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Chazz recently offered his take on the brutality of the gay Atlanta social scene. In particular, the all too familiar feeling of seeing someone you know in a bar, only to have them ignore you because their friends are around. It sparked controversy and heated denials (and lots of amens).

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A Project Q reader pointed us to the Foursquare page for the popular gay Atlanta bar, where about a week ago, the not-so-generous but ever-so-descriptive posts started appearing on the page. The latest came Wednesday as a "Check-in Special" for "Dealers & Addicts only."

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I must caution our community about its blind support for Alex Wan. In March The Advocate published an op-ed cautioning the city of New York against supporting candidates simply based on their sexual orientation. I encourage everyone to read this, as it is an issue faced by any metropolitan area with a significant LGBTQ population.

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We were worried sick. It was Friday and six of us were dining at Red Snapperon Atlanta's scariest street, Cheshire Bridge Road. Some area residents have been clamoring for months that the road is basically a red-light district spotted with sex shops and clubs. On their behalf, City Councilman Alex Wan introduced two city ordinances earlier this year that would have forced adult businesses on Ches

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Cho was very nice to me; she told me to place her wherever I needed her on the line up…but after the first act, she said she wanted to go next so she could watch the show. She pretty much laughed at all my jokes, called me a “genius” (shut up), and insisted on tying the loose laces on one of my stiletto boots. It was like I was in one of my weird ass dreams, but the good kind.

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Michael Morrison, owner of Inserection on Cheshire Bridge Road, said he is pleased with the council’s vote, but he is not confident something similar won’t come up in the near future if Wan remains on the council. So Morrison plans to run against Wan, the City Council’s only openly gay member, using his own money if nobody else throws their hat in the ring.