Stolen car crashes into gay-owned print shop in Midtown

The driver of a stolen car crashed the vehicle into gay-owned print shop Creative Approach, knocking down a street pole and shattering windows.    READ MORE »

Ten removes signage, social media channels go dark

The signage outside Ten Atlanta is down, and the bar's social media accounts and website are gone, leading to questions about its future.    READ MORE »

Stay home, yes even if you’re bored, horny and at ‘low risk’

I heard Midtown is Gay Ground Zero for coronavirus, but all my friends are still cruising and hooking up. How worried should I really be?    READ MORE »

Gay blood donation ban eased amid coronavirus crisis

LGBTQ activists in Georgia said the Food & Drug Administration’s easing of restrictions on gay men giving blood is “a step in the right direction” but doesn’t go far enough.    READ MORE »

Atlanta man arrested after alleged sex with teen met on dating app

A 46-year-old Atlanta man is behind bars after allegedly having sex with a 14-year-old boy in Peachtree City.    READ MORE »

The best Hulu, Prime and Netflix shows offering must-see LGBTQ TV

Things could be better, but they could be even worse. We could've been stuck inside back when queer viewing was reruns of "Will & Grace" and the random Cinemax feature.    READ MORE »

Gay Atlanta man sues anti-LGBTQ lawmaker over Facebook block

A gay Midtown man filed a federal lawsuit against state Rep. Ginny Ehrhart for blocking him from her legislative Facebook page after he criticized her anti-transgender bill.    READ MORE »

Lesbian officials named to DeKalb coronavirus task force

Two LGBTQ elected officials were appointed to a new task force to battle the coronavirus pandemic in DeKalb County, which has the third-highest number of cases in Georgia.    READ MORE »

Meet 11 Atlanta Insta-Qs making the most of lockdown

Queerantine lewks are as diverse as those creating them, throwing them on, stripping them off and snapping them for Instagram. LGBTQ Atlanta works corona craziness    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta virtual events blossom in wake of coronavirus

LGBTQ Atlanta DJs, non-profit leaders, gamers and theater companies have lined up a slew of live-streamed events to stay connected with people during the coronavirus pandemic.    READ MORE »

Barking Leather sews up face masks to battle coronavirus

A popular gay Atlanta leather shop has jumped into the fight against coronavirus by making fabric face masks for local healthcare workers and first responders.    READ MORE »

Q mag settles in for the long haul with cozy queerantine content

By now, everyone feels the quarantine fatigue, even those who already worked from home, spent nights in and enjoyed grocery delivery. Q is here for the duration.    READ MORE »

Metrotainment employees say company owes them money

An LGBTQ-popular restaurant company launched a fundraiser for employees as it closed due to coronavirus. Some employees call it a cover up money troubles from before the pandemic.    READ MORE »

Atlanta HIV health center redesigns services due to coronavirus

Positive Impact Health Centers has initiated prescriptions by delivery and curbside pick-up, modified hours and introduced telehealth to help fight coronavirus.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta helps salute healthcare workers fighting coronavirus

Atlanta drag queen Wild Cherry Sucret performed an outdoor show on Saturday as a tribute to healthcare workers and first responders battling coronavirus.    READ MORE »

Stuck together and sticking it out in a quarantined uncuffing season

We joked all winter that we met during cuffing season, and that cuddling through cold nights would be nice only while they lasted. Well, spring is here.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride says 50th anniversary event in October on – for now

Atlanta Pride organizers said they continue to plan the annual celebration with hopes the coronavirus pandemic won’t sideline them like it has so many large public gatherings.    READ MORE »

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