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Red Light District presents: All We Need Is Love

Window Installation & Valentine's Day Fundraiser for St. James Infirmary

Thursday, January 1, 1970, 12:00 am, $5-

all you need is love

Lukas Lukasik and Sadie Lune are proud to announce “All We Need is Love”, a fundraiser for San Francisco’s only health clinic run by and for sex workers, the St. James Infirmary. Taking place during the Day of Love in the Year of Revolution ‘09, the Valentine’s Day event will include performances taking place in 12 peepholes installed in ATA’a Left Window. At least twenty-five artists will be involved with bringing hot light to the heart of the Mission, including J-12, Camilla Stenmark, Andrew Beals McPherson, Ronnie Eldridge, Sam Manera, Douglas Katelus, R.C. Bubblegum, Kaleb Sunshine Sydney, Steve Hopkins, Bailey Greenwood, Jillian Soto, Lukas Lukasik, and Sadie Lune.

Featured performers at the opening event include Steve Hopkin’s Blue Buddah Bus, Kaleb Sunshine Sydney, and Wiggwaum. DJ Rocket 69, in town from the capitol of Red Light Love – Amsterdam – will be spinning music for a romantic evening of slow dancing. Performances, light shows, projections, installations, and sex workers entertaining outdoors and indoors… It’ s all just a part of the night of lust… for Life.

It’s the hottest way of spreading love and taking pleasure in an unforgettable Valentine’s Day. “All We Need Is Love” — so, come and get it!

The St. James Infirmary (SJI), located in San Francisco, California, is a private non-profit that offers free, confidential, nonjudgmental medical and social services for current and former Sex Workers of all genders. Since 1999, they have served over 2000 Sex Workers and provided over 16,000 clinical visits. Each year medical services reach over 1000 Sex Workers, 800 Needle Exchange contacts, and 2000 street- and venue- based outreach contacts. For more information, visit

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