From firefighters to caped crusaders and swarthy lumberjacks, gay Atlanta partied hard and mostly shirtless for Halloween. It was a sexy and slutty celebration that lasted for days.
We painstakingly reviewed each and every image to find our favorites from our hunky Halloween collection, including "Fairy Tales & Magic" and costume contests at Blake's, Burkhart's, Heretic and Jungle.
Need more? Check out our Hunks of Halloween from 2012 and 2011. And this sexy boxer. Or this twink in a toga.
Photos by Matt Hennie and Laura Baccus Studio
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