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Rockin’ Black Gay Pride On Labor Day!

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By Jason Mietelski All right boys: Labor Day is approaching which means our national day of rest is coming up fast and bringing time off work and lots of parties to attend—the best of all happening between Thursday, September 3rd thru Monday, September 7th during Atlanta’s 16th annual Black Gay Pride celebration. This year’s festivities are officially known as Labor ... Read More »

Southern Decadence: Get Decadent on Labor Day

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The 34th Annual Southern Decadence Parade strutted its stuff thru the French Quarter, Sunday, September 2, 2007 as a throng of onlookers watch costumes and fine feathers begin marching in the 1200 block of Royal Street and culminating  with a costume show at the corner of Bourbon and St. Ann Streets.

By Jason Mietelski Labor day is a time for decadence and excess during the “Gay Mardis Gras” in New Orleans—if you’ve experienced the parades, lavish costumes, non-stop 24 hour dancing and partying, and throngs of sweaty men enveloped in primal sexiness, then you know what I’m talking about (and you’re probably headed down to experience Southern Decadence in its entirety ... Read More »

DJ Brandon Moses: The Dreamy Music Muse

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By Dustin Shrader With his affinity for fun, happy and light music, rising Dallas DJ Brandon Moses knows just what to bring to the opening Pride Party at the Georgia Aquarium this year. Bursting onto the DJ scene in 2008, Brandon has made a wanton name for himself playing everywhere in Dallas including the Tin Room and the Drama Room, ... Read More »

Rainbow Crosswalk At 10th & Piedmont Has Been Approved

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It’s official! The corner of 10th & Piedmont is about to get a lot more prideful! The City of Atlanta & The Office of Cultural Affairs approved the The Atlanta Rainbow Crosswalks to be added into the City of Atlanta’s permanent collection of art.  According to the released statement, “The Atlanta Rainbow Crosswalks will be a Public Art Project that symbolizes the ... Read More »

Knotty Notes: Eat It!

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Selecting a suitable menu After reading the article last year about the Indiana restaurant that wouldn’t serve their pizza at a gay wedding, I knew my work was cut out for me. To those I am about to piss off, I apologize in advance. The real problem with that story doesn’t lie with the restaurant, but rather any couple (gay ... Read More »

Knotty Notes: Delivering the Goods

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How to plan your wedding paper products We’ve covered a lot so far, and there is still so much for me to share! I’ve told you that you need to hire a wedding planner, what to look for in a venue, how to establish a solid creative team and what is appropriate attire for your wedding day. Whew, I’m just ... Read More »

Beyond the Pronouns

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Jacob Tobia Shows True Gender Expression By Jason Mietelski Some of us wake up each morning knowing just what we’re going to wear and who we’re going to be. We’re either masculine or feminine, boy or girl. But there are some of us who don’t really fit the mold. Neither boy nor girl. Sometimes we feel like getting glitzed up ... Read More »

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