Hotlanta Softball jocks go into ‘extra innings’ at Woofs

What better way to cap off a day of playing softball than with drinks at the neighborhood gay sports bar?    READ MORE »

Atlanta Bucks rugby jocks make charity a drag

The burly boys of Atlanta Bucks Rugby traded in their jerseys for dresses on Saturday for their annual camp drag pageant fundraiser Miss Ruck N Maul.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Field Day crew raises $20,000 to fight HIV

LGBTQ Atlanta went old school on Saturday for Atlanta Field Day’s annual fundraiser for HIV vaccine research.    READ MORE »

Queer volleyball jocks ‘snap’ up margaritas at Ten

The bumpers, setters and spikers of Hotlanta Volleyball held a margarita fundraiser for the North American Gay Volleyball Association Championship.    READ MORE »

Thuy Nguyen slings drinks, spreads love on queer Atlanta nightlife

Thuy Nguyen (pronounced “twee win”) is a queer Atlanta bartending veteran with serious skills. In fact, her expertise comes with a crown.    READ MORE »

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber mingles in West Midtown

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce hosted its latest networking soiree at King Plow Arts Center.    READ MORE »

‘Sissy’ author Jacob Tobia hits Charis for signing

Jacob Tobia, author of the Q-recommended book “Sissy: A Coming of Gender Story,” was in Atlanta on Saturday for a book discussion and signing.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ chamber hosts networking happy hour in Midtown

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce held its latest networking event on Friday in Midtown.    READ MORE »

Six queer Atlantans show us how they burlesque

The women of Metropolitan Studios turn their love for movement, body positivity and LGBTQ storytelling into more than a dance studio with classes, an East Atlanta event space, or a queer burlesque troupe.    READ MORE »

Love on the Rocks party raises funds for people living with HIV

Joining Hearts threw its first party of 2019 on Sunday in the heart of Midtown in order to help Atlanta residents living with HIV/AIDS.    READ MORE »

HRC Atlanta bowls for equality beach-style

Atlanta supporters of the Human Rights Campaign strapped on the bowling shoes and knocked a few pins down for a cause on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Six queer Atlanta couples serve sweet Valentine love

It’s that time of year. Whether you are snuggling up to somebody, practicing self-love for Singles Awareness Day or doing up Galentine’s with friends, you gotta love this year’s Love Issue couples.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta honors MLK at Rustin Lorde Breakfast

LGBTQ Atlanta celebrated the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and saluted social justice activists at the 18th Annual Bayard Rustin-Audre Lorde Breakfast.    READ MORE »

10 things queers (and everyone) can do to fight racism

Every person of every race can do something every day to work to end racism. The time is now to stem the tide against hatred, both for intersectional justice and within the LGBTQ community.    READ MORE »

Catch Queer Atlanta’s own Melissa Scott making mogul moves

Meet entrepreneur Melissa Scott with business cred under her belt, legend status with TraxxGirls, reality show fame with Love and Hip Hop Atlanta, and the ear of mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta MLK weekend

MLK Day makes for a long weekend for many, and the LGBTQ ATL is up to the challenge. More things to do on Sunday night and all weekend long mean a supersized Queer Agenda of Atlanta events.    READ MORE »

40 years of living legends return for Armorettes Anniversary Party

Queer Atlanta is a world away from 1979. Half the people reading this weren’t even born when a group of bearded gay men donned cheerleader drag to support a Hotlanta Softball team for fun and fundraising.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ business group mixes and mingles at monthly event

The Metro Atlanta Association of Professionals (MAAP) held its monthly Mix, Mingle & Network event on Jan. 11 at Ten Atlanta.    READ MORE »

10 queer Atlanta women crushing it on Instagram

We narrowed a long list to our 10 favorite female follows. Each is worth adding to your thumb-scrolls for content that takes you beyond the thirsty selfies that you may or may not also enjoy.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Just because the holidays have passed doesn’t mean the LGBTQ commitment to Atlanta’s queer events wanes. To the contrary, you’ll be hard pressed not to party on with these options.    READ MORE »

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