an online magazine covering queer nightlife, art, and culture in atlanta and greater southeast.
WUSSY spoke to Charlie Xile about his influences and navigating Hip-Hop as a black, queer artist.
WUSSY caught up with "Blood Equality" exhibit by Jordan Eagles, as part of the One in Our Blood initiative.
WUSSY caught up with Atlanta photographer // queer cutie, Jody Fausett!
Because Bi Visibility is important!
WUSSY explores classic novel chick flick adaptations, including Clueless and its adapted source material, Emma, by Jane Austen.
Don't miss Ellisor's conceptual performance piece, On My Mind, at 7 Stages on November 3-5.
A conversation with Robyn Charles, daughter of Ray Charles & star of the stage production His Double Life.
We checked out the opening of Southwest Atlanta's newest DIY art complex, The Bakery.
Don't miss the classic genderbending stage show at Out Front Theatre!
Atlanta based portrait artist Sean Lamont opens up about the struggles of being a trans artist in the South.
Call for Southern Queer artists to showcase your work!
WUSSY caught up with the folks behind the Atlanta LGBT Film and Music Festival to preview this year's fest.
Halloween is for the queers!
An interview with Atlanta's Queer Youth Fest organizer, Haseena Peera.
Check out this Brit-powered electro pop mix by DJ Headmaster!
Don't miss this very special Out on Film screening focusing on The American Music Show!
Check out our top picks for the Out On Film festival starting this week in Atlanta!
Atlanta queens, Abhorra and Biqtch Puddin', announced as contestants on season 2 of Dragula!
Atlanta Zine Fest kicks off this weekend at Murmur in South Downtown Atlanta!
The Lavender Scare will play on Thursday, September 14th at 7pm at Midtown Art Cinema, courtesy of Out on Film and the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival.
WUSSY is proud to present a night dedicated to experimental cinema and all that is queer, southern, and filthy.
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.
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