HIV/AIDS Non­profit

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As At­lanta con­fronts one of the most daunt­ing HIV/AIDS land­scapes in the coun­try, Ge­or­gia Voice read­ers know it will take a holis­tic ap­proach to stem­ming the epi­demic, and hon­ored

(pos­i­tiveim­pacthealth­cen­ters.org) as the best HIV/AIDS non­profit. Long known for its fo­cus on the men­tal health and sub­stance abuse as­pects of the epi­demic, Pos­i­tive Im­pact Health Cen­ters has ex­panded its ser­vices to in­clude med­i­cal treat­ment.

Fin­ish­ing in sec­ond and third place, re­spec­tively, were (www.liv­in­groomATL.org) and (www. face­book.com/TheAr­morettes)

ters Pos­i­tive Im­pact Health Cen- LGBT Event Liv­ing Room The Ar­morettes

There’s noth­ing like get­ting day-drunk (www.ou­t­on­film.org) fin­ished sec­ond, just ahead of the (www.east­point­pos­sums.com).

East Point Pos-

There’s just some­thing about see­ing queens and les­bians get com­pet­i­tive, and no sports league fea­tures more comedic fer­vor than the (hot­lanta­soft­ball.org). Over its 36 years of ex­is­tence, HSL has gar­nered a hard-earned rep­u­ta­tion of fea­tur­ing se­ri­ous ball-play­ing on the di-

Hot­lanta Soft­ball League

Ge­or­gia Voice read­ers prob­a­bly named the Ar­morettes’ (thear­morettes.com) best LGBT char­ity ben­e­fit be­cause of the thou­sands of dol­lars it has raised for HIV/AIDS or­ga­ni­za­tions over the years, but also be­cause they en­joy watch­ing the in­evitable as­phalt face­plants that oc­cur when folks sign up for the wardrobe-change-re­lay-race af­ter their third te­quila sun­rise.

Easter Drag Races

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