With the regular season in the record books, the gay jocks of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta focused on drag and buns. Oh, and the playoffs that culminate with the crowning of their season champ.
A three-week sprint through the playoffs opened on June 9 at Boulevard Crossing Park and continued on June 16 as the league narrowed its playoff brackets. On June 30, the NFFLA hosts its spring season and consolation championships. Then it’s on to the Closing Party. And these jocks know how to throw a party.
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