Before they hit the diamonds of the ASANA Softball World Series in San Diego, the women of Atlanta’s gay Hotlanta Softball League got wet at a fundraiser for the series at My Sister’s Room.
While HSL’s men beer-bust their way toward the Gay Softball World Series in Minneapolis next month, the lesbians of the league’s Gamma team are partying, too. Their ASANA World Series for women’s teams goes down Aug. 20-25, so a Wet T-shirt & Tighty Whitey Contest was in order Saturday for raising travel funds and raising the roof.
Besides soaking the contestants (photo), My Sister’s Room also let the Gamma players and their guests in on Jell-O shots, a big dance party helmed by DJ Tina V, a performance by Brent Star, and prizes including a seven-day stay in Cozumel, Mexico.
Photos by Loren Hoffmann
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