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Join the At­lanta book launch party for Equally Wed co-founder Kirsten Pal­ladino’s “Equally Wed: The Ul­ti­mate Guide to Plan­ning Your LGBTQ+ Wed­ding.” Com­pli­men­tary wine and Sweet­Wa­ter beer, light bites from Ra­dial Café and a flo­ral in­spi­ra­tion by Adap­ta­tion Flo­ral De­sign will be avail­able. Copies Lady Parts Justice League is a coven of hi­lar­i­ous, witty fem­i­nist co­me­di­ans and writ­ers who use hu­mor and pop cul­ture to ex­pose the haters fight­ing against re­pro­duc­tive rights. They be­lieve if there is not laugh­ter, danc­ing and sexy time in your revo­lu­tion, you need to fix it. Hosted by co-founder and “The Daily Show” cre­ator Lizz Win­stead, the com­edy show fea­tures a diver­sity of voices that not only spread the good word on re­pro­duc­tive rights, but also fight sex­ism, racism and ho­mo­pho­bia. 8 p.m., Ter­mi­nal West, 887 W. Ma­ri­etta St. N.W., At­lanta, GA 30318, www.ter­mi­nal­wes­t­ More in­for­ma­tion at www.vagi­calmys­tery­ Stage Door Play­ers’ far­ci­cal “Boe­ing, Boe­ing” has a per­for­mance tonight at 8 p.m., run­ning through June 11, 5339 Cham­blee Dun­woody Road, Dun­woody, GA 30338, www.stage­door­play­ (Pub­lic­ity photo)


The Vir­ginia High­land Sum­mer­fest cel­e­brates 34 years of art, food and fun this week­end, both days 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., 833 Vir­ginia Ave. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30306-3630, www.face­ events/380062989060309


Af­ter 20 years, this is the fi­nal East Point Pos­sums show. Come see the largest number of drag acts in the South­east en­ter­tain­ing you while rais­ing money for Lost-nFound Youth. 7-11 p.m., 2727 E. Point St., East Point, GA 30344, www.face­ Leg­endary Chil­dren’s HOGTIED re­turns to Heretic and your fa­vorite per­form­ers are back for more. Dust off those dog masks and come in your best fetish/ leather/bondage/la­tex gear! This year’s spe­cial guest is Eureka from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” with per­for­mances by Biqtch Pud­din’, Brigitte Bidet, Dad­die Dear­est, Dax Ex­cla­ma­tion Point, El­lisorous Rex, Mys­tery Meat, JayBella Banks and music from Prima Nocta aka King At­las and Robert Ans­ley, 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., 2069 Cheshire Bridge Road, At­lanta, GA 30324, www.face­book. com/events/451276885223117


Kick off the global Pride season by learn­ing about im­por­tant lo­cal LGBT his­tory. Join the LGBT In­sti­tute, Touch­ing Up Our Roots and At­lanta Pride to­day at the Cen­ter for Civil and Hu­man Rights as they board the trol­ley with LGBT friends and al­lies to ex­plore our LGBT his­tory. This two-hour tour, nar­rated by lo­cal LGBT his­to­rian Dave Hay­ward and oth­ers, will of­fer a glimpse into the past while en­joy­ing an af­ter­noon of fun. The tour will be­gin and end at the Cen­ter for Civil and Hu­man Rights. 1 p.m., 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. N.W., At­lanta, GA 30313, www.lgbtin­sti­­tory-tour


In­de­pen­dent Lens/PBS presents a screen­ing of the doc­u­men­tary “Real Boy,” co-spon­sored by CHRIS 180, At­lanta Pride and Out On Film. The film is the com­ing-of-age story of Ben­nett, a trans teenager with dreams of mu­si­cal star­dom. Stick around af­ter the film for a livestream in­ter­view with direc­tor Shaleece Haas and open mic fea­tur­ing tal­ented lo­cal artists, 7 p.m. RSVP here:, par­tic­i­pate in the open mic by reg­is­ter­ing here:, Plaza At­lanta, 1049 Ponce de Leon Ave. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30306, www.face­ events/444034745948529 Trans and Friends is a youth-fo­cused group for trans peo­ple, peo­ple ques­tion­ing their own gen­der and as­pir­ing al­lies, pro­vid­ing a fa­cil­i­tated space to dis­cuss gen­der, rel­e­vant re­sources and ac­tivism around so­cial is­sues. 7-8:30 p.m., Charis Books and More, 1189 Eu­clid Ave. N.E., At­lanta, GA 30307, www.charis­book­sand­ The PFLAG sup­port group for les­bian, gay, bi­sex­ual, trans­gen­der and ques­tion­ing peo­ple and their par­ents and fam­ily meets tonight from 7:30-9 p.m., Uni­tar­ian Univer­sal­ist Con­gre­ga­tion of At­lanta (Room 209/210), 1605

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