derogatory words LGBTQs have reclaimed as our own

Slurs can be hurtful. When we use them as a term of endearment or twist the concepts, we reclaim our terms, remove their power, and shift their meanings in our favor. Here are our top ten.    READ MORE »

Q mag: How to reclaim queer slurs and wield them as armor

Q mag: How to reclaim queer slurs and wield them as armor

Call us by our names. That's the message in the latest Q magazine. Meet leaders of the pack Atlanta's Dykes on Bikes, turn certain terms in your favor, and find fresh takes on reinventing yourself.    READ MORE »

Say his name: Why the LGBTQ movement must remember Tyron Garner

Say his name: Why the LGBTQ movement must remember Tyron Garner

The unsung hero quashing sodomy laws, the way he was milked in the process, and how the movement for LGBTQ rights is sometimes paved over the backs of our most beautiful misfits.    READ MORE »

When that older man treating you like a sub is so not your daddy

When that older man treating you like a sub is so not your daddy

If an older man wants to make you princess and you're not the one, or when a so-called ‘friend’ chokes on his own HIV stigma, it's time to ask Life Judge. It's The Q.    READ MORE »

Fashionable queers letting their hair put color in winter

Fashionable queers letting their hair put color in winter

Bundled up to your eyeballs, one of the only places to add color in the bleak midwinter is our hair. This year, it's in totally unnatural, completely vibrant and entirely fabulous hues.    READ MORE »

Trans woman dodges ‘chasers’ before saying, let’s get (or not get) physical

Trans woman dodges ‘chasers’ before saying, let’s get (or not get) physical

Atlanta writer discusses "trans chasers" who fetishize her make meaningful connections tough, and suggests ways to avoid being one of them.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The last three-day holiday weekend until Easter packs a gay punch for MLK Day in Atlanta. Parties, performances, mixers, meetings and more stay busy through Monday.    READ MORE »

‘Winter Pride’ events put the LGBTQ in ATL MLK

‘Winter Pride’ events put the LGBTQ in ATL MLK

King Weekend means one thing to Atlanta LGBTs of color: Winter Pride. Meet the major players with enough parties and plans to crank reverence and revelry to full tilt.    READ MORE »

Q mag welcomes packed MLK Weekend to queer Atlanta

Q mag welcomes packed MLK Weekend to queer Atlanta

From voices on POC recognition, to parties for MLK Weekend, to popping vivid hair hues for winter, this issue of Q magazine tells colorful LGBTQ stories.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The holigays are over, but LGBT events the first weekend of the New Year don’t skip a beat. There are too many theme parties, variety shows and playoff games to slow your roll.    READ MORE »

When a friend takes up dating your toxic ex

When a friend takes up dating your toxic ex

Whether your sweetie is too clingy but it's about you, or your P.O.S. ex is wreaking havoc and it's not, you ask The Q, and Life Judge helps spread the love.    READ MORE »

8 steps to keeping those New Year’s resolutions

8 steps to keeping those New Year’s resolutions

New Year's Eve is a memory, and 2018's lofty goals are laid out waiting to get down to business. Your new beginning requires a new attitude – and these steps to success.    READ MORE »

Single again? Here are 10 of the best things about flying solo

Single again? Here are 10 of the best things about flying solo

So you broke up. It’s not all dinner for one and lonely longing, not by a long shot. In fact, you're free in these specific ways to do what you want, when you want, and who you want.    READ MORE »

It is about race: A call for justice in the LGBTQ rights movement

It is about race: A call for justice in the LGBTQ rights movement

There must be recognition that racial justice, racial disparities in the criminal justice system, and the murdering of black people by police are LGBTQ rights issues. Now is the time.    READ MORE »

 
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