Drag Bingo Fundraiser for LA RHEP
$20.00 suggested donation includes bingo cards for all games played for that show & a chance to win fabulous prizes!
Prizes from: Dissent Pins, Garage Land, Glow Skincare, Pskaufman, Expressions NYC, HyperBody, PM Press, Red Rag Garage, Idoless Merch, Suavecito Pomade, Suavecita Pomade, The Blending Lab, Folklore Salon, She Wolf Moto Co., Indecline, Alexandria House, The Urban Charm, The Sidewalk Project, Railcar Fine Goods, Proper Barber Shop, Wild Dogs Co., Couch Guitar Straps, AND MORE...
This event is for ADULTS 21+ ONLY
We raised $2760 for LA Reproductive Health Equity Project for Foster Youth AND got to see our friends & loved ones spanked publicly. 😈 Thanks to EVERYONE who attended! Can we get another round of applause for our hilarious hosts, Roxy Wood + Ingenue!? ✨👑
ABOUT LOS ANGELES REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH EQUITY PROJECT
The Los Angeles Reproductive Health Equity Project for Foster Youth (LA RHEP) brings together foster youth and the agencies that serve them to promote evidence-informed strategies that reduce unplanned pregnancies and dismantle systemic barriers to sexual and reproductive health education and service access for youth in foster care. Our goal is to dramatically reduce unintended pregnancy rates for youth in care over the next ten years.
Sexual and reproductive health intersect in complex ways with other influences in a child and teen’s life over their time in care, including among others, economic and educational opportunities, the availability of safe relationships and placements, and the influence of explicit and implicit bias. Successfully addressing unplanned pregnancy prevention requires coordinated efforts with youth, caregivers, agencies, and state systems at many tiers and across all ages. To ensure L.A. County foster youth can take ownership of their bodies and sexual and reproductive health and reduce unplanned pregnancy, it is critical foster youth:
Be knowledgeable about puberty, development, and healthy relationships;
Receive youth centered, trauma informed, comprehensive sex education;
Be knowledgeable about their rights regarding sexual health information and services, and know where and how to access information and services;
Be able to access confidential sexual and reproductive health services and information through the child welfare system or on their own;
Make choices about sexual and reproductive health with full knowledge about the future opportunities and support available to them;
Be provided with coordinated educational supports so that they graduate from high school and are on a pathway to career technical education or college; and
Have knowledgeable and trusted adults in their lives who can provide judgment-free, accurate support and guidance on sexual and reproductive health questions.