After all that grub on Thursday and a Banjee Girl Black Friday, the women of My Sister’s Room were ready for a big gay Thanksgiving Afterparty in East Atlanta. DJ Rapko from Q100 delivered the goods.
MSR welcomed the radio personality on Saturday for a rowdy mix of Hip Hop, Top 40 and more so the lesbians could shake those lady parts into the night. The blowout party also came with a stage show of patron booty shaking hosted by the bar’s owners Chase Daniels and Jami ATL.
No wonder MSR was voted Bestest Place to Meet a Woman in gay Atlanta by Project Q readers.
Photos by Randall Carpenter
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