an online magazine covering queer nightlife, art, and culture in atlanta and greater southeast.
An essay on gender, privilege, and identity by Jesse Rice-Evans.
WUSSY is proud to present a poem by North Carolina queer, Thomas Young.
WUSSY is proud to present two poems by Atlanta writer Liz Clayton Scofield.
This is not the time for navel-gazing poetry, but a time of words of power, a time for loud voices and full hearts.
WUSSY peers into the husk of flesh that was your heart to match you up with your true love in Daddy Astrology: Valentine’s Day Edition
How one queer's struggle with frozen pizza-flavored food reflects the greater American struggle in 2017.
New guest post from Milo Sloppibottomous, the alt-right’s “3rd most dangerous faggot,” and founder of Power Bottoms for Trump.
Many of us wrongly felt that the pizza roll was the perfect embodiment of the queer identity at this important juncture in history.
A holiday slice of life piece by Farrah Awry Irises.
Gato Beaumont is a native Texan poet and romantic who somehow ended up passionlessly studying engineering at Georgia Tech and falling in love with Atlanta.
Every trans person you know needs support in this very second.
Extreme PDA, Exhibitionism, or crossing the lines of consent?
Man buns follow a long trend of feminine styles and products that are given masculine adjectives to sell to the male populace.
Democrats donating to this GOP office aren't supporting an American political party. Call them what they are.
Peace of mind and security are not mutually exclusive but one in the same.
Now accepting written and visual submissions for online publication!
A story about HIV stigma and one queer's second coming out.
Kia Sedona recounts one afternoon with fellow Guntie, Toyota Mistubishi.
Guyliner? Manbuns? Go fuck yourself. Next.
Atlanta writer and Latinx queer, Kenneth Figueroa discusses finding solace in identity in the wake of tragedy.
Somewhere out there, an endless kind of bliss is waiting to claim you.
Wussy contributor, Stevie King, on finding body empowerment through a genderless identity.
Words are elusive, but still I grasp at them. Like my pain, they will be neither clear nor coherent.
Contributor Ryder McEntyre on the politicization of tragedy and national discourse over the Pulse Orlando massacre.
WUSSY's Writing Editor responds to the recent and unapologetic discrimination within our own community.
I have flowers between my legs, bb doll*~
McEntyre combines his skills as a poet and graphic designer to create what he calls "visual poetry".
Joseph Goosey creates wonderfully small and intimate worlds with pizza heiresses, witches, elephants and cats. Get into it.
One queer's story of coming out to her mother.
Investigate missed connections in this fiction piece by Rebecca Shepard
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