Q ATLus plots slow, sure LGBTQ progress across Atlanta

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Two steps forward, one step back. If that sounds like the process of LGBTQ life in Atlanta, it is. That’s why it’s a full-time job. Project Q Atlanta and Q ATLus magazine put one foot in front of the other this week and in every issue.

The road to equality seems long, but we found 10 signs of progress along the way. A gay nurse in Emory’s ICU wants help to step out of COVID Hell, and he’s looking at you.

In Q Community, walk into the future with Atlanta’s gay rabbi retiring from his LGB-founded congregation. Spelman College strides toward its first-ever Queer Studies chair, endowed by an LGBTQ billionaire.

Elsewhere, step into garments that are color- and gender-neutral. Virtual togetherness advances in Q Events. And whiners get the boot in Q Advice.

This month has been a helluva long year. Step into the first days of February on our pages, and catch up with fresh content every day right here on Project Q Atlanta.

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Pick up each weekly edition of QATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues around Atlanta, and find fresh content right here every day.


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