Whether it's military men, lumberjacks, blue collar hunks or leather daddies, ManShaft knows how to host a fetish party. It delivered again on Saturday at Heretic.
The quarterly party took aim at men in uniform with a military gear theme, which included plenty of camo, fatigues, boots and flight suits.
The special event also provided a trio of DJs – DJ Eric, event founder Diablo Rojo and Neon the Glowgobear. Also on tap were members of the Atlanta Sisters, who were fundraising to support their charity efforts.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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