Darian Aaron Makes History as First African American Editor of The Georgia Voice

Writer Darian Aaron is making history by becoming the first African-American editor of The Georgia Voice: The Premier Source for LGBT people in Georgia. Aaron is probably best known for his wildely popular blog Living Out Loud with Darian Aaron which ran until 2010. 

The 35-year-old gained national prominence with Living Out Loud, becoming a leading voice on black LGBT issues and earning Best LGBT Blog from the Black Weblog Awards in 2008. His blogging efforts expanded into videos with a YouTube channel. Aaron has toured as a dancer for numerous celebrities, stage actor, journalist, and LGBT Activist.

Message from Darian on his new position:

    I’m excited to announce that I’ve accepted a new position as Editor of The Georgia Voice! I will be relocating back to Atlanta next month to begin working with one of the most talented and supportive team of media professionals dedicated to covering stories of local and national importance to Georgia’s LGBT communities. I’m humbled by their faith in my ability and eager to build upon the success of my predecessor Dyana Bagby.

    With this new role, I will become the first African-American editor of The Georgia Voice and the face of the publication. It is a responsibility that I do not take lightly. I look forward to returning home to help tell the stories of one of the most vibrant and diverse LGBT communities in the nation.

We look forward to seeing what he brings to the Georgia Voice and we wish him the best.