an online magazine covering queer nightlife, art, and culture in atlanta and greater southeast.
What's in a name?
For everything the internet has given to queer people, it has also challenged us—our histories, our communities, our sense of self.
Looking back on a year full of triumphs, loss, drag queens, and mostly garbage.
Ten creative ATLiens we've got our eyeballs on this year.
Our totally unqualified, unsolicited list for the Best Films of 2017!
A brief rundown on one of the most important queer political leaders in America's herstory.
Just in case you don't get those cha-cha heels!
We need our allies to continue speaking up and speaking loud.
With recent political victories of queer candidates Danica Roem and Andrea Jenkins, WUSSY is here to provide context + a breakdown of our queer political herstory.
There’s no reason the turkey should be the only one getting stuffed this Thanksgiving!
WUSSY's weekly event roundup of lgbtq Atlanta happenings!
Check out The Torch Passer Tee Project!
Lauren Sander will display her latest collection of androgynous fashions on December 2nd at Track One in Nashville.
Get to know the important work of Miss Major Griffin Gracy - transgender activist and Stonewall veteran.
Interviews with Southern folks who know a thing or two about queer parenting.
What is a religious queer to do?
A look at the opening of Savannah's new LGBT Health and Community Center and the services offered.
Wussy spoke to blogger & feminist activist Aya Chebbi on community, liberation, and mobilizing in Trump's America.
A brief history on the lack of intersectional activism in early gay liberation movements in Southwest Virginia.
Check out our list of Pride weekend recommendations inside and outside of Piedmont Park!
Resilience and Queer DIY spaces in a Georgia college town.
Writer Alex Franco dissects what it's like to be a southern queer abroad, with his recent move to Israel.
We need to talk about the big B in LGBTQ+
We visited Nashville's Church Street Block Party which featured big queer names like Bob the Drag Queen, Alex Newell, and Mykki Blanco.
Little Trouble gave us a sneak-peek of some dishes that haven’t hit the menu yet, as well as Chef James Murphy’s newly refined twists on LT classics.
After thirteen years of business, Jungle is being forced to close up shop.
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