Ashleigh Atwell

Ashleigh Atwell: Pride, police and #NoJusticeNoPride

When most people get stopped by the police, the protocol is the smile, drum up some witty banter and, possibly, cleavage, so they can go about their business. For them, being pulled over is anywhere from a mino...

Atlanta has its first openly gay police chief

Atlanta Police Chief Erika Shields came out in an interview with Atlanta Magazine. The revelation is part of a profile on the Chief in its June 2017 issue. “In the waning months of a lame duck mayor’s term, ...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Jan. 25

1. "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" is coming to Netflix. The video streaming service will reboot the series with five new cast members, though the show's original creator, David Collins, will be involved. 2...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, June 21

1. “As people milled about not really dancing, the bar’s TVs, which usually play remixes of pop videos, were playing an MSNBC remembrance of Pulse’s dead. The club had turned off Chris Hayes’s voice and instead...

Atlanta Police appoints new LGBT liaison

The Atlanta Police Department announced today the appointment of Officer Eric King as a new LGBT liaison. Officer King joins Senior Patrol Officer Brian Sharp, the other LGBT liaison for the APD. “I am ho...
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Feminist Charis Books & More slammed with anti-gay graffiti

One of the oldest feminist bookstores in the nation was hit with anti-gay graffiti the night it held a standing room only literary event as part of its "Stride into Pride" for Atlanta Pride activities.

Lesbian-owned Charis Books & More, which turns 39 in November and is one of the last remaining feminist bookstores in North America, had anti-gay and anti-women graffiti spray painted on the side of its building Thursday night after a successful literary event, "Stride Into Pride: Atlanta Literary All Star Showcase."

Oh, Midtown Ponce Security Alliance — your hatred of trans prostitutes is so tired

Transgender prostitute gangs continue to take over Midtown in massive packs, scaring children and hissing at parents and other adults, so everyone needs to run to their bunkers and prepare for the apocalypse.

At least that's what the Midtown Ponce Security Alliance would like you to think in its latest missive on the ongoing problem of prostitution in its neighborhoods.