A busy hoe is a happy hoe
What we've been up to
The SOIL Sisters were honored to have The SHADES project teach Ballroom technique and culture to Folks in Southern Illinois at the Ballroom Extravaganza! Friday September 30th! Sister Fagatha Hardness, Mothra Stewart and Gay B(*&^ Milkshake spread joy amongst the beautiful people as they helped support the folks who wanted to walk in categories and get their 10s!
check out this clip taken by The SHADES Project to see more!
Thank you so so much to the SHADES Project for coming out and helping us spread joy!
Today the SOIL Sisters headed upstream to spread love and joy in Alton, IL at the first annual Alton Pride Festival. And let us tell you that the pride was out, loud and proud! We were not prepared for the love shown to us as we strolled through the crowds but that just meant we got to serve just as much love back.
Between cupping chicken cutlets and being challenged to a cage match to defend our heavy weight titles we had an absolute blast in spite of the protectors who felt the need to try to spread hate and shame to those attending.
#altonpridefest2022 #soilsistersdirtyhoes #universallove #expiateguilt #cuppingchickentitties
Well apparently as the weather gets cooler things are heating up for us. No rest for the wicked but then again who needs sleep when so much joy is needing to be spread. Here is where you can catch the SOIL Sisters in September!
Many many maaaaaaaaany years ago a fuzzy human was born. Today we celebrate the amazing anniversary of our Abbess's birth. Without them there literally would be no SOIL Sisters because who else would have thought to bring drag clown nuns to Southern Illinois!
So join with us as we celebrate Sister Fagatha Hardness as she takes another glory hole tour around the sun. Happy birthday my dear and for your present this year Sister Jewnita has promised not to plot to take your jewelry for a full 42 minutes!