On this episode of Nicholas Snow Live, I welcome The Life Group LA Executive Director Sunnie Rose Berger; Sister Leigh VIticus of the LA Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence; West Hollywood Cheerleader Dixie Normous (why that name flusters me during the broadcast I'll never know!); and Drag Queen World Series co-chair (and referee) John Denem.
The purpose of Drag Queen World Series is two fold:
First; to raise awareness of the fact that the AIDS pandemic is not over and to erase the stigma associated with the disease; and secondly to provide financial support to The Life Group LA. so they may continue providing education and emotional support to persons infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
The 4th annual event is taking place Saturday, May 9th, from 1-4 PM at the Glendale Sports Complex. Defending champions, The LA Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, take on The West Hollywood Cheerleaders.
Hear all about it!
The game is an affirmation of the power of compassion and a demonstration that ordinary people can accomplish extraordinary things.
Life Group LA is a coalition of people dedicated to the education, empowerment and emotional support of persons both infected and affected by HIV/AIDS, helping them to so that they may make informed choices and decisions regarding their healthcare and personal well being.
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