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Not too long ago, in a town far, far away, armed with only wit (and blueberry almond layer cake), two men waged a battle for acceptance in the minds and hearts of their heterosexual neighbors in suburban Atlanta. The Gaybors are coming! The Gaybors are coming!
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to get as many shirts off as possible at Heretic. Your only tools are your wits, DJ HiFi Sean and the bear-y, hairy magic that is Bearracuda Atlanta.
A dozen guys put their bashfulness aside, swapped their softball uniforms for drag and fought for the Miss HSL title on Saturday. It was exactly the hot mess with a few bare muscled chests you want to see.
If Memorial Day signaled that it was gay-OK to wear white, CHRIS Kids’ Premiere Party ensures that everybody gets the memo. True to form, a wave of white attire flooded Mason Murer Fine Art on Saturday.
In the cutthroat business of reality TV, a seventh season premiere means people are watching. So Friday’s return of local brides and their handlers on TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress Atlanta” is welcome news for the gay-inclusive cast, guests and local fans.
Perennial candidate Timothy Swiney, and his best blue eyes, is back on the ballot and hoping to raise $30,000 in 30 days to fund his quixotic campaign for the Georgia Senate.
How do more than 50 playwrights and 10 directors stage 80 actors in nearly 90 plays during one show? Atlanta finds out this weekend, and we asked our gays to let us in on One Minute Play Festival secrets.
Of all the things you could say about the gay jocks of Hotlanta Softball League – and they’ve heard it all, earned most of it and are proud of it– don’t say that they make beautiful drag queens. They don’t, and you're going to love ...
Todd Glass never stops. The gay comedian, with his newly-released book under his arm, returns to Atlanta to dish his funny quips, hand out grilled cheese sandwiches and otherwise entertain comedy fans.
Summer heats up, and so do the LGBT-ATL events. Get your fill of nightlife, arts, shows and more, then take a breath and come back for more. There's always something going on in the Gay Agenda.
When you spend your workday mixing with hunky guys showing off plenty of abs, you better bring your fitness A-game. But for Matt Colunga-Smith, it's more than a passion. It's a competition.
A 31-year-old man surrendered to Atlanta police on Wednesday, a day after photos were published linking him to a violent confrontation on the Beltline in which he allegedly beat a man while yelling anti-gay slurs.
When hundreds of gay Atlantans descend on Mason Murer for Premiere Party, most of them will do cute crisp cocktail white. But we beg you to make our day and potential photo galleries more memorable with these ideas.
Michael Boggs, once a bigoted south Georgia lawmaker now up for a federal judgeship, says he's really sorry about banning gay marriage and isn't sure why he touted his anti-gay marriage stance in a campaign.
A fight fueled by gay marriage and inflamed by a Georgia pastor is threatening to widen a schism in the United Methodist Church that may take center stage during a conference in Athens next week.
Playwright and director DMW Greer always envisioned his gays-in-the-military play “Burning Blue” as a film, yet he had no idea it would take two decades. On Friday, “Burning Blue” hits Atlanta.
A 25-year-old man was attacked, punched and called anti-gay slurs during a confrontation as he cycled on the Atlanta BeltLine's Eastside Trail, leaving him bloodied and needing stitches.
Kandi Burruss is getting married, so of course the "Housewives" star turns to the gays. But the designer crafting her gown is talking enough lace, feathers and silk mesh to turn Burruss into a drag queen.
Yes, it’s official. But that’s not why we’re especially excited for LGBT Pride Month. Gay Atlanta hits June running with Stonewall commemorations and celebrations to last you until the Pride festival in October.
A man who jumped to his death from a busy Atlanta overpass on Monday may have been a gay pageant director arrested last year for allegedly stealing money from a longtime friend.