The New Face of Atlanta Pride Committee

Jamie with husband Max Green and son.

The Atlanta Pride Committee is proud to announce their new Executive Director, Jamie Fergerson. Jamie will take over for longtime Director Buck Cooke, who is departing from Pride in favor of a move to London in July. Fergerson will bring a multitude of experience to the role as Executive Director. She has served as a volunteer with Pride for over ... Read More »

Action Cycling/AV200 Rides Past $2 Million With Continued Fundraising


Due to more than a whopping $235,000 being raised in the 13th ride of the Action Cycling Atlanta AIDS Vaccine 200, the organization has extended its astounding fundraising efforts through June 30th. Action Cycling Atlanta (www.ActionCycling.org), an all-volunteer philanthropy, will be disbursing continued raised funds to recipients at a rewarding ceremony held later this summer. The 200-mile bike ride helped ... Read More »

RHU-Paul’s Orange Tic Tac


Every year the competition really heats up on RPDR, and the final contestants are given an opportunity to sit and enjoy “a meal” with RuPaul herself. It’s a chance for them to have a private conversation (on camera) and open up even further to each other, and the TV audience. Each queen relishes the stomach filling sensation of a full ... Read More »

Lisa Lampanelli: Fat Girl Interrupted


By Gregg Wynn Lisa loves fags. Comedy’s “Loveable Queen of Mean” also adores lesbos, queers, straighties, gooks, spics, heebs, cripples, and a few other types that we’re not going to print. She skewers them all equally. Since the ’90s, Lisa Lampanelli has been heaping both affection and affliction upon audiences all across North America. On May 30, the laughster brings ... Read More »

The Word of Reba


Country icon on attending her first gay wedding, the ‘practicality’ of LGBT rights and being a proud redhead. By Chris Azzopardi Even by phone, Reba McEntire makes you feel right at home. “Thanks for the visit; I’ve enjoyed visitin’ with you!” the singer drawls, wrapping up our conversation as if I’d just stopped by for buttered grits and a cup ... Read More »

Big Peach Tournament: The Games, The Eats, The Parties


Atlanta has been home base to an annual GLBT softball tournament for 30 years. In the beginning, it was called the Armory Classic. “It began as many of these tournaments have, being sponsored by one club/bar as an invitational for other teams throughout the country,” explains long-time HSL member and famed Atlanta personality, Bubba D. Licious. “Around the time that ... Read More »

AARFstravaganza: Armorettes Show Pet Love


By Jonathan Bugg   Having grown up in Stone Mountain, I know very well the bucolic beauty and graceful curves of the State Park. Every year numerous festivals, concerts, and of course the all important “Laser Show” keeps people coming back for more. This year from 7:30 – 10:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 6, there is going to be an ... Read More »

Life, Lesbians and the Pursuit of Hotness


Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara talk making out, gay cred and a ‘liberating’ summer of lady-led films By Chris Azzopardi   Legally… lesbian? Well, not exactly. To the delight of their queer-lady fans, Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara may kiss up on each other, but it’s all just part of their Hot Pursuit. In the film, Witherspoon portrays Officer Cooper, ... Read More »

2015 Men of David: Inside The Main Event


You’ve selected your finalists online, and since that moment the top ten have been diligently fundraising for AID Atlanta. Now it’s time for the winner to be determined by you. On Saturday, May 9 at Jungle, the crown will be passed to the next Men of David champion. The finalist with the most funds raised will win this coveted title ... Read More »

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