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An LGBT Atlanta activist wants rainbow crosswalks to return – permanently – to a Midtown intersection and has launched a petition urging city officials to do just that.
The Wet Demons returned to compete in the Hotlanta Softball League this season and brought with them the best of their off-the-field fun: patio parties at Joe's.
Rep. Earl Ehrhart – the Georgia lawmaker who has trolled sexual assault victims, ridiculed political opponents and mocked LGBT people – has complained to police that he's being harassed through email and social media.
The Eagle likes to dominate gay Atlanta's nightlife scene and this weekend, the legendary bar will celebrate three decades of doing just that as it hosts Atlanta Leather Pride and its 30th anniversary celebration.
Clouds clear and cool things down for a weekend of activities so plentiful, you’ll need a doppelganger to make it to all the Gay Agenda items. Make good choices, gays, and have fun!
Grammy-nominated jazz pianist and composer Fred Hersch – one of the first openly gay, HIV-positive men in jazz – is bringing his solo show to Atlanta his weekend.
The young gay Democrat and party activist targeted by a former Georgia lawmaker last year over his "lifestyle" hasn't slowed down since the controversy, setting his political ambitions high and hoping to make a difference in his South Georgia hometown.
A Democrat and first-time candidate is sparking excitement – and more than a little hope – among LGBT and progressive voters in Atlanta's traditionally conservative 6th Congressional District.
Attorneys for a Georgia lesbian fired for being gay criticized a court ruling as a 'decision from the Stone Age' and asked the full court to hear their claims that federal law bans sexual orientation discrimination.
Lawmakers in the Georgia Senate who backed an anti-LGBT measure helped tank an adoption bill in the closing minutes of the legislative session to avoid the bill passing without their discrimination provision.
Some 15 Hotlanta Softball players worked hard – and werqued it – as they competed for the Mr. HSL crown on Saturday at Jungle.
Joining Hearts took advantage of warm weather and sunny skies to kick back with friends on Saturday for bottomless margaritas.
What happens in Vegas was all the rage last weekend as the hunks of Matinee Las Vegas came South to tease gay Atlanta with their big gay dance party.
Stories of love, life and loss are highlighted in 'Two Boys Kissing,' the newest production from the Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus that takes place this weekend.
The Georgia House – frustrated with Republican senators who hijacked a popular adoption bill with an anti-LGBT amendment – passed another version of the legislation on Tuesday.
Sen. Josh McKoon, the Republican lawmaker who has pushed for anti-LGBT 'religious freedom' bills for several years, defended his political maneuvering late Tuesday that attached his legislation to another bill.
Sun’s out. Fun’s out! Spring brings more to love in LGBT Atlanta from arts to sports to events. Come get your fill, then keep it going until your gay agenda social calendar is overflowing.
Even if you don’t know his name, you surely know Leslie Jordan from something. The actor with the pronounced Southern drawl has made his presence known in films, TV and his Emmy-winning performance on 'Will & Grace.' Now he returns to Atlanta with his new show.
The dancers of Swinging Richards have been baring it all for gay Atlanta audiences for years. Now, they’re about to show what they’ve got on screen – beyond the hot bodies.
Two Republican senators made a last-ditch effort to push through an anti-LGBT 'religious freedom' bill late Tuesday, another in a string of legislative tricks to try and get the measure passed.