Gay attorney jumps into state House race in Norcross

Out attorney Marvin Lim wants to put his experience lobbying against anti-LGBTQ “religious freedom” bills at the state legislature to use – by becoming a state lawmaker.    READ MORE »

Our LGBTQ lives, ‘mixed up and baked in a beautiful pie’

"I recently “Shazamed” a song that was extraordinarily sung and poignantly lyrical. I stopped to be moved and to identify my own story of loss, love and life.    READ MORE »

Meet the Atlanta Rainbow Trout teams in the pool

The birth of the Atlanta Rainbow Trout teams came with a small teams championship. Flash forward 24 years, and the local LGBTQ swim club boasts over 100 members.    READ MORE »

Sexy Saturday Burlesque returns to My Sister’s Room

The Candybox Revue hosted a special “Show Your Pride” edition of their monthly burlesque show at My Sister’s Room on Saturday.    READ MORE »

Ruby Redd drags up Midtown Moon on Saturdays

Ansley Square was hopping on Saturday as drag shows drew a crowd to Midtown Moon.    READ MORE »

St. Simons lesbian wants rematch in state House race

When Julie Jordan took on state Rep. Don Hogan in 2018, it was the first time in eight years that voters saw a Democrat in the race — in 2020, she wants them to see one in office.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

The fever pitch of June becomes white-hot as Stonewall 50 specials dot the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ-ATL events. Don’t be shy. Do dive in.    READ MORE »

Georgia State seeks gay couples who drink for ‘major’ study

A Georgia State psychology professor wants to fill a large gap in research by studying the effects of alcohol on same-sex relationships.    READ MORE »

Atlanta LGBTQ chamber hires first-ever executive director

The Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce welcomed its new board leadership and notched a “major milestone” for the nonprofit business group.    READ MORE »

Q dives in and wets your whistle on queer Atlanta

At Q, every day is gay, and every month is Pride. We embrace our mission to inform and inspire LGBTQ Atlanta again this week.    READ MORE »

East Point Possums go to drag summer camp

The camp drag queens of the East Point Possums resurrected their June show on Saturday with an intown twist.    READ MORE »

Dunwoody passes sweeping LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy

Dunwoody became just the fifth city in Georgia to adopt a broad LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance.    READ MORE »

Queer volleyball jocks throw beer bust at Woofs

When you need to raise money for a volleyball tournament, why not head to the local gay sports bar?    READ MORE »

Atlanta loses Tokyo Valentino appeal, drops anti-gay attorney

A federal court reversed a lower court decision against Tokyo Valentino and restarted a constitutional challenge to the City of Atlanta’s adult entertainment ordinance.    READ MORE »

Georgia city sacks nation’s first transgender fire chief

The city of Byron, Ga., fired its fire chief over alleged performance issues, but attorneys for the transgender woman called the move discriminatory.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta business pros push for support beyond Pride

Event promoter Melissa Scott notices the influx of corporate support during Stonewall Month, and she said LGBTQ Atlanta needs to be aggressive about keeping it year-round.    READ MORE »

DeKalb police: Murder of gay Decatur man was ‘hate-motivated’

The gay man shot and killed as he walked to a MARTA station in Decatur was harassed by two men about his sexuality one week before the tragic incident.    READ MORE »

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