A new study suggested that lesbian and bisexual women have a higher risk of heart disease due to abuse and trauma, according to Gay Star News. Results found that lesbian and bi women exhibited higher instanc...
MARTA officials announced late Friday its police department had arrested and charged a second person in the attack of two trans women on May 20. Luther L. Thomas Luther L. Thomas was arrested Thursday. F...
One of the most popular traditions at Atlanta Pride is the annual Dyke March, set for the afternoon of Saturday, October 13th.
Long a favorite, the Dyke March is a demonstration of the visibility, the political value, and the passion of dykes and all women-identified women, according to Jamie Green-Fergerson, Atlanta Pride’s board of directors vice chair.
“We are a diverse group of marchers, and we march in solidarity with all those who struggle against sexism, homophobia, racism, xenophobia, classism, ableism, fatphobia, transphobia, ageism, and other forms of marginalization,” she said.
Still thrilled about sitting on your couch and cheering for the women's Olympic basketball team playing in London either on NBC or your laptop?
You now have a chance to put your seats in a stadium see Dream star and Team USA star Angel McCoughtry in person while also supporting LGBT equality as part of the WNBA's Atlanta Dream very first LGBT Pride night on Aug. 30 when the Dream takes on the Washington Mystics at Philips Arena.
The Atlanta Dream wrapped up the WNBA Eastern Conference championships last night with a victory over the New York Liberty, securing a spot in the WNBA Finals for the first time in team history.