Queer party host Bedlam has soaped itself up and gotten trashy. But it’s been months since they turned out the lights and squirted body paint. Until Saturday.
So the queer party planners unpacked the body paint and black lights, and brought the popular—and messy—WackedOut BlackOut to Jungle on Saturday. The hot mess of a night included plenty of boys in their briefs showing off their abs, performances by Kryean Kally and Jordan Melton, and music from DJs Shane V and Bill Berdeaux. Artist Philip Bonneau—yep, that superhero gay—was also on hand to paint bodies and snap photos for an upcoming exhibit.
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