Now THIS is how you put on a fundraiser. NYC’s Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS organization puts on an annual burlesque show to raise money for the fight against HIV and AIDS called Broadway Bares. It’s genius, because nothing makes me want to make it rain more than watching dudes painting each other’s bare asses and then gyrating erotically with each other. This is all done in an “artistic” manner, of course.
In all honesty, it’s a great idea and the toast of Broadway takes part. They’ve raised over 7.5 million since the first Broadway Bares in 1992! The latest one, which was held on June 19, raised more than 1.1 million alone!
For more information, here’s their website.
– J. Harvey
For more pics (and a clip of a sexy George Washington act) from Broadway Bares, Follow the JUMP: