Rowdy drag queens, leathermen, a few guys in their briefs and spoofs on retro TV game shows made for an entertaining night for a cause on Wednesday at Jungle.
The Big Gay Game Show premiered as a monthly fundraiser for Lost N Found Youth, a non-profit that provides shelter for homeless LGBT youth. It spoofs TV game shows such as Match Game, Family Feud and Let’s Make A Deal.
Organizers of the event thanked supporters on Thursday.
Thank you to everyone who came out and supported last night’s big Gay Game Show premiere! Please tell your friends you had a great time, and we hope to see you next month!
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