First 2021 Q ATLus dives into relationships and community

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We made it. The year and the election cycle are over. Q ATLus magazine kicks off the post-2020 world with a look at one-on-one love and shared communal experiences.

This week’s 10 Q Things shows signs that your boo is already over you. In Q Advice, stalking is not love, and breaking up is hard to do.

As we prepare for the Biden era, this edition of the magazine introduces more LGBTQ people who made it happen. That includes “equality voters” like you in Q News who favored the candidate in overwhelming numbers. Coverage also identifies another deeply diverse set of queer campaign staffers from the just-wrapped U.S. Senate runoffs.

Keep flipping pages for an interview with gay country crooner Ty Herndon in this week’s cover story. He was scheduled to hit Atlanta this weekend with love in his heart and a song on his lips, but a corona quarantine has him rescheduling for February. His interview is still super juicy.

As always, count on us for this week’s best Q Events, and find more to read and do every day on Project Q Atlanta. Don’t hesitate either to write me at I’m always looking for more local people to profile on our site and pages.

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


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