Flint Dollar, the gay band director and music teacher who was fired from a Catholic prep school in Macon in May because he planned to marry his partner, has filed a gender discrimination claim against his forme...
In the uproar that followed the move by Mount de Sales Academy, a Catholic prep school in Macon, to fire gay band director and music teacher Flint Dollar last month due to his plans to marry his partner, one wo...
New details have emerged in the case of Flint Dollar, the gay band director and music teacher who was fired from Macon's Mount de Sales Academy for planning to marry his partner. Dollar reveals that he notified...
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Would you watch reality TV about Atlanta activists?
Re: “Taking a peek into black gay Atlanta” (March 9)
"Instead of a reality TV show spotlighting gay people in Atlanta obsessed with their egos, their nightclubs, their bling, their Mercedes and their own self-adulating, lip-glossed fabulousness, how about a reality TV show about gay people in Atlanta who are working for nondiscrimination, who are working for marriage equality, who are serving in the military, who are serving the HIV/AIDS population, who are gentrifying and renovating the run-down neighborhoods, and oh, can’t forget, who are running the gay media? I’d be a lot more interested in that show."
Gay customers at a new Macon, Ga., club said they were not allowed entrance because the owner was catering to a straight crowd and did not want people who "act gay" to scare others off.
According to a Saturday late report by WGXA-TV in Macon, the new club, Club Element, held its grand opening on Friday, March 4. The club on Cherry Street was formerly Synergy, a gay club.
On opening night, customers said they were turned away because they were gay.
"One of the bouncers pulled us out of the line and to the side and said this a straight club now and you aren’t allowed to act gay when you are in there," Colby Cain, a former Synergy customer, told WGXA-TV.