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How to have a gay May in Athens

imageJoshua Trey Barnett is the co-creator and editor of GayInAthens.com and the contributing blogger behind Dawg Days, a weekly update from Athens for Project Q Atlanta. Now that school's out for summer break, a large chunk of Athens' gay community has returned to their other homes for the summer. But the residents and the die hards have hung around for what promises to be some hot summer days. More after the jump.

Why being out and proud is so vital

imageJoshua Trey Barnett is the co-creator and editor of GayInAthens.com and the contributing blogger behind Dawg Days, a weekly update from Athens for Project Q Atlanta. Athens is Atlanta’s little queer sister. We have a gay bar, a welcoming downtown scene, more LGBT-themed and -friendly organizations than you can shake your stick at (no pun intended), big gay events on a regular basis, a network of socialites and connected queers, and we even have our own Pride event. More after the jump.

Big ball on tap for Athens this weekend

imageJoshua Trey Barnett is the co-creator and editor of GayInAthens.com and the contributing blogger behind Dawg Days, a weekly update from Athens for Project Q Atlanta. I know you like balls. You wouldn’t be reading this blog if they didn’t in some way get you going. Big balls, little balls -- I know you like them all. And I’m okay with that. As a matter of fact, I’m extending a personal invitation for you to join me to see one of the biggest balls this side of the Mississippi River. Won’t y’all come? More after the jump.

Gay Athens out in full force, Bulldogs and all

imageJoshua Trey Barnett is the co-creator and editor of GayInAthens.com and the contributing blogger behind Dawg Days, a weekly update from Athens for Project Q Atlanta. Hello Atlanta! I’m writing to you from beautiful downtown Athens. Our streets are lined with blooming trees, the grass across the street in UGA’s historic North Campus is getting greener, and the gay community is out in full force. I just watched a cute gay couple walk past my normal seat at my favorite little coffee spot, hands clasped together, out and proud in this diverse little college town. More after the jump.
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