LGBTQ Atlanta looks up and forward in new Q ATLus

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If you need a signal that things are changing and advancing, look no further than this issue of Q ATLus magazine, your weekly guide to what’s good and gay in Atlanta.

After a years-long wait that included a pandemic-level delay, Future Atlanta opens this weekend. We tour Atlanta’s newest gay dance club and talk to the owners about their challenges, event and performer lineups, and plans going forward.

Another sign of advancement is on your calendar. It’s Stonewall Month, so that means tons of special June events and long-form rumination on the LGBTQ movement. Q Voices proffers thoughts on making the month more meaningful, and Q Weekly Events lays out options for your to-do list.

Also in this issue, our cameras caught photos at recent parties, we offer Q Advice for decidedly queer conundrums, and Q News delivers what’s gay in politics, crime and more.

Soak it all in, Atlanta, and enjoy the dawning of the post-pandemic age. Until next week, find us on your social feeds or write [email protected].

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