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Thanks to this week’s advertisers, partners and sponsors for helping make it possible for us to bring you the latest LGBT news, buzz and events from across metro Atlanta.

Project Q Atlanta’s sponsors prove they are as LGBT savvy as our readers. They also demonstrate that advertising with us gets noticed. So help us to help you. Project Q is seeking sponsors to reach our diverse and growing audience. You’ll receive thousands of views a day in addition to weekly recognition to say thank you for your support.

Interested? Contact us for more information and to receive our media kit.

This week, our valued sponsors are Brushstrokes, Las Margaritas, Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse, Jock Boy Locker, “Scrooge in Rouge,” Chris Coleman Enterprises, Hope Clinic at Emory Vaccine Center, Kitchens New Cleghorn and Jungle.


The Hope Clinic at the Emory Vaccine Center works to improve the health of people throughout the world by developing safe and effective vaccines and other prevention methods against HIV and other infectious diseases. The clinic is currently seeking volunteers for a handful of ongoing HIV vaccine trials and prevention programs.


Kitchens New Cleghorn is a gay-owned law firm addressing client needs with experienced counsel for effective results. The firm approaches client work with a direct focus on creating positive outcomes that are legally sound and equally balanced with intelligent financial acumen. The firm works across a range of practice areas including divorce, custody and child support, domestic partner issues, personal litigation, wills and powers of attorney, family and personal business/corporate issues, and real estate issues.


Jungle is the popular gay nightclub on Cheshire Bridge Road from gay nightlife veteran Brad Williams. It offers top DJs, performers and light shows. Events run from dance parties with hit DJs such as Tony Moran, to Backstreet reunion nights, “Glee” watching parties, Fresh Fridays and hosting PALS Bingo on the second Wednesday of each month.


Chris Coleman Enterprises is one of the premier gay circuit event organizers in Atlanta. Since 2003, CCE has been holding events throughout the year that include the world’s best DJs in the city’s hottest venues to provide unforgettable party experiences.


Brushstrokes was established in 1989 and today includes more than 4,200 square feet of retail space in Atlanta. Brushstrokes, our flagship store, stocks a full range of greeting cards, T-shirts, books, music, video, giftware, and gay Pride merchandise. Capulets/Brushstrokes Pleasures is for adults only. It stocks a full line of gay erotica magazines, videos, adult toys, personal lubricants, condoms, leather and fetish goods.


Las Margaritas provides a fusion of Latin cultures to create an atmosphere of fun, family and hospitality at its Cheshire Bridge Road restaurant. Authentic Margaritas, Mojitos, Brazilian Caipirnhas and Latin beers accentuate the Fiesta feeling.


Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse is an independent bookstore and coffeehouse located in Midtown Atlanta. Outwrite opened in 1993 to serve Atlanta’s LGBT community. Growing quickly to become the largest gay landmark in the South, Outwrite has greatly expanded its clientele, products and services to reflect the growing and diversifying Midtown community while staying true to its LGBT roots.


Jock Boy Locker offers a great selection of men’s underwear, men’s swimwear, athletic apparel and men’s jewelry. The online retail outlet carries designer men’s underwear and swimwear from brands such as C-IN2, Ed Hardy, Ginch Gonch, Go Softwear, HEswimwear, Joe Snyder, N2N Bodywear, Pistol Pete and Timoteo Underwear. JockBoyLocker brings you men’s underwear styles ranging from briefs, boxer briefs, thongs, jockstraps and lowrise briefs.


“Scrooge in Rouge” from Reaction Productions opens Dec. 3 at 14th Street Playhouse. The clever pleasures of the production are abundant, varied, risqué and virtually non-stop. It is uproarious entertainment; a brilliantly constructed funhouse that works on multiple levels and provides holiday theater-goers with something to cheer about. This three-actor show presents a well-delineated cast of over 20 characters between them.

Additionally, thanks to the following partners: Pocket Rocket, Actor’s Express and “Fair Use,” 7th Annual Toy Party & Silent Auction, Two Roads Resources, New Georgia Claywork, Lab Monkey Design, Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, Georgia Equality and Woofs.

We can get your name out there. Contact us for more information about supporting Project Q’s growth and visit our advertising section for details on additional opportunities. Come grow with us!


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