Friday is so gay that it has to change outfits four times and gather its own host committee for brie and infighting before you get to enjoy all the many-splendored events.
• So many transgender happenings, it’s too bad it comes only once a year: Southern Comfort Conference @ Crown Rivinia Hotel. 9 a.m.
• Doff that suit or skirt and end the workweek and the month with 4th Friday Networking with Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce @ Vinocity. 5:30 p.m.
• You’ve heard about Adam Brackman’s fundraisers for his City Council race. This is the uber-gay one. Amsterdam. 6 p.m.
• Hit the diamond for softball with Decatur Women’s Sports League (photo). 6 p.m.
• ‘Who’s Your Mama?’ investigates how female-led, non-traditional families rule the world. Yvonne Bynoe, Kim Green & Asata Reid @ Charis. 7 p.m.
• What do you call your Friday? Aqua, Retro, Fresh, Fierce? … Find your own adjectives on our full nightlife calendar.
View the full list of gay things to do today on Project Q Atlanta’s interactive community calendar. You can also submit your events.
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