GayHotMovies Raises More Than $5K for Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus

GayHotMovies Raises More Than $5K for Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus

PHILADELPHIA — has announced its recent “#SpecialDelivery: Philly's Packin’ — an Underwear Fashion Show and Auction” was able to raise more than $5,000 to benefit the Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus.

The event took place Saturday at Voyeur in Philadelphia, featured a drag show with host Fanci Dismount and several local performers — Candi Stratton, Aida Snatchwell-Stratton, Pissi Myles and Paula Randall.

The performance was followed by the fashion show and auction, where adult stars Billy Santoro, Hunter Vance, Aaron Steele, David Lambert, Brendon Scott, and Logan Moore modeled and strutted down the runway.

Attendees were able to bid on each pair of underwear, and raised thousands of dollars in the process. 

“We are so pleased and proud at the outcome of this event; the stars and performers could not have put on a better show,” said Ryan Bagshaw, marketing director for, a unit of the family.

“The audience was extremely generous and it was heartening to see the Philadelphia gay community gather to show their support for such an important charity that makes such a positive impact in the local community. We knew when we decided to host the event here that Philadelphians were an amazing group, but we never imagined that such a large and diverse crowd would turn up to show their support. Thank you Philadelphia!”

To learn more or to donate directly to the Philadelphia Gay Men’s Chorus, click here.