Q ATLus is all smiles with the best 2021 Pride photos

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It was so satisfying to see a picture-perfect Pride Weekend in Atlanta take shape. This issue of Q ATLus celebrates with a supersized section of Pride Q Shots photos to celebrate the success  – including the joy of revelers like our cover guy Tamer Barsbay at the Pride party in Piedmont Park.

Looking forward, two pandemic pivots by gay businesses are worth a read and definitely worth your patronage. In Q News, four metro Atlanta politicos are now part of the national Good Trouble Network of Black LGBTQ elected officials. We talked to all of them about the project inspired by the late John Lewis.

And here you were thinking we’d rest after Pride. Not at all. See what you can get into with Q Events for this week and Q Advice for your life.

As always, there’s new Q News and interviews online every day at home on Project Q Atlanta. You can hit us up on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or via [email protected].

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Pick up each new edition of QATLus at LGBTQ and allied venues around Atlanta.


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