Meet 11 Atlanta Insta-Qs making the most of lockdown

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Queerantine lewks are as diverse as the folks creating them, throwing them on, stripping them off and snapping them for Instagram.

Meet LGBTQ Atlantans working the coronavirus quarantine for all it's worth through work, play, meals, self care and downtime —lots and lots of downtime.

Check them out below, and find their feeds by clicking on their insta handles.








@everyheadismycanvas and @ninfurno



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This feature originally appeared in Q magazine. Flip through the full issue online here:

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