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“I’m not as funny as I am a story teller,” gay Atlanta favorite and Emmy winning actor Leslie Jordan says as a preview of his return to a local stage with friend and cohort Del Shores to benefit AID Atlanta.
Georgia's Democratic Party continued its bear hug of the gays, this time urging supporters to stand up against violence aimed at transgender people. And give them money.
What’s better than evening cocktails? How about libations while ogling shirtless hotties in a celebration of body art? Give the proceeds to Lost N Found Youth, and it's a gay trifecta.
Enough already. Bitter divorcee Porsha Stewart flirted with gay stereotypes to open the new season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." Now, she's resorted to calling her ex a queen.
We already love Daniel Radcliffe as one hell of a straight ally. Now as “Kill Your Darlings” comes back to town, we can add his soliloquies on first-time recipient of anal sex to the reasons that we can’t get enough DRad.
Take a bow, Atlanta. You are perfect in putting your progressive attitudes to practice. But Decatur and the rest of Georgia? Shame on you. That's the takeaway from new rankings of cities in the U.S.
Face it. The holidays are here and you're just days away from stuffing yourself with turkey and family drama. So sit back for a moment and let this gay Atlanta singer make it all better.
Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed wants his gay mojo back, or at least wants gay Braves fans to forget what happened last week. So he's hosting LGBT leaders to brag how well the city treats its gays.
Body paint, black light and bare asses came together in an anything-goes mix of boys, babes and beats on Saturday at Jungle during the eighth incarnation of Bedlam’s WackedOut BlackOut.
Atlanta’s annual bike ride for Emory’s HIV vaccine research isn’t until May. But the riders of the AIDS Vaccine 200 are already in gear. They whet appetites for their efforts at a kickoff brunch in Midtown.
Like so many of her “RuPaul’s Drag Race” sisters before her, Season 3 finalist Manila Luzon stormed into gay Atlanta in a torrent of excitement and buzz at Jungle, where she put the “Xtra” in The Other Show XXXL.
Chick-fil-A's chief homophobe Dan Cathy was celebrated as a "champion of equality" on Saturday, but not before Atlanta's Urban League stumbled to explain its choice and attempt to quiet anger over it.
Two men smashed through the front door of gay retailer Boy Next Door early Saturday and stole the store's cash register, clothes and electronics. But the store is fighting back.
An gay executive director’s work is never done. Georgia Equality’s Jeff Graham and Health Initiative’s Linda Ellis rolled up their sleeves to see through an expansion of Atlanta’s LGBT community hub.
Vice President Joe Biden dropped into Atlanta and totally screwed rush hour traffic. While you got stuck on the Downtown Connector, at least one gay guy was hearing Biden's pitch to Democrats.
A dream of opening a thrift store to fund the efforts of a group that cares for gay Atlanta's homeless teens is now reality as organizers throw open the doors of a 13,000-square-foot facility.
Whoa. Just hold on there, celebrity underwear upstart and soccer stud come lately Cristiano Ronaldo. Two can play for gay fans by endorsing a line of skimpy undergear, and David Beckham was here first.
A celebration to remember a popular gay softball player who died is set for Friday. Tyler Shemwell's surprising death prompted an outpouring of support and a YouTube tribute that will make you cry.
Saddle up, gay Atlanta. Just in time, the Gay Agenda calendar swoops in like a boss. Rescue your week from the humdrum like a hero with some LGBT events that redirect the spotlight back on you.
In a tank top showering attention on his biceps or shirtless and showing off that toned hairy chest, Atlanta guy Jared Allman can strike a selfie pose. Sometimes, he even does it in undies with friends.