PHOTOS: Halloween Boylesque Circus Disco At San Francisco’s Ruby Skye


Whether they were meant to sweep you off your feet or save you from feeling under-dressed, there were all sorts of elaborate and minimalist costumes at Ruby Skye‘s monthly queer dance party, Hero. From fishnets and corsets to clown masks to gogos, the night was truly a circus. This San Francisco Halloween kickoff party featured renowned electro musicians Danny Verde (Italy) and Liam Keegan spinning for the crazy costume massacre feast that you can check out below…

Photos credit Marques Daniels

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  • Dixie Rect

    Halloween is for children, douches and HO’s. I don’t see any children here, just the other 2.

  • Fitz

    Yes, it’s just awful when grown ups have a good time. Shame on them.

  • martymart

    Is it the way the pic taken or the black guy is super hung? especially the one where they’re wearing a mask.

  • Kangol


    Curious minds want to know. The event does look like a lot of fun.

  • jwrappaport

    @Dixie Rect: Not so! It’s a time of imagination and whimsy – and the only socially acceptable time for me to wear a revealing, but tasteful and fun costume. When else can I wear a twink Robin Hood costume?

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  • Nikkidane

    It’s weird how the gay world is so gender segregated. That seems so 1970s where bars are either all men or all women. I thought the disco era put an end to that but I guess not. I used to think San Francisco or West Hollywood was the place to be for LGBT folks. Now it seems like those places are stuck in a time lag. I’d much rather live in a city that is less segregated and fully inclusive. It seems much more “real”. I much prefer to hang out in places that have a mix of gay and straight people, male and female and other. That seems so much more interesting. I can understand why a bathhouse would be all men but seriously does every bar need to be gender segregated? Haven’t we moved beyond that in 2013?

  • Stache1

    @Nikkidane: Because at the end of the day or night people go out to these kinds of parties with the idea that sex will be a part of it. Why else would the guys be mostly naked. Something I don’t think would be all that appealing to your average Lesbian. LA where I live though is inclusive but only when everyone has their clothes on.

  • hotshot70

    cute guys. I like how even the “chunky” guy looks good. Being a bit on the “wide” side, I always feel self-conscious. I have lost about 30 lbs., but would like to tone up/ I want a six pack, not a beer keg!

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