On Saturday, July 11, the Black Mondays debuted a special Genderf*ck show at Leapin’ Lizards art gallery in Covington, Ky., to honor JAC McFaggin’s final performance while living in Cincinnati. The gender roles were flipped, flopped and all-around fucked, with kings as femmes, femmes as kings and everything else in between. (For more exclusive videos visit my YouTube channel.)
Sucio Sanchez and the Black Mondays bring "Rama Lama" back to life for this special occasion.
"If You Were Gay" from the Broadway musical Avenue Q is always a crowd-pleaser at the shows.
One person can't resist Sanchez and their rendition of the Scissor Sisters' "Filthy and Gorgeous."
The boys were girls during Special K's presentation of "When I Grow Up" by the Pussy Cat Dolls.
“When I Grow Up” gets genderf*cked.
Things heat up as clothes come off during an especially genderf*cked number.
JAC McFaggin queers up his performance of "Johnny B. Goode" decked out in heels, a dress and a wig.
JAC McFaggin plays up his feminine side in “Johnny B. Goode”
The newest member of the Black Mondays slows things down with a country tune.
The cast comes together to end the first half of the show with a rendition of Rent's "La Vie Boheme."
Leapin' Lizards art gallery features many beautiful installations and unique scenery.
Kings sport corsets and femmes tease with ties during an especially sexy performance.
Books are like intellectual gifts, and this one gives the reader the gift of pleasing a woman in bed.
Lady Stiletto, another new addition to the Black Mondays, plays McFaggin's role during Wham!
McFaggin tap dances to "Singing in the Rain," as the crowd cheers their approval and delight.
The devil kicks back, watching his opponent play during "The Devil Went Down To Georgia."
McFaggin proclaims victory in the duel, holding his golden fiddle in the finale number of the show.