Woofs hangs tough through 40 percent drop in sales

The owner of Woofs worries that a recent spike in coronavirus cases will cause the state to shut down businesses for the second time in four months, but he and his employees are hanging tough.    READ MORE »

My Sister’s Room closes after employees test positive for coronavirus

My Sister’s Room abruptly shut down for about two weeks on Thursday after two employees of the popular lesbian bar in Midtown tested positive for coronavirus.    READ MORE »

10 things that really make us truly sexy

Spoiler alert: It’s not about finances or fitness when looking for the secret to the laws of attraction. When it comes to being sexy, here’s what your fellow LGBTQs are really looking for.    READ MORE »

Modified Out on Film will go on with $60K in arts grants

With a huge federal grant and another sizable sum in pocket, Atlanta’s LGBTQ film festival committed to its event with a survey on how it will manifest the COVID era.    READ MORE »

The best queer virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Atlanta’s LGBTQ planners, organizers and stream queens are ready to keep you busy, whether you mask up and head out, or stay tucked in air-conditioned isolation.    READ MORE »

Brushstrokes goes mask for mask to fight coronavirus

There’s no statewide rule demanding face coverings are worn inside commercial businesses, but one LGBTQ Atlanta shop instituted its own mask requirement: Brushstrokes.    READ MORE »

Meet the three people making LGBTQ history in Gwinnett

Gwinnett County, long a majority white Republican stronghold, is changing – dramatically. How do we know? Everton Blair, Ben Ku and Sam Park.    READ MORE »

Sexy is as sexy does for a hot summer in Q ATLus magazine

Made ya look! Even as we offer eye candy to get attention, the Q ATLus cover story this week reminds readers that sexy is and always has been more than skin deep.    READ MORE »

Help! My stepdad married a man just six months after Mom died

My mom died a year ago, and it’s been hard on my siblings, half-siblings and myself. It was made even harder by my stepfather, who decided right after her death to remarry — this time to a man.    READ MORE »

So you want to be an LGBTQ ally? 10 things to know, do and say

From sexuality vs. gender to role playing, from embracing non-binary and preferred pronouns, to rejecting tired assumptions and straight-splaining, these are the ways allies can really help.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Eagle strives to survive coronavirus pandemic

Visitors to the reopened Atlanta Eagle find a familiar scene in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic: temperature checks, employees in masks, hand sanitizer stations and staff constantly cleaning.    READ MORE »

10 things everyone can do to fight racism in LGBTQ Atlanta

Every person of every race can do something every day to work to end racism. The time is now to turn the tide against hatred and toward the cause of racial justice within the LGBTQ community.    READ MORE »

Best queer virtual and IRL things to do in Atlanta July 4 weekend

Whether you poke your head out or stay tucked in quarantine, Atlanta’s LGBTQ event planners, demonstration organizers and Twitch.tv mavens can keep you busy over the Fourth of July weekend.    READ MORE »

Atlanta Pride cancels outdoor festival and parade

The Atlanta Pride festival in Piedmont Park and parade through Midtown in October – is canceled. The coronavirus pandemic forced organizers to take the celebration online.    READ MORE »

Q ATLus finds you a little more free this Independence Day

“Today, our union is a little more perfect,” said Barack Obama’s when marriage equality was affirmed in all 50 states five years ago. It was a momentous step, but the key word was “little.”    READ MORE »

Coronavirus scare causes popular LGBTQ venues to close – again

A coronavirus scare prompted a trio of popular LGBTQ spots to close over the weekend, as other nightlife venues revisit whether to require patrons to wear face coverings.    READ MORE »

Atlanta police reform long overdue, LGBTQ leaders say

The responsibility for the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks by Atlanta police rests with Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms and Atlanta City Council members, according to Council member Antonio Brown.    READ MORE »

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