A Nude Hope is a cheeky, glittering, and hilarious Star Wars parody burlesque, and the very best way to spend a Friday night.
Here's a bit of advice, from me to you: If a friend asks if you want to go to a Twin Peaks-themed burlesque show, go. No matter what other plans you may have for that night. It will be totally worth it. Mildly NSFW photos — as in pastied-and-g-string-nudity— below.
This past weekend, we all rediscovered our love for the Muppets, those fuzzy avatars of cuteness and the can-do spirit. And you know, when some of us think that it's time to play the music and light the lights, our thoughts turn... frisky.
Star Wars burlesque exists in this scattered places on this big blue marble we live on, but this video reel by the Jaded Vanities burlesque troupe makes an excellent case for this form of interpretative dancing gaining national arts funding. And yes, that case is predicated mostly on Sand Person erotica.
How can you redeem the terrible 1980 The Return of the King animated movie? Simple: Add G-strings and pasties!
This is the season of scifi burlesque. But if you want to stand out from the crowd, there's nothing like doing a lesbian version of Edward and Bella's romance from the Twilight series - complete with pregnancy and birth scene.
Madame Rosebud and Little Brooklyn finally get around to reading Twilight
Burlesque has always had a love affair geek culture. There's something about sexy individuals dressing (and undressing) as science fiction icons that gets the pulse racing. But this month may've been the greatest scifi burlesque month ever. NSFW pics below!
Alan Moore may have distanced himself from the majority of movie versions of his work. But how would he feel about the Joker/Batgirl torture scene from The Killing Joke that appears in Epic Win's Holy Sh*t...Batman! Burlesque show?
Last weekend, a group of lovely scifi fans were dressing up and stripping down at AM Preacher's Sci-Fi Burlesque show at Hellgate Social in Astoria. Seven and Six were there, as were Leeloo, Tank Girl, and Starbuck. See the gallery!
Elegant, leggy Lili St. Cyr ruled the burlesque stage from the 1940s to the 1960s. She was known for her innovative routines (one involving a flying G string), six marriages, and the mail order lingerie store she operated after her retirement from the stage. She also believed in UFOs. In this clip from October 1957,…