Leather men and tank queens, daddies and doggies, bears and muscles. Everyone is welcome at the Eagle. No surprise its Saturday party was one nation, ‘Indivisible,’ with dancing and Pride for all.
The Saturday Indivisible Party served as the main event of a packed Pride weekend at the club. DJs Pat Scott and Neon the Glowgobear manned the tables, and Barking Leather After Dark provided the wares. The rest was up to a diverse crowd of festive revelers attending for the Eagle’s promise of “a dance floor revolution to make America gay again.”
Pretty sure they succeeded.
Photos by Laura Baccus Studio
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