Every year The Human Rights Campaign holds an event to gather women and celebrate the accomplishments of the organization as well as build a sense of community. If you haven’t already heard about HRC’s annual Her event then make sure you’re not missing out on this amazing night of sexy entertainment! This year Her HRC has performances that you definitely do not want to miss! You’ll be teased by sexy ladies as they swirl their hips and, if you’re lucky, even get a sneak at what’s underneath. You’ll laugh yourself to tears as comedians give your abs a workout and make you forget about your hectic week. I don’t want to reveal all of the surprises you’ll get at this event, but here is a little sneak peak.
Red Hot Annie , a member of the 2010 Burlesque top 50 and owner of Vaudezilla Studios, is going to perform a burlesque routine that will leave you feeling a little hot and bothered. As she paints herself into pasties and a g-string you’ll want to make sure you keep your eyes on the prize!
Also taking the stage will be Gwen LaRocka who will make you laugh until your sides hurt! She was on last years’ TBS Just for Laughs Festival and has performed at comedy clubs all over Chicago. Check out her “Bathrooms & Boobs” performance here:
There will also be thirteen other hot acts to see on March 18th. The event is being held at the beautiful Mayne Stage theater this year. If you have not yet been to this venue you must check out the beautiful atmosphere it offers. Also feel free to get dinner before the show at their restaurant, Act One Pub. Fifteen dollars for fifteen performances is a deal that cannot be beat! VIP tickets have already sold out so make sure to go here to purchase your general admission ticket before they are also gone!
Last year’s event was hot and this year’s event will be even more sizzling! Have a fun night out for a great cause. All proceeds go directly to the Human Rights Campaign.
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Dawn is a Chicago area native and loves the city she calls home. With a strong passion for both the field of psychology and LGBT issues, she strives to combine the two through gender and sexuality research. As the Women’s Outreach Chair for the Illinois chapter of the Human Rights Campaign she reaches out to the lesbian community to further their involvement in the fight for equality. Whether putting on fundraisers or spreading the word about equality at local festivals, she is always thinking of new ways to serve the LGBT community. When not doing research or fighting for equal rights, she loves to take long walks around the city, enjoy the street festivals, go camping, and hunt for the best Persian food in Chicago!