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Meet Atlantans celebrating queer visibility in new Q mag

Meet Atlantans celebrating queer visibility in new Q mag

Our mission to highlight every aspect of LGBTQ Atlanta trains this week's spotlight on a relatively new holiday on the queer calendar. On Trans Day of Visibility and every day, we see you.    READ MORE »

Queers sacrificing ourselves for loved ones’ feelings over our own

Queers sacrificing ourselves for loved ones’ feelings over our own

Taking too much responsibility for the feelings and actions of others, everyone loses, often over past patterns. Atlanta LGBTQ therapist Alexandra Tyler helps you break the chain.    READ MORE »

When friends become crushes or friends with benefits

When friends become crushes or friends with benefits

One queer slept with their best friend. Another wants to but can't bring it up. Then there's a convoluted LGBTQ daisy chain of affection with none of the fun part. Let's talk.    READ MORE »

AID Atlanta camps it up for funds with Twisted Broadway at Lips

AID Atlanta camps it up for funds with Twisted Broadway at Lips

When it comes to new twists on fundraising, AID Atlanta took it to Broadway on March 14. A crowd gathered at Lips Atlanta for a theme night based on legendary stage characters and showtunes.    READ MORE »

Best places to tag yourself #daydrinking in queer Atlanta

Best places to tag yourself #daydrinking in queer Atlanta

Imbibing during daylight is almost a queer right of passage, especially as we enter patio season. Here's a list of great places to tag with yourself with #daydrinking..    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

LGBTQ Atlanta throws open its arms to a weekend of events to wash away that dreary workweek. Embrace the get up, get out, and do something of it all in our Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

Preview works from the stunning new Spectra Queer Art Showcase

Preview works from the stunning new Spectra Queer Art Showcase

An LGBTQ affair of the art from Los Angeles transplants Cameron Lee and Rigel Gemini kickstarts Atlanta’s season of art, music and festivals with a don't-miss event this week.    READ MORE »

Atlanta art queers and spring awakenings in your new Q

Atlanta art queers and spring awakenings in your new Q

Longer days inspire an LGBTQ art showcase, places for daydrinking, and cocktails with a queer twist, while libidos kick into overdrive for the season in this week’s issue.    READ MORE »

10 queers you never, ever want to date again

10 queers you never, ever want to date again

You know them. Maybe you loved them. Whether they're bitter and taking you down with them or their toxicity is contagious, these are the lovers who you never want to love again.    READ MORE »

Finding your own answer to ‘Why am I still single?’

Finding your own answer to ‘Why am I still single?’

Other people may ask, whether they are being complimentary or annoying, But this Atlanta gay man internalizes the importance and responsibility to face that tough question for himself.    READ MORE »

Advice for queer matchmakers and the terminally single

Advice for queer matchmakers and the terminally single

Why are my fellow queers intent on setting me up with crazies and freaks – sorry, but these people are actually crazy and weird, they just are – who would never make a match for me.    READ MORE »

Meet six diverse queer acts making music in Atlanta

Meet six diverse queer acts making music in Atlanta

From Hip Hop to House, Rock to Electronica, Techno to Synth Pop, local creative souls, chat about their music, and get their thoughts on Atlanta's scene and their place in it.    READ MORE »

Best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Another busy weekend of LGBT events means spring has officially sprung. Get ready to claim your piece of queer Atlanta’s overflowing offerings of parties, plays and people watching.    READ MORE »

Real Atlanta needs to catch up to ‘Love, Simon’ version

Real Atlanta needs to catch up to ‘Love, Simon’ version

Moved to tears at a local screening with the cast, our reviewer hopes ATL becomes more like the one in that audience and in the film, and queer teens can hear more cheers in their lives.    READ MORE »

Meet queer Atlantans making music in the latest Q magazine

Meet queer Atlantans making music in the latest Q magazine

Contributing artist Jon Dean shoots another photo essay for us, this time focusing on six acts representing the gamut of genres from Hip Hop to House, Rock to Synthpop, and beyond.    READ MORE »

10 aspects of queer identity that aren’t going anywhere

10 aspects of queer identity that aren’t going anywhere

Whether you're Team Queer Culture, Team Assimilation, or Team Both Worlds, take heart in these aspects of who we are that we expect to stick around.    READ MORE »

Can gay and lesbian cultures please stop attacking femininity?

Can gay and lesbian cultures please stop attacking femininity?

'No Fats, No Fems,' Say what? We get enough of it from cishet men. Gay men and lesbians need to end brutal fem-hating standards and rampant rudeness of dating disclaimers.    READ MORE »

A queer guide to sex etiquette before, during  & after

A queer guide to sex etiquette before, during & after

How do you spice things up? What line wouldn't you cross? How to acknowledge one night stands? Three reader inquiries on how to respect partners.    READ MORE »

Get ready for Bianca Del Rio with a dozen of her best one-liners

Get ready for Bianca Del Rio with a dozen of her best one-liners

As the RPDR legend hits Atlanta at Variety Playhouse on her 'Blame It On Bianca tour, we list our favorite quotes and one-liners that make the queen of mean so memorable.    READ MORE »

Is increasing equality erasing queer culture?

Is increasing equality erasing queer culture?

Assimilation into the mainstream is largely celebrated as a byproduct of civil rights gains, but are advancements in some queer rights erasing LGBTQ identities? Only if we let it.    READ MORE »

 
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