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Dear Straight People: An open letter to those who judge and condemn LGBTQ people

Dear Straight People: An open letter to those who judge and condemn LGBTQ people

Many of you are allies of the LGBTQ community. Thank you. But now I want to address other “straight” persons who wrestle to accept their LGBGTQ brethren.    READ MORE »

Q Pets Issue celebrates Atlanta fur-baby families of choice

Q Pets Issue celebrates Atlanta fur-baby families of choice

This week’s photo essay meets local LGBTQ pet professionals and their personal pets, and entertains a queer fascination with our furry friends.    READ MORE »

One Atlanta couple’s really homophobic totally racist very bad Stonewall March

One Atlanta couple’s really homophobic totally racist very bad Stonewall March

'A white guy we don't know “borrowed” my sunglasses and called himself the N-word in front of my black husband. Et tu, Homo? Then things got worse.'    READ MORE »

Atlanta Queer Arts Alliance forms to promote LGBTQ film, music and theater

Atlanta Queer Arts Alliance forms to promote LGBTQ film, music and theater

Six longstanding queer arts organizations finally had enough when an Atlanta City Council member excluded them from a list of local queer game changers.    READ MORE »

Play the Joining Hearts drinking game with these guys

Play the Joining Hearts drinking game with these guys

10 things you can count on after 32 years of pool parties. Take a shot each time you encounter these sure bets at the July 20 Celebrate main event in Piedmont Park.    READ MORE »

Our favorite Miz Cracker quotes as she heads to Atlanta

Our favorite Miz Cracker quotes as she heads to Atlanta

You may know her best as a blonde, and you might even know her better as a pickle. Miz Cracker brings her lasting impression to My Sister's Room.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Joining Hearts Weekend is just the tip of the LGBTQ Atlanta events iceberg. Start chipping away at more options in our Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

One person’s continuing journey to non-binary acceptance

One person’s continuing journey to non-binary acceptance

As a newly out nonbinary queer person, it’s harder moving about in this new world than I anticipated, similar but different to standing firm in my bisexuality.    READ MORE »

Q finds Joining Hearts, swimwear, bar wars and one salty Cracker

Q finds Joining Hearts, swimwear, bar wars and one salty Cracker

This week’s Q offers so many hits from so many corners of the LGBTQ village that your head will spin from the variety, but in only the very best ways.    READ MORE »

Um, I think my date just bailed without saying goodbye

Um, I think my date just bailed without saying goodbye

"Some 90 minutes and several questions from friends about his absence later, I got a return text, “I’m fine.” “I went home.” What the hell?"    READ MORE »

10 ways doctors and providers can measure up on LGBTQ healthcare

10 ways doctors and providers can measure up on LGBTQ healthcare

Things to look for before choosing a medical office, from the top down, from waiting room to exam room, from staff policies to community engagement.    READ MORE »

Moves to strengthen and stretch for everybody in every body

Moves to strengthen and stretch for everybody in every body

Whether you work out, run, dance, do yoga or just strictly just couch surf, stay more comfortable in your skin at home with no equipment required.    READ MORE »

ATL HIV researchers, activists, doctors talk fear, frustration and hope

ATL HIV researchers, activists, doctors talk fear, frustration and hope

Atlanta’s identity is loaded with things to be proud of, but the city's story isn’t complete without mentioning its place as the center of an HIV epidemic.    READ MORE »

Take the Q Sex Survey and reveal queer Atlanta’s sensual side

Take the Q Sex Survey and reveal queer Atlanta’s sensual side

What are your fantasies and fetishes? Are you married and monogamous, poly and pan? All will be exposed in our 2019 look at what makes LGBTQ Atlanta tick.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The Dog Days of summer are here, and LGBTQ-ATL events keep up the heat by day and night. Get in on these parties and performances.    READ MORE »

Former pro boxer Janaya Davis inspires others to get fit
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Former pro boxer Janaya Davis inspires others to get fit

Just call Janaya ‘Jai’ Davis the Comeback Kid. She was a star in the boxing world, then a firefighter and paramedic, and ultimately a beacon of resilience.    READ MORE »

Q magazine shapes up with queer Atlanta Health Issue

Q magazine shapes up with queer Atlanta Health Issue

Mag takes on queer wellness, fitness for every body type, the state of HIV in Atlanta and LGBTQ politi-medical challenges in special edition.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Bear Fest brings ‘Super Bears’ poolside for 2019

Atlanta Bear Fest brings ‘Super Bears’ poolside for 2019

Southern Bears brought its gay bear weekend back to the Courtyard Marriott, and on Saturday, the best spot was in the pool.    READ MORE »

Both husbands put on pounds, but only one wants to change

Both husbands put on pounds, but only one wants to change

I have struggled with my weight for years, and so has my husband. I'm trying to mitigate that with diet and exercise, but he isn't.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ-ATL dance instructors do a body, and a community, proud

LGBTQ-ATL dance instructors do a body, and a community, proud

Ballet. Contemporary. Ballroom. Vogue. Flamenco. The world of dance cuts to the core of diversity in Atlanta, and five instructors show Q how it’s done.    READ MORE »

 
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