Category:  Q magazine

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 »

‘Winter Pride’ events put the LGBTQ in the ATL for MLK Weekend

‘Winter Pride’ events put the LGBTQ in the ATL for MLK Weekend

From Thursday all the way through Monday’s big annual LGBTQ breakfast, get ready for celebrities, commemoration and celebration.    READ MORE »

Q channels MLK legacy and helps you rock the holiday weekend

Q channels MLK legacy and helps you rock the holiday weekend

Kings and queens serve 1960s Civil Rights Realness as queer Atlanta does MLK Weekend with a slate of LGBTQ events for both reverence and revelry.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The weekends keep coming, and they don't stop coming. So much to do, so much to see. Queer Agenda calendar gonna set you free.    READ MORE »

Dating your way through the Queer Law of Least Attraction

Dating your way through the Queer Law of Least Attraction

It can feel like there’s an unwritten law that the people we are attracted to are somehow the least likely to be the ones attracted to us, and vice versa.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s queer history comes to life in Georgia State exhibit

Atlanta’s queer history comes to life in Georgia State exhibit

Bar raids. AIDS. Pride. Protests, breakthroughs, venues, media coverage, drag shows, controversies, and well, just the LGBTQ Atlanta of it all.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Hangover hanging or finally rested, those calendar pages keep flipping, and we keep tripping, into another weekend packed with LGBTQ Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ musical mentor makes beautiful music with Atlanta youth
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LGBTQ musical mentor makes beautiful music with Atlanta youth

When Atlanta needs a music mentor to guide its youth, they go to Notes for Notes, where Jen Hodges offers free instruction and a recording studio.    READ MORE »

Bye, в1тçн. 10 things queer Atlanta will not miss in the Roaring ‘20s

Bye, в1тçн. 10 things queer Atlanta will not miss in the Roaring ‘20s

Q's year-end series on queer things Atlanta will miss in the 2020s wraps up with things that we would actually be happy to never see again.    READ MORE »

Hear You Roar: Queer Atlanta parties into the Roaring 20s

Hear You Roar: Queer Atlanta parties into the Roaring 20s

The LGBTQ-ATL leaves behind 2019 and enters 2020 with a busy New Year’s Eve slate of parties and performances packed with people.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Call it New Year’s Eve pre-gaming. Three days of LGBTQ events in Atlanta to rev your engines for Tuesday. Check out Q’s NYE Queer Agenda, too.    READ MORE »

Q Atlanta enters a new decade and celebrates end of a queer year

Q Atlanta enters a new decade and celebrates end of a queer year

A new decade always brings with it a bit more anticipation. The opportunity and potential of a New Year seem somehow ten-fold if that year ends in zero.    READ MORE »

 
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