Fans rallying to help Atlanta drag legend Charlie Brown

Scores of drag entertainers are scheduled to perform on Sunday during a benefit for Charlie Brown, who has been out of work for seven months due to health issues.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta community center damaged by fire, smoke

A small fire broke out at the Phillip Rush Center early Friday, causing the facility to temporarily shut down.    READ MORE »

You’re Canceled: The useless conceit of queer call-out culture

I did a bad thing. It was wrong and ugly, and the public fallout was messy. I was put on blast, and it spiraled before an audience hungry for blood.    READ MORE »

Gov. Kemp pushes adoption reform, avoids LGBTQ concerns

Gov. Brian Kemp announced plans to overhaul Georgia’s adoption and foster care system, but sidestepped the issue of anti-LGBTQ efforts that killed reform legislation in past years.    READ MORE »

Two employees quit as Atlanta Pride turmoil continues

Half of Atlanta Pride’s staff resigned in the past month as the non-profit manages sustained criticism from former board members, committee members and employees.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

With commemorations and celebrations as job one, and an extra day to do it, the Queer Agenda calendar of LGBTQ Atlanta events gets supersized.    READ MORE »

Atlanta stripper gets life in prison for murdering boyfriend

A former dancer at a gay Atlanta club was sentenced to life in prison for killing his boyfriend in what prosecutors called "a horrifying case."    READ MORE »

‘Winter Pride’ events put the LGBTQ in the ATL for MLK Weekend

From Thursday all the way through Monday’s big annual LGBTQ breakfast, get ready for celebrities, commemoration and celebration.    READ MORE »

Brookhaven adopts sweeping LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy

The Brookhaven City Council unanimously passed a broad LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance on Tuesday, making it just the seventh Georgia city to do so.    READ MORE »

Q channels MLK legacy and helps you rock the holiday weekend

Kings and queens serve 1960s Civil Rights Realness as queer Atlanta does MLK Weekend with a slate of LGBTQ events for both reverence and revelry.    READ MORE »

LGBTQ Atlanta business group elects first trans president

Directors of the Metro Atlanta Association of Professionals elected August Wogsland as their new president and CEO – the LGBTQ business group’s first openly transgender leader.    READ MORE »

Gay politico jumps into state Senate race in Atlanta

Devin Barrington Ward has launched a primary challenge against longtime state Sen. Horacena Tate as he looks to become the chamber’s first black openly LGBTQ member.    READ MORE »

MSR goes burlesque with Candi LeCoeur

Candi LeCoeur brought her monthly queer burlesque show Unwrapped back to My Sister’s Room on Saturday night.    READ MORE »

DJ Phil B returns to Heretic for more beats

San-Francisco-based music producer and DJ Phil B was back in town on Saturday for a night of beats and boys at the Heretic.    READ MORE »

Rush Center embroiled in labor dispute, longtime employee fired

A prominent LGBTQ non-profit professional claims that the Rush Center fired him in retaliation for organizing a union for the LGBTQ center’s employees.    READ MORE »

Billy Porter, Tiffany Haddish do Swinging Richards ‘Like A Boss’

“Pose” star Billy Porter took in the sights of Swinging Richards while he was in Atlanta filming his latest movie, and his guide for the evening was actress and comedian Tiffany Haddish.    READ MORE »

Cadillac Jack says Kicks 101.5 boss bullied him for being bisexual

Former longtime Kicks 101.5 DJ Cadillac Jack sued parent company Cumulus Media for wrongful termination and claimed that his boss bullied him for being bisexual.    READ MORE »

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