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Hell City Tattoo Fest, Topless Protest, and More Over the Weekend (NSFW)

The Girls of Hell City Tattoo Fest 2013 The Hell City Tattoo Festival returned to Phoenix for a weekend of fun for those who enjoy the beauty of a customized body. Here's a glimpse of the fairer sex found at Hell City at the Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa.

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The Best Ink of Hell City Tattoo Fest 2013 Hell City Tattoo Festival, one of the largest tattoo conventions in the country, helps raise the bar for tattoo quality by featuring some of the top tattoo artists from around the country. Here's a look at some of the best skin art found at the 2013 Hell City Tattoo Festival at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa.

Topless Protesters Take to the Streets in Phoenix, 8/25/13 At the "Topless March for Women's Equality," protestors took a stand against "sexism, rape culture, and the sexualization & objectification of women's bodies." Marches took place cities throughout the country, including Phoenix. Here's a look at the march, which started out at Steele Indian School Park.

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Porn and Chicken at Firehouse Tempe, 8/22/13 The notorious touring dance club rager -- which has served up libidinous thrills to night crawlers in New York, L.A., and its native Chicago -- swung through the Firehouse's Tempe location on Thursday, August 23. The wild affair was a bit light on fried yardbird, but features scandalous videos playing on the Mill Avenue bar's HD screens and various ladies and go-go dancers in lingerie, including one shooting off sparks from her costume with a grinder. Orville Kline, one of its resident DJs and hosts, kept the party primed with electro and dubstep tracks all evening.

Mark Taylor Summer of Love Pool Party in Tempe, 8/25/13 School is definitely back in session, as witnessed this weekend at the Mark Taylor Summer of Love Pool Party in Tempe. The cool deck was lonely in the general absence of the swarms of co-eds who had been padding around the pool throughout the summer. They must be holed up in their dorm rooms trying to stay ahead of onslaught of homework. Good luck in the new semester you studious young folk.

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