Q ATLus finds LGBTQ cuties walking in nature

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LGBTQ activities usually veer outside as autumn sets in in the ATL, but this year most people are way ahead of it. The full-tilt 2020 situation already has us looking for safe escapes from home. Now nature joins the party with the outdoor backdrop we deserve.

This week’s cover story offers a quick-reference guide to great hikes in north Georgia, featuring gay men of all sorts making the most of it. Most of our hiking picks are good for every skill level, and all are either within the metro area or doable as a day trip.

Other folks are walking in this issue, too. Q News is on the campaign trail, Q Theater sets out on a virtual fall season, and Q Community talks one-on-one with Atlanta Eagle’s Richard Ramey about hopes for a new start in 2021.

Also in this issue, step up to in-person Q Events,  make moves toward 10 Q Things that only gay guys understand, and proceed to Q Advice for encouragement of your kinky side.

Enjoy, then jump back online with Project Q Atlanta for fresh fodder right here every day. You can also write me any time at mike@theQatl.com.

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