Ryan Lee

Ryan Lee: Entering ‘the Life,’ after death

While waves of celebrity deaths have washed across Hollywood the past few years, a new trend involving the bygone rich-and-famous has emerged at the dawn of 2018: gay ghosts. The surviving peers of deceased sta...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, May 3

1. A major win for same-sex couples in Hong Kong this week. Justice Anderson Chow Ka-ming ruled that the husband of a gay civil servant who married overseas where same-sex marriage is legal should be entitled t...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Nov. 7

1. Meet the man who could become the first openly gay Latino in Congress. 2. Gay election guru Nate Silver dropped an F-bomb on Twitter Saturday following a HuffPo article criticizing his prediction model. M...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, July 8

1. “It is possible to be a faithful Christian who loves God and loves the scriptures and at the same time to believe that the handful of verses on same-sex intimacy are like the hundreds of passages accepting a...
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Atlanta’s ‘Legendary Children’ come out to play

(Photo of Cayenne Rouge by Jon Dean)

When it comes to the art of drag, Atlanta is home to numerous styles, families and expressions. But in just the past year or so, a new drag scene is emerging in the city — from The Other Show at Jungle to Gurlfrandz at Mary's to Tossed Salad at Noni's. Some queens read poetry at performances, others sing live. Edgy, raunchy, creative, artistic – those are some of the words fans of this revival of sorts are giving to what they are seeing on stages in Atlanta's gay, and not-so-gay, venues.