Five gay Atlanta must-reads of the week

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What was everyone talking about this week? From LGBT courts, crime and cops to gay events and entertainment, here are the posts that got the clicks to be Atlanta’s most popular of the last seven days.

Go-go dancer convicted on sex slave charges

A gay former dancer at BJ Roosters who turned teenage tricks into sex slaves was quickly convicted on Friday and faces up to life in prison on 10 charges ranging from human trafficking to pandering and aggravated child molestation. Read the full post.

Meet that hot couple from Joining Hearts

You know you spotted them during your Joining Hearts Weekend of parties, cocktails and muscled men. That ginger hottie and his companion with the sultry look? Meet Seth Fornea and Jared Bradford LeBlanc who, along with their chiseled abs and good looks, offer up their serious and fun sides, too. Read our revealing Q&A.

Crowd lights up Six Flags Rainbow Days [photos]

Rides, amusements, sunshine and Atlanta’s gays converged on Saturday to make Rainbow Days at Six Flags a huge success, topped off with a community picnic and entertainment by ‘80s singer Tiffany and DJ Cazwell. View the full gallery, and be sure to check out all eight of this week’s great photo albums.

Atlanta gay couple’s breakup: wet, naked, nasty

If there’s one rule to live by when it comes to break ups, it’s this: Change the locks. Or risk tempting fate and ending up in a wet and naked squabble with your ex like this gay couple in Buckhead. Unless you like the cops up in your business. Read the full post.

Jock watch: Ben Cohen heads back to Atlanta

Good news, hunk chasers. You don’t have to wait until Atlanta Pride to see gay ally and rugby stud Ben Cohen in the flesh. The dreamy StandUp Foundation founder returns to town in September with more opportunities to get up close and personal with him for a good cause. Read the full details.

Don’t shed a tear for this gay bullying ‘victim’

Out on Film releases full festival schedule

Atlanta gay man wins race, gender bias lawsuit

Always among the most popular of the week, check in with our latest community photo galleries, check out hot guys in the Morning Fix and check up on the week’s top national news in our weekday Afternoon Headline Rambles.


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