born four years ago in a little place called the Castro (just the biggest,
gayest spot on earth). Bingo, of course, is the oldest form of gambling
known to man or grandmother. So
can you teach an old dog new tricks? Well, lots of people have picked
up new tricks at Ba-da-Bingo, but we know that's a different subject.
We've won the attention of National Geographic, KRON-TV, Univision, Japanese
and Belgian television networks. Plus, we've won a Best of the Bay
Award. Go look for
In the first three seasons,
over 6,000 people joined us for the oddest, queerest, strangest and funniest
bingo-fest on the face of the planet. Now, this ain't just a game
for gay boys. In fact, nearly half of our audience is straight, or
bi, or whatever. Truthfully, it doesn't matter who you play footsie
with at Bingo. Why we even let girls spank boys, boys spank boys,
boys spank girls, nuns spank everyone. It's equal opportunity for
fun and mayhem. People come from all over the world, too. We
even had someone from Transylvania - you know the place they make the lightbulbs.
We've raised over $45,000
for charity (that's because every penny of profit we make goes back to
the community). Oh, momma would be proud (and jealous of our jewels).
Now see here, Ba-da-Bingo
is an official project of the Sisters
of Perpetual Indulgence, Inc. Sister
Betty Does, LNM, is the creator and Chairnun of Ba-da-Bingo.
Matthew McPhail is our Volunteer Coordinator. And about a million
volunteers have helped make this event a success over the years.