The gays of Los Angeles celebrated Halloweenie 13, the latest incarnation of the season’s biggest queer costume carnival.
Hosted in DTLA’s iconic Belasco theatre, this long-running Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles fundraising event flaunts sexy men flaunting their fiercest lewks. For those unlucky enough to miss out on the monstrous merriment, we snatched a handful of Halloween highlights, courtesy of photographer Jamie Phan.
Because at Halloweenie, every trick is a treat.
Fred and Jason vs Freddy and Jason
Fred and Jason, the DILFy daddies of Halloweenie, started this fundraiser as a simple costume party in their backyard. Thirteen years later, the event has metamorphosed into one of October’s most highly anticipated night of near-naked notoriety. This year, Fred and Jason combined nightmares with narcissism in the homage to, well, Freddy and Jason.
Get Your Buzz On
This hive of horny hornets makes me feel like Ralph Wiggum because I wanna “Bee Friends” with these butch bee boys.
“Look What I Can Do!”
Go-Go Boy Interrupted‘s Dakota Greene swapped out his sweat-stained jockstrap for a pair of tighty whities while channeling MadTV‘s classic Stuart character.
This spandex sporting Cyclops serves XXX-Man realness.
The Real American Horror Story
The always adorkable Michael Feldman and Michael Rachlis, the big brains behind the new web series Michael and Michael Are Gay, decked themselves as the personifications of our country’s most democratic institution, voting. Be sure to cast your ballot Nov. 6, or we may be doomed to another term of Trump.
And let’s be honest, that’s the scariest nightmare of the year.