Sex beyond stigma and LGBTQ life beyond sex in Q ATLus

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On the one hand, LGBTQ people long to be recognized for more than our sexuality. On the other, we still want our sex lives to be open, joyful and free from stigma. Those two coexisting concepts are on proud display in this week’s issue of Q ATLus magazine.

Both are definitely front and center in our cover story. Audiences get an eyeful and a heartful when Out Front Theatre’s “timeless and timely” show Jerker opens next week.

More multi-faceted LGBTQ lives hit homes and cinema screens in Q Film. We have a rundown of the biggest titles on Atlanta Film Festival’s Pink Peach track. The festival opens Thursday and runs through May 2.

In Q Community, meet the Weather Channel’s Tevin Wooten. In Q Advice, a top meets his match in bed. In Q Events, you meet your future with more LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta than can get done but will have fun trying.

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