Atlanta

Remembering the Pulse Nightclub Massacre

It’s been nearly three years since 49 people were killed when a gunman opened fire inside of the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Hours after the shooting, LGBTQ communities around the country including in ...

Meet the 2019 Atlanta Parade Grand Marshals

The Atlanta Pride Committee has announced the 2019 Atlanta Parade Grand Marshals. This list is comprised of outstanding individuals and organizations that are recognized by people across Atlanta for their work ...

Mayor Invites Drag Storytime to City Hall

During a time where RuPaul’s Drag Race is taking over the television and drag queens are launching iconic careers, in parts of Georgia, some aren’t too keen at drag queen pop-up appearances. According to the...

Morehouse College to Allow Admission to Trans Students

Morehouse College, the country’s only all-male historically black collage, released a statement on April 13 announcing the approval of a new policy which would allow transgender male students to be considered f...

Woofs Sports Bar Relocating After 17 Years

Atlanta’s only gay sports bar is packing up shop after 17 years on Piedmont Road in Buckhead, heading for a brand new location just a few miles down the road in Midtown. The announcement came after the building...

ATL’s LGBTQ Women of Color Stand Together

Atlanta is home to many things, including a large community of black LGBTQ women. But when it comes to consistent outlets for those women to network and build bridges outside of a nightclub atmosphere, many say...