an online magazine covering queer nightlife, art, and culture in atlanta and greater southeast.
Barry Lee's How Nice exhibit opens Saturday, July 29 at Murmur.
A review of Sofia Coppola's latest film, The Beguiled.
Artsy NOLA magazine Momma Tried on the next phase of their publication!
What happens when you ask drunk drag queens to talk about LGBTQ+ history?
Heads Up, presented by The Lucky Penny's Work Room resident choreographers, premieres this weekend at the Schwartz Center.
Join us Thursday night for the release of our latest queer + southern arts issue!
Our TV idols are dead and our enemies are in power.
Eureka on her surprising RuPaul's Drag Race exit and possible return!
Photographer Mikael Owunna has launched a Kickstarter page to help fund his Limit(less) portrait project of African queers.
Atlanta's DJ Vivid on the on the queer music scene and building an inclusive community.
Queer pop band PWR BTTM is facing accusations of sexual assault and anti-semitism.
Summer’s here, so why waste time being salty?
Perfume Genius performs May 20th at Terminal West. Tickets on sale now!
The supreme Princess Nokia will perform at MJQ on Thursday, May 4th.
Don't miss this one-night exhibit at the Center for Civil and Human Rights on April 25th.
Multimedia artist Danielle Deadwyler exposes black feminist struggles with upcoming performance exhibition.
We review Below Her Mouth, Tumblr's favorite new lesbian movie.
We spoke with gay alt-pop icon SSION in preparation for his Atlanta DJ debut on April 8th!
Zaida J. tackles Dave Chapelle's offensive new Netflix special.
Out on Film teamed up with filmmaker Gerald McCullouch to screen his new documentary about gay strip club, Swinging Richards.
11 local filmmakers get spotlight at Generally Local, Mostly Independent Film Series this Thursday night at Seven Stages.
WUSSY spoke with Bernd Ott and Emily Besa, creators of "All the People", a book exploring gender identity through the lives of 39 different queers.
A new exhibit coming to Murmur examines queer aesthetics and showcases local Southern artists.
Don't miss your favorite queer rappers as The Stunt Queen Tour stops by Drunken Unicorn on March 18th.
What would happen if Netflix rebooted the reality TV classic, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, for actual queer people?
Inspired by Philadelphia's Signs of Solidarity, thirty Atlanta artists dropped signs of love and hope all across the city.
Our Editor-in-Chief breaks down his top 10 favorite films of 2016.
Three of our favorite Queer Atlanta DJs created playlists of their favorite songs of 2016!
Get ready for the BLACK Magic event at 368 Ponce with this Q&A with the artists!
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