It’s been a really busy week. Now that it’s in the rear-view, take the time to catch up on what the LGBT-ATL was buzzing about. Crime, court, Creating Change and craziness from the week that was.
A blog that tracks HIV criminalization cases is questioning the accuracy of the claim from “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” cast member Lee Thompson that he filed charges against the ex boyfriend suspected of infecting him with HIV and got him jailed. Read why.
Queer party host Bedlam has soaped up and gotten trashy. So it was time to turn out the lights and squirt body paint. View WackedOut BlackOut plus pics from Atlanta’s LGBT MLK Breakfast, Armorettes 34th Anniversary, a 10th & Piedmont art opening and all of our photo galleries.
The lawsuit from a gay Atlanta man hoping to show GAYPWR on his license plate has exposed dozens of queer-influenced vanity plate suggestions that the state rejected. Georgia won’t do GAYSEX, but rejects STR8 hate, too. See what else won’t fly.
Welcome to Atlanta, grassroots gays. We welcomed you with a dose of our Southern charm. Now get ready for our redneck haters. They’re preparing for your arrival at Creating Change with a public plan to slash your tires. They’re mean but not very smart.
Oh what a gay presidential inaugural day, capped with seven LGBT musicians from Atlanta joining a gay marching band that played Lady Gaga for President Obama. Watch their moment on the edge of glory.
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