Queerguru is heading to SF for The Hunky Jesus Contest : here’s a peek of what we expect

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Some 38 years ago fabulous Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the beloved saviors of the queer community on so many levels started their HUNKY JESUS COMPETITION. It was started back then specifically to combat Catholic anti-gay sentiments and it has become one of San Francisco’s most popular annual events.  Queerguru is going to attend for the … Continue reading

San Franciso’s new street art honors the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

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San Francisco-based street artist, fnnch. has been very busy recently with his new work to honor the sainted Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. The artist is best known for his trademark ‘honey bears’ that he has placed around the city, and when he reproduces them as artwork they sell out in minutes.  These new works are … Continue reading

SISTER ROMA of The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is honoured for her advocacy

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  There is a new well-deserved honor for SISTER ROMA, a leading member of the Sisters Of Perpetual Indulgence for over 30 years now.  The San Francisco Aids Foundation have just announced that she will be the recipient of this year’s Cleve Jones Leadership Award at  their Tribute Celebration!  Since taking her ‘vows’ Sister Roma … Continue reading

The Sisters take their annual Foxy Mary & Hunky Jesus Contest online

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  It will take more than a Covid Crisis to stop Sister Roma and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence  to stop their annual Easter In the Park Celebrations.  This year the Foxy Mary and Hunky Jesus Competition normally held in Dolores Park or Golden Gate Park and attended by 10,000 or so spectators, pits scantily … Continue reading

We Scream Your Name : an Event for World AIDS Day @ Highways Performance Space

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  Highways Performance Space is Southern California’s boldest center for new performance, film and visual art. It is an important alternative cultural center in Los Angeles that encourages radical artists from diverse communities to develop and present innovative new works.  It is about re-opens its doors to the public with a free live event in … Continue reading

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