Fuzzy Wuzzy was Atlanta Bear Pride in the latest Q ATLus

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You know the legend of Fuzzy, right? The bear who had no hair and wasn’t very fuzzy… was he? Well, the bears in this week’s edition of Q ATLus magazine are the opposite.

Atlanta Bear Pride is extremely fuzzy, with stops at multiple venues over three days and nights. Plan your hirsute pursuit in our cover story.

Also on tap this week, we revisit the LGBTQ dates you wish you avoided, and Out on Film reveals its 2021 highlights. We also learn to forgive our sordid queer pasts. And as I keep saying, Atlanta Pride may be off, but your pride in Atlanta is on. This issue features lead-up surprises to fill the void with vaxxed and virtual Q Events.

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