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There’s just something about Atlanta Pride Weekend that draws out the bodies and presses them together more than any other event. Take Saturday at Jungle, where people and Pride packed the place.
It's just not Atlanta Pride if you don't jumpstart the weekend of rainbow celebrations with the kickoff party at the Georgia Aquarium. So thousands did just that on Friday.
The fierce attitude and determination of Brooklyn queen Aja was on full tilt Friday as a two-night stint with the former “RuPaul’s Drag Race” queen helped kick off Pride in Atlanta at Burkhart’s.
The only thing that could make Hump Day in Atlanta even humpier is an appearance by Boomer Banks. The porn favorite shook his moneymaker for the gathered gays on Wednesday at Blake's.
Chances are you’ve already laughed with Randy Rainbow. The comic actor’s satirical song sendups of current events made him a gay YouTube sensation, and he brought the magic to Atlanta on Wednesday.
LGBTQ Atlantans spread some rainbow love on the wall of a Midtown restaurant as part of an installation to show that Atlanta is #StillTooBusyToHate.
A 47-year-old convicted felon that Atlanta police called 'extremely dangerous' was arrested Thursday – just three days after he's accused of sexually harassing and then shooting a man who left a gay bar in Midtown.
Rep. Renitta Shannon – a Democrat from Decatur – publicly came out as bisexual on Tuesday, boosting the number of openly LGBTQ state lawmakers in Georgia to four.
It’s here. You’re queer. Come out to it. The LGBT events for Atlanta Pride Weekend are vast and varied, with a little something for every taste and a lot of somethings to put the gay in your days.
A man was shot twice outside of a Midtown gay bar Monday night after the suspect harassed him and a group of friends, panhandled for money, made sexual advances and ordered them to take off their clothes.
Atlanta’s all-male, all-nude gay bar is always a best bet for fun and frolicking. That explains why there were so many smiling faces when our photographer stopped in on Saturday.
After a long workweek, gay Atlanta knows that a trip to Midtown will cure what ails ya. From afternoon cocktails right through to a favorite drag showcase, your Saturday is complete with a trip to Blake’s.
A steady flow of men ready to let loose builds on Cheshire Bridge Road any given Friday to start the weekend. This time, they also kicked off Atlanta Pride Week with daddies, boys and underwear.
Pour a tall glass of kinkwear by Barking Leather. Mix in the latest styles from Boy Next Door Menswear. Now add a splash of on-the-spot designs and awesome performances for a great cause.
A black-tie gala and awards ceremony honored LGBTQ activists, entertainers and allies of color on Saturday during the 6th Annual Gentlemen's Ball in downtown Atlanta.
Woofs combined college football with a cause on Saturday to raise funds to support For the Kid In All of Us, which is the volunteer non-profit that hosts Backpack in the Park and the big gay holiday fest Toy Party.
You know Pride is around the corner when Atlanta’s LGBT event calendar goes into overdrive. See how many of these socials, shows, shindigs and specials you can fit into your Gay Agenda.
The National Flag Football League of Atlanta wrapped its season in June. But the off-the-field fun for these gay jocks is never in short supply. The league's Fall Margarita Bust on Saturday is just one more example.
Transgender Georgians face discrimination when accessing healthcare, are denied care over their gender identity and sometimes don't seek medical care over concerns about being mistreated, according to a new report detailing the problems and offering ways to address them.
Ten powered on the flat screens and welcomed all for the return of "Will & Grace" on Thursday, hosting a watch party that's been 11 years in the making.