Trump administration launches free PrEP program to battle HIV

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services launched a national program on Tuesday to provide free PrEP for uninsured people to prevent the spread of HIV.    READ MORE »

Roaring ‘20s: 10 beloved LGBTQ faces we’ll miss in the next decade

Gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years as we head into the next. This time, 10 of the many people queer Atlanta lost.    READ MORE »

Victory Fund, Georgia Equality endorse several LGBTQ candidates

The Victory Fund and Georgia Equality endorsed the re-election campaigns of five LGBTQ state lawmakers, plus a handful of LGBTQ first-time candidates running for the Georgia General Assembly in 2020.    READ MORE »

Fight over trans access to restrooms lands in Atlanta court

The battle over access for transgender students to school restrooms that match their gender identity reached a federal court in Atlanta on Thursday, with one attorney bemoaning the “profoundly damaging discrimination” faced by trans students.    READ MORE »

The best queer things to do in Atlanta this weekend

'Tis the season for LGBTQ events in Atlanta that bring out your inner queer shopper and your outer giving spirit. Dive into these downtime distractions.    READ MORE »

80% of people who could benefit from PrEP aren’t taking it

Less than one in five people who could benefit from PrEP are taking it, only two-thirds of those who have HIV have it under control, and new HIV infections have remained stable in the U.S. after years of declines, according to federal health officials.    READ MORE »

Doraville elects its first openly LGBTQ mayor in blowout

Voters made electoral history on Tuesday, electing Doraville's first-ever openly LGBTQ mayor and Savannah's first openly LGBTQ city councilmember.    READ MORE »

When idols die and we lose a little piece of our queer childhoods

Having heroes pass away is one of the hardest things about aging. When a bright star fades suddenly, it changes the constellations in our mind’s skies.    READ MORE »

DJ Dave Aude hits Atlanta for Ten dance party

Ten brought in DJ Dave Aude for a smoking hot Thanksgiving Eve show to kick off the holiday weekend right.    READ MORE »

WSB-TV hires station’s first openly gay anchor

WSB-TV has hired popular Orlando-based anchor Jorge Estevez to join the station as an evening anchor starting in January, according to the AJC.    READ MORE »

Brookhaven pushes toward vote on LGBTQ nondiscrimination policy

Brookhaven will vote on a sweeping LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance in January, putting it in line to join a handful of other metro Atlanta cities who’ve adopted such protections in the past year.    READ MORE »

We’re here, we’re queer and we’ve got Q’s holiday gift ideas

From family to fr-amily, sweeties to frenemies, your shopping list just got easier with Q ideas for giving – and maybe a little something for yourself.    READ MORE »

1 in 5 hate crimes in Georgia motivated by anti-gay bias

Law enforcement agencies in Georgia reported nine hate crimes involving anti-gay bias last year, with six of those occurring in Atlanta, according to the FBI and Atlanta police.    READ MORE »

Queer Atlanta flocks to Heretic for Thanksgiving Eve party

A queer Atlanta tradition for over two decades continued at the Heretic on Nov. 27 with a Thanksgiving Eve dance party.    READ MORE »

Sex film star Antonio Biaggi to get ‘Naughty & Nuts’ at BJ Roosters

Adult film star and producer Antonio Biaggi pulls back the curtain on his wild industry for his one-man show “Naughty & Nuts” in January at BJ Roosters.    READ MORE »

Those controlling queers who try to stage-direct how others act

And, scene! The holidays, the boo and the friends may be a recipe for disaster, but getting people to act like someone they're not won't ever work.    READ MORE »

Canton elects openly gay mayor in a landslide

Bill Grant won the Canton mayoral race by 50 points and will join rare company by becoming the third openly LGBTQ mayor in Georgia.    READ MORE »

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