LGBTQ Atlanta plots its comeback in new QATLus

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Everybody loves a redemption and renewal plotline, and the world is due for a big one. After more than a year of loss and missed opportunities, this issue finds LGBTQ Atlanta organizers dipping their toes into 2021 plans.

It’s not time for a full victory lap, of course, but summer and fall are on course for some well-earned normalcy. The QATLus magazine cover story reaches into the Q Shots photo archives for a look at local gay events that we want back as soon as possible.

Looking back in a different way, WandaVision found us reminiscing about old TV shows. 10 Q Things winks and nods at classic film and TV icons who couldn’t explicitly come out. Speaking of progress, Q Community chats with another LGBTQ Atlantan making change at the state Capitol.

As always, this issue of the magazine also offers Q News the week’s Q Events, and Q Advice for your queer conundrums. Keep your eyes peeled for next week’s installment, and find new content every day here on Project Q Atlanta.

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