Category:  Q magazine

Hoppin, poppin Easter parties in the LGBTQ-ATL

Hoppin, poppin Easter parties in the LGBTQ-ATL

A big weekend for events in Atlanta includes a queer plethora of party options themed around the Easter holiday. Hop into dances, egg hunts, carnival games and drag races.    READ MORE »

Big queer weekends collide, rain down bears and bonnets on Atlanta

Big queer weekends collide, rain down bears and bonnets on Atlanta

What do you get when you combine a late-season Easter with the annual Atlanta Bear Pride? We’re all about to find out in this week's Q magazine special edition.    READ MORE »

Insta couples, fisting and minding my own business

Insta couples, fisting and minding my own business

The guy is lying to his boyfriend and followers, maybe even himself. Do you think he’s suddenly being honest with a stranger on the internet?    READ MORE »

Onyx Southeast celebrates 20 years of black Atlanta leather men

Onyx Southeast celebrates 20 years of black Atlanta leather men

When Merlin started going to the Onyx Southeast bar nights, he was drawn in. 'A man of color owning their sexuality is freeing and revolutionary.'    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The LGBTQ local calendar is full of chances to get out, show out, be out.. It’s a lot, but you can handle it. Probably. Or you know, at least have fun trying.    READ MORE »

Meet an Atlantan helping lift up Latinx LGBTQ people
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Meet an Atlantan helping lift up Latinx LGBTQ people

When you’re queer and Latinx, you may have unique needs. That’s where Latino LinQ comes in. Meet Humberto Orozco and his American dream.    READ MORE »

Q takes a walk on the wild side on eve of Atlanta Leather Pride

Q takes a walk on the wild side on eve of Atlanta Leather Pride

Q’s commitment to queer diversity continues with profile portraits of the men of Onyx Southeast, and that’s just the tip of what we have in store.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta pops with spring shows, specials and soirees

Queer Atlanta pops with spring shows, specials and soirees

Gird your loins, children. Mother Nature, Father Time and the power of spring’s queer heritage of renewal team up to keep your to-do list popping all season.    READ MORE »

Queers who offer an explanation when they owe an apology

Queers who offer an explanation when they owe an apology

It's hard to say you're sorry, but if your version of apologizing doesn't include the actual words, save it. Now serving proper form for apologies and forgiveness in The Q advice column.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The Queer Agenda calendar is your LGBTQ oyster. Just pick one for a don’t-miss queer Atlanta events pearl to clutch lovingly to your breast.    READ MORE »

WERUradio queers up Urban airwaves, diversifies Pride radio
Q magazine  |  Q&A

WERUradio queers up Urban airwaves, diversifies Pride radio

What is LGBTQ music? What is Pride music? Whatever your definitions, WERUradio (“we are you radio”) is here to expand them. We "R" here for it.    READ MORE »

Parties and patios get sprung in Q’s Spring Preview

Parties and patios get sprung in Q’s Spring Preview

Q catches queer Atlanta adding to its LGBTQ landscape once again this week, and is it just me, or are we doing it with an extra spring in our step these days?    READ MORE »

Yet another way that genitals don’t make the man

Yet another way that genitals don’t make the man

If you consider it immutable that having a penis makes you a man and having a vagina makes you a woman, that's Gender Essentialism, and here's why I hate it.    READ MORE »

The first clue was when his cheating husband told him to ‘man up’

The first clue was when his cheating husband told him to ‘man up’

Ever worry you're being basic, stupid or just blind? It's a common challenge, but not necessarily because of the reasons we think.    READ MORE »

Georgia’s new club kids werk it for Q magazine

Georgia’s new club kids werk it for Q magazine

Kitchy. Bold. Energetic. Fresh. Mercurial. Welcome to the expressive world of the LGBTQ-ATL’s freshest crop of club kids in the Q cover feature.    READ MORE »

Thuy Nguyen slings drinks, spreads love on queer Atlanta nightlife

Thuy Nguyen slings drinks, spreads love on queer Atlanta nightlife

Thuy Nguyen (pronounced “twee win”) is a queer Atlanta bartending veteran with serious skills. In fact, her expertise comes with a crown.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

In like a lion, now March is out like a lamb with three days of LGBTQ Atlanta events. Parties, plays, people and Pride are everywhere we turn in this week's Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

How Trump Era realities pushed ‘Angry Fags’ over the edge

How Trump Era realities pushed ‘Angry Fags’ over the edge

When Topher Payne’s dark comedy Angry Fags debuted in 2013, its good gays gone bad hit close to home, but it still felt like a stretch. Not any more.    READ MORE »

New Q hits the clubs and theaters to meet fab queer Atlantans

New Q hits the clubs and theaters to meet fab queer Atlantans

You can always tell it’s springtime in queer Atlanta. No, certainly not by the uncertain weather, but by the abundant stuff available for us to get out and do.    READ MORE »

Stereotyping: Every queer’s a victim and most are perpetrators too

Stereotyping: Every queer’s a victim and most are perpetrators too

As a gay man, I’ve been the victim of stereotyping on more than one occasion, as a great home designer, floral designer and quite the fashionista. I am none of those.    READ MORE »

 
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