Ink & Drink shows its tats for gay Atlanta youth

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What’s better than evening cocktails? How about weekend libations while ogling shirtless gay hotties in a celebration of Atlanta body art? Now give the proceeds to Lost N Found Youth, and it's a gay trifecta.

That’s exactly how it went down on Saturday at Burkhart’s. That’s where the first-ever Ink & Drink Fest awarded hot gay men and lesbians (above) who entered their skin to win with a prize for the best body art and tattoo artist.

Ink & Drink was hosted by Nicole Paige Brooks and the judges included gay porn lovebirds about town Charlie Harding and Scotty Rage. The Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence were in the house, and the whole shebang benefited Lost N Found, Atlanta’s LGBT homeless youth project.

When you’re done getting an eyeful here, go scope out the merchandise on our tour of Lost N Found's new thrift store.

Photos by Brian Hughes


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