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SEX AND WINE: The second annual "Sex, Wine and Chocolate" takes place at Park Tavern at 7 p.m. The event includes queer performers Lakara Foster, burlesque performer Vagina Jenkins and poet Yolo Akilia and raises funds to benefit SPARK and Project South. The groups work on civil rights issues in Georgia. Read more about SPARK.
GAYS FOR OBAMA: Gay and lesbian supporters of Sen. Barack Obama's presidential bid hold a rally and information session at Outwrite Bookstore & Coffeehouse at 7:30 p.m.
PROSPECTIVE PARENTS: YouthPride is hosting an informational session for prospective foster parents and their mentors. The session will also address how to help gay and lesbian youth who have been forced out of their foster home. The 7 p.m. event takes places at YouthPride's offices in Inman Park.
FLAG FOOTBALL: The National Flag Football League of Atlanta continues its fall season with action tonight beginning at 6 p.m. Games take place at the Piedmont Park athletic fields. Can we say eye candy? Speaking of eye candy, there's a photo album from Week 1.
Of course, there's always the Biden-Palin debate at 9 p.m., which should provide no shortage of drinking games when Palin says something nonsensical.
numbers are in for the WNBA season and while they are up year over year, they aren't all that impressive.
The WNBA concluded its 12th regular season with increases in attendance -- including a record-setting 46 sellouts -- a 19% increase in TV ratings, and new records for WNBA.com traffic. In addition, the league formed new marketing partnerships with several leading companies including McDonald's, Kia Motors and Pitney Bowes.
There's more after the jump. • Sen. John McCain delivers a Q&A on the gays.
• ACLU seeks data on spying for 32 groups.
• Tennessee man sues over gay sex sting arrest.
• Melissa Etheridge to marry partner Tammy Lynn Michaels (photo).
• School board in New Mexico tightens review of student publications after yearbook includes photos of lesbian couples.
• Gay Republicans defend Gov. Sarah Palin over her "choice" comment.
• Television's newest lesbian host makes MSNBC look smart.
• Gay civil rights activist Del Martin remembered in ceremony.
• Vatican blocks appointment of gay diplomat.
• Radio honor for anti-gay James Dobson causing uproar.
• Rosie O'Donnell to host "Variety Show."
• Second challenge to Florida gay adoption ban.
You can never get enough of David Beckham. Thankfully, we don't have to try because the soccer stud makes it so easy to keep up with his every move.
The newest buzz around Becks is over images from his 2009 calendar hitting the blogosphere. The 12 photos provide a more gritty Beckham. You know, more gritty than say when he's on a billboard in his briefs. That's a different sort of dirty.
More images from the calendar after the jump. The newest entrant to gay nightlife and networking premiered on Tuesday.
Social Tuesdays, the creation of Chris Coleman and Kurt Edwins, premiered at Geisha House in Atlantic Station last night. The event filled the second floor bar at the upscale locale with a well-coiffed group of mostly gay men for drinks, conversation and networking. It was a little business, a little pleasure and certainly fun.
There's a link to the photo album from the event after the jump. First Annual Best Ball Tournament from the Women's Outdoor Network held late last month.
The event, held Sept. 20 at Brown's Mill Golf Course in Atlanta, helped raised funds for WON, Pets Are Loving Support and the Feminist Women's Heath Center. How much the event raised hasn't been released by WON.
Read the list of winners after the jump. GLBT History Month in October, Project Q Atlanta has partnered with the Equality Forum for a daily dose of our history.
Equality Forum is providing a video clip each day profiling an icon of gay history. The series, which appears on the main page of Project Q Atlanta, starts with Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon.
Read more and watch the video clip after the jump. • Sarah Palin says friend chose to be gay. More on the gay issues in the Palin-Katie Couric interview.
• Teen wins writing contest with piece on her two moms.
• Gays in Vancouver reluctant to report bashings.
• Gay entrepreneur wants to match $500,000 for campaign against Proposition 8 in California.
• Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (photo) vetoes bill honoring slain gay civil rights pioneer Harvey Milk.
• Pittsburgh court hears argument in gay stereotype case.
• Montana former same-sex partner gets parental rights.