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Boobs (Lots of 'Em) at Boobalicious

As October rolls on, with it comes the long, pink parade of the usual breast cancer fundraisers. And, this year, I headed to Boobalicious. But this ain't no usual party, thank god.

Black Wool agency head Louie Manzo started the event eight years ago to honour his mother and a friend and has so far raised $50,000 for breast cancer research.

The best part?

All the actual boobs on display, courtesy of burlesque troops Skin Tight Outta Sight and Fun Buns, along with Baby Steinberg's skimpy DIY-looking ensembles, and Brazilian dancers.

And can't we all agree that we like boobs? Here's to breasts bared for a cause.

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Photos by Fara Winestock.


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