Today in Gay Atlanta

Remembering RBG’s LGBTQ Legacy

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the justice with the most pro-LGBTQ voting record in the history of the court, died Friday following a long struggle with cancer. As hundreds of people gathere...

Out On Film Virtually Opens September 24

The 33rd Out on Film Festival, Sept. 24-Oct. 4, will be heavily featured in our Sept. 25 issue, but we wanted to fill you in on opening weekend now so you can plan ahead. Although most of the festival will b...

My Fight for Trans Rights

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans began holding our collective breath in apprehension back in October 8, 2019, when the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) heard oral arguments in three cases —...

The Herstory of ZAMI NOBLA

When Mary Anne Adams, the founding executive director of ZAMI NOBLA (The National Organization for Black Lesbians on Aging), came to Atlanta in 1988, the city’s landscape for Black lesbian women was far differe...

An Overview of Our Origins

Here in Atlanta, our long LGBTQ march to freedom took all the running we could do to stay in one place. Sometimes our natural allies bailed, as in the Judy Collins song, “Send In The Clowns:” Making my en...

Out on Film Announces 2020 Film Festival Lineup

Out on Film presented by WarnerMedia announced the lineup of films and events for the 33rd edition of the Atlanta-based LGBTQIA+ film festival today, its first as an Oscar® qualifying film festival. One of the ...