From caped crusaders to muscular warriors, athletic jocks, cowboys and masked men, gays in Atlanta and Houston partied for days to celebrate a sizzling sexy Halloween.
So we carefully examined our hunky Halloween collection of hundreds of images to bring you the very best from celebrations across two cities – F Bar, Neon Boots, Eagle and the Outdoor Block Party on Pacific Street in Houston, along with Jerusalem House, Gentleman's Ball, Jungle, Eagle, Blake's, Burkhart's, Ten and Heretic in Atlanta. Enjoy this special edition of the Morning Fix.
Need more Halloween hunks? You know you do, so check out our offerings from 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011.
Photos by Laura Baccus, Matt Hennie, Brian Hughes, Rob Martinez, Paul Stricklin and Russ Youngblood
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