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LGBT Atlanta Best Bets for Feb. 24 – Mar. 2

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Ryan Lee: Surrendering secrets

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Gay and 21: A field guide to hatchlings

GA Voice intern Sage NenyueI do not claim to be a doctor; just an observer of phenomenon in the natural world — a cultural researcher. Of my findings, I discovered a state of being that I call “21ism.” It refers to the disease that many youth succumb to upon obtaining “legal” status.

With bars being central to mainstream gay social life, 21ism is easily detectable by doctors and survivors of the age-based plague — which can last from one month, curing itself after a spell of experience, to 10 or 20 years in the less mature. It is highly contagious among 21 year olds, with frequent peaks in 20 year olds, less so in 23-25 year olds.

The following is a list of symptoms to keep on the lookout for: