Q ATLus busts out in bold, beautiful color

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Busting norms and breaking barriers are part and parcel for LGBTQ Atlanta. This week’s Q ATLus keeps it going with a look at individual expressions in color.

The radiant figure on our cover is coloring the world and becoming more well-known by the week. Meet local RuPaul queen LaLa Ri in our interview. Speaking of Black beauty, 10 Things lists an action plan to end racism that every LGBTQ person of every race can do every day.

You could help the long, dark winter pass with hair pops of personality. Ever worn blue hair or green highlights to the grocery store or doctor’s office? See it in action.

Q News finds a fight to ban conversion therapy in Georgia, Q Advice finds you single and looking, and Q Events lists options to take your mind off all of the above.

But you’re insatiable. Find a cacophony of colorful content every day on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and right here on Project Q. You can also write me at mike@theQatl.com with your ideas for future coverage.

Flip through the latest print issue online here:

Pick up each weekly edition of QATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues around Atlanta, and find fresh content every day right here.


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