Queens help queer Atlanta softball jocks get to World Series

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Miss HSL Trixie Van Lear hosted a drag lip sync contest and beer bust to help the Atlanta Chargers get to the Gay Softball World Series. 

Raffles were held and Jell-O shots were had at the event Saturday at Midtown Moon.

The Chargers hope to join 5,000 other players from the U.S. and Canada at the event in Kansas City, Mo., in September.

The Redd Light District and Moonlight Cabaret was on tap later that night at the popular Ansley Square bar.

Photos by Russ Youngblood


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