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A Cobb County lawmaker who trolls LGBT people as 'pansies' and calls the work of gay artists 'sickening' now has a new target – LGBT students at Kennesaw State University.
The Ku Klux Klan targeted transgender people in fliers littering a metro Atlanta neighborhood, calling them 'freaks,' an 'abomination' and saying they threaten the safety of bathrooms.
Sam Olens, the controversial pick for president of Kennesaw State University, dismissed criticism of his anti-LGBT record as Georgia's attorney general, but pledged to meet with LGBT students to discuss their concerns.
Georgia’s strict voter ID laws could impact at least 11,500 transgender voters, so LGBT advocates are warning trans voters on how to prepare for confusion or transphobia at the polls ahead of Election Day on Nov. 8.
Gay Atlanta men who PrEP and sex can help a study that's investigating a promising new HIV drug that could eventually be PrEP 2.0 – a daily HIV prevention regimen with fewer side effects.
When it comes to LGBT equality efforts, the City of Atlanta is an overachiever. That's the takeaway from a new report on its LGBT equality efforts. The rest of Georgia? Not so much.
Hundreds of black gay men dressed in their Harlem Renaissance best on Saturday to honor LGBT activists and celebrate their achievements during the 5th Annual Gentlemen’s Ball.
Thousands of runners, walkers and joggers enjoyed a beautiful fall day in Piedmont Park to raise funds for the fight against HIV during the 26th Annual AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run.
The buildings that house the Atlanta Eagle and its long dormant neighbor have been sold. But rest easy, leather daddies. The future of the popular bar is secure – for at least three more years.
Burkhart's always adds a touch of 'RuPaul's Drag Race' flavor to its show lineups. But for Pride, the bar boosted its stellar local cast with some special 'Drag Race' guest stars.
Dykes took over Atlanta Pride on Saturday afternoon, marching in the streets around Piedmont Park for empowerment, equality and a show of force.
When thousands of people step off for the AIDS Walk Atlanta & 5K Run on Sunday, they'll be joined by Tori Cooper – an HIV educator who this year became the Walk's first-ever transgender ambassador.
Blake's sits at the epicenter of gay Atlanta during Pride, a few feet from Piedmont Park, so you just know that the weekend celebration is going to be great.
Ten Atlanta threw open its doors at the intersection of 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue for a weekend-long Pride celebration with DJs, drag queens and dancers on boxes.
The boys that bring a sizzling Peach Party to gay Atlanta each June and late-night fun with Xion every weekend also know how to party hard for Pride.
Pride may be over, but LGBT Atlanta events just keep rolling. From art openings to galas, from a sex conference to fall sports, find and bite off the piece of gay Atlanta that suits you best.
It's the people that make Atlanta Pride so special. From the opening celebration to the closing party, thousands of people celebrate at brunch, in Piedmont Park and along the parade route in Midtown.
Mayor Kasim Reed and several candidates hoping to replace him at City Hall next year took part in the Atlanta Pride parade on Sunday, along with several city council members and top Georgia Democrats.
A contingent of LGBT police officers and firefighters took part in the Atlanta Pride parade on Sunday, dishing out swag and receiving loud cheers along the route.
The strippers of Swinging Richards sexed up the Atlanta Pride parade on Sunday, playing cowboys in little more than hats and well-placed bandanas.