You know there’s going to be trouble of the best kind when Positive Impact’s MISTER Center and the gay male nuns of Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence get together. Make it a block party at Joe’s on Juniper, and we’re all in. So was everyone else.
Guests of the Spring Break-themed event on Saturday afternoon enjoyed EJ Aviance, Mariah Balenciaga, a half-naked shooter boy and DJ Joey rocking the fun, food and fundraising on the popular patio that spilled into its Midtown parking lot. Proceeds benefited MISTER and its gay men's drop-in center as well as the Sisters’ Grant Fund.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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