If you are a beginner, you may want to start with the Fall league, which is purportedly more laid back.
Though technically not in the city of Atlanta, the Decatur Women’s Sports League provides competitive sports teams for women including softball, volleyball, tennis and bowling.
Wednesday nights feature karaoke and the bar hosts a comedy show Saturday evenings.
Other popular nights include drag shows featuring the “Lee family” and Friday night old school dance parties for more “mature” lesbians.
S., and there are more and more resources and opportunities for LBT ladies in the “A.” My Sister’s Room is the only lesbian bar in the city of Atlanta and also one of the oldest in the Southeast.
As such, it does its best to partner with diverse promoters to offer a wide variety of theme nights and parties that appeal to lesbians of all ages and musical and cultural tastes.
We are recent Atlanta transplants who actually met at Atlanta’s unofficial meetup for Autostraddle’s International Brunch Day who bonded over the fact that we’ve been exploring the city and its lesbian offerings all by our respective lonesomes.
So we decided to join forces, share our collective knowledge of the city, and co-write this guide.
Their Office of LGBT Life has been around since 1991 and sponsors a number of organizations for undergraduate and graduate students.
Plus, the Center for Women at Emory hosts the following weekly discussion groups: Queer Women, Queer People of Color, and Queer Interfaith.
The Atlanta Xplosion are a women’s professional full contact football team. If being a spectator isn’t your thing, you can get hot and sweaty with the Hotlanta Softball League.