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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
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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 »

Even the best unsolicited advice is still best kept to yourself

Even the best unsolicited advice is still best kept to yourself

One friend never fails to try and fix other people's problems. Another closest friend is believed to be either bipolar or on the spectrum. Here's to well meaning friends who think they're "helping."    READ MORE »

‘Giant Little Ones’ opens with exploration of queer identity

‘Giant Little Ones’ opens with exploration of queer identity

Franky and Ballas are your typical, dreamy, high school students. They’re handsome, big men on campus, best friends since childhood, and popular leaders of the swim team, and they’re about to share an intense sexual experience.    READ MORE »

35 queer and allied eateries for eating good in the gayborhood

35 queer and allied eateries for eating good in the gayborhood

It's easy to forget our cultural wealth in LGBTQ Atlanta. An awesome extension of it is a chock-full plate of restaurant choices, from casual to chic, date night to gurlz night and beyond.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Come through, weekend! And not a moment too soon. We need you now more than ever, weekend, so lay your sweet LGBTQ-ATL events on us and don’t hesitate another second.    READ MORE »

Badass The Black Madonna to unleash music magic on Heretic

Badass The Black Madonna to unleash music magic on Heretic

The Black Madonna's DJ persona isn’t about religion. It's more about religious experiences on any dance floor she graces. We gathered intel for five fast facts before you and she hit Heretic.    READ MORE »

Taste the rainbow in Q’s Dining Guide to queer Atlanta

Taste the rainbow in Q’s Dining Guide to queer Atlanta

From the meal of our people at brunch, to any gathering around a communal table, one of the LGBTQ-ATL’s rites of passage is eating good in the gayborhood. Q magazine is all over it.    READ MORE »

Tricks to move on from relationships and break from your past

Tricks to move on from relationships and break from your past

Your mental toolbox can always use a few new tools. This week, one queer thinks they'll never love again, while another is sure he'll never live down the mistakes of his former self.    READ MORE »

10 queer-coded TV and movie characters who never came out

10 queer-coded TV and movie characters who never came out

Was being literal too easy? Characters coded as queer have a history on screen as old as cinema itself. Sometimes, the strategy's often nefarious, often hilarious use created a legend.    READ MORE »

 
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