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Pandemic leads gay-owned Creative Approach to shut down

Creative Approach closed its popular Midtown Atlanta location after the coronavirus pandemic caused an 85 percent drop in revenue. It was “a horrible feeling” to...

Groundbreaking Atlanta HIV group closing after 32 years

The AIDS Research Consortium of Atlanta closes in December after three decades as one of the most respected HIV/AIDS research facilities in the country. ARCA...

Critics knock new Georgia ‘free speech’ bill as anti-LGBTQ

A state lawmaker from Fayetteville proposed a bill that critics said could be used as a “sword for discrimination” against LGBTQ students in Georgia. State...

Felix’s on the Square owner David Camp dies at 66

Friends throughout LGBTQ Atlanta are mourning the loss of David Camp, the longtime owner of Felix’s on the Square who died during Atlanta Pride...

Macon passes sweeping LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination policy

The Macon-Bibb County Commission narrowly approved broad new non-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people and others on Tuesday, making the state's fourth-largest city the latest...

Georgia county loses motion to drop trans cop’s lawsuit

A transgender sheriff’s deputy in Warner Robins won the first round of her fight to get Houston County to cover her gender confirmation surgery. Judge...

Cobb teacher says he was targeted, suspended for being gay

A gay longtime Cobb County teacher accused of "immorality" by the school district is considering legal action after a year-long fight to keep his...

LGBTQ Atlanta mourns Mary’s ‘institution’ CJ Rouse

CJ Rouse died in early October, sparking a series of tributes across Atlanta. The longtime LGBTQ karaoke host at Mary's was known for his...

Two LGBTQ Atlantans featured in new Biden campaign ads

Two LGBTQ Atlantans nabbed starring roles in a series of national campaign ads released this week to highlight Joe Biden’s pro-equality agenda in his...

Fulton County passes LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes ordinance

Fulton County unanimously approved an LGBTQ-inclusive hate crimes ordinance. It joins the state and several other Georgia cities with similar measures passed since 2019. The...

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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.

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Spin toward the end of the month with good vibes and good LGBTQ ATL events. It's a time of year that's kind of like...