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Out Front Theatre saves fall season without butts in seats

The setting? Empty venues all around Atlanta. The players? Literally everyone. And you know the 2020 themes all too well. That’s the scene at Out...

Georgia Tech pays $50,000 to anti-LGBTQ group to end lawsuit

Georgia Tech paid $50,000 to an anti-LGBTQ legal group to settle a federal lawsuit after the school’s student government denied funding for an on-campus...

Swinging Richards reopens, adds masks for its dancers

Swinging Richards reopened with a limited schedule while it continues its “All Male, All Nude” ways with a caveat fit for these pandemic times. “People...

My ex still threatens, harasses and gossips about me

Q: At first of course, my ex’s charm was awesome. Well, all that glitters in this queer world isn't gold... or hell even brass for...

Keisha Waites wants to be ‘fierce advocate’ for LGBTQs in Congress

With five years as a state lawmaker and a recent Congressional race under her belt, Keisha Waites said she has the blend of experience...
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Index, ring fingers tell the secret of your penis

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The next time you’re cruising Mr. Right Now, take a gander at his index and ring fingers. The difference between the two predicts what you’ll find when the package gets unwrapped. Less is more. Really.

Chase Oliver hopes to be Georgia’s first LGBTQ member of Congress

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Chase Oliver jumped into the special election to complete the unexpired term of U.S. Rep. John Lewis to provide “more choices and more voices”...

Crime is down in Atlanta. Seriously?

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imageBlogger Matt Hennie is the founder and managing editor of Project Q Atlanta. He’s a longtime Atlanta resident who’s worked in journalism since his days as a Purple Paladin at Furman University in the early ‘90s. Violent crime in Atlanta went down. And I say that with a straight face only because the statement comes with the stamp of approval from the FBI. More after the jump.

Q ATLus previews best of fest for Out on Film

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And the category is… Pandemic, but make it festive. Or more specifically, make it a festival. Out on Film jumped through 2020-level hoops to...

Coronavirus closings, cancellations ripple through LGBTQ Atlanta

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At least two Atlanta gay bars will close through the end of March, and a flood of events are canceled as queer businesses and organizations respond to the coronavirus pandemic.

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