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Girrrrl, when it comes to putting on a show, nobody does it better than a gay man. And for the 22nd consecutive year, the Miami White Party extravaganza was nothing short of spectacular.

Fabulous, even.

Added to which, the week-long slew of parties and events celebrating all things gay raised a small fortune, 70 percent of which benefits local AIDS organizations. Much needed funds considering Miami has the highest AIDS rate in the nation, with Fort Lickerdale coming in third.

No, not a drag queen

But this past weekend was all about fun. See for yourself! -Joanne Green

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