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Activists, prevention advocates and state agencies came together at the Phillip Rush Center to peel back the layers of how being queer can further victimize LGBT domestic violence victims.
Some 40 people came together on Wednesday in the back of the Rush Center to discuss intimate partner violence, a complicated issue that impacts – and endangers – nearly one in four LGBTQ people.
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A freak virus has debilitated this Emory Healthcare nurse and all-around jock. So friends are raising funds to help him and his husband with medical and living expenses as he fights through his recovery.
Friends of a gay Atlanta nurse, fitness trainer and all-around jock are raising funds to help him as he fights a virus that has caused severe medical problems and left him unable to work.
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A gay couple transformed this Midtown bungalow into a stunning geometric masterpiece. Now they're selling it. Take a peek inside.
Gay Atlantans have some fabulous digs. But there's nice and then there's this: The sweet Midtown digs of a gay couple who renovated their home and are now selling it. For nearly $1 million.
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Friends ask for prayers as drag pioneer, battling cancer for more than a year, nears death in an Atlanta hospice.
Friends are rallying around Atlanta drag pioneer Diamond Lil, whose performances date to the pre-Stonewall era. The legendary queen is suffering from cancer and was recently moved to a hospice.
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Meet the gay former Atlanta man who called out Melania Trump for plagiarism late Monday and sparked a national controversy.
The man who first noticed that Melania Trump plagiarized a portion of her speech at the Republican National Convention, setting off a firestorm, is a gay journalist who once lived and worked in Atlanta.
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Joining Hearts delivered amazing again with its pool party on Saturday in Piedmont Park. And gay Atlanta chronicled every sexy, satisfying and spectacular moment on Instagram. See for yourself.
It wouldn't be summer without Joining Hearts. And it's the #instagay selfies from gay Atlanta that help make the pool party with a purpose so sexy, satisfying and special.
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Two LGBT attorneys in metro Atlanta among nominees for new seats on Georgia Supreme Court at a time when some are calling for justices to "reflect a spectrum of race, gender and sexuality."
At least two LGBT attorneys in metro Atlanta are among the dozens of lawyers and judges nominated for two new seats on the Georgia Supreme Court.
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State judicial watchdogs spanked a North Georgia judge after a heated, vulgar and homophobic exchange with a defendant in which he called the man 'queer' and 'butt boy'.'
A North Georgia judge that called a man 'queer' and mocked him for being a 'butt boy' during a vulgar and homophobic courtroom exchange was publicly spanked by judicial watchdogs for his conduct.
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It's been a tough election cycle for LGBT candidates and gay-friendly ones in metro Atlanta. Voters on Tuesday rejected two LGBT candidates and four others that were endorsed by a statewide gay group.
Two LGBT candidates – one seeking a Fulton judgeship, the other campaigning for a Georgia House seat – lost on Tuesday, as did all six candidates endorsed by the statewide LGBT equality group.
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Alyssa Edwards nailed it for a big crowd during a special performance at Burkharts Pub. Enjoy our pics from Friday's show.
Alyssa Edwards brought her drag to gay Atlanta on Friday when the 'RuPaul's Drag Race' contestant joined the Femme Fatale cast and an overflowing crowd at Burkhart's.
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Joining Hearts does it again! The 29th annual pool party was a sold-out sexy success on Saturday. Enjoy our photos from the fun.
The highlight of gay Atlanta's swimsuit season unfolded on Saturday, filling the Piedmont Park pool with a sea of sexy and a sold-out crowd for a night of music and fireworks.
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A scruffy gay Pokémon Go player gets a little frisky and gropes another player in an Athens park. Police – and one dude's wife – aren't amused.
Pokemon Go may be the new Grindr for the gays. But that doesn't mean you can grope another guy's Poke Balls without asking first – as this gay Georgia man learned on Tuesday.
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A fresh take on LGBT news, events and photos in metro Atlanta.
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The most visited website for gay and lesbian Atlanta offering a fresh take on LGBT news, events and photos.

For gay men, lesbians, transgender people, and all of those that make up our queer village, Project Q Atlanta provides a distinct take on the news, information, events, attitudes — and the juicy dish and buzz — that impact our lives. We combine the authority of traditional journalism with the tone and sensibility of today that makes you feel right at home.

Readers of Southern Voice named us Best Gay Blog in 2009, and we were again named Best Gay Blog in 2010 and 2011 by readers of the GA Voice. Creative Loafing named Project Q Best Sign That Gay Media Is Still Alive in September 2010, and Fenuxe Magazine readers voted us Best LGBT News Source in 2011.

Project Q Atlanta aims to be a major part of your queer media diet by offering breaking news, opinions, fun takes on pop culture and entertainment, an interactive community calendar and event photos for LGBT readers across the metro area and beyond.

And it’s not a one-way affair. We aim to provide an engaging experience that connects and interacts with you. There are stories to tell, and you should participate.

Like the word “queer” itself, Project Q Atlanta is evolved and stands for so much more. It’s a commitment to keep you informed and entertained while you go about living your life.

Project Q Atlanta. It’s gay. It’s today. It’s Atlanta.