You may see Israel Luna’s burning bush today

On today’s very special episode of The 10%, host Israel Luna and company are going to broadcast nekked. Yes, nude radio and video streaming. Why? Well, according to Facebook, “to strip down the issue of nudity.”

“One of of the topics on Tuesday is how America is okay with TV shows raping women, killing them, slaughtering them, shooting them (CSI, L&O, House, Dexter, etc.) but aren’t okay with nudity,” Luna posted Sunday on his Facebook. Which was followed by this male-heavy poster:

A slightly different tone came from today’s post (yes, also from FB) saying, “Like being naked? Thought about being naked with others in public? You may not be the only one.” Whoa. From rape to just being nude, clearly today’s episode will cover (nyuk) a wide range of nude issues while the host and panel broadcast in their birthday suits. I may have to watch to see if the subsequent show’s hosts wipe down their seats.

The 10% airs today on RationalBroadcasting.com at 3 p.m. Video of the show streams online from the site as well. We’ve fallen for it so we’ll be there. Today’s poster is after the jump.

—  Rich Lopez

Another World AIDS Day event: DFW Sisters to tour Metroplex with Veil of Remembrance

From the DFW Sisters:

Join us as we tour the Metroplex with our Veil of Remembrance. We will start in Fort Worth at the Tarrant County Public Health Carnival and Fair. We will arrive in Dallas around Happy Hour and tour the strip with a few other stops along the way. If you have trouble finding us, please check with us on FB or send us a message.

One of the Sisters will be wearing the Veil of Remembrance. We welcome you to write the names and any memories you have of loved ones who have passed. We will take the veil and make it a part of our House archives where we will guard and protect the memories you have entrusted to us.

For a list of other World AIDS Day events in North Texas, go here.

—  John Wright