Lost N Found dons gay apparel for LGBT youth

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A gay gaggle can’t help but gather when it’s time to support Lost N Found Youth. The organization for Atlanta’s homeless LGBT teens put that fact to use on Friday with an event destined to become the newest gay holiday tradition.

The LNF Holiday Party & Art Review brought food and friends together at the Lost N Found Thrift Store. Original art, a silent auction and performances helped the crowd celebrate the season and raise funds.

The art came courtesy Richard Satchell, whose Warhol-esque paintings include portraits of local Atlanta Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. Angelica D’Paige and Ruby Redd (photo, left and center) led a drag lineup, gay singer Norwood performed, and scores of gays filed through to show their support.

Photos by Sher Pruitt


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