Raise money in your underwear for the AIDS Taskforce


Now this looks like fun, doesn't it, boys?
Members of the Only Undies Club don’t usually need an excuse to socialize half naked. After all, that’s the entire point of this online-based scene, started in Cleveland, where punker twentysomethings prefer to skip the whole clothes thing and mingle in their skivvies. But if the cause is worthy, all the more reason to hit the bar in tighty whiteys and garter belts, right? ... On Friday, May 9, Bounce Nightclub will be throwing Underwear Party 2008 to benefit the AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland. For $10, you can derobe, drink away the fact that your cellulite is displayed for all to see, and then dance the night away with other barely clad folks – all for a good cause. And as if there won’t be enough meat to ogle, the AIDS Taskforce is bringing a special male model guest, Benjamin Bradley, who will be handing out free pairs of Ginch Gonch undies. The festivities start at 10 p.m. and the event is 21 and over. -- Denise Grollmus

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