Jon Ossoff ‘forcefully’ stands with LGBT Atlanta at Equality March

Jon Ossoff, locked in a tight race for Georgia's 6th Congressional seat, pledged to stand 'publicly and forcefully' with LGBT people on Sunday as hundreds took part in the Atlanta Equality March.

Logo’s ‘Prince Charming’ dumps gay Atlanta man

The gay Atlanta fitness trainer trying to win over the other gay Atlanta man at the center of Logo's 'Finding Prince Charming' was quickly eliminated in the reality dating show's first episode.

2 young gay Atlanta leaders wow Democratic Convention

Two young black LGBT leaders from Atlanta wowed the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday, telling delegates – and a national audience – about a "rainbow of voices" and HIV's continued impact on gay men.

Meet gay Atlanta’s new reality TV dandy delight

Chas Harrington is the newest addition to the platoon of gay BFF's on Atlanta reality TV shows. But he's determined not to get stung by a format that often kicks its gays to the curb in a mess of drama.

Turner courts HERO backers, LGBT voters for runoff

Longtime state lawmaker Sylvester Turner, an LGBT ally, finished first in the Houston mayor's race on Tuesday and made a clear pitch to convince LGBT voters disgruntled over HERO's defeat to pick him in the December runoff.

‘Ugly wad of lies’ helps soundly defeat HERO

Voters easily repealed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance on Tuesday, flushing HERO with a fear mongering anti-LGBT campaign that won out despite being outspent by supporters.

HERO ad shows diversity of people it protects

Supporters of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance unveiled a new TV ad on Monday, the latest in a multi-million dollar fight to convince voters to keep the city's non-discrimination ordinance in place.

Gay Atlanta’s Miss Lawrence kills ‘Empire’ cameo

Twirlrific bonnet buster Miss Lawrence debuted his acting chops on the season premiere of 'Empire' on Wednesday showing a national TV audience what gay Atlanta already knows: This queen can sing.

Decatur’s LGBT mayor pro tem resigns office

Decatur Mayor Pro Tem Kecia Cunningham – one of Georgia's longest-serving LGBT elected officials – resigned, just days before she moves north for a 'new professional and personal adventure.'

Houston guys give Pride haters best response ever

Another Pride festival, another cadre of anti-gay haters with signs. But as 2015 celebrations fade into memory, a pair of gay Houston guys leave a lasting impression on protesters – and us.

Gay Houston rallies to celebrate marriage ruling

The Supreme Court ruled. LGBT couples got married in Harris County. And then gay Houston celebrated at an outdoor rally with a jubilant Mayor Annise Parker, LGBT activists and hundreds of supporters.

Hunky WGCL anchor is gay Atlanta’s newest ally

WGCL hired a hunky new anchor and he's not shy about offering his take on marriage equality, gay men flirting with him and how he would react if one of his sons came out.

Houston residents fight LGBT housing center

Anti-gay hostility is feeding opposition to a proposed LGBT housing center in a Houston neighborhood as residents complain the facility should be kept in Montrose.

Please don’t gay marry in Fulton, mean lady says

Bitter Republican Virginia Galloway says that Fulton County should lock up all of its criminals and pave its roads before fussing over gay couples who want to marry.

Fulton County gets ready to host gay marriages

Fulton's top elected official says the county is preparing for a deluge of gay couples wanting to get married if the Supreme Court legalizes gay unions by lining up judges and making room for the weddings.

Violet Chachki wins ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’

Violet Chachki didn't have to steal the crown this time. Gay Atlanta's baddest queen won it on Monday, becoming drag's new It Girl on her way to snatching the Season 7 title for 'RuPaul's Drag Race.'

Violet Chachki so close to winning ‘Drag Race’ crown

Violet Chachki continued her 'RuPaul's Drag Race' dominance on Monday, steam-rolling right into the finale as a less bitchy, more compassionate version of herself.

Ga. rep: I’m not discriminating against gay brother

A powerful Republican in the Georgia House said although he doesn't want to see his gay brother face discrimination, he supports anti-gay 'religious freedom' legislation and the state's gay marriage ban.

Watch Atlanta queers show off ‘Moxie’ on film

You’ve heard the buzz. You’ve seen the excerpts. The final stretch to Atlanta unveiling the nitty-gritty of its ‘Queer Moxie’ in a film of the same name is nigh, and you can help push it past the finish line.

Parker declares victory on gay rights in Texas

Houston Mayor Annise Parker went to Austin Saturday to address the Students For Liberty’s LGBT conference. In it, she took an early victory lap on the gay rights movement. Forget the legislature.