The weather was hot and so were the looks at Mary’s as the East Atlanta gay bar brought back their Summer Thang Swimsuit Contest.
Ms. Ella/Saurus/Rexxx hosted the event on Friday, which featured a $100 cash prize to the winner.
Up first before the clothes came off was an event to celebrating collaboration between t-shirt brands A Better Buzz and Neon Horror (otherwise known as Q contributing illustrator Brad Gibson).
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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