Q ATLus

Q ATLus guides you through the last week of the year

So this is Christmas. Well, not like any other. Oh no, not in 2020. The LGBTQ ATL will ride the weird wave of slow...

LGBTQ rebounds, love clusters and sex losers

Should you worry that you're moving on too quickly after a breakup? Do you think everybody gets laid more than you? Are your ties with friends in knots? Welcome to The Q.

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Seasonal blowouts, theme parties, community efforts and Ethel Merman. Atlanta’s virtual and in-person weekend events are all laid out for the taking, because some...

How to cut the cord on those LGBTQ mommy issues

Whether you're still parenting an ex after a break up, or a grown adult living and partying with mom into your 30s, you've got issues. Life Judge in The Q can clear the psychological underbrush.

15 local LGBTQ nonprofits need the gift that keeps giving all year

While you’re busy making a list and checking it twice, remember queer causes making life better year-round for local LGBTQs, and they need your gift that actually keeps giving.

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Whether you’re up for queer holiday shows or down for a dancing queen anniversary party, here to shop Georgia blue or discuss Georgia art,...

Gay Atlanta florist Foxgloves & Ivy retains its bloom through pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic created a mixed bag for Atlanta florist Foxgloves & Ivy. Wedding cancelations torpedoed business, but other holidays managed to make up...

Q ATLus helps LGBTQ ATL give and receive with a 2020 twist

The way in which we gift is only the latest aspect of LGBTQ life in Atlanta to change with the events and circumstances of...

How to break up like a grownup instead of a jerk

Bailing on difficult conversations? Adulting is hard. If you're ghosting instead of confronting, sabotaging yourself to avoid discussion, or missing out over having a chat, it's time to buck up.

Dear Mr. President: Top 10 LGBTQ legal priorities for Joe Biden

Lambda Legal, an organization dedicated to championing HIV and LGBTQ court cases around the country, spent much of the last four years filing federal...

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Drag kings, dancing queens, day drinkers and pop-up shops are just the tip of event options for queer Atlanta. Whether you watch online or...

Remember fun? Q ATLus finds resilience in laughter and small victories

As 2020 wears on, LGBTQ Atlanta's strength finds new limits, and this issue of Q ATLus finds triumphs big and small to keep the...

New Phylle album wants you to ‘Love. Out. Loud.’

In the heat of summer and the height of civil unrest in Atlanta, LGBTQ R&B artist Larry “Phylle” Carter worked on his fourth album...

Navigating new relationships, past regrets and forks in the road

The trouble with trying to live down your past isn't just that it's over. It's that you can't get over it. The only thing you can change now is your mind, and we have some Q advice that might help.

What I found when I set out looking for ‘Trump’s Gays’

The last four years of Donald Trump have been rough, but none more so than 2020. The pandemic, the mind-numbing drone of election-year rhetoric,...

Sampson McCormick is ready to get Butterball naked with Atlanta

Sampson McCormick’s love for comedy and hard-charging work ethic puts him in front of a microphone most anywhere — even at a nail salon....

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta Thanksgiving weekend

With thousands more staying home or close to home for the holigay, Atlanta’s LGBTQ event coordinators, virtual hosts and in-person venues line our pockets...

Q ATLus embraces implied promise – and threat – of “community”

The implied promise — and threat — of the word “community” is that we are responsible for and to each other. LGBTQ Atlanta cashes...

Queued Up: 7 local LGBTQ Podcasts with Georgia on Their Minds

After a fascinating chat with out-late lesbians, the popularity of our own Podcast Q plus several new audio offerings by LGBTQ Atlantans, we got...

Stay or go? Romance, love and the seven-year itch

Should you trade marriage for the passion of your once-a-year dalliance? A sure thing for a dream fulfilled? Are you in a rut or afraid to move forward? In both cases, Life Judge knows.
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