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The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The holigays are over, but LGBT events the first weekend of the New Year don’t skip a beat. There are too many theme parties, variety shows and playoff games to slow your roll.    READ MORE »

When a friend takes up dating your toxic ex

When a friend takes up dating your toxic ex

Whether your sweetie is too clingy but it's about you, or your P.O.S. ex is wreaking havoc and it's not, you ask The Q, and Life Judge helps spread the love.    READ MORE »

8 steps to keeping those New Year’s resolutions

8 steps to keeping those New Year’s resolutions

New Year's Eve is a memory, and 2018's lofty goals are laid out waiting to get down to business. Your new beginning requires a new attitude – and these steps to success.    READ MORE »

Single again? Here are 10 of the best things about flying solo

Single again? Here are 10 of the best things about flying solo

So you broke up. It’s not all dinner for one and lonely longing, not by a long shot. In fact, you're free in these specific ways to do what you want, when you want, and who you want.    READ MORE »

It is about race: A call for justice in the LGBTQ rights movement

It is about race: A call for justice in the LGBTQ rights movement

There must be recognition that racial justice, racial disparities in the criminal justice system, and the murdering of black people by police are LGBTQ rights issues. Now is the time.    READ MORE »

10 ‘new beginning’ resolutions you can totally keep in 2018

10 ‘new beginning’ resolutions you can totally keep in 2018

Rather than over-reaching for ill-conceived New Year goals, commit to these new ones, and take them to heart. Not only are they doable, you’ll actually be a better you by year's end.    READ MORE »

La Choloteca’s queer Latinx party reign to ring in 2018

La Choloteca’s queer Latinx party reign to ring in 2018

La Choloteca was one of the fastest growing parties of 2017. Their signature festivity is the magical glue that binds a truly mixed crowd, and now it's set to happen again on New Year's Eve.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over New Year’s Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over New Year’s Weekend

Atlanta’s LGBTQ New Year’s Eve parties are a festival of choices built into a big gay weekend, but don’t wait to celebrate. Events start Friday to ensure you a happy new queer indeed.    READ MORE »

Pick up Q for Happy New Queer parties and 2018 plans

Pick up Q for Happy New Queer parties and 2018 plans

Imagine New Year’s Eve as your front-seat perspective of both the rear-view mirror and the road through the windshield. Whatever’s ahead and whatever’s behind, at least we’re in the driver’s seat.    READ MORE »

10 queer quotes to inspire your New Year and your life

10 queer quotes to inspire your New Year and your life

Words of wisdom by, for, or about LGBTQIA Ghosts of Christmases Past place us in context of history and urge us forward as individuals and as a movement to forge the next chapter.    READ MORE »

15 fabulous things to do in Atlanta on Christmas Day

15 fabulous things to do in Atlanta on Christmas Day

Can’t, won’t, or don’t do Christmas? Grab your favorite queers and hit these suggestions for events, venues and activities on Dec. 25 so you can find your own reason for the season.    READ MORE »

Judy Gold hits ATL with humor in her heart and the F Word on her lips

Judy Gold hits ATL with humor in her heart and the F Word on her lips

Veteran writer, actress and comedian Judy Gold hits Atlanta Monday night with love-over-hate for the social movements that the current "bunch of idiots" administration has launched.    READ MORE »

Making holiday magic on the Island of Misfit Toys

Making holiday magic on the Island of Misfit Toys

How I found Christmas with a gay elf with swoopy hair who ventures off with a flying dog and a lumbersexual to find a misfit paradise ruled by a gruff white-haired bear daddy with a heart of gold.    READ MORE »

Latest Q mag wishes Atlanta a very merry Queer-mas and beyond

Latest Q mag wishes Atlanta a very merry Queer-mas and beyond

It’s almost time to bid adieu to the holiday queers in Atlanta’s LGBTQ village. Start moving beyond the holidays on the Big Day itself with Q's options for making Monday bright without Christmas.    READ MORE »

Genitals are none of your business, and other rules of trans support

Genitals are none of your business, and other rules of trans support

Dos & Donts of supporting our transgender brothers and sisters might sound obvious, until even members of our own LGBTQ community mess them up. Here are some rules of thumb.    READ MORE »

‘The Trans Hillbilly’ presents your queer prepper gift guide

‘The Trans Hillbilly’ presents your queer prepper gift guide

Whether it’s “wintery mix” shutting down the city, or our zany way of setting interstates on fire, Atlanta is going to Atlanta. Our transman with a plan says survival is a gift that's always on trend in ATL.    READ MORE »

Christmas ‘Miracle’ is the gayest thing in Atlanta right now

Christmas ‘Miracle’ is the gayest thing in Atlanta right now

The holiday theme pop-up bar Miracle on Monroe. nestled snugly in Midtown Promenade adjacent to the art cinema and across from Apres Diem, could be the queerest thing you do this season.    READ MORE »

10 ways to smash the patriarchy no matter your gender or sexuality

10 ways to smash the patriarchy no matter your gender or sexuality

Fed up with a system of gender-biased oppression that keeps every one of us down, here’s how female, male, non-binary, cis and trans folks can all be feminists and do better in our daily lives.    READ MORE »

So CLUTCH: Queer fundraising beyond ‘dance parties and drag’

So CLUTCH: Queer fundraising beyond ‘dance parties and drag’

Queer organizers from multiple Atlanta's Queer Trans People of Color communities join forces for fundraising that 'won't confine our experience' to benefit underserved LGBTQ non-profits.    READ MORE »

Dodging homophobia and paranoia to save a dog named Beyonce

Dodging homophobia and paranoia to save a dog named Beyonce

Either this foster dog mom was as homophobic as a straight person can get, or I was being paranoid that the adoption people were gas lighting me. Or both. Either way, I was getting that dog.    READ MORE »

 
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