an online magazine covering queer nightlife, art, and culture in atlanta and greater southeast.
We spoke with Liliana Bakhtiari, candidate for City Council District 5, about ATL and what we can expect from her campaign.
We spoke with the folks involved in the recent incident at popular Edgewood spot, Cafe + Velo.
It’s not your one-stop shop for black news, but do check in for a corner of black-centric news—preferably of the queer and femme nature.
KSU caused an uproar with the sudden decision to cut the school's African and African Diaspora Studies program.
A word from Associate Editor, Zaida J, on racism and all-too-familiar social narratives.
To kick off the 20 Questions hottie column we have Fort Troff’s first ever trans model, Luke Hudson
We spoke with Hadyn Hilton, owner of the fabulous Java Cats Cafe in Grant Park.
Tent City ATL, a long-standing, sit-in style protest is one of many efforts taking on Turner Field and rapid city development.
Joan P. Garner, beloved LGBTQ leader and activist, passed away at the age of 65 after her prolonged battle with breast cancer.
The forecast calls for golden showers.
All we want is the truth!
We take a deep dive into the queer and inclusive sporting life of the Atlanta Rollergirls.
It’s not your one-stop shop for black news (prioritize black people all the time), but do check in for a corner of black-centric news—preferably of the queer and femme nature.
We've got the rundown on another one of Atlanta's progressive millennial candidates.
This week, Matt discusses the upcoming Atlanta March Against Gentrification and the debut of Podcast of Color!
Check out the list of events happening Morehouse College's annual Pride week, including a Jay Boogie/Cakes da Killa concert.
Local activist, Liliana Bahktiari, announced her campaign run for Atlanta City Council, District 5.
Check out these 6 queer Atlanta artists shaking things up in 2017!
Welcome to Black Friday, y'all!
Like snowflakes, no hole is alike. Join us, as we deep-dive into the 7 most common types of buttholes.
We spoke to queer hip hop icon Mykki Blanco in anticipation of the #StuntQueenTour hitting The Masquerade Saturday, March 18!
WUSSY examines Matthew Terrell's new sculpture, which ironically finds its home at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Because if WUSSY has taught you nothing else, it must be the value of being organized and petty.
Helpful tips and exercises for T-girls on the go!
New year, new daddy!
Deadline for submissions has been extended: January 27th!
Your in-house therapist is back answering your relationship and queer life inquiries.
A reflection on Carrie Fisher's open battle with mental illness and the hope found in sharing common struggles.
2016 was the year of the bad guy. We were traumatized by slick machinations both here at home and at the national level. Let's relive that, shall we?
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