Carson Kressley, Greg Louganis and Miss America 2019 Nia Franklin were but a few of the big names to attend Esera Tuaolo's 2nd Annual Super Bowl Inclusion Party.
The event Tuesday at Buckhead Theatre also featured Raja and Brooke Lynn Hytes from "RuPaul's Drag Race," singer Shawn Hook and DJs Ryan Kenney, Lissa Monet and Tiedye.
It was a benefit for Tuaolo's nonprofit Hate Is Wrong, which champions diversity in sports and fights bullying among youth.
Tuaolo hosted a Super Bowl Inclusion Panel earlier in the day at the Center for Civil and Human Rights as part of his annual LGBTQ Super Bowl events.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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