Atlanta Sisters do ‘Red’ to raise cash for HIV non-profit

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The drag do-gooders of the Atlanta Sisters slipped into their finest red dresses, invited their friends from the Left Coast and partied with their drag sisters from gay Atlanta on Saturday to raise bucks.

They hosted the return of the Devil Wears Red party, which debuted in January 2012, at Jungle, this year raising funds for Positive Impact's MISTER Center. And raise cash they did: Organizers say the second annual party brought in more than $1,200 for the HIV non-profit.

Ella Mae Swallow (top photo), an Atlanta Sister and organizer of the event, thanked supporters and party-goers on Sunday.

Atlanta you showed me once agin how much you love us. over $1200.00 was raised for M.I.S.T.E.R. THANK YOU !!!!!

What did you miss? Sister Spinna Devinyl from the Portland Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence in the DJ booth and a cast of drag queens that included Ruby Redd, Summer Knight, Myah Ross Monroe, Gia Sunflowers, Trashetta Galore, Marcella Grrleen Redd and River Song-Redd. Check out highlights in the video and photos below that.



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