Despite Atlanta’s reputation as a gay mecca, the organization that bills itself as Georgia’s oldest continuous LGBT group isn’t located in the state capital. Savannah’s First City Network was founded in 1985, and continues to serve the coastal city with a wide variety of services.
Several Atlanta lesbians are forming a new women’s business networking group to fill a void they say exists in the LGBT community.
Rome organizations cater to small community
The Atlanta HRC Dinner Committee celebrates its 23rd dinner this year, and also celebrates winning the national HRC Dinner Committee award for the second year in a row.
For the past five years, a group of LGBT people have been gathering for dinner in and around Macon as a way to socialize in the city about 78 miles south of Atlanta.