Play the Joining Hearts drinking game with these guys

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There are (at least) 10 things you can count on after three and a half decades of the Joining Hearts pool party fundraiser in Atlanta.

To go with each one of those guaranteed sightings, we selected photos — just like we do everysingleyear. — from our big gay gallery of pics.

As an excuse to look back at the photos, psyche up for the weekend, and create a drinking game for fun, take a shot each time you encounter one of these sure bets during the full weekend of Joining Hearts events.



Trunks Gays

Speedo Queens



Creative Accessories

Tank Tops

Group Looks

Hunk Sandwiches

Joining Hearts pool parties are Saturday, July 17 and Sunday, July 18 at Greystone in Piedmont Park. See the Q Events calendar for more official and unofficial satellite parties all weekend.

This feature also appeared in Q ATLus magazine. Read the full issue here:

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