Q ATLus unveils sound and vision of a new world order

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Everything is coming up change lately. This week’s issue unveils more renewal and hope with emerging LGBTQ music artists, a new world order for misogynists, the week’s burgeoning Atlanta events calendar, and the latest on the Eagle.

As the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation prepares its April 8 media awards, Q Cover zooms in on LGBTQ and allied performers nominated for Best Breakthrough Music Artist, including our cover boy Orville Peck.

In 10 Q Things, we offer ways for people every gender identity can smash the patriarchy. Close to home, we celebrate Easter Weekend events and look at dueling visions for Atlanta Eagle’s future.

Of course, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Like the political dance that’s always two steps forward and one step back. Or like your life as a series of poor dating decisions in Q Advice.

It’s a lot, but you love it. We do too, and we’ll be back next week with more. Until then, find us on the socials, or write me at [email protected].

Flip through the latest issue online here:

Pick it up each week at LGBTQ and allied venues, and find new content every day here.


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