Evilyn Frantic’s Egg Moon magic for Full Moon Cabaret!

Evilyn Frantic for Full Moon Cabaret Egg Moon April 9 2020 by Suzanne ForbesThis show! This performer! Such good witchcraft!

Even online, this show always brings magic surprises. I have always been pleasantly shocked by at least one moment in every Full Moon Cabaret show, and this online celebration did not disappoint. Evilyn Frantic put on a show that had to be seen to be believed – from her mom’s sauna!

Check out the Full Moon feed and get on the mailing list for a chance to view the show yourself and donate to support the performers! You can see the drawings created from the show for my vanilla site here.

Sex Work Art Performances at the Schwules Museum

Marianne Chargois performs The Golden Flux at Schwules Museum by Suzanne Forbes Jan 16 2020I really loved being at the Schwules Museum  for the finissage of Objects of Desire.

The Schwules Museum is bright and welcoming, and the days’ events were a celebration of International Whore’s Day. So many wonderful sex workers were in the house, proclaiming their identity and power, demanding examination of their humanity. And the live art was amazing!

Actress, activist , filmmaker and worker Marianne Chargois performed The Golden Flux, a live experience piece about urophilia and sex work. It was an extremely beautiful and exhilarating work – the crowd absolutely cheered as the clouds of steam rolled out into the room.

You can see Ms. Chargois “standing on a self made chemical mountain of piss, dry ice and water” on the insta feed of the performer shown below, Liad Hussein Kantorowicz. Read more about The Golden Flux here.

Liad Hussein Kantorowicz performs Unidentified at Schwules Museum Jan 16 2020 by Suzanne ForbesPerformance artist and activist Liad Hussein Kantorowicz, a terrorist pussy superstar, performed Unidentified .

Liad is a spokesperson for sex workers’ rights and a founder of a Berlin peer project for migrant sex workers at Hydra.

Both these artists are doing crucial work illuminating the reality of sex workers. I am so grateful to live in a city where there is a museum that supports art like this.