The intersection of 10th Street and Piedmont Avenue is already nicknamed by some as the Corner of Gay and Lesbian, Where Gay meets Gayer, or Gay Ground Zero. Now an art installation could make Midtown Atlanta’s LGBT epicenter official.
Other cities across the country and around the world have taken a page from the Beatles “Abbey Road” and rainbowed up an iconic crosswalk in the gayborhood. Now Gay Atlanta’s own Robert Sepulveda Jr. is one meeting away with the City of Atlanta from making it a reality here.
The project is near and dear to his heart not just for himself, but for all of Atlanta and its diverse rainbow of fruit flavors, he tells Project Q Atlanta.
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