The fear and loathing from anti-queer haters has no bounds, but the sheer paranoia in their version of our so-called "agenda" leads us to 10 things actually on our daily to-do lists. Turns out, the real "LGBTQ Agenda" looks a lot like everyone else’s lives, and that may be the best argument yet for codified equality.
Go to Work
Walk the Dog
Watch TV/Play Video Games
Make Weekend Plans
With Q magazine’s weekly Queer Agenda calendar.
This article originally appeared in Q magazine. Pick it up each week, and read the full issue below:
Linda Ellis stepped down as executive director of the Health Initiative and the Rush Center, capping a long career at the center of all things LGBTQ Atlanta. READ MORE »
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services launched a national program on Tuesday to provide free PrEP for uninsured people to prevent the spread of HIV. READ MORE »
Gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years as we head into the next. This time, 10 of the many people queer Atlanta lost. READ MORE »
The Victory Fund and Georgia Equality endorsed the re-election campaigns of five LGBTQ state lawmakers, plus a handful of LGBTQ first-time candidates running for the Georgia General Assembly in 2020. READ MORE »
The battle over access for transgender students to school restrooms that match their gender identity reached a federal court in Atlanta on Thursday, with one attorney bemoaning the “profoundly damaging discrimination” faced by trans students. READ MORE »