You glow, girl. MSR’s rowdy 17th anniversary

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Do not ever, repeat, ever let anyone tell you that the lesbians at My Sister’s Room pull punches when it comes to a party. No other gay bar in Atlanta throws caution out the window quite like these unruly ladies.

That goes double for something special like the bar’s 17th anniversary. On Saturday, they celebrated bringing booze and babes together since 1996. To make it really interesting, the Glo Party gave the go-go girls and emcees squirt bottles of neon paint, and turned off the lights. Nature, and quite a bit of raw sexuality, took its course.

Photos by Vandreena Cotton


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