Q ATLus comes at love for Valentine’s Day

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You and your boo have a love that’s here to stay. Or you don’t. Fate is fickle. We’re not fortune tellers. But the Valentine issue of Q ATLus magazine promises that our devotion to LGBTQ Atlanta will be an everlasting love.

The Q ATLus Love issue kicks off with one man working his romantic life around COVID protocols in Q Voices. We also decipher body signals in the Q Cover story, where you’ll find sure signs your boo still loves you. If you’re still unsure, there are ways to be a better sweetheart in 10 Q Things.

We show LGBTQ legislative staffer Matthew Yarbrough some Gold Dome love. In Q News, friends show love for two slain trans women, and Atlanta City Council President Felicia Moore shows love to her gays in an announcement to run for mayor.

We also show our undying affection for our readers in reliable Q Advice and in a bevy of Q Events scheduled this week. Come back for more lovable printed content each Wednesday, and catch us here on Project Q in the meantime. Show me some love via [email protected].

Read the full issue of Q ATLus here:

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


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