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Quaran-Tea meets Hunky Jesus & Foxy Mary
April 12, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Spread the Good News! He is risen (again)!
This Easter Sunday, the SF Bay Area Queer Nightlife Fund is pleased to be teaming up with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence & 6 amazing Bay Area DJs to present the Hunky Jesus & Foxy Mary Competition, hosted by the one and only Sister Roma — ALL ONLINE.
As usual, our hosts and DJ’s will be entertaining you from their homes, giving you an interactive party experience while you shelter in place–we will also be featuring images and video from our sainted contestants!
The San Francisco Queer Nightlife Fund will be broadcasting Hunky Jesus & Foxy Mary LIVE on Facebook and Twitch. RSVP on Facebook
Tune in 1-6pm PST on Easter Sunday: https://www.twitch.tv/sfqueernightlifefund/
We’ll also be hosting a Zoom for people to see and be seen–so push that coffee table out of the way, get your camera situated, and get ready to be anointed with the holy sounds of our 6 DJs and your annual Easter Sunday MCs, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
San Francisco QNF will share the zoom link on the day of the event.
See you at our Sunday services!
Hunky Jesus & Foxy Mary Contest Rules
To compete you must live in the United States, be 18 years or older, and follow the Sisters on Instagram @sfsisters
- Prepare a short bio including your Instagram account name, where you live, your Hunky Jesus or Foxy Mary name, a photo of you in character, and a one minute video featuring your “Holy Inspiration” in action.
- E-mail everything to email@example.com
- Entries were due by April 10th GOOD FRIDAY at 12 AM PST
- The Sisters will pore through entries and select 15 candidates for Hunky Jesus, 15 candidates for Foxy Mary, and announce contestants on Easter Sunday. Voting will be done by the community via likes and comments.
One Winner will get a very special gift and world-wide bragging rights as the first-ever online Foxy Mary and Hunky Jesus!
“Like any modern 20th Century Order of Nuns, we’re going online and opening the contest, all genders, races, sexual orientations, and choice-of-peanut-butters welcome.” “San Francisco audiences are smart, sophisticated, and have a very twisted sense of humor,” says Sister Roma. “You can’t just be hunky or foxy to win the title. Our crowd responds most enthusiastically to contestants who have a clear concept, a clever message, and excellent execution.”