Naked Girls Reading at the Richmond Triangle Theater.
Wednesday, Oct. 30.
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Who doesn’t like naked ladies? I, for one, am a big fan. Why are so many others? Because naked ladies are awesome. I do find the crass exploitation of the female form to be repugnant, but I have no problem with women doing it for themselves, such as when scantily clad local knockouts such as Deanna Danger, Jendetta, Siren Sivette and Moxie LaBouche get together to read scary stories to you. That’s what they’ll be doing Wednesday, when Naked Girls Reading Richmond presents “Terrifying Tales” at the Richmond Triangle Theater. The local chapter of the international live nude literary salon founded in 2009 by Chicago showgirl Michelle L’amour and Franky Vivid will feature naked ladies reading tales of horror. It’s a simple and brilliant concept. The adults-only show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 in advance and $35 at the door. Costumed attire is strongly encouraged. nakedgirlsreading.com. — Chris Bopst
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