Atlanta lesbians twist up MSR’s Halloween bash

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The boys by no means have a corner on gay Atlanta’s Halloween costume obsession. If you thought they did, your lesson was waiting when the women hit My Sister’s Room for Twisted Night of Mayhem.

Scary, crazy and anything goes were the only guidelines for the bash. Ladies descended on East Atlanta’s lesbian bar in costumes from funny to topical, from risqué to downright creepy. Even the talented drag kings of Court of Kings upped their masquerade game for the event. Back by popular demand, DJ Rapko kept things moving between the show and a $500 costume contest.

Photos by Laura Baccus Studio


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