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Bye, в1тçн. 10 things queer Atlanta will not miss in the Roaring ’20s

Q's year-end series on queer things Atlanta will miss in the 2020s wraps up with things that we would actually be happy to never see again.

Roaring ’20s: 10 businesses and orgs we’ll miss in the new decade

Look back at gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years as we head into the next. This time, businesses and organizations left only in memory.

Roaring ‘20s: 10 beloved LGBTQ faces we’ll miss in the next decade

Gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years as we head into the next. This time, 10 of the many people queer Atlanta lost.

Roaring 2020s: LGBTQ Atlanta clubs we’ll miss from the last 20 years

For the end of 2019, the Q 10 Queer Things series looks back at gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years. First up, places we partied.

Raid Q’s photo archives to solve your costume conundrum

Atlanta’s queer Halloween past inspires costumes in the present. Check out 10 shots from over a decade of LGBTQ Halloween events for ideas.

Say bi, bi bigotry on Bisexual Visibility Day

Some 20 years after the commemoration of Bisexual Visibility Day officially began, Bs in our LGBTQs still face double-edged bias. Here's 10 things they want you to know.

10 ways to support the local LGBTQ arts

It's common to lean on and expect makers and creators to just do what they do, but here are ways to respect their work and help them thrive.

The award for Actor in a Lead Role goes to 10 shows with transgender principals

During sea-change TV transformation for transgender actors playing transgender characters on the small screen, these faces stand out.

LGBTQ women who love women reveal 10 things about their sex lives

We went to some trusted sources for revelations specifically about lesbian sex from cis and trans-identified women who have sex with women.

10 ways pets are better than people

LGBTQ families include furry kids in the mix more often than our non-queer counterparts. Even when we're single, and that's for all these reasons.

Play the Joining Hearts drinking game with these guys

10 things you can count on after 32 years of pool parties. Take a shot each time you encounter these sure bets at the July 20 Celebrate main event in Piedmont Park.

Our favorite Miz Cracker quotes as she heads to Atlanta

You may know her best as a blonde, and you might even know her better as a pickle. Miz Cracker brings her lasting impression to My Sister's Room.

10 ways doctors and providers can measure up on LGBTQ healthcare

Things to look for before choosing a medical office, from the top down, from waiting room to exam room, from staff policies to community engagement.

10 books to queer up your summer reading list

Whether you read at the beach, at the pool, in the backyard, in bed or in the bathtub, LGBTQ books and titles of queer interest are here to make the most of your lazy, hazy lounging time.

Intersectional identities converge with, enhance being queer

Queerness is intersectional. It converges with and embraces aspects of your identity that are too often left out of “gay and lesbian” conversations.

10 queer-coded TV and movie characters who never came out

Was being literal too easy? Characters coded as queer have a history on screen as old as cinema itself. Sometimes, the strategy's often nefarious, often hilarious use created a legend.

Ballroom 101, the far-reaching impact beyond ‘Paris’ and ‘Pose’

The basics of an often sidelined or co-opted black queer subculture that takes us from from 'Paris' to 'Pose' with influences that, spoiler!, have nothing to do with Madonna’s ‘Vogue.’

The most queer-inclusive Oscars race in history

Five of this year’s eight Best Picture nominees have queer themes and/or characters. Here they are, plus more LGBTQ nominees vying for a Little Gold Man.

10 best things about coming out as trans or nonbinary

Transgender and nonbinary folks share their thoughts on the best things about coming out, overcoming the fear of the unknown, and setting themselves free to be.

10 game changers who came out and broke ground in sports

Long before Michael Sam, Layshia Clarendon, Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy, here are just a handful of the LGBTQ athletes who paved the way when they came out and changed the world.