Good times were had. There were burnt bras, a vibrator was raffled off and Canice wore a dress. Who says that feminists can't be fun?
J2Webb is half of the creative forces behind the dance party that was 1963.
Sarah Nicole is the other half. These ladies know how to throw a party. I was also grateful for their insistance that the deejays be women.
And then Jessex showed up! I also haven't seen her in forever. I would reference her further in a back-post link, but considering she is every other post for about a year, I don't think it's necessary.
Dance party! Seen in the background: Jen of Shedoesthecity.com, McClung's winter issue sponsor.
Aren't you just a little sad that you missed this rare occurrence? C'mon now. Don't deny it. (Quote of the night. "Where's Canice?" "I think she just walked in." "Is that her? No, that girl's wearing a dress. It can't be Canice.")
That's right. We burn bras. Unfortunatly, synthetics don't burn that well.