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What, Is Everyone Starting a Gay Magazine Now?

A new worldly journal. A Moroccan gay rag. And now, entering the once depleted but now suddenly saturated Atlanta gay media scene comes Fenuxe, a new gay glossy from William Duffee-Braun and partner Tyler Caulkins. According to Fenuxe‘s pitch, the magazine “is the rebirth of LGBT media in Atlanta.” That Fenuxe‘s offices are on the same road that Southern Voice was headquartered at shouldn’t, then, be considered an omen.

(In all seriousness, though, this is great. The more gay media readers have to choose from, the better.)