From Out on Film to Atlanta Pride, plus tons of concerts, plays and TV debuts, fall may be the queerest season of all in LGBT Atlanta. Get the full run down in the new print edition that hits stands today.
Tuesday, Sept. 20, marks a historic day for gay rights in the United States: The military’s discriminatory “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy will finally be repealed. Get the details on two local events — one Monday, one Tuesday — planned to commemorate the milestone, and find out why advocacy groups are still urging gay service members to be cautious in the days ahead.
All inside, you’ll find our coverage of Black Gay Pride and Savannah Pride, plus the latest in not one but two new lawsuits related to the Atlanta police raid on the Eagle. Plus, find out about five gay candidates running for office here in Georgia, two national LGBT medical conferences converging on Atlanta, and the annual Southern Comfort transgender conference.
Of course, you get our “Best Bets” events for the next two weeks; “Outspoken,” the most outrageous recent quotes on LGBT issues; “Domestically Disturbed,” columnist Topher Payne’s ongoing look at the triumphs and challenges of work, friendship, and gay married life; and “That’s What She Said,” our new column by former Q100 radio personality Melissa Carter.
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