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Gay Atlanta interested in guns after Orlando

Gay gun enthusiasts are rallying in the wake of the Orlando gay bar massacre, restocking the membership ranks of an LGBT gun group in Atlanta and explaining how gays can like guns so much.

Nearly 400 jocks show their Pride in Piedmont run

Nearly 400 people ran, jogged and power walked their way through the 26th Annual Atlanta Pride Run & Walk on Saturday, an event that included a tribute to the victims of the gay bar massacre in Orlando.

Georgia Equality celebrates its heroes, mourns Orlando

Hundreds of supporters joined Georgia Equality on Saturday to honor the LGBT group's champions and remember the victims of the Orlando massacre.

Drag Atlanta rallies, raises funds for Orlando

Drag Atlanta rallied to help the victims of the Orlando gay club massacre, coming together on Saturday for an emotional fundraiser at Jungle.

Georgia pastor: Gays got ‘what they deserve’ in Orlando

A Brunswick pastor, in the wake of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, tweeted that gays got “what they deserve,” the latest in his long track record of anti-gay rhetoric and fighting LGBT equality efforts.

Atlanta police arrest suspect in ‘kill gays’ threat

A man suspected of threatening to kill LGBT people during rant-filled visits to two East Atlanta bars has been detained and is likely to face criminal charges.

Georgia Capitol concert honors Orlando victims

The victims of the Orlando gay bar massacre were honored during a somber vigil at the Georgia Capitol organized by an LGBT lawmaker and attended by another who has sponsored anti-gay legislation.

Atlanta area church condemns LGBTs: Satan made gays

A metro Atlanta church has posted an incendiary sign that says Satan made LGBT people, a move that's gained attention in the wake of the gay club massacre in Orlando.

Man threatens to kill gays at two East Atlanta bars

Authorities are investigating a man who threatened to kill LGBT people, made anti-gay comments and left threatening notes in at least two East Atlanta restaurants on Saturday.

Gay lawmaker to honor Orlando victims in Georgia Capitol

The victims of the Orlando gay bar massacre will be honored inside the Georgia State Capitol on Monday with a memorial concert organized by one of the legislature's three openly gay members.

Personal dispute led to threats against gay Atlanta bars

Atlanta police cleared the man suspected of threatening two gay bars and said the man who vowed on social media to make them "the next Orlando" is actually someone who knows the original suspect and stole his identity.

Thousands attend Atlanta vigil for Orlando victims

A diverse coalition of LGBT and progressive groups came together on Tuesday to help Atlanta mourn during a vigil downtown that drew a crowd of thousands.

Police: Threats to Atlanta gay bars may be hoax

Atlanta police said late Wednesday that threats to make two gay Atlanta bars "the next Orlando" may have come through a hacked social media account.

Man threatens to make two Atlanta gay bars ‘next Orlando’

A gay Atlanta man is under investigation by Atlanta police after a series of tweets was posted to his Twitter account threatening two LGBT bars in the wake of the Orlando massacre.

Atlanta drag queens rallying for Orlando victims

Drag queens in gay Atlanta are about to lip sync, dance and twirl their way through two benefits in the coming days for the victims of the Orlando gay bar massacre.

Erick Erickson: Scrub gay from Orlando massacre

Toxic anti-gay troll and Atlanta radio host Erick Erickson wants to scrub the Orlando massacre of its gay roots and blames LGBT activists for using the tragedy to promote a 'bathroom agenda.'

Ga. rep prays for victims, death to other gays

An Augusta-area member of Congress offered his prayers for the victims of the gay Orlando nightclub massacre – just weeks after he led Republican colleagues in prayer calling for death to LGBT people.

Two Orlando shooting victims had ties to Atlanta

Two of the 49 victims gunned down in a gay Orlando club on Sunday had ties to Atlanta, with one of the men having lived here as he pursued his passions in modeling and singing.

Gay Atlanta groups plan vigil for Orlando victims

A diverse coalition of more than two-dozen LGBT and progressive groups condemned the Orlando gay club massacre and invited the public to a vigil and call to action on Tuesday.

Atlanta man witnesses Orlando massacre unfold

A metro Atlanta man witnessed the Orlando gay club massacre from a nearby rooftop, describing the attack with images and tweets that went viral as the killings received worldwide media attention.