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New Hair, New You

According to a survey by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS), over 1 in 5 Americans are losing their hair — about 35 million men and 21 million women. Despite being extremely common, h...

Choosing Nutrition over Dieting

The countdown to healthy New Year’s resolutions has begun, and it’s that time of year when we resolve to eat healthier and maybe even try to lose some weight. While making the promise to eat healthier is eas...

A Different Kind of Pride

When I first met Paege Turner, one of Atlanta’s most ingenious drag performers, the artist was engaged in a very different type of performance. Actually, the two of us looked quite similar, both sporting greasy...

The Herstory of ZAMI NOBLA

When Mary Anne Adams, the founding executive director of ZAMI NOBLA (The National Organization for Black Lesbians on Aging), came to Atlanta in 1988, the city’s landscape for Black lesbian women was far differe...

Animal Therapy and the LGBTQ Community

Animals help relieve stress and heal injuries to mental health caused by a discriminatory society. Prejudice takes a toll on the LGBTQ community and our mental health, but dogs, provided one is not allergic ...

Thrift Store Gives Pets a Second Life

Since its inception in 2011, Second Life has been harnessing the power of “resale therapy” to help animals in need. The part-thrift store, part-organization is dedicated to providing grants to local animal resc...

Ways to Say Goodbye

The unconditional love our pets bring into our lives is priceless, but it comes at a cost when their lives reach a bittersweet end. Saying goodbye to your furry companion can be hard, but putting them to rest s...

At Home in the Church

Last November, Lost-n-Found Youth (LNFY), a nonprofit serving homeless LGBTQ teenagers and young adults in Atlanta, announced a partnership with Park Avenue Baptist Church, a congregation rooted in the Grant Pa...

Documenting A Powerful History

Black Lesbian Archives to document,  share the story of black gay women for generations to come.  Ask lesbian activist Patricia McCombs whether she saw women who lived, loved, and most importantly, looked li...