Five gay Atlanta must-reads of the week

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You can’t always make time to stay up on Atlanta’s LGBT news, events and watercooler-worthy buzz. That’s OK. Here’s a rundown of our five most-popular posts that got readers talking this week.

Fulton DA blasts judge for sentence in gay attack

An Atlanta man who allegedly burned the groin of a gay man as he robbed him received a commuted sentence from a Fulton judge, who tossed aside a recommendation of a 5-year prison sentence and prompted the county’s top prosecutor to call it “insulting” and an “injustice.” Read the full post.

Gilbert’s concept making play for Blake’s crowd?

10th & Piedmont? It soon won’t just be the intersection at the heart of Atlanta’s gayborhood but the name of the refashioned 2,500-square-foot space that for years was Outwrite and by December will be a gay-friendly restaurant and lounge expansion of Gilbert’s. Read and view the architect’s renderings.

Don Lemon does gay wedding, just not his own

Gay CNN anchor Don Lemon played paparazzi for Thomas Roberts’ gay wedding on Saturday, tweeting photos and well wishes and leaving his fans wondering when the Atlanta guy is going to get hitched to his own boyfriend. Read the full post and view Lemon’s personal photos.

Music Midtown soils Piedmont in time for Pride

Hey thanks, Music Midtown. Your packed schedule and crowds left Piedmont Park meadow a dirty brown mess just in time for Atlanta Pride. The festival, just three weeks before tens of thousands again crowd the park for Pride, left behind visible damage. Read the full post, and keep up with all things Pride.

Do not date this bitter gay Atlanta bitch

If ever there’s a Do Not Date list circulating in gay Atlanta, this guy’s got to be at the top. He’s called the cops on his former man, threatened to beat his ass, got him fired and accused his preacher father of dealing drugs. Read the blow-by-blow report.

Saddle up for this gay Atlantan’s plush condo

Georgia’s own Honey Boo Boo loves her gays

Chick-fil-A chief snuffs out any whiff of anti-gay retreat

Gay marriage scares Georgia Dem into GOP flip-flop

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