Preserving cultural and landmark locations important to Gay Georgia
Our mission is to maintain safe locations for the LGBTQ community free from persecution and discrimination
We are a diverse – but unified – group of citizens committed to ensuring our state continues to reflect and honor decades of progress made by LGBTQ Georgians.
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News updates about our Community
Mauro Padovani, 46, and his husband Tom Freeman, 59, say that they were attacked last Monday near their home in a town outside Ghent. Mauro is Italian and Tom is American, but he was born in Belgium. They met 12 years ago and got married...Read More
Christine Hallquist has defeated three other Vermont Democrats in Tuesday's primary to become the first transgender candidate to win a major political party's nomination for governor. Hallquist, 62, is being supported by The Victory Fund...Read More
We would like to bring something to everyone's attention. A news story that broke last week Wednesday that to me is a DISGRACE and a STEP BACK for our SAGA LGBT community. Hollywood Police officers raided an adult store and surprise! found some dudes masturbating inside.Read More
One of the many reasons GAGA fights in keeping our gay and gay friendly establishments open is because the reality is, the world is still a dangerous place for LGBT folks. Please help us by signing petition https://bit.ly/2GAgjlk Protect your community, protect yourself.Read More