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Meet Georgia’s LGBTQ and queer-friendly candidates for 2018
Q magazine  |  News  |  Politics

Meet Georgia’s LGBTQ and queer-friendly candidates for 2018

Socially progressive voters may never be more motivated to hit the polls for a prophesized Blue Wave than in the 2018 midterm elections. It could be a Queer Wave as well.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

You never stop plugging away at that queer life, and the LGBTQ-ATL keeps the pace with Atlanta events for your precious downtime. Scroll through the Queer Agenda calendar.    READ MORE »

Meet an Atlanta transgender legal eagle fighting fire with fire
Q magazine  |  Q&A  |  Community

Meet an Atlanta transgender legal eagle fighting fire with fire

Attorney Taylor Brown had a lot working against her on the path to becoming the Tyron Garner Memorial Fellow at Lambda Legal. But she has "a fire" in her, she says.    READ MORE »

Q mag queers your vote in critical midterm election cycle

Q mag queers your vote in critical midterm election cycle

Nov. 6 is a big day in LGBTQ Atlanta. In fact, some say it's the most crucial day for queer safety, rights and even survival in years, and our best chance to flick the pendulum back toward justice.    READ MORE »

The best queer costume parties in Atlanta on Halloween Night

The best queer costume parties in Atlanta on Halloween Night

Queer Atlanta shows out with a packed Halloween Night party schedule to dress up and maybe even win some cash at multiple costume contests and celebrations.    READ MORE »

From exes to friends: the obstacle course of an amicable breakup

From exes to friends: the obstacle course of an amicable breakup

Even if you still love and respect each other, jumping hurdles is still part of any breakup. The Q meets two queer couples who are navigating their paths to a new normal.    READ MORE »

Asking yourself the hard questions about ‘True Love’

Asking yourself the hard questions about ‘True Love’

What exactly is true love? Is it open to interpretation by each individual, or is there only a specific definition? Do we feel it every time we say it, or are they just routine words?    READ MORE »

Out Front opener explores gay bar massacre 40 years before Pulse

Out Front opener explores gay bar massacre 40 years before Pulse

If your queer history doesn’t yet include the 1973 arson attack in New Orleans, let this be your tutorial. If you only know the outcome, let "The View Upstairs" at Out Front Theatre personalize it.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Halloween weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Halloween weekend

Creaking, screams and other things that go bump in the night are all queer. LGBTQ Atlanta embraces Halloween with events that go all out with costumes for fun and fundraising.    READ MORE »

Q has Atlanta’s homo Halloween hookup — parties, costumes, more

Q has Atlanta’s homo Halloween hookup — parties, costumes, more

Time just keeps spinning forward, as does the LGBTQ-ATL. One minute it’s Atlanta Pride, the next you’re bundled up working on that Halloween costume. Q mag keeps the pace.    READ MORE »

Meet 10 worthy AIDS Walk Atlanta beneficiaries for 2018

Meet 10 worthy AIDS Walk Atlanta beneficiaries for 2018

In addition to hosts AID Atlanta, these LGBTQ and queer-inclusive orgs are scheduled to walk proud for your worthy donations at AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run on Sunday, Oct. 21.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Fall's never-ending schedule continues with shows, sports, soirees and special events and guest stars in Atlanta's most comprehensive LGBTQ events calendar, the Queer Agenda.    READ MORE »

Atlanta’s Johnnie Ray Kornegay III talks art, activism and justice
Q magazine  |  Q&A

Atlanta’s Johnnie Ray Kornegay III talks art, activism and justice

Johnnie Ray Kornegay III is many things, but stagnant is not one of them. Photographer, creator, consultant, activist — his imprint shows across Atlanta. He talks to Q magazine's Q&A.    READ MORE »

Q goes mining for fall, sees red and harvests queer Atlanta gold

Q goes mining for fall, sees red and harvests queer Atlanta gold

Post-Pride in the LGBTQ-ATL is no time to rest on our laurels. Atlanta has places to go and people to see, and Q remains steadfastly dedicated to bringing you all of it.    READ MORE »

Help! My hus-bear is a control freak and I want out!

Help! My hus-bear is a control freak and I want out!

Whether it’s a passive-aggressively abusive partner or a "mean-girl" friend who's just a bully, you deserve better. Here are some steps for freeing yourself from toxic relationships.    READ MORE »

What would you go back and tell your closeted self?
Q magazine  |  Q Voices  |  Pride

What would you go back and tell your closeted self?

Q Voices columnists join forces in this week's Pride issue with advice to their pre-coming-out selves. From light-hearted and simple to serious and nuanced, this chorus strikes the right note.    READ MORE »

Welcome to Atlanta Pride, unwoke and newbies!

Welcome to Atlanta Pride, unwoke and newbies!

Letter writers into The Q, we're calling them Newbie and Unwoke, both find long-overdue teaching moments in equality and the joys of being out and proud on Pride Weekend.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlantans tell their National Coming Out Day stories

LGBTQ Atlantans tell their National Coming Out Day stories

To celebrate Atlanta Pride weekend, 11 locals sat for portraits interviews with famed Q contributor Jon Dean in a Coming Out Day photo essay we call Faces of Pride.    READ MORE »

The best Pride things to do in Atlanta this weekend
Q magazine  |  q events  |  Pride

The best Pride things to do in Atlanta this weekend

It’s big, it’s beautiful, and you’re going to love it. That’s the promise as the queer South takes on its biggest weekend of the year, where people, parties and politics collide with Pride.    READ MORE »

Bebe Rexha says she’s ready to slay Atlanta Pride
Q magazine  |  Pride  |  Music

Bebe Rexha says she’s ready to slay Atlanta Pride

It’s good to be Bebe Rexha these days. The singer, songwriter and producer has been a ubiquitous presence in music for three years, and now she's coming to Atlanta Pride.    READ MORE »

 
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