Q mag settles in for the long haul with cozy queerantine content

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Just about every queer in Atlanta’s LGBTQ village is feeling the quarantine fatigue, even those who were already working from home, spending most nights in and doing grocery delivery.

Q magazine and Project Q Atlanta are here for the duration.

This issue of the magazine scrolls feeds for shots of our local fam beating boredom, presses play on welcome-distraction TV streams, makes a game of daily home routines, takes a look atLGBTQ-ATL virual hangouts, catches up on every angle of Atlanta's queerCOVID craziness,advises stubborn Midtown gays who won’t self-isolate, and more.

After you soak it all in, remember we want to share your stories, too. How are you or yours handling the situation? How is the corona conundrum affecting your life? Write us on our contact page, or reach me directly atmike@theQatl.com.

We couldn’t possibly pack all of the developing stories into one issue, so as always, count on Project Q Atlanta to hit it anew every dayright here.

A reiteration from last week: We are not in print, as we expect you to be home or at work. Our digital editions continue, and supporting that effort means supporting our LGBTQ and allied advertisers — with gift certificates for later, online orders, delivery or phone consultations. The advertisers in this issue and on our website have gone out of their way to stay with us during tough times. We appreciate you and them beyond measure.

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Read Q magazine every week and Project Q Atlanta every day for the best local LGBTQ news and community coverage in town. You can find past editions of the magazine in our Q archive.


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