The Kennesaw Pride Alliance held its annual campus drag show Thursday to raise money for Pets Are Loving Support, give some students a chance to show off in the spotlight, and to throw down a riotous good time.
The KSU Student Center doesn’t get quite this gay but once a year. Amateur kings and queens twirled, shook their moneymakers and got down and dirty with audience members for tips to support the cause, and the crowd ate it up while enjoying raffles for prizes as well.
Photos by Sher Pruitt
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