Q ATLus revs up downtime with the Sexiest Men Alive

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One thing that the current pandemic has on the 1918 Spanish Flu is the internet’s ability to lull us through extra downtime. For gay men, stalking hot celebrity men on social media is part of a multi-prong plan to stay sane in semi-lockdown.

The latest Q ATLus magazine is here for it.

An Atlanta guy narrowed down his personal favorites to 20 for 2020 to exact his revenge on People magazine’s annually terrible “Sexiest Man Alive.” We let him have his clever, funny way with us in this week’s Q Cover story. Check them all out below or here.

Speaking of men, Connor Fair’s high school just made him the first transgender Homecoming King in Georgia history. The road to his crown is just one of the stories in Q Community.

Other notable men and women about town wait patiently in Q Events, where virtual and IRL options abound. As always, we leave you with the juicy gossip in Q Advice.

That said, the Q family of publications never really leaves you, because we post fresh Q News and Q Culture stories every day. Join us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Find our Podcast Q interviews and Q Conversations live events, too.

Write me at mike@theQatl.com, and read the latest print issue online here:

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

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