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When Rodiney Santiago takes off his shirt, we pay attention. But when the Brazilian underwear model/ reality star doffs his shirt for a movie, we grab our keyboards to make sure that you’re up to date.
With hundreds of marriage equality supporters tucked into a hotel ballroom, virgin cocktails in their hands, Lance Bass and Latrice Royale helped gay Atlanta #ToastToMarriage on Monday.
There's bedroom mod, bear flair and butch realness among gay Atlanta's homes. But this bungalow offers a courtyard made for cocktailing and a twilight look you'll fall in love with.
He became a household name as part of “Star Trek,” but George Takei has become even more popular as a gay activist and an internet darling. A documentary on his life screens Wednesday in Atlanta.
Less than a week after bonafide statisticians named Atlanta Third in Gay of all U.S. metropolises, another group takes a run at rankings that puts our town at No. 1 gayest in one way, among the worst in others.
Drag queens from across the land flocked to East Point on Saturday for the open-air spectacle that is the 17th Annual East Point Possums Show, attracting hundreds of fans and raising thousands of dollars for charity.
Bedlam is synonymous with mayhem, and gay Atlanta’s Bedlam party crew takes its name to heart. But when it’s their notorious underwear theme with black lights and neon bodypaint, things get extra crazy.
Much of the buzz (and swooning) over the arrival of Sam Champion and Rubem Robierb in Atlanta focused on their Speedos. Turns out, Robierb is an accomplished artist and showed off on Thursday.
Now for something completely different. A choreographer and former go-go boy strips bare and reveals his gay truth in a hypermasculine work of kisses, emotional honesty and man-on-man intensity.
The Meanest Woman in Midtown is packing her RV and planning on ridding KOAs across America of gay clubs and trans women. But not before taking a victory lap through Atlanta and one last transphobic jab.
The LGBT-ATL catches you plodding through work this week and scoops you up to shake off that nonsense. Let it carry you away to events that’ll put the super-gay into your Friday through Sunday.
Lance Bass, determined to help the South suck less on gay marriage, arrives in Atlanta on Monday to knock back SKYY Vodka cocktails with the gays and toast marriage. The gay kind, of course.
The Georgia Aquarium will once again be awash in rainbow, PETA protests be damned, as Atlanta Pride returns to the massive water tank to open the festival with its popular VIP reception and kickoff party.
It’s that time again–the one week a year when Americans join the world giving soccer the attention, if not the frenzy, it gets elsewhere. It’s also time for gay fans of sexy athletes to get all hot and bothered. Join us, won’t you?
A new NFL workplace conduct program emphasizing "LGBT diversity” and barring homophobic slurs kicked off to a big turnout with a session for players and coaches at the headquarters of the Atlanta Falcons.
A porn star, a party promoter and a drag queen need your help. It may sound like a joke, but the Atlanta trio is real and taking on new roles when curtains part on the film “Proxy.”
With a season-long undefeated streak, the Henry's Deckers won the championship of Atlanta's gay flag football league on Saturday. It took a lot of cocktails to get there.
A coalition of LGBT activists blistered federal health officials on Tuesday, saying HIV efforts are falling short and fueling a second AIDS epidemic taking its toll on gay men, transgender people and men of color.
Atlanta is like a second home to Del Shores’ gay films and plays. Shores descends upon Plaza Theatre Wednesday for a near sold-out benefit screening of his award-winning “Southern Baptist Sissies.”
A Gwinnett college that called an HIV-positive student a "safety risk" and kicked her out now says it will change its ways, thanks to an investigation by the U.S. attorney's office.