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Atlanta Bear Fest ready for fur-filled weekend

It's definitely the season for bears in gay Atlanta as the annual Atlanta Bear Fest delivers a long holiday weekend of fun with pool parties, dance parties and more.

Brut brings its dance party grind to gay Atlanta

A long holiday weekend means plenty of time to recover from gay Atlanta's busy nightlife. And that's just the way organizers of Brut want it as the sexy underground party makes its Southern debut.

Powerful ‘Upstairs Inferno’ returns for Atlanta screening

It’s a dark moment in LGBT history, yet it's still a bit of an unknown story: The intentionally-set fire that ravaged a New Orleans gay bar, killing 32 people. But a documentary about the tragedy from gay director Robert Camina returns to Atlanta.

Gay Atlanta actor seeks ‘Significant Other’

Georgia native Lee Osorio hasn’t appeared in many roles in Atlanta theater – yet. But his latest one is a humdinger as the gay actor takes on the role of a gay man watching his gal pals get married off.

Bear Pride ready to scruff up gay Atlanta

When Heretic's Alan Collins and Bearracuda's Matt Mikesell envisioned a weekend event bringing together bears from all over, they had no idea what to expect last year. But now Atlanta Bear Pride is becoming a popular tradition that brings out the fur and fun.

Atlanta Leather Pride ready to dominate Eagle

It’s three days of harnesses, hot guys, daddies, bootblacks and all sorts of activities as Atlanta Leather Pride dominates the Eagle this weekend.

Diana Awards ready to glam up gay Houston

It began as a party to watch the first televised Oscars and has progressed to become something bigger and more meaningful. The Diana Awards arrives on Saturday for a black tie affair with a cause.

Purim wants gay Atlanta to unleash its ‘Wild’ side

The Jewish holiday Purim brings with it one of the spring’s rowdier, most eclectic and accepting LGBT events, SOJOURN’s Purim Off Ponce. It’s a night that combines fun, frivolity and costumes.

Help this gay Houston man make his slasher flick

Troy Escamilla grew up watching the likes of Jamie Lee Curtis running from madmen in horror films. It’s a genre that has always appealed to him. And now the gay Houston screenwriter wants to make his own.

‘Body & Soul’ ready to bare all for gay Atlanta

It’s a risqué celebration of the male form – and no longer a kept secret. Gay Atlanta photographer Bob Burkhardt returns with his buzzworthy 'Body & Soul' that offers enough flesh to fill his Kirkwood gallery.

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