Q ATLus looks lovingly on LGBTQ faces of the past

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Those were the days, and these are the days. This issue of Q ATLus keeps tabs on LGBTQ history. It also acknowledges where we are today, and it meets people working to ensure our role in the future.

10 Q Things rounds up victories in LGBTQ history that changed the world. The cover story looks back at queer imagery of the past to reveal that love is, was and will always be love.

In current politics, a local man calls out other gays who don’t appreciate Secretary Pete. Then, we meet a state Senator’s queer chief of staff who wants LGBTQ people to wield our full powers.

As usual, this issue finds fresh Q News, Q Events and juicy Q Advice, plus our invitation to visit us for new content every day here on Project Q Atlanta.

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