Q ATLus meets the heat with hot parties and hot topics

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The heat of summer meets its match in this week’s Q ATLus magazine.

Heretic’s hot weekend on the cover opens up on hot topics including eight LGBTQ people running for Atlanta City Council, a list of LGBTQ initiatives in the Atlanta mayoral race, and even more local queer candidates in Q News.

From the north Georgia to your hot plate, gay gourmet Chef Vedam delivers meals directly to your kitchen in Q Community. And maybe it’s the oppressive heat, 10 Q Things is grumpy about your social media fish faces and thirst traps.

Elsewhere this week, help struggling friends in Q Advice, and help yourself to Q Events including Heretic’s DILFy weekend. Hit us up on all the socials or write [email protected].

Read the full issue online here:

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


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