Q ATLus tracks 2021’s LGBTQ Atlanta rebirth

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The surest sign yet that things are looking up in LGBTQ Atlanta is a rebirth in the Q Events listings. The growing social calendar sets the tone for this week’s issue of Q ATLus magazine.

Our cover guy wears rose-colored glasses. The Q Shots photo galleries by Russ Bowen-Youngblood return. We unveil plans to bring back Joining Hearts this summer. We also offer a takedown of toxic relationships and list 10 ways to celebrate leather – even while the Eagle is on a break.

With all this bustling activity, the growing accessibility of COVID vaccines, and ever-more daily Project Q content to love, we hope things are coming up roses for you as well. Shoot us a note via social media, visit our contact page, or email me at [email protected].

Read the new issue in full here:

Pick it up each week at LGBTQ and allied venues, and find new content here every day.


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