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One person’s continuing journey to non-binary acceptance

As a newly out nonbinary queer person, it’s harder moving about in this new world than I anticipated, similar but different to standing firm in my bisexuality.

Atlanta woman journeys through gender fears toward her true self

Atlanta writer Heather Maloney talks about the unique path that transgender people walk 'like carrying a vat of acid' through dread, horror, as they strive ultimately to themselves with self-acceptance.

Atlanta Eagle strives to survive coronavirus pandemic

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10 things everyone can do to fight racism in LGBTQ Atlanta

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The best queer virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

LGBTQ ATL beckons, whether you poke your head out or stay safely tucked in quarantine.­­ Party planners, rally organizers and Zoom mavens have ideas...

Coronavirus puts LGBTQ Atlanta’s signature events in limbo

The coronavirus pandemic has put LGBTQ Atlanta’s largest events this fall in a holding pattern, with organizers of Atlanta Pride, Black Gay Pride, AIDS...

Can Atlanta police really be reformed? Join us for a live Q&A

The weeks of ongoing protests and marches in Atlanta have echoed themes heard across the country – calls for racial justice and police reform....

Rush Center lays off entire staff, shuts down after 12 years

The Phillip Rush Center abruptly closed on Monday, leaving five employees jobless and clients of the non-profit’s Health Initiative program without its long-running services. The...

Atlanta gala postponed, HRC takes financial hit over coronavirus

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The Best Queer Things to Do in Quarantine This Week

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