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AID Atlanta hosts discussion on sexual expression

AID Atlanta's Gay Men's Outreach Program will host a discussion tomorrow, July 5, on sexual expression in the gay community from 7 to 9 pm.

Among the topics discussed will be how some sexual styles flourish in mainstream society while others are taboo. The group will also talk about the diverse sexual styles found in the LGBT community.

“Leather? Great. Threesomes? Okay. Roleplay? Sure. Strictly a top? Totally a bottom? Flip flopping versatile? However you choose to express yourself, we want to hear about it,” organizers say.

The meeting is part of a new series called “One Night Stand,” where attendees focus on one topic for one night.

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AID Atlanta tackles large age differences in gay couples tonight

AID Atlanta's Gay Men's Outreach program will host a discussion tonight on romance between older and younger men “The Daddy Complex: A Look at May/December Relationships.”

The discussion will examine the perks of dating a younger or older man, issues in relationships with large age differences and why some men are attracted to older or younger men.

There's a raffle tonight for first time visitors to the Gay Men's Outreach discussion group.

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AID Atlanta hosts happy hour at Mary’s

Mary's in East Atlanta

This evening, AID Atlanta's Gay Men's Outreach program will host a happy hour at Mary's bar in East Atlanta from 6-8 p.m. If you're interested in learning more about AID Atlanta and its Gay Men's Outreach program, stop by, have a drink and talk to program director Steven Igarashi about how you can become involved.

First time participants will be given a free drink. Just one, though. Participants will responsible for their own tabs after that.

As always, AID Atlanta's happy hour caters to gay and bisexual Caucasian men, but everyone is invited to attend. Participants are also encouraged to bring their friends.

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AID Atlanta says ‘It Gets Better Atlanta’

AID Atlanta's Gay Men's Outreach program invites the public to record videos for the “It Gets Better Project” on April 5 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at AID Atlanta's Peachtree Street offices.

The Gay Men's Outreach program will host a special discussion on the goals of the “It Gets Better” project and will record videos for the campaign that AID Atlanta will submit to the online collection on behalf of participants.

According to the event's Facebook page:

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AID Atlanta’s Happy Hour hits Mary’s

AID Atlanta's Gay Men's Outreach Program will host a cocktail happy hour at Mary's in East Atlanta tonight from 6 – 8 p.m.

The program is for first-time participants interested in learning more about AID Atlanta, its programs and how to promote safer sex in the gay and bisexual communities. The happy hour event is geared toward gay and bisexual Caucasian men, but as always, all are welcome to attend.

Oh, and newbies get a free adult beverage, courtesy of AID Atlanta.