The nightlife of the MLK holigay goes late, bares it all and often includes local celebrities. Rockstars Production delivered that and more with its main event at Club Europe.
The gay party promoters topped even their risqué Boyz Gone Wild event (photos) on Jan. 13 with their closing International Male event two days later at the expansive Club Europe. A packed crowd, heavy beats and a trio of well-apportioned dancers and their simulated acrobatic sex acts kept the event going until the early-morning hours.
Who better to keep it all moving? Kandi Burruss (second photo) from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” who was as impressed with the endowments of the dancers as the tip-providing crowd in the VIP area. Actor and director Maurice Jamal (second photo) co-emceed with Burruss.
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Gone-but-not-forgotten icons of the last 20 years as we head into the next. This time, 10 of the many people queer Atlanta lost. READ MORE »
The Victory Fund and Georgia Equality endorsed the re-election campaigns of five LGBTQ state lawmakers, plus a handful of LGBTQ first-time candidates running for the Georgia General Assembly in 2020. READ MORE »
The battle over access for transgender students to school restrooms that match their gender identity reached a federal court in Atlanta on Thursday, with one attorney bemoaning the “profoundly damaging discrimination” faced by trans students. READ MORE »