Latest Q ATLus fans the flames of summer in Atlanta

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The smoldering ember of post-pandy hope really caught wind in the past week or so. Q ATLus magazine blew on it as hard as we could along the way, and this issue really fans the flames.

It’s fitting that a weekend of gay dance parties is dominated by a crew called Fuego. Our cover story introduces the five flaming hot DJs manning the decks.

Another hot topic is problematic gay former “Bachelor” Colton Underwood and his Netflix “guide” Gus Kenworthy. Q Voices takes aim at pretty white mediocrity rising above more worthy LGBTQ attention. 10 Q Things remembers sports figures who came out with their actual livelihoods on the line.

Also hot this week, the gay couple behind Forks & Flavors. Not so hot? The end of Agatha’s dinner theater after 30 years. There’s a dumpster fire in Q Advice, a Q Events fire drill, and politicians drawing fire in Q News.

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