Beat those Standard-Time Sads in the latest Q ATLus

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Oh look. It’s Dark Thirty again, shorter days and colder nights leave us empty. Luckily, filling time and hearts is never a problem in LGBTQ Atlanta. This issue of Q ATLus lifts spirits and lowers the boom on seasonal depression.

First, take your own advice in 10 Q Things. Here’s what readers would say to their younger selves. And in the Q Cover story, we nip depression in the bud with some practical tips for seasonal depression and the Standard Time Doldrums of November.

What else is up? Plenty. Atlanta Pride’s 2021 parade grand marshals wont go unrecognized amid its cancellations. In Q Nightlife, Bearracuda celebrates its 12-year partnership with Atlanta’s bears and bear lovers.

Q Events gives you plenty to do, and Q Shots peeks into recent parties. We wrap with Q Advice.

Flip through the full issue online here:

Find each new edition of QATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues around Atlanta. Message us on the socials, or write me at [email protected].


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