Category:  Q magazine

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 »

A gay man’s internal struggle between dependence and independence

A gay man’s internal struggle between dependence and independence

"I frequently find myself struggling between wanting my independence and wanting dependence too. It is my belief that we need a healthy balance of both."    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The LGBTQ-ATL keeps queer cool in the heat with an annual fest, a birthday bash, and more shows, soirees and specials than you can shake a stick at.    READ MORE »

Do the queer Atlanta Indepen-Dance in Q’s July 4 issue

Do the queer Atlanta Indepen-Dance in Q’s July 4 issue

July drops with a beat. The holiday weekend, the movement toward full equality, as well as literal movement itself, are on the Q magazine dance card this week.    READ MORE »

Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

Ghosting, shaming and being mean when they’re not that into you

The distance and anonymity of urban life make it easier to dehumanize each other in every situation, but it hurts even more when it's part of dating.    READ MORE »

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend
Q magazine  |  Q&A

‘Extra Salty’ comic Ky Krebs hits Atlanta for Stonewall Weekend

Ky Krebs came up and out in the South, and it informs who he is as a comic. In his Atlanta debut, he brings Q mag a mix of tea, shade and laughs.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlantans channel Stonewall era’s legendary queeroes

LGBTQ Atlantans channel Stonewall era’s legendary queeroes

For the Stonewall Riots 50th anniversary, contributor Jon Dean shoots six locals and asks how history inspires the next generation of queer life, love and action.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Stonewall Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta Stonewall Weekend

The Queer Agenda calendar is here for you every week, but this time, if you’re looking and can’t find a local LGBTQ event, you’re just flat doing it wrong.    READ MORE »

Meet DJ Esme and his antidote for ‘toxic and abusive’ Atlanta nightlife
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Meet DJ Esme and his antidote for ‘toxic and abusive’ Atlanta nightlife

Kenneth Figueroa is a man on a mission. He has come a long way from the “huge anti-social goth kid” growing up in Acworth, Ga to becoming queer Atlanta's own DJ Esme.    READ MORE »

Catch up, reflect and make plans in Q mag’s Stonewall Issue

Catch up, reflect and make plans in Q mag’s Stonewall Issue

Six weeks after Stonewall, two after the moon landing, one before Woodstock, and on the night of Sharon Tate’s murder, another legend was born.    READ MORE »

For LGBTQs in love, one size almost never fits all

For LGBTQs in love, one size almost never fits all

Marriage equality presents the option to legally wed, not a requirement. Instead of forcing it, people are realizing it's not an all-or-nothing proposition.    READ MORE »

10 gender identities and terms to know about breaking the binary

10 gender identities and terms to know about breaking the binary

Between, beside and beyond the binary come those people who identify outside the traditional male and female roles and expectations.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Dykes, Femmes tell Stonewall QueerStory ‘when we hid’

Atlanta Dykes, Femmes tell Stonewall QueerStory ‘when we hid’

In 1969, everything about us was illegal. Congregating. Being served alcohol. Cross-dressing (“masquerading”). A simple touch could lead to your arrest and your demise.    READ MORE »

DJs Paulo and Abel take over with a Heretic-Xion doubleheader

DJs Paulo and Abel take over with a Heretic-Xion doubleheader

It was a night to remember when legendary circuit spinners Paulo and Abel doubleteamed the dancing queens for nine hours of Stonewall 50 Rebellion party.    READ MORE »

One gorgeous Atlanta wedding by a queer village of vendors and venues

One gorgeous Atlanta wedding by a queer village of vendors and venues

Fairytale weddings don’t just happen. Even simple ones can get complicated without an army of experts navigating your way and easing your stress.    READ MORE »

Designer Miguel Wilson makes tuxes and suits with love

Designer Miguel Wilson makes tuxes and suits with love

When they want to look their best, be it for a wedding or any occasion, Atlanta’s elite go to Miguel Wilson. With a location in Phipps Plaza, you and yours can too.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Forget work. You betta, what? Weeerrrk, Live, Pose! into the third weekend of Stonewall Month events. Give yourself the LGBTQ Atlanta weekend you deserve.    READ MORE »

Packed wedding issue of Q mag starts with love

Packed wedding issue of Q mag starts with love

Dykes, activists, fashionistos, lesbian brides, gay grooms and people from no fewer than 10 gender identities come together in this week’s Q magazine.    READ MORE »

10 books to queer up your summer reading list

10 books to queer up your summer reading list

Whether you read at the beach, at the pool, in the backyard, in bed or in the bathtub, LGBTQ books and titles of queer interest are here to make the most of your lazy, hazy lounging time.    READ MORE »

Angry gay man judges ‘Manboys’ and everyone but himself

Angry gay man judges ‘Manboys’ and everyone but himself

Recently, our advice column suggested 'Manboy' stop policing friends and work on himself. We struck a nerve with a reader showing 10 times the affliction.    READ MORE »

 
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