In this issue, we looked at the fallout from Chick-fil-A’s recent anti-gay controversy and previewed Atlanta’s Black Gay Pride weekend 8/17/12.
It’s Atlanta Pride weekend! Our Pride issue was packed with all the info you needed for Atlanta’s Pride festival in Piedmont Park. Interviews with Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls, Andy Bell of Erasure and a staff-favorite interview with “Uncle Poodle” from the hit TLC show “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.” 10/12/12.
The biggest story of 2012 was almost certainly the battle for the White House. We kicked off 2012 with a preview of the year’s politics and a look at upcoming LGBT issues that will make local and national headlines. 1/6/11.
In this week’s issue, we feature an in-depth interview with the victim of an anti-gay Atlanta assault, Brandon White. Also included, Faith and Religion coverage. 2/17/12.
This week’s issue was all about the nominees and winners of our third annual Best of Atlanta reader survey. 7/6/12
The Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence were named GA Voice’s 2012 “People of the Year” in our last issue of 2012. We looked at the organization and their fundraising efforts. 12/21/12.
In this issue, we profiled three of Atlanta’s young LGBTQ activists from JustUsATL. 4/27/12.
The pressure was on Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed to embrace same-sex marriage equality following President Barack Obama’s “evolution” on the issue. Mayor Reed has since come around on marriage. 3/25/12.
Three local queer artists are featured in this week’s issue with Nikita Gale on the cover. 6/22/12