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BAS Folsom 2015 In Pictures! (NSFW)

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Well, Folsom 2015, as the interwebs predicted, the city is just a box of  glazed old-fashioneds in search of an emergency pastry chef.  In its wake, the denizens of the Barbary Coast  are just barely resuming solid food diets and starting to emerge from the week- long coma just in time for Castro Street Fair, Hardly Strictly this weekend, and Fleet Week and Italian Heritage Day next weekend.  SWEET FUCKING CHRIST, SAN PANCHO!  Can you stop tapping this long enough for Rainbow to restock it’s bins of milk thistle and detox tea or the City Clinic to order more reams of bakery tickets?????

Whew!  Well, while you guys were sweatin’ out the shakes and salving your culos, our intrepid photogs, Gerardo and Rodolfo Pérez were sorting through all the glorious shots they caught of every ban soleil-ed titty, welted ass, pup mask and riding crop there was on Folsom Street.  These guys put some serious footwork into it this year, and this very well may be our most comprehensive photo spread yet.  So, go take a tranquilizer and prepare to see yourself in every lurid shade.  Besos!!- S.T.

 

THE FOLSOM STREET FAIR

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2015

 

THE MAINSTAGE

Co-emcee Daphne Gesthunheit.

Co-emcee Daphne Gesthunheit.

FOLSOM 7

Las muñecas Tamale Ringwald, comediatrix Marga Gómez, and co-emcees Roxy Cotten Candy and Daphne Gesthunheidt.

Las Muñecas Cholula Caliente.

Las Muñecas Cholula Caliente.

FOLSOM 11

FOLSOM 13

Las Muñecas!

Las Muñecas!

Vain Hein

Vain Hein

FOLSOM 18

FOLSOM 21

 

FOLSOM 15A

FOLSOM 15B

FOLSOM 91

Dale Bozzio and Missing Persons

Dale Bozzio and Missing Persons

FOLSOM 79

FOLSOM 81

FOLSOM 82

FOLSOM 92

FOLSOM 93

FOLSOM 94

FOLSOM STREET

FOLSOM 119

FOLSOM 117

FOLSOM 118

FOLSOM 46

FOLSOM 37

FOLSOM 96

FOLSOM 98

FOLSOM 58

FOLSOM 53

FOLSOM 33

FOLSOM 30

FOLSOM 51

FOLSOM 28

FOLSOM 120

FOLSOM 1

FOLSOM 32

FOLSOM 29

FOLSOM 23

FOLSOM 17

FOLSOM 14

FOLSOM 52

FOLSOM 61

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FOLSOM 66

FOLSOM 60

FOLSOM 59

FOLSOM 127

FOLSOM 99

FOLSOM 125

 

FOLSOM 90

 

FOLSOM 4

FOLSOM 26

FOLSOM 3

FOLSOM 16

 

FOLSOM 5

FOLSOM 35

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FOLSOM 48

FOLSOM 49

FOLSOM 129

FOLSOM 95

FOLSOM 97

FOLSOM 45

Folsom Street 2015

 

BAAHS

FOLSOM 100

FOLSOM 101

FOLSOM 103

FOLSOM 89

THE OASIS

FOLSOM 38

FOLSOM 42

FOLSOM 55

FOLSOM 57

FOLSOM 56

FOLSOM 64

FOLSOM 43

Guess who?

Guess who?

 

THE LONE STAR SALOON

FOLSOM 86

FOLSOM 87

 

THE SF EAGLE & STAGE

Pansy Division

Pansy Division

FOLSOM 75

FOLSOM 77

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The woman with the 0" wasit, Miss Violet Chachki!

The woman with the 0″ wasit, Miss Violet Chachki!

..and her pet, Boomer.

..and her pet, Boomer.

FOLSOM 68

FOLSOM 71

FOLSOM 83

FOLSOM 41

FOLSOM 65

FOLSOM 69

FOLSOM 70

FOLSOM 73

FOLSOM 62

FOLSOM 104

FOLSOM 102

FOLSOM 126

FOLSOM 107

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FOLSOM 122

Gerardo goes where the wild things are.

Gerardo goes where the wild things are.

FOLSOM 31

THE END

Wipe your chins, ladies, that ‘s it.  Broke-Ass Stuart’s Goddamn Website would like to thank Folsom Street Events, The SF Eagle, and the SF Oasis for all their help.  Most especially, though, we want to thank the Pérez Brothers for their fantastic work.  

See you next year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Stephen Torres - Threadbare-Fact Finder (Editor, San Francisco)

Stephen Torres - Threadbare-Fact Finder (Editor, San Francisco)

Stephen's early years were spent in a boxcar overlooking downtown Los Angeles. From there he moved around the state with his family before settling under the warm blanket of smog that covers suburban Southern California. Moving around led to his inability to stay in one place for very long, but San Francisco has been reeling him back in with its siren song since 1999.
By trade he pours booze, but likes to think he can write and does so occasionally for the SF Bay Guardian, Bold Italic and 7x7. He also likes to enjoy time spent in old eateries, bars and businesses that, by most standards, would have been condemned a long time ago.