When Washington, D.C., based producer and spin master Alex Cohen hits gay Atlanta, he knows we how we like it. He brought his insider knowledge of our dancing queens back to Heretic on Saturday.
Cohen (top photo) whipped up a froth at Heretic back in April. He told us ahead of time that the later it gets, the more Atlanta’s guys want it faster, deeper and harder.
So true. And Cohen proved it again on Saturday. He still knows how to give us exactly what we want, and we have the photos to prove it. Up next at Heretic, things get furry on Jan. 26. That’s when Bearracuda returns with all the hunky hairy hotness you can handle.
Photos by Eric Huminski
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