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A sex shop adjacent to gay Atlanta's red light district on Cheshire Bridge Road has closed after nearly two decades of providing happy endings to gay men 24 hours a day.
The future Midtown home of a Lost N Found Youth shelter for homeless LGBT youth is up for sale by its owner – with a hefty $4 million per acre price tag.
The Georgia lawmaker who sponsors anti-gay 'religious freedom' bills promises to wage the battle again, arguing 'people of faith have been under assault' and that LGBT people don't face discrimination.
A longtime gay Atlanta DJ accustomed to helping power your nightlife is now asking for help after fire destroyed his apartment home over the weekend.
Some 16 metro Atlanta-based companies, law firms and financial institutions earned a perfect score on a new ranking of how they approach LGBT policies, employees and customers.
House Speaker David Ralston sent a loud message to backers of anti-gay “religious freedom” proposals: Leave it to the feds and avoid a fourth year of contentious debate over the legislation.
Supporters of Lost N Found Youth celebrated the non-profit that cares for homeless LGBT youth on Saturday as they raised bucks to support it.
With a cast that's a mashup of camp and drag favorites from gay Atlanta, five veteran performers pull it all together for a show that's bringing a new flavor to Sunday nights.
Grady Memorial Hospital, which sits in a region facing high rates of HIV, is receiving $100,000 to fund two patient navigators to help people with HIV who have fallen out of care get looped back into treatment.
With an interactive art exhibit, moving performances and plenty of hors d’oeuvres, Georgia Equality commemorated World AIDS Day with an event that also raised funds to support the group’s HIV policy work.
Mayor Kasim Reed tapped a 20-year veteran of the Atlanta Police Department to become its next chief, pledging that he and the agency's new leader will continue working closely with the city's LGBT residents.
If you’re down for the holidays, or even if you’re not, it’s on in gay Atlanta. Start the deluge of concerts and plays, plus holiday-amped versions of all the other local LGBT events you love.
The Metro Atlanta Chamber – a business group influential in fighting anti-gay “religious freedom” legislation – offered a bit of advice to Georgia lawmakers: Don’t even bother with it in 2017.
With drag queens and DJs, Jungle tapped into the glory days of 24-hour dance club Backstreet with a reunion party to remember the one-time mainstay of gay Atlanta nightlife.
Rafer Johnson campaigned for the creation of the new City of South Fulton. Now, the gay civic activist and Delta flight attendant wants to be its first mayor.
The gay-owned restaurant with the bestest brunch who plays host to reality TV vixens as easily as it does a governor is growing more than your waistline. Radial Cafe is expanding to a second location.
Atlanta Pride responded to the presidential election by 'redoubling our efforts for justice' and pledging $10,000 in grants to support LGBT people of color, immigrants, Muslims and other marginalized groups.
Heretic delivered again on its annual promise to rock your holiday, bringing in DJ Deanne for its annual Thanksgiving Eve party with a purpose.
A metro Atlanta member of Congress who has opposed LGBT equality efforts every chance he's had during his political career has been tapped as President-elect Donald Trump's choice to head the U.S. Department of Health & Human Servic...
In 2014, transgender activists held a series of town hall meetings at the Philip Rush Center to determine how the community should respond to the housing needs of trans and gender nonconforming individuals.