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Hunky Jesus Contest 2021 Still Happening, Will Be Online-Only Again

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The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence will still be holding a Hunky Jesus Contest on Easter Sunday to celebrate their anniversary. But just like last year, the Hunky Jesus and Foxy Mary contests will be online-only. The Sisters’ annual Easter In The Park 2021, will be Easter Sunday, April 4, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

According to a press release from the Sisters, the annual sexy Easter blasphemy will be broadcast on the SF Queer Nightlife Fund Twitch channel, and shot on location at the new Folsom Street Events Studio. If you want to compete in the Hunky Jesus or Foxy Mary contest, they ask that you send two photos and a short bio describing your persona to eastercontest@thesisters.org. You have less than two weeks, so you better get hunky in a hurry!

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“The Sisters’ annual Easter In The Park will be a virtual celebration, once again partnering with the SF Queer Nightlife Fund and Folsom Street Events,” the Sisters saud in a release. “This year’s theme ‘Rise Up With Sisters’ hopes to inspire viewers as we emerge from the turmoil and darkness of the past four years. The highlight of the 2-hour event will be the annual Foxy Mary and Hunky Jesus contests. The Sisters invite anyone and everyone in the 50 United States who ‘feels the Spirit’ to submit their holy inspiration for review. A group of highly judgmental Sisters, including Sister Roma and Sister Dana, the event hosts for more than two decades, will peruse the entries and present their favorites live on Twitch.”

Image: @sfsisters via Instagram

Last year’s winners were Mohawk Jesus and Mary Vice, as seen above.

Easter Sunday is not only the Hunky Jesus Contest, it’s the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’s 42nd anniversary. The Sisters were founded on Easter Sunday 1979. There are now 70 different Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence orders on four continents worldwide, and they’ve collectively raised more than $3 millions of dollars to fight down a virus before. Trust their wisdom on how they handle virus precautions.

 

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