LGBTQ ATL steeped in parties, Pride, people and politics

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Everything is political, because it’s about people. Not just these days but throughout history, politics both official, informal and personal run societies and communities.

And well, there is one thing humans cannot escape: each other. Luckily, we at Project Q Atlanta and Q ATLus are quite happy with our people. We wouldn’t trade y’all for the world.

Queer Atlanta leans on Pride in each other – including the newly announced 2021 parade grand marshals – and that goes double when politics goes to the polls in an election cycle. Q News parses the LGBTQ wins, losses and runoffs to watch.

Speaking of pride and people, locals making us proud in this issue include the guys at Thrive SS and their Thrive 365 App. In other Q Community updates, Positive Impact celebrates 30 years of service with a party and a capital campaign.

You being you, and Q being Q, we also offer Q Shots photo galleries, upcoming Q Events you won’t want to miss, and juicy Q Advice. When you’re done, you can also count on us for new content daily on Project Q Atlanta.

Read the latest issue online right here:

Find each new edition of QATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues around Atlanta.


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