Jerusalem House, Atlanta’s oldest and largest provider of permanent supportive housing for those living with HIV/AIDS who are homeless or low-income, is hosting The Stars Party and Silent Auction on February 28...
1. Get the tissues ready. It's Valentine's Day, and we've got a 1940s love letter from one gay soldier to another: "We vowed we'd be together again 'back home.'" 2. If your Valentine plans include a date nig...
Gala dinner, silent auction set for May 5 at Hyatt Regency Atlanta
After surviving a stifling childhood where he was teased for being gay and trapped in the closet, Lee Daniels had no desire to bring his fear and insecurity with him to Hollywood.
“My nightmare was being closeted until I was 18,” says Daniels, the Oscar-nominated director of “Precious,” who will be attending the Atlanta HRC Dinner May 14, themed “Our Stories.”
“I was bullied, and I know that feeling of really wanting to kill yourself and feeling alone,” he says. “I don't think that we're doing enough to deal with the kids that are being bullied. I know that we think that we are, but I just don't think we're doing enough.”
Daniels is passionate about creating a less hostile landscape for LGBT youth, even as he credits his rough upbringing with his success as a filmmaker.
And then celebrate more at after party at Bellissima