Gay jocks press on with their gridiron games

The gay jocks of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta hit the field Saturday for their second round of regular season match ups, delivering some gridiron fun complete with drag queen cheerleaders.    READ MORE »


Kings and queens reign over MSR’s Saturday

While some of your friends are enrapt by an ATL-inclusive "Drag Race" on Logo, a very different and more in-your-face Drag Races are going on at My Sister’s Room. The battle heated up on Saturday.    READ MORE »


Meet the gay Republican running for the Georgia House

A gay Republican and former opera singer hopes to unseat a Democrat incumbent in a district that leans Democratic on his way to becoming the first openly gay man elected to the Georgia House.    READ MORE »

Dirty dozen Atlanta Braves heat up 2014 roster

It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it. As the Atlanta Braves open their season and gay fans steel ourselves for hot jock overload, we hone in on the hottest guys in this season’s lineup.    READ MORE »


Arts fest makes perfect gay day in the park

Like they are wont to do, the good folks at Atlanta Foundation for Public Spaces nailed another event that brings arts and crafts, weekenders and the outdoors together during Spring Festival on Ponce.    READ MORE »


DJ Abel kicks off White Party with an epic Atlanta set

What was so epic about Saturday? Legendary beats, a local hothouse for dancing boys, Atlanta’s “it boy” party promoters and one of the country’s biggest annual gay parties. Just a typical night at Jungle.    READ MORE »

Bucks scrum their way through rugby three way

The Atlanta Bucks hosted a rugby three way on Saturday, hitting a pitch in southeast Atlanta for a round robin tournament with gay squads from Nashville and Charleston.    READ MORE »


Joining Hearts gives cocktail twist to Sunday tea

The drum beat to gay Atlanta's biggest pool party fundraiser continued on Sunday as Change of Seasons drew a crowd to the terrace of a swanky hotel in Midtown.    READ MORE »


AIDS riders toast way toward big gay vaccine ride

Another beautiful Saturday shone on gay Atlanta just in time to raise the roof and some money on a margarita bust and benefit. The riders of the AV200 and their supporters took full advantage at Zocalo.    READ MORE »


Jerusalem House parties with stars to say thanks

Jerusalem House toasted its supporters for 25 years of support with a swanky party and silent auction at the Biltmore in Midtown Atlanta on Thursday.    READ MORE »


Delta chief blasts anti-gay efforts in Georgia

Delta CEO Richard Anderson and other business leaders in Atlanta came out swinging against efforts to pass "social legislation" in Georgia, calling the anti-gay measures harmful to business.    READ MORE »


The 15 best Atlanta chests on Grindr this week

Picking the perfect chests on Grindr is arduous work. But since we provided our picks for the 18 best Atlanta chests, you've asked for more. So we toughed it out to find you more torsos.    READ MORE »


These 5 couples win Big Gay (Il)legal Weddings

What’s more tenacious than a bridezilla at a dress sale? A gay groomzilla in a nationwide contest for a dream wedding. Well, hands at your sides, clamoring gay couples. The results are in.    READ MORE »


Bitter lady really wants Ga. GOP to go anti-gay

The parade of mean lady Republicans in Georgia who want to keep rallying supporters with anti-gay rhetoric is long. (There are men, too.) Yet there's always room for one more. Meet Virginia Galloway.    READ MORE »


Sex doesn’t make this gay comic ‘alternative’

Cameron Esposito is “the future of comedy.” She is a fighter pilot, a vision in denim and whip smart. The lesbian comic brings her hilarious comedy and distinct take on gay culture to Atlanta this weekend.    READ MORE »


Falcons player: OK with gay jock in locker room

Atlanta Falcons linebacker Sean Weatherspoon says he'd be OK with sharing the locker room with gay NFL prospect Michael Sam. He should know; the pair already did it in college.    READ MORE »


The best gay things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Atlanta’s Gay Agenda of LGBT events is always crowded, but this week your social calendar gets extra nuts. Look for special events and annual one-nighters among your sports, shows and soirees.    READ MORE »


Gay Atlanta club damaged in predawn fire

The late-night club where gay pop singers perform and former "RuPaul's Drag Race" queens pack the place was damaged during an early morning fire on Thursday.    READ MORE »


Atlanta cop fired for Eagle raid lies gets job back

A Georgia court ordered Atlanta to rehire Sgt. Willie Adams, one of several police officers fired for lying about their roles in the botched raid of gay Atlanta bar the Eagle.    READ MORE »


Trinity K. Bonet hits ‘RuPaul’s’ bottom – again

Atlanta gal Trinity K. Bonet continued her "RuPaul's Drag Race" roller coaster ride on Monday, sinking to the bottom under the weight of her self pity just a week after such an inspiring performance.    READ MORE »

 
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