LGBTQ Atlanta’s past, present and future collide in Q ATLus

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The present moment is always made of both history and hopes. At Project Q and Q ATLus, we love finding that balance between past, future and what’s going on right now.

In this issue of our print publication, if we’re not pedaling through a bicycle tour of LGBTQ history, we’re flashing back through decades of a local legend. If we’re not revisiting the best queer ATL party photos, we’re looking ahead to a new era with a gay business owner.

It’s a lot, so it helps sometimes to refocus on the now and express gratitude. In addition to all of the above community features, 10 Q Things stops and smells the gray sweatpants. Um, our cover feature takes a moment to appreciate a few of our favorite things about November.

To keep you in the moment, or not too far from it, Q Events has this week’s must-do list, and our weekly features also include juicy tidbits in Q Advice, a self-guided Q Map and the promise of the freshest news and information every day right here on our homepage.

Share your thoughts with us via messenger on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter, or hit our inbox [email protected].

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


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