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Gay bar Amsterdam Atlanta closes after 15 years

Longstanding gay bar and restaurant Amsterdam Atlanta shut down earlier this month after a large drop in business due to the coronavirus pandemic. Amsterdam’s owners...

Georgia Tech pays $50,000 to anti-LGBTQ group to end lawsuit

Georgia Tech paid $50,000 to an anti-LGBTQ legal group to settle a federal lawsuit after the school’s student government denied funding for an on-campus...

Swinging Richards reopens, adds masks for its dancers

Swinging Richards reopened with a limited schedule while it continues its “All Male, All Nude” ways with a caveat fit for these pandemic times. “People...

Gwinnett parents target teacher’s Black Lives Matter poster

School officials in Gwinnett County told a teacher that her Black Lives Matter poster was a “disruption to the learning environment.” She keeps it...

AIDS Walk canceled but fundraising continues for HIV groups

The coronavirus pandemic forced the cancelation of the 30th annual AIDS Walk Atlanta, but fundraising continues for the event’s beneficiaries. Organizers decided to cancel the...

Georgia LGBTQ leaders endorse Biden as pro-equality ‘champion’

Eleven LGBTQ leaders from metro Atlanta joined some 300 others nationwide to endorse Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, calling them “the most pro-equality ticket...

Coronavirus shrinks Black Gay Pride festival but not its nightlife

The official events have moved online or have been canceled, but Black Gay Pride nightlife continues in full force this weekend in Atlanta –...

Beloved gay Atlanta HIV educator Peter Stinner dies at 54

Friends, colleagues and loved ones are mourning the sudden passing of HIV health educator, activist and advocate for the homeless Peter Stinner. Stinner died of...

LGBTQ-owned Training Room ATL powers through the pandemic

The Training Room ATL owner Amber Goppert knew she had to get creative after shutting down in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. “In order...

Rush Center purposely sabotaged by its own board, ex-employee says

A former Phillip Rush Center employee blasted the disbanded non-profit’s board, asserting they “[bled] the organization dry” and set up its interim executive director to fail.

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