LGBTQ Atlanta celebrates Ruby Redd’s 20th dragiversary

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Queer Atlanta came out to honor Ruby Redd as she celebrated 20 years of drag mayhem on Sunday at Midtown Moon.

It was an all-star cast for the super-sized edition of the long-running Heifer Review show.

Autumn Skyy, Myah Ross Monroe, Yasmine Alexander, Tristan Panucci Dupree and Nyx Karres all came out to play.

Redd (top photo right) is always a welcome sight be it at Heifer Review’s former home at the since-closed Cowtippers, the East Point Possums show or at her Redd Light District show on Saturdays at Midtown Moon.

Photos by Russ Bowen-Youngblood


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