Q ATLus slides LGBTQ Atlanta into the new season

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This issue of Q ATLus settles into autumn with the same natural ease that you slide out of September and into Pride Month.

News, entertainment, community, nightlife and queer culture collide this week for a concoction we hope you find sweet. We link you to Lil Nas X’s three Atlanta LGBTQ charities, hook you up with local gay porn star DeAngelo Jackson making a transition to TV, and offer you the latest on gay mayoral candidate Antonio Brown’s fraud trial.

We also keep you busy with the city’s extended bar hours for Pride Weekend, this week’s chock-full calendar of Q Events, plus two pages of Q Shots photos. This week’s Q Advice column helps a gay Atlanta man whose boyfriend can’t handle his huge equipment.

As fall glides into focus, we remind you to love yourselves and each other, and look for all the Pride Love you need in print next week. Until then, you can find us online your phone, on your desktop and wherever you feel social. Write me any time via [email protected].

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