Queer ATLiens take matters into their own hands

Under the Unthinkable Administration, hanging onto high hopes for change isn't enough. In this issue of Q, meet queer Atlanta allies, leaders, doulas and Southerners taking matters into our own hands.

Queer prepper: The transman with a plan to survive Trump’s America

How a queer Atlanta prepper’s lifetime of worry, handwringing and planning for the worst can actually empower and comfort queer resisters through the uncertain future of the Trump years.

Meet a Who’s Who of Atlanta’s gay bar owners and managers

With the lights up and out at Jungle and the future of gay dance clubs in question, meet the people in charge of some of the most popular gay bars and clubs, and let them welcome you in their own words.

10 queer things to do while you R-E-S-I-S-T

Revolution and resistance are part and parcel of queer identity. While others learn to express non-traditional lives as opposition to the Trump regime, LGBTQ communities are already rolling with ours.

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Another weekend, another packed-full Queer Agenda calendar the popping parties and people that make you pleased to participate. Step up as local LGBTQ venues roll out your red carpet.

Jungle’s gone. Are the days of gay dance clubs just… over?

With the floor swept and the lights up on a new post-Jungle era, what’s next? A chat with Richard Cherskov about the demise of the club, and the future of Atlanta's LGBTQ nightlife.

Meet Q magazine, the next generation of queer Atlanta media

Meet the runoff candidates out for LGBTQ votes, a trans prepper resisting Trump, a Who’s Who of post-Jungle bar owners, and Q magazine, the next generation of local queer print media.