LGBTQ Atlanta’s got moves in the new Q ATLus Mag

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Creating momentum from scratch is nothing new for LGBTQ Atlanta, but there is something extra inspiring about it this year.

In a time of mixed signals and split decisions, this issue of Q ATLus finds Atlantans moving mountains.

That includes you, advancing from fear to courage in 10 Q Things. It also includes money moves against HIV in Q News. And as you probably gathered from our cover, it includes athletes in motion toward normalcy in LGBTQ-ATL.

From there, move into our weekly features. Get over to this week’s Q Events, budge your assumptions in Q Advice, and step through town with the help of the Q Map.

After you’re done here, flow with the inertia to our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Of course, we have more to move you on Project Q as well, or you can slide into my inbox at [email protected].

Read the latest issue of Q ATLus here:

Pick it up each week at LGBTQ and allied venues, and find new content here every day.


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