PHOTOS: Trans And Queer Bostonians Get Hot And Sweaty With Original Plumbing And Nicky Click

Over the weekend the guys from the trans-culture magazine Original Plumbing transported themselves from NYC to Boston to host a sweaty, queer dance party in Jamaica Plain (you know JP, it’s that neighborhood where the queer Bostonions live). This is the second time this summer OP has taken an event to the Midway Cafe, and the first time they’ve invited cult favorite Nicky Click—the one woman powerhouse of high femme performative genius and madness—for a 3-song show between sets by DJ D’hana Perry and DJ JUSTINCREDIBLE. Blinding the audience with neon wigs, Click performed a few songs before exiting the stage where she then secretly conducted a mannequin-themed photo shoot in the basement of the club. See 100 more stalker-esque dance floor photos on Original Plumbing‘s website.

Photos by Amos Mac