Q ATLus & chill with what’s hot and getting hotter

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As the weather and the LGBTQ events climate in Atlanta slowly warm, the latest issue of Q ATLus hits stands with ways to chill.

After the very horrible no good year, we still miss a good gay gathering around a dynamic performer. The latest issue of Q ATLus does a drag flashback with some of our favorite shots of just a few performers we are anxious to see again this summer.

You’ll also find chill vibes in the rising heat in Mother’s Day Weekend Q Events. Q Advice offers cool tips for people worked up about other people’s judgments. Needing to chill might also come in handy in our 10 ways to get and keep a boo.

Still, some things stay hot and get hotter in Georgia. Take politics and social issues. One of our seven LGBTQ state lawmakers is going for broke to become the first gay official elected to statewide office. In other Q News, the CDC rings Atlanta’s HIV alarms.

We’re confident that you can chill with what we’re throwing down. Until next week, visit us on social media or contact us.

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Find us each week at LGBTQ and allied venues, and find new content here every day.


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