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 »

LGBTQ-ATL movers and shakers make plans for 2019

Jon Dean's stunning portraits help us step boldly into the New Year with queer Atlantans that we’re watching to make 2019 waves and set off a ripple effect of 2019 vibes.    READ MORE »

The Other Show closes the year and another chapter this Christmas

Edie Cheezburger’s one-of-a-kind stable of queens stand out. Who better to camp up the Q Christmas issue than the cast of the Other Show in photos by Jon Dean?    READ MORE »

Bad Santas raise AIDS Vaccine 200 money at Woofs

Bad Santas did good on Dec. 6 at an annual fundraiser for the AIDS Vaccine 200 at Woofs.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta chamber toasts holidays with tasty treats

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce's final networking night of the year was a festive one featuring savory delights and sweet treats from Atlanta LGBTQ and ally chefs.    READ MORE »

Speedo Santas ‘pose’ in Midtown charity run

Men and women braved the bitter cold in Midtown on Saturday for the 10th Annual Atlanta Santa Speedo Run.    READ MORE »

World AIDS Day gala inspires at Georgia Aquarium

Impulse Group Atlanta, which focuses its stop-HIV efforts on black gay men, hosted its annual World AIDS Day gala Saturday at the Georgia Aquarium.    READ MORE »

Trans Atlanta activist fights against injustice with light

Toni-Michelle Williams’ Twitter bio says it all: “LGBT activist and advocate, entertainer, community mobilizer and motivationalist!” She says most of all, you gotta have hope.    READ MORE »

Red Dress Tea Dance gives back at BJ Roosters

Those drag queen do-gooders at the Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence awarded a series of grants on Saturday to help fight HIV/AIDS.    READ MORE »

Fur Ball Masquerade supports ‘pet’ cause

The animal lovers at Pets Are Loving Support threw a black tie optional shindig at the Fox Theatre to benefit the popular group’s cause.    READ MORE »

HRC does brunch fundraiser on the Beltline at Guac y Margys

HRC hosted a brunch fundraiser on the Beltline on Sunday to cap off Thanksgiving weekend.    READ MORE »

What’s in a name? Trans Georgians reveal how they chose a new one

Local transgender people reveal their sometimes moving, never boring paths to selecting a name that better aligns with their gender identity.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta honors victims of anti-trans violence at annual vigil

Transgender activists and LGBTQ allies crowded into the Rush Center on Tuesday to call attention to anti-trans violence during the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.    READ MORE »

Thank you, Atlanta, for an amazing queer year of Q magazine

We couldn’t be prouder of our first 12 months, or more excited about the opportunities to do even more. As we hurtle into the future, we also glance back at 20 of our best covers and coverage.    READ MORE »

‘Conversion’ survivor, LGBTQ champion Sean Young fights back

Sean Young is hooked on justice. He rode a long path to accepting his sexual orientation, but once he did, he made up for lost time by advocating for LGBTQ rights across the country.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ attorneys celebrate at Midtown awards dinner

The LGBTQ lawyers of the Stonewall Bar Association of Georgia gathered with their legal friends in the upscale Egyptian Ballroom at The Fox Theatre to taste, toast and give out awards.    READ MORE »

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