Q ATLus gives from the heart and calls for community

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The often materialistic and sometimes emotionally driven demands of December can be daunting. This issue of Q ATLus magazine stops in the thick of the holidays to remember what really matters: community.

If we can tap into our own humanity and project it outward in the coming days, it’s a win in the lasting spirit of the season. 10 Q Things gathers low and no-cost gifts any LGBTQ person can give from the heart this season.

The local community is bustling, so Q People talks to ABC News correspondent Steve Osunsami about his 23 years in Atlanta. Another LGBTQ veteran since 1997 is the florist Foxglove & Ivy. A co-owner talks about the shop’s pandemic-level pivot.

Even our good mood has a Grinch, though. U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler donated a chunk of her Senate salary to anti-LGBTQ organizations. Check out more politics, crime and other Q News every day right here on Project Q Atlanta.

You being you and Q being Q, we also have a full calendar of Q Events, sage wisdom in Q Advice, and more. Look for us on your social feeds, and reach out to [email protected].

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