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You can dress them up, but they're still going to be burly rugby jocks. And that was exactly the point of the Purple Dress Run from the Atlanta Bucks on Saturday.
Whether it's military men, lumberjacks, blue collar hunks or leather daddies, ManShaft knows how to host a fetish party. It delivered again on Saturday at Heretic.
A young transgender man who took on a Georgia judge who called his name change offensive – and then won in court – has died after complications from surgery.
Embattled DeKalb Sheriff Jeffrey Mann made his first public appearance six days after being arrested for allegedly cruising for sex in Piedmont Park, apologizing not for the arrest but for the 'unfavorable light' it cast on the coun...
AID Atlanta has sued the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention after the federal health agency didn't renew a multi-year grant to fund HIV prevention efforts and instead awarded the funds to two other local non-profits.
A bill that expands Georgia's medical marijuana program to include people with AIDS and five other conditions was signed into law by Gov. Nathan Deal.
With Mother’s Day in the mix and still a weekend of deserved down time to enjoy, LGBT Atlanta throws down event options whether you want to put Mama, gala or holla into your plans.
Newly unearthed security video apparently shows DeKalb Sheriff Jeffrey Mann being chased along a Midtown street by an Atlanta police officer who eventually arrested him after he was caught allegedly cruising for sex in Piedmont Park...
The race among Georgia Republicans for the state's two top elected positions is turning into a crowded collection of anti-LGBT candidates. Welcome to the party, David Shafer and Hunter Hill.
DeKalb Sheriff Jeffrey Mann – arrested late Saturday as he allegedly cruised for sex in Piedmont Park – now faces calls for his resignation and an investigation from the agency that licenses law enforcement officers across the state...
Friends, family, supporters and scores of elected officials commemorated Joan Garner on Saturday during a touching memorial service for the Fulton County commissioner, community organizer and LGBT activist who lost her battle with cancer.
DeKalb County Sheriff Jeffrey Mann was arrested late Saturday as he allegedly cruised for sex in Piedmont Park and exposed himself to a male Atlanta police officer.
Friday nights are great for going out and having fun, but what can make this particular Friday night stand out from all the others? When Cinco de Mayo falls on a Friday, it’s a perfect mix for a great night.
Cocktails and cash were flowing on Thursday as Jerusalem House again hosted its upscale silent auction to raise funds to support the non-profit's HIV housing efforts.
The month kicks off with a big LGBT Atlanta holi-gay and keeps right on flowing with events from interactive plays to wildly popular dance parties, and from gay sports to fab drag shows.
A 62-year-old Atlanta man was arrested after he allegedly used social media to cruise a 14-year-old and tried to convince the male teen to travel to Miami for sex.
Sexy Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears wants to make gay Atlanta's summer a little gayer. He just announced a five-city solo romp through the South that brings him here in June.
The Macon-Bibb County Commission voted to extend employment protections to LGBT county workers on Tuesday, despite opposition from pastors and some elected officials.
Cory Ruth pledged to be a strong advocate for LGBT issues and the fight against HIV despite a slate of anti-LGBT supporters backing his campaign for Atlanta City Council.
Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle – who has long championed discrimination against LGBT people – said he won't stand for discrimination against anyone as he launched his bid to become Georgia's next governor.