Our first annual Health & Fitness issue includes stories of how LGBT Georgians achieved their healthy weight, tips to kick-start a fitness routine, and even our own Dyana Bagby’s take on her first yoga class.

We also look beyond just fitness to offer the Top 10 Health Concerns that lesbians, gay men and transgender people should discuss with their doctors; why mental health matters, too; and how homophobia hurts your health.

The new print edition also includes a look at whether “in your face” activism works in Georgia; coverage of LGBT participation in MLK Jr. Holiday celebrations; and an interview with Jeff Whitty, the gay writer behind the world premiere musical “Bring it On,” a stage version of the popular cheerleading films.

Of course, you also get our “Best Bets” events for the next two weeks; “Outspoken,” the most outrageous recent quotes on LGBT issues; and “Domestically Disturbed,” columnist Topher Payne’s ongoing look at the triumphs and challenges of work, friendship, and gay married life. You won’t want to miss this edition’s installment, where you can find out what his “Crazypants” neighbor did during Snowpocalypse.

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