Google Removes Controversial Conversion Therapy App

After pressure from the public, Google has removed an app that promotes “gay conversion” therapy from its app store, according to Axios. The app from Living Hope Ministries had already been removed from the ...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Jan. 16

1. There's a new dating app for the LGBT community. It's called Winkd, and it works by allowing users to virtually "wink" at others who are in the same location. 2. California drag king Jean Genie must drive...

Navigating gay dating app culture in Atlanta

Lying. Ghosting. Persistent texting. Lack of pictures. Racism (or just preference?). Body shaming. If you use a dating or hookup app like Grindr, Jack’d, Scruff or one of the many others on the market—and if yo...

Work It! Serial entrepreneur Mychel “Snoop” Dillard

It’s hard to imagine that Mychel “Snoop” Dillard is capable of getting the recommended eight hours of nightly sleep with her schedule. The busy Atlanta lesbian entrepreneur is the brain behind two successful bu...

Petition: Shut down the (not-so) Secret app

The popular Secret app is one of the hottest on the market today. Recently, however, the app that allows you to tell your secrets anonymously has been the target of those who say the app encourages a toxic envi...
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Atlanta Pride has an app for that, y’all


Are you ready for Atlanta Pride? Well if you're worried about missing a party or event or fundraiser, the Southeast's largest LGBT Pride fest says, "We've got an app for that."

The new Atlanta Pride app was released Sept. 27 on iTunes and gives user a way to quickly find out up-to-the-minute news, what events are coming up, brief descriptions of these events and even a photo gallery and the ability to upload your own photos to share with others, according to the description on iTunes. Atlanta Pride is Oct. 13-14, so there's plenty of time to find out all it can do for you.

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Business Spotlight: Gayborhood

After producing the Gay Community Yellow Pages in Atlanta and South Florida, Carma Productions recognized that customers are no longer turning just to printed directories to find the businesses and services they need.

But what started as simply an additional product for their existing print advertisers quickly took on a life of its own: Gayborhood, the company’s smart phone app, launched on May 15 and has already been downloaded more than 4,000 times.