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 »

LGBTQ business leaders rise up for Atlanta’s Rainbow Economy

LGBTQ business leaders in Atlanta celebrated a day of panel discussions and exploring the rainbow economy with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres as the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce hosted its Fourth Friday Networking Night.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Stonewall Weekend brings more to love in the LGBTQ-ATL. Events line up for you to knock down Friday through Sunday, from weekend-long festivals and annual summits and nightly parties.    READ MORE »

Best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

One of the busiest weekends of Atlanta’s LGBTQ calendar lands with enough event options to fill several weekends. The Queer Agenda helps you sort it out and plan your attack.    READ MORE »

East Atlanta queers celebrate summer at Mary’s

The guys (and plenty of girls!) came out for the Boys of Summer swimsuit contest at Mary’s on Friday night. DJ Headmaster spun summer jams all night long for the East Atlanta cool kids.    READ MORE »

For these tattooed Atlanta queers, self-expression is skin deep

In Q's latest photo essay, meet six LGBTQ Atlantans whose experiences, philosophies and whims are printed on their bodies, and find places to get your own queer ink done.    READ MORE »

Burly rugby jocks do Purple Dress Run for charity

Burly gay rugby players and their supporters paraded through Midtown in their Saturday finest this weekend for the Atlanta Bucks’ annual Purple Dress Run.    READ MORE »

Atlanta United to celebrate diverse fanbase with Unity Night

Atlanta United is recognizing its diverse fanbase with Unity Night during its June 24 match against Portland, with the team's LGBTQ fan group preparing for a big celebration.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Braves to mark Stonewall Month with LGBT Night at SunTrust

Break out the rainbow ball caps, baseball fans. The Atlanta Braves are ready to mark Stonewall Month with the team's eighth annual LGBT Night, set for on June 22 at SunTrust Park.    READ MORE »

Gay entrepreneurs ask for help in final push to launch Guac y Margys

The guys behind the gay-owned Guac y Margys are pushing hard to bring margaritas to the Beltline in June. And they are asking for help to close out an online campaign to raise funds to build the new restaurant's patio and bar.    READ MORE »

Winter Thaw beer bust raises bucks for Lost N Found

ABetterBuzz Brand Goods and nightlife promoter Just Toby bid goodbye to winter with a Winter Thaw fundraiser at Woofs on Saturday to raise funds for Lost N Found Youth.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Field Day fun-raises $42,000 for HIV charities

Weekend warriors went old school on Saturday, taking part in three-legged races, tug-of-war, pie eating and more during Atlanta Field Day to raise funds for HIV vaccine research.    READ MORE »

Atlanta woman comes out as trans wife, Muslim, professional

From private trans formation to very public trans action, this Atlanta woman went from knowing she couldn't stay quiet any longer to knowing she could do something with her notoriety.    READ MORE »

Meet six trans Atlantans making every day Visibility Day

International Transgender Day of Visibility includes a week of Atlanta events and a world of work. To celebrate, Jon Dean shoots locals who are out and proud every day of the year    READ MORE »

Victory Fund rallies support for LGBT candidates in Atlanta

With biscuits and plenty of bubbly, the Victory Fund toasted LGBT candidates, elected officials and supporters during its annual fundraising brunch in Atlanta on Sunday.    READ MORE »

Friends celebrate Anne Barr’s decade of LGBT sports, fundraising

Friends and supporters toasted Anne Barr – the force behind the Decatur Women's Sports League – into retirement recently, closing more than a decade of work creating spaces for lesbians across metro Atlanta to enjoy recreational sports.    READ MORE »

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