Atlanta Sisters dress red to party with a purpose

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A sea of men, and even a few women, donned their best red dresses and joined the drag do-gooders of the Atlanta Sisters to dress up for charity on Saturday.

The sea of red raised funds for the MISTER Center at Positive Impact. The center is a drop-in program that provides HIV and STD services to gay Atlanta men.

“Masquerade en Rouge” at Amsterdam also included songs and aerial aerobics from gay singer Norwood, along with music from DJ Freeballin'. The evening marked the third year for the event, which was held at Jungle in 2013.


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