Atlanta Based Sissies With An Eye On Queer Art and Pop Culture
WUSSY Editor and Queer Atlanta artist, Matt Jones passed away on August 29th.
Catching up with Lexi Laphor aka FEMME as F*CK.
It’s that time of year again!
Gender-nonconforming people are subject to unjust social policing, shaming, staring, and gawking in every public space.
Pride month is as much about celebrating as it is about reflecting on what “gay liberation” means to queer people today.
How about that Masc4Masc mini-challenge tho?
Because sex work is WORK and performance is key!
Anti-queer antagonism can make even the most open public space feel like a battle ground.
It’s a turbulent time to be a sex worker.
Gay nightlife, consent, and supporting events & spaces off the beaten path.
Check out our Rucap of RuPaul’s Drag Race episode 6!
Gentrification, community development, and the demonization of sex work.
The 2-day celebration also includes Wanda Sykes, Tig Notaro, Feroza Syed, Vicki Powell, and more!
With two new albums out in the past year, Shamir has no plans of slowing down.
Artist Meagan Jain hosts a "Sensual Slut" Workshop on April 28th!
An essay on radical self righteousness.
Learning to love can be a continuous unraveling for queer people.
When using any type of dating or social media application, users should apply caution and healthy skepticism.
Interviews and dissections on what it means to be a radical, queer femme.
Pass the tissues—Extreme Makeover: Homo Edition just hit Netflix.
An abridged herstory of Maryam Khatoon Molkara, a devout Muslim trans woman who survived the Iranian Revolution and fought for trans rights.
Victims must be given voice, and more importantly, we must listen.
Celebrate the relationships with womyn in your life with a list of things to do for Galentine's Day in Atlanta!
Phoenix, Brigitte Bidet, Angelica D'Paige, and more have all quit the popular Atlanta drag bar.
Community members calling for a Burkhart's boycott after damning screencaps surfaced on Facebook.
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!
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