LGBTQ Atlanta makes its own holiday magic in the new Q ATLus

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Whatever your particular feelings about the December holidays, Q ATLus magazine extends Season’s Greetings to remind all of LGBTQ Atlanta that we’re all in it together.

That’s exactly the sentiment expressed in one of the previews for local gay stage plays that are anything but ordinary holiday fare. From irreverent to nostalgic, from hilarious to heartwarming, we meet the people making seasonal queer magic happen.

Also bringing the magic this season is Atlanta’s own Aria B. Cassadine. The singing queen takes on the world in a best-of-the-best TV competition of beauty and voice on RuPaul’s new show, “Queen of the Universe.”

You’ll also find good tidings in things to do with your time off in the coming days, photos from Toy Party, the latest Q News, and a heaping helping of Q Advice.

We’re back next week with more delicious content. Until then, check in with us daily on the Faceplace and Insta, and of course right here at home.

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