Thursday: Eight gay things to do tonight

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SCREEN QUEENS: YouthPride hosts Screen on the Queen tonight featuring “Catwoman.” Join the group for LGBT youth ages 13 to 24 at their DeKalb Avenue offices at 6:30 p.m.

imagePINK PEACH: The Atlanta Film Festival continues its offerings of LGBT films this week. On tap tonight is the Pink Peach Party at Blake’s at 5 p.m. Then it’s the screening of “The New Twenty,” the story of the bond between five friends who attended a small liberal arts college together. Midtown Art Cinema, 9:15 p.m.

QUEER RADICALS: SONG, the Southern queer group that supports organizing across race, gender, culture and sexuality, gathers at Charis Books & More to discuss strategies for surviving and thriving collectively. The event also marks the release of the new issue of Left Turn Magazine, which takes on queer radicalism. 7 p.m.

GAY OUTREACH: AID Atlanta explores the impact of the media on HIV/AIDS with a discussion tonight. The event is part of the non-profit’s outreach efforts for gay men. That’s Entertainment? HIV/AIDS in Modern Media continues with sessions in May and June. 7 p.m.

GAY LAUGHS: The Atlanta Pride Committee has partnered with Laughing Skull Comedy Lounge for a Thursday evening that should make you laugh and benefit Pride. Here’s how it works: By a $15 or $18 ticket to the 8 p.m. or 10 p.m. show at the comedy lounge, use “pride” as the promotion code and Pride receives $5. Pretty simple.

HYDRATE: With music by Gunter, Hydrate Thursdays continues its successful run at the W Midtown’s Living Room. The evening is brought to you by the same guys behind Social Tuesdays. 9 p.m.

COCKTAILS: Thursday Night Cocktail continues its fun evening of cocktails and conversation inside the downstairs bar at Trois. The drinks start pouring at 9 p.m. On tap tonight is a special appearance by gay actor and comic Leslie Jordan. 10 p.m.

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