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Whipped: Recipes for Love, Sex and Disaster

7 pm, Feb 08, 2014 | $10-$20

For many, Hallmark just won’t cut it and messages on small chalk hearts fall laughably short of genuine expression. We all have a story to tell, and Valentine’s Day should be about sharing and reveling in those stories. Leading up to V-Day, behold Whipped: QTPOC Recipes for Love, Sex and Disaster, a unique event that features eight artists investigating “bliss, dreams, sweat, sweets and nightmares.” Mangos With Chili—the artist incubator behind the “floating cabaret”—wants queer and trans people of colors to share, celebrate, dance and explore. Using art as a cathartic platform to tell true stories of desire and calamity, the troupe aims to present “truths you’ve never heard spoken before but always needed to” in an “annual show about the miracles, dreams and cream our hearts make.”
(Sophie Engel) 



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