Lights out, pants off for WackedOut BlackOut

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There comes a time in every gay party when you either put up or shut up. It’s time to bring the heat, or time to go home. At that point during Jungle’s Wacked Out Blackout, the crowd was more than game.

Saturday’s event marked the return of the popular black light party. The Bedlam crew brought the glow paint, the bar provided the clothes check, and the guests brought the flesh. As the night wore on, more of the latter was revealed until the whole bar was a pants-off dance off.

The crowd also enjoyed a performances by Michael Robinson, Ansley Gwinn, Autumn Hamilton and Biqtch Puddin.

Photos by Laura Baccus Studio


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