Category:  Q magazine

LGBTQ Atlanta comes for autumn with a season of signature events

LGBTQ Atlanta comes for autumn with a season of signature events

The weather seems to take its time to catch a clue long after Labor Day, but queer Atlanta catches the fall wave much earlier. Cornerstone events are falling, even if the leaves aren’t.    READ MORE »

Q magazine opens can of worms that is toxic masculinity

Q magazine opens can of worms that is toxic masculinity

Q celebrates every LGBTQ expression, and that goes for butch butchies butching butchness all over Butchtown.Your brand of queer is great, until it comes at others' expense.    READ MORE »

Are you in love with the person or the sex?

Are you in love with the person or the sex?

It’s an awesome thing to love the sex. But it finally dawned on me that for a healthy relationship to last, you must also love the person. For me anyway, it’s easier said than done.    READ MORE »

10 queer Atlanta influencers crushing it on Instagram

10 queer Atlanta influencers crushing it on Instagram

We narrowed a long list to our 10 favorite LGBTQ Instagram follows, each worth a look for original, compelling scrolls beyond the thirsty selfies you may or may not also enjoy.    READ MORE »

Welcome to ‘Rome’ and a new era in gay Atlanta dance parties

Welcome to ‘Rome’ and a new era in gay Atlanta dance parties

Saturnalia promoters’ themed event aims to open ‘gay dance parties’ to the whole community. After a successful launch this spring, they bring their costume party series to Heretic.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Even on a short workweek, the weekend can’t come around too soon. Waiting for you with open arms is a jam-packed Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ events. See what you can get yourself into.    READ MORE »

Q follows the leaders to see who’s setting LGBTQ Atlanta on fire

Q follows the leaders to see who’s setting LGBTQ Atlanta on fire

Whether you’re up for a new party, down with Instagram, out for queer fashion, or here for some LGBTQ love, Q always finds someone to watch in queer Atlanta. Category is: Frontrunner Fabulous.    READ MORE »

Dos and Don’ts when you suspect a friend is abusing drugs

Dos and Don’ts when you suspect a friend is abusing drugs

When a friend’s possible drug use moves past indulgence and into excess, you may have a party monster on your hands, but you also have expectations and obligations to sort.    READ MORE »

Why celebrating Black Gay Pride in itself is activism

Why celebrating Black Gay Pride in itself is activism

“Every time we make the active choice to place shame, fear and rejection on the back burner and live openly as LGBTQ people, we are taking a radical stance.”    READ MORE »

Last Splash: Mary’s crew dresses up to say so long to summer

Last Splash: Mary’s crew dresses up to say so long to summer

For scores of queers for scores of years, Labor Day means your last chance for a beach trip, pool run or tropical-color-sunglasses-floatie- shorts-pineapple-swimwear-don’t-care look.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Labor Day Weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta over Labor Day Weekend

Annual festivals, monthly bar nights, weekly gatherings and more than you can possibly do on a daily basis. That’s the Queer Agenda calendar for the LGBTQ-ATL this Labor Day.    READ MORE »

Black Gay Pride Atlanta turns 22 with packed event schedule

Black Gay Pride Atlanta turns 22 with packed event schedule

As thousands flock to town over Labor Day Weekend, this year’s calendar sees the return of popular events, the launch of new ones, and as always, the attendance of some big-name celebrities.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta lives Labor Day out loud in this week’s Q magazine

Queer Atlanta lives Labor Day out loud in this week’s Q magazine

Unabashed. Unashamed. Unapologetic. It's with a boldness LGBTQ Atlantans claim our place in local history, and it can be as simple, and as complex, as living our lives for the world to see.    READ MORE »

Stalkers and exes who need to learn to move on

Stalkers and exes who need to learn to move on

Leaving affections in the past, or forgetting them as never-were, isn't as easy as for some people as others. Whether it's your a-hole ex or your unrequited love, it's time to let it go.    READ MORE »

Watch the trailers for Out on Film’s hottest 2018 tickets

Watch the trailers for Out on Film’s hottest 2018 tickets

Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival announced its lineup for next month’s 31st annual festival, revealing movies for every letter in the queer alphabet and content for queers every ilk.    READ MORE »

Vintage photos show love is love and gender is fluid in any era

Vintage photos show love is love and gender is fluid in any era

All the historic facts in the world can’t tell queer stories like a single photograph. Real faces show that the more things change, the more some LGBTQ stories stay the same.    READ MORE »

It got better: 10 LGBTQ victories that changed American history

It got better: 10 LGBTQ victories that changed American history

It’s easy to ignore those who paved our way, and better to appreciate life in context of history. This week, we pinpoint LGBTQ milestones that changed LGBTQ rights in the U.S.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

If it’s not one thing, it’s another in the Queer Agenda. If you’re not networking with LGBTQ pros, you’re among dancing queens. If you’re not margarita busting, you’re an arts patron.    READ MORE »

Actor Scott Turner Schofield becomes a man in Atlanta. Again.

Actor Scott Turner Schofield becomes a man in Atlanta. Again.

Scott Turner Schofield first staged 'Becoming a Man in 127 Easy Steps' in 2008 with a round-robin of '127 stories.' Now he’s filming the best of them where it all began, at 7 Stages.    READ MORE »

New Q looks back to move forward with gays of future past

New Q looks back to move forward with gays of future past

It's good to appreciate our lives and times in context of history. That’s why two of our Q features this week are decidedly set firmly in the past, as seen in the faces of queer history.    READ MORE »

 
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