A Different Kind of Pride

When I first met Paege Turner, one of Atlanta’s most ingenious drag performers, the artist was engaged in a very different type of performance. Actually, the two of us looked quite similar, both sporting greasy...

Not Just Entertainment: Drag as Community Activism

Drag performers have always been mixing art with the cause of creating a better world. Atlanta is, of course, the drag capital of the southeastern United States, with a drag scene that is rivaled only by cit...

So You Want to Be a Better White Ally

As protests have erupted across the nation against police brutality, many white people are coming to the sobering realization that simply not being racist is not enough. In a world ruled by white supremacy, we ...

Award-Winning Activist Outlines a Path to Progression

Bentley Hudgins, 25, is a noteworthy young activist in the Atlanta LGBTQ community. He currently works for the Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, but Hudgins first came to local notice as an organizer for b...

5 LGBTQ things you need to know today, April 18

1. Weibo, the Chinese social media platform, has just reversed its decision to ban all gay content. The service, which is similar to Twitter, initiated a crackdown last Friday to purge their online community. A...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, April 4

1. Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is pleased with how his state's legislature handled the "bathroom bill" this session — in a recent radio interview, he said, "The good news is this: The lost the battl...