GATLast Thursday’s Gown About Town was amazing!

We had the Hi-Lo Club packed by 7:00 pm. Everyone looked amazing. There were Kenzo jackets and handmade gowns.

All the women I met were doing fantastic things, from running non-profits for battered women, to life coaching.

And like any good party, I broke my dress. The ever-prepared Eve Batey had an extra safety pin on her underskirt. She pinned up the back of my zipper, that I had broken with my ginormous tatas, and told me the pin made me look cool, like The Clash.

PinEver since she said that I’ve been imagining what a Supremes-like back up singing group for The Clash would look like. I’ve also decided if I ever get my hands on a time machine, I’m going to make that happen.

Not only did we have a great time but we raised $300 in donations for SFCASA.

Thank you so much to everyone who attended. Those who weren’t able to attend, don’t worry. We’re thinking of having a Hats and Hooch event next.

Here are the pictures from the event that were decent:

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Babe Scanlon is a writer living and working in San Francisco. She's worked as an archaeologist, computer game designer, agent at Agent Provocateur and hypnotherapist. She is controlling your mind at this very moment.

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  • Not sure how I missed this post, but gosh, I had a lovely time. As for coming events, may I just say “Walk of Shame Brunch!!!” Can’t wait for that one.

    • Me either. I know you will bring it full force once again!

  • Not sure how I missed this post, but gosh, I had a lovely time. As for coming events, may I just say “Walk of Shame Brunch!!!” Can’t wait for that one.

    • Me either. I know you will bring it full force once again!