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 »

Meet an Atlanta transgender legal eagle fighting fire with fire

Attorney Taylor Brown had a lot working against her on the path to becoming the Tyron Garner Memorial Fellow at Lambda Legal. But she has "a fire" in her, she says.    READ MORE »

AIDS Walk Atlanta draws thousands to fight HIV

Thousands of people took part in the 28th Annual AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run on Sunday to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for AID Atlanta and 10 other local non-profits battling HIV.    READ MORE »

Meet 10 worthy AIDS Walk Atlanta beneficiaries for 2018

In addition to hosts AID Atlanta, these LGBTQ and queer-inclusive orgs are scheduled to walk proud for your worthy donations at AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run on Sunday, Oct. 21.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ theater group parties Studio 54-style for benefit

Partygoers stepped behind the velvet rope on Saturday for a freewheeling fundraiser at Out Front Theatre.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ chamber fetes favorite business leaders at gala dinner

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce held a splashy downtown gala dinner on Friday to honor LGBTQ business leaders and corporate allies.    READ MORE »

20 most popular posts from Project Q’s 10 queer years in Atlanta

Project Q Atlanta celebrates a decade of coverage of LGBTQ Atlanta, from hard-hitting news and community milestones to arts, entertainment and just plain fun.    READ MORE »

Power of trans women displayed at civil rights center event

Transgender women got the spotlight as Lite Study Atlanta presented We Are No Longer Invisible at the Center for Civil and Human Rights.    READ MORE »

Meet Queer Circus Jam aerialists flying from Atlanta’s rafters

From their silks and trapezes, locals pose for our photographer and welcome you to the playshop for LGBTQ people to train, play or practice circus and aerial arts together.    READ MORE »

Georgia Voice celebrates the best in LGBTQ Atlanta

Georgia Voice honored scores of LGBTQ ATL faves on Thursday night at the publication’s annual Best of Atlanta awards.    READ MORE »

LGBTQs help schoolkids in need at annual Backpack in the Park

Partygoers sipped and noshed on Saturday while helping local kids in need at the 13th Annual Backpack in the Park.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta artist breathes life into other people’s bodies

When human bodies become canvases, art is elevated. It's a transcendence that makes local painter Roberto Hernandez a master of living art.    READ MORE »

Clarkston mayor, LGBTQ ally gets ‘Queer Eye’ makeover

Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry gets the makeover of a lifetime on the new season of the popular Atlanta-based Netflix reboot 'Queer Eye.'    READ MORE »

Shawnna and her girls show off what it takes to be House of Brooks

Drag houses are home to themes of gender, race, family-of-choice and sexual orientation. Shawnna Brooks and her illustrious progeny show us what becomes a legend.    READ MORE »

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