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We aren't inherently crazier than everyone else, of course, but a disproportionate number struggle. Here's what we face, why, and resources to begin nursing your way out.
DJ Daniel Weaver drove the crowd into Submission on Saturday at the Eagle with his mixture of club, bootleg and dominating sexy beats.
Out actor Grant Chapman chose the right material to make a splash in Atlanta theater. He plays one of the central characters in the currently running epic, Angels in America.
Sen. William Ligon introduced a bill that would allow adoption and foster care agencies to ban LGBT people, making good on his promise to push the legislation after it became embroiled in controversy last year.
LGBTQ civic activists – in the wake of the controversy at Burkhart's over racist social media posts – have responded with a bar and lounge crawl on Saturday celebrating black, LGBTQ-owned businesses.
LGBT-ATL won’t let that gray, blustery winter get you down. There's too many gay events for that. Wrap your lovin’ arms around the Queer Agenda of plays, parties and performances.
LGBT fans of Cowtippers joined with the queens of the Heifer Review on Sunday to close down the popular steak and spirits eatery that's been a staple of Midtown since 1993.
Stacey Abrams delivered a one-two punch to LGBTQ voters on Saturday, first pitching her progressive track record to LGBTQ influencers and then to gay media outlets as the Democrat ramps up her campaign for governor.
The leader of an empowered, body-positive troupe talks about staging dozens of shows a year across Atlanta with thought, humor and a wink behind their sexy tease.
No time for butthurt shouldn’t translate to a complete lack of empathy. This week's Q magazine spotlights uniquely queer challenges and fun as only we know how to have it.
Cowtippers – the iconic and LGBT popular restaurant slated to close on Sunday – is getting a new lease on life. Or at least a two-week reprieve on its death sentence.
Performers who quit Burkhart's made it clear during a public forum they won't return unless the bar is swept clean of owners and managers who they say put in place racist policies and show little appreciation for them.
Burkhart's – the gay Midtown bar embroiled in controversy over racist social media posts – remained closed Saturday after a purported sale did not materialize.
Should you trade marriage for the passion of your once-a-year dalliance? A sure thing for a dream fulfilled? Are you in a rut or afraid to move forward? In both cases, Life Judge knows.
Guy Branum is a force of nature. The “Staff Homosexual” on Cheleea Lately, Natalie Portman’s sassy friend in No Strings Attached, and the host of truTV's "Talk Show The Game Show" hits Atlanta.
The entertainers who perform in the weekly schedule of drag shows at Burkhart's resigned on Thursday, just days after the popular Midtown gay bar became embroiled in controversy over racist social media posts.
Tossed Salad took its fresh mix of queens to My Sister's Room on Sunday for the premiere of the show in its new Midtown home.
With a great new sound from the Great White North, out singer Ria Mae warms a chilly January release season with her 'My Love' EP, including a collaboration with Tegan of Tegan & Sara.
As Burkhart's scrambles to contain a controversy over racist social media posts and a mass resignation of its entertainers, the bar's owners are exploring a potential sale to the former owner of Jungle.
Stacey Abrams – a progressive Democrat running for governor – met with LGBTQ elected officials, activists and influencers on Saturday to talk equality and pitch her campaign to become the state's next leader.