Farewell show gives Le Sexoflex ‘Happy Ending’

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Is there anything better than a happy ending? No. And while massage therapists can’t officially promise one, Atlanta’s gay inclusive freak nasties of the Le Sexoflex band can. And they delivered it at Saturday’s farewell performance.

The alter egos of the overtly sex-positive band put together one last show for the foreseeable future at the Drunken Unicorn on Saturday. The Happy Ending performance signals that they are hanging up their dildos, Cheetos-encrusted blowjobs, and irreverent humor for the foreseeable future.

The crowd ate up the anything-goes fun during the show. Maybe it was extra raucous because they know that there are no more albums, videos, live shows or insane interviews for the foreseeable future. Maybe it’s because nothing says “so long” and "hey sexy" like vinyl, party rock, skin-tastic dancers, topless drag queens, backup by DJ Homosexual, and people in squirrel costumes.

Photos by Alan Tran Photography


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