5 LGBT things you need to know today, March 17

Meanwhile, in non-HB 757 news… 1. “What happens over those two days could dramatically impact the direction of — not just the presidential campaign — but the entire Republican Party and the country.” Tony Pe...
Ashleigh Atwell

Ashleigh Atwell: Atlanta’s LGBT community is a farce

I’m not a bandwagon writer, so before I sat down to type, I scrolled through a couple of months’ worth of Georgia Voice columnist archives to make sure I wasn’t beating a dead horse. I didn’t find anything. I w...

5 LGBT things you need to know today, Feb. 29

1.Sam Smith's Oscar acceptance speech for 'Best Original Song' is raising quite a few eyebrows and some Twitter shade from Oscar winner Dustin Lance Black: "Hey @SamSmithWorld, if you have no idea who I am, it ...

Darian Aaron: In 2016, resolve to be less racist

I’m outspoken, but not as much as people believe. To be honest, I’m much more comfortable expressing myself through the written word than I am in situations where people have certain expectations about who I am...
Simon Williamson, columnist with Georgia Voice

Simon Williamson: Being polite in shitty company

South Africa, whence I hail, and whence I write this, is a fairly bizarre place. It largely parallels the American South in many key ways, but the repair job is much newer, the anger more raw, and the wounds le...

Submit your New Year’s resolution

Are you making a New Year's resolution? We want to hear from you. Yes, you! Here's your chance to be featured on the pages of Georgia Voice. We're accepting submissions until noon on Jan. 4. Simply submit a hea...

Tending Bar with Atlanta Eagle’s Tony Jackson

Earlier this year, mixologist Tony Jackson walked away with Georgia Voice’s Best of Atlanta award in the Bartender category. Tony has been pouring at the Atlanta Eagle for over eight years now, and has been a w...

PRIDE MAGAZINE salutes local black trans activists

The online LGBT publication PRIDE is recognizing the liberating work of 17 black transgender activists, six of which happen to be Atlanta residents. Raquel Willis, an emerging voice in local trans activism comp...