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3 critical steps to take before getting gay married

Even though gay marriage is still banned in Georgia, gay couples here are tying the knot in other places. So it’s critical to grasp the magnitude of the merger, legally speaking, before saying “I Do.”

4 ways to protect your gay relationship in Ga.

Same-sex couples can't get married in Georgia, but honey, they sure can get divorced. OK, so maybe not technically, but their break-ups can end up in courtroom dramas as fierce as “The War of the Roses.”

5 tips to look fabulous this holiday season

Halloween is over, Atlanta Pride is long gone and Joining Hearts is but a distant memory. But the holidays are close and that means big gay parties on the social calendar, so rough and ready just won’t do.

Getaway dreams with your own Fairy Godmother

If dreams really do come true, then Barnsley Gardens’ Fairy Godmother makes it happen. She and the gay-friendly resort’s staff invite you to dream big then surpass expectations.

Calling all queens: Your night is Thursday

Oh, to be a queen for a night. You get the chance on Thursday thanks to the Alliance Theatre, its topsy-turvy production of “Lookingglass Alice” and an evening created just for theater queens.

Hope Clinic seeks gay men for HIV vaccine trial

If you’re an HIV-negative gay man under the age of 46, AIDS researchers in Atlanta want your help with a vaccine study in 12 cities that will involve 1,350 men.

FindFred invades Pride to introduce m4m site

It’s no secret that the Atlanta Pride Festival provides opportunities for scoring a little flesh fix or finding “the one” for something a little more long-term. FindFred.com was hoping for just that.

‘Finding Me’ director, actors stop in Atlanta

It’s no coincidence that Roger Omeus Jr. is in Atlanta this weekend. As the city plays host to Black Gay Pride, he can easily see the main character of his film "Finding Me" in black gay men across the city.

Broadway hit ‘Grey Gardens’ opens new Actor’s Express season

imageYou’d think the folks at Actor’s Express might take a little break and recharge their batteries. But the dynamic theater company -- fresh from the highly-successful run of the highly-gay “Zanna, Don’t!” -- is busily preparing for its 22nd season on the stage of its West Midtown complex. The season launches late next month with a seven-week run of the hit Broadway musical “Grey Gardens.” Throw in a love triangle with a lesbian twist, the homoerotic setting of an all-male prep school, a priest on furlough and a buxom actress in a slasher movie attempting to keep her pill-popping mom in check and you’ve got yourself a season full of entertainment.

Hit musical opens Actor’s Express season

imageYou’d think the folks at Actor’s Express might take a little break and recharge their batteries. But the dynamic theater company -- fresh from the highly-successful run of the highly-gay “Zanna, Don’t!” -- is busily preparing for its 22nd season on the stage of its West Midtown complex. The season launches late next month with a seven-week run of the hit Broadway musical “Grey Gardens.” Throw in a love triangle with a lesbian twist, the homoerotic setting of an all-male prep school, a priest on furlough and a buxom actress in a slasher movie attempting to keep her pill-popping mom in check and you’ve got yourself a season full of entertainment. More after the jump.

Hidden Lake offers serene LGBT community

imageWhen Beth Sledge drives through the gates, she leaves behind the stress and worries of her job and life in metro Atlanta. She can easily lose track of the hours spent rocking in her chair on the porch, simply enjoying the calming sounds of nature all around her weekend retreat. That was her intention when she built a log cabin home nestled inside Hidden Lake at Lookout Mountain. More after the jump.

Natural beauty attracts LGBT buyers to Hidden Lake at Lookout Mountain

image When Beth Sledge drives through the gates, she leaves behind the stress and worries of her job and life in metro Atlanta. She can easily lose track of the hours spent rocking in her chair on the porch, simply enjoying the calming sounds of nature all around her weekend retreat. That was her intention when she built a log cabin home nestled inside Hidden Lake at Lookout Mountain.

Bookmark This: Outwrite’s June events

imageMix together a healthy helping of authors, a pinch of poets, a hint of lesbians and a visual artist and you start to understand what's cooking for Outwrite Bookstore & Coffehouse in June. Put another way for those who like a little drama with their books: despotic dictatorships, the promise of love, a gay Christian, disabling complexities, federal prison and the queer dynamics of the southern plantation. It sounds like it could be the next Del Shores show. But in fact, it's what to expect in June at the popular LGBT shop. The rundown after the jump.
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