As anyone who made it out to the 2017 M.O.M. Cup Saturday night show could tell you, Twelve High Chicks believes in unique entertainment. Notably, the cup was in one place and not a variety of locations. So instead of a cannabis celebrity headlining a dope-friendly dance party, Saturday featured a showcase of Vancouver — and notable Australian — talent. And what talent!
Every February for the past six years I’ve descended upon the Taboo Naughty but Nice Sex Show here in Vancouver. Usually as one of my alter egos, Pennie Belle. Always with Bonerattle Talent as entertainment in various different capacities, or with Pin-up Perfection photography as live model and promo girl.
Many of my friends are also there as either staff, vendors or attendees. Most are dressed to the nines, or dressed very little. There are themes and outfit changes. It’s kind of a big deal for a lot of us.
We’re so very pleased to announce that Twelve High Chicks Magazine is now available to buy in print!
It’s been a wild ride. We’ve chosen the best articles from the website to refresh and share alongside beautiful new photography, decided on new ideas and events to cover, and found new voices that show what Twelve High Chicks is all about. This magazine has required a lot of work, a lot of heart, and a lot of pot!
With glossy, colour, cannabis-centred photo spreads featuring some of Vancouver’s most beautiful and talented alternative models; funny stories and serious articles from your favourite Twelve High Chicks writers and new contributors; and reefer-specific reviews, recipes, and more, the first volume of Twelve High Chicks Magazine fully reflects the interests of our readers through the focus of our Chicks.
As our government takes on the daunting task of legalizing marijuana, Twelve High Chicks Magazine shows the richness of the culture and community that have grown up around this wonderful plant here in Canada and around the world. Get your copy now online, if you’re in Vancouver, see our list of locations below that we’ll be adding to each day!
Editor’s Note: This article is a combination of two previous articles, originally published February 7th and 8th, 2015, formatted for Twelve High Chicks’ year two layout. Content and intent have not been changed.
What if mainstream non-users think that all female cannabis users sit around in bikinis and long socks, smoking bongs? It’s far-fetched, but at one time mainstream non-users saw propaganda like Reefer Madness and believed that.
This past Victoria Day long weekend we celebrated the old queen’s birthday at the first annual Weekend of Kink (WoK). Sponsored by Twelve High Chicks, WoK 2015 was a joint project of four groups that operate, promote, and host various kink events, shows, and parties in the Vancouver area as well as other local sex-positive organisations.
For those of us who love our weed – and our sex – well we know that you don’t have one without the other. Weed enhances our senses which intensifies response to sensual touch, it allows us to focus more on the moment, prolongs orgasms, and helps us feel a more intimate, mystical connection with our partner.
For those of us that like both weed and sex, well, we know that not much can beat mixing the two. But there are some variables in there that may inhibit the perfect experience for some people. So I did my research, mixed that with a fair amount of my own personal experience (of course), and made some guidelines for the glorious mix of weed and sex. Happy smoking-and-sexing!
Advocates and Advertisers
There are many conservative and religious areas of Canada where discussing sex is still taboo. To the people there, the word ‘marijuana’ reminds them of DARE assemblies in school. Many do not drink alcohol; some don’t even drink coffee. The combination of sex with pot just feeds right into the views of these non-consuming conservative voters, making legalization of the plant way more difficult. Conservative anti-drug ads are more appealing to conservative Jane and Joe Canada.