Atlanta has one of the largest gay populations in the country — and arguably one of the most politically involved. I think people are vigilant to make sure the city stays the way it is. This was in stark contrast to other parts of the state.
Two weeks ago, people of all colors in the LGBT community came together at the intersection of 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue to celebrate a major civil rights accomplishment. Now an incident at that same intersection is raising concerns over racial attitudes within the community. The sign was no longer there as of Friday morning but it is unclear if it is only posted during working hours.
In the fourth such incident in seven months, a bomb exploded in Atlanta on Friday night, this one injuring at least five people at a gay nightclub and compelling law-enforcement officials to explore whether a serial bomber is at large. As police investigated the bombing at the Otherside Lounge, they found a backpack containing a second bomb in the club's parking lot. Using a robot, the police department's bomb squad detonated the second device without causing additional injuries.
In a decision, the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples may now marry throughout the United States. To celebrate this historic decision, praise and party at the following gay-friendly places. For those in the market for a great big wedding, Swinging Richards is happy to host up to of your favorite guests.
Through this online exhibit, artist collective John Q maps discursive memorials at public sites in Atlanta's queer histories. Taken together, these works demonstrate an intense desire, in the words of art historian Christopher Reed, to leave a "queer mark on the physical environment. Site specific, historically located, and, at times, fleeting interventions represent a move in public and contemporary art practices from permanent sculpture to projects that are temporary and engage the communities in which they are situated.
Our nightlife hit an ecstatic peak in the s, a decade lubricated by the free-flowing cash of the dot-com boom, the flash of the burgeoning hip-hop scene, and the youthful exuberance of the Olympics. Of those years, none, arguably, was better thanwhen you could conceivably hit all of these places in one glorious night. Fate Then, clubs with names like Uranus.
Our Stages Our club features a variety of stages. First, we have a large center stage with incredible viewing from any direction. We feature between one and six dancers on our front stage at anytime for a three song set.
BY Malika Harricharan. Just because you are under 21, doesn't mean there aren't lots of places in the ATL to have some fun and get your groove on. In and around the Atlanta area are fun spots to gather with your gang of pals or linger and meet new friends for a fun evening out.
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By Andrew Collins. In addition to the many bars, lounges, and discos around town, Atlanta has several establishments that cater to guys looking to meet and mess around with other guys. Currently, all of Atlanta gay spas and sex clubs are in Midtown, within an easy drive of local hotels and bars, including several LGBTQ-friendly establishments in the popular Little Five Points neighborhood.