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You probably saw more movement on four legs than usual if you happened to drive or walk by Henry’s Midtown Tavern on April 17. The third annual “Canine and Cocktails” fundraiser sponsored by Passion for Paws an...
Hundreds of people attended Georgia Equality's Evening for Equality fundraiser on June 29, 2013, at Twelve Hotel in Atlantic Station — just days over the historic rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court on marriage equality.
The largest event to date, this year's Evening for Equality raised $65,000 that will go toward funding Georgia Equality initiatives including lobbying for workplace non-discrimination, creating safe schools for LGBTQ students, HIV/AIDS advocacy, hate crimes legislation, relationship recognition and more.
The evening honored state Rep. Karla Drenner as the sponsor of Georgia's Fair Employment Practices Act that would protect state employees from being fired based on sexual orientation or gender identity. Receiving awards for their contributions were Anthony Michael Kreis, who received the Allen Thornell Political Advancement Award; The Lloyd Russell Foundation (headed up by Pamm Burdett) with the Phillip Rush Community Builder Award; and Da'zon Dixon Diallo, founder of SisterLove Inc.; with the Champion for Equality award.
Georgia Equality's annual event largest in history
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Hometown favorite Amy Ray, best known as one half of the beloved folk duo Indigo Girls, brought her edgier solo show to the Atlanta Pride stage on Sunday evening.
Backed by the Butchies, Ray rocked through a set that opened with her striking “Rural Faggot” and closed with her mandolin-driven ode to standing up against religious hate, “Let it Ring.”
Ray spoke from the stage about the significance of playing Atlanta Pride and dedicated a song to her partner, Carrie. To hear more from Ray about her experience of coming out personally and in her music career, please read our full interview here.
The annual Southeast Black and Blue weekend is a time for the gay men in the leather community to embrace and celebrate the kink, sex and fetish side of their community. And those competing for Southeast LeatherSIR, Southeast Leatherboy and Mr. Southeast Rubber did not disappoint with fantasy scenes that included BDSM and erotic consensual play.
Winners of the competition held Saturday, Aug. 11, at the Atlanta Eagle, were:
Gentry and Weston
Cole and Bailey
Joining Hearts celebrates 25 years of fundraising
In 2011, we uploaded more than 5,500 photos from dozens of parades, festivals, protests, press conferences and nightlife events. Here's our picks for the best photos of the year.
Players of the Knoxville Woodpeckers softball team put their cleats in with an empty cleat to honor a deceased teammate at the Big Peach Softball tournament hosted by the Hotlanta Softball League. (Photo by Dyana Bagby)
Our 25 best photos of 2011