Q ATLus presses midwinter reset button with warming trends

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Think temperate thoughts as we get through the coldest part of the year. This week’s Q ATLus magazine snuggles up to some warm fronts in LGBTQ Atlanta.

Under the new, queerer Biden administration, community and humanity soothe a frigid soul. 10 Q Things offers ways to be a trans ally for their L, G and B siblings. Art is like hot soup on a freezing day too, and two LGBTQ artists serve art on billboards in Atlanta.

Easing minds about the longstanding Coronatimes are two gay Atlanta healthcare workers taking the vaccine and an Emory ICU nurse keeping it real about gay COVID carelessness.

You know who else hates the Miss Rona? Drag queens. They make pandemic pivots to save Atlanta drag. Speaking of nightlife, Q Events has virtual soirees and masked fetes. Q Advice wraps this week’s edition with juicy gay gossip.

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