The 5th Annual PEAL Erotic Art Show
The 5th Annual PEAL Erotic Art Show happened on August 29th, at the Iron Will Tattoo Club. My entries are below. For more pictures from the art show, please visit the PEAL website.
Johnny Lemuria #21- Albert Shivers
Join the Reverend Johnny Lemuria as he talks to fellow artist and podcast Albert Shivers.
Johnny Lemuria Show #20- Desarae Lindsey
Join the Reverend Johnny Lemuria as he talks to Libertarian candidate for the 3rd District of the Texas State Senate, Desarae Lindsey.
Johnny Lemuria Show #19- Roundtable with Post Comprehension & Gabrielle Monroe
Join the Reverend Johnny Lemuria as he discusses the events of the week with Anarcho-Transhumanist Post Comprehension and Sex Work Activist Gabrielle Monroe. Post Comprehension Twitter Youtube Gabrielle Monroe Twitter Website Patreon
Johnny Lemuria Show #18- Scott Schluter
Join the Reverend Johnny Lemuria as he talks to the candidate for the Libertarian nomination for the governor of Illinois, Scott Schluter.
Art Show Delayed
The 5th Annual PEAL Erotic Art Show has been delayed due to weather. New date and location will be announced when available. We are deeply sorry for any difficulty or frustration this has caused.
Johnny Lemuria Show #17- Wolff Bachner & M Dante
Join the Reverend Johnny Lemuria as he talks to the artist and scene innovator Wolff Bachner, along with his confidante M Dante. M Dante is the author of the book Cin Sado Noir, available from Mockingbird Publishing. Announcement! The date and location of the 5th Annual PEAL Erotic Art Show has moved! It will now be August…
Johnny Lemuria #16- Kate Kennedy
Join the Reverend Johnny Lemuria as he talks to writer, stand up comic, and all around marvelous person Kate Kennedy.
“Lonesome Prairie (Looking for Love)’
‘Lonesome Prairie (Looking for Love)’ https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/79094577
Johnny Lemuria Show #15- Roundtable with Cathy Resienwitz and Harrison Kemp
Join the Rev. Johnny Lemuria as he talks about the week’s events with Editor in Chief of Sex and the State Cathy Reisenwitz, and Free Speech Media Network manager Harrison Kemp.