Subject to Change Presents: Slumber Party! A benefit For SWOP-Chicago- Wednesday, August 29

Date: Wednesday, August 29th starting at 9 p.m.

Location: The Burlington, 3425 W. Fullerton, Chicago, IL

Co-Hosted/Performance by Sex Workers Outreach Project Chicago
*$5 suggest donation for SWOP-Chicago
*DJs Josie Bush, Miss Summer Clearance, Panakin Skywalker
*Photos by Kiam Marcelo Junio
*Sexy Sleepwear, Makeover Station, Twister, Ouija Board!

*Accepting zine submissions-

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The end of summer is almost here and we want to invite you to our Slumber Party! Wednesday, August 29th at The Burlington, 3425 W. Fullerton. The party presented by Subject to Change starts around 9:00PM with DJs, Josie Bush, Miss Summer Clearance and Panakin Skywalker and is Co-Hosted by the Sex Workers Outreach Project Chicago (SWOP-Chicago).

A $5 suggested donation will support the important work being done by SWOP-Chicago, to improve the lives of current and former sex workers both on and off the job. SWOP-Chicago’s mission is to support the rights of sex workers and their communities and focusing on ending violence and stigma through education, advocacy, and peer support.

Bring your toothbrush and sexiest sleepwear, and we’ll bring the Ouija Board and Twister. And don’t forget to stop by our cosmetic station because what’s a slumber party without a fantastic makeover? Photos by Kiam Marcelo Junio.

Subject to Change and SWOP-Chicago will also have a companion zine available for an additional donation which will include various works from prose to poetry to photography and information on how to be an ally to sex workers. For consideration in the zine, please email submissions to no later than Sunday, August 26th.


With the events and publications we produce, Subject to Change aims to create a space of “no shame,” when it comes to the music we enjoy and the people we love and care about — our family (both blood and chosen) and our community. We hope to generate positive energy within the community and channel that energy to support the many organizations working to make this city a better place for queer folks.

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