Feb 2011 21

by SG’s Team Agony feat. Squee and Clio

Let us answer life’s questions – because great advice is even better when it comes from SuicideGirls.

[Squee in Philosophy]

Q: I have this problem…every time I meet a potential girlfriend I end up in the “Friend Zone” and it sucks, hardcore. Just wanted to know how I can avoid this Twilight Zone friend anomaly thing. Thanks.


Feb 2011 18

by Missy

Hi this is Missy!

I started SuicideGirls ten years ago and for a good part of those ten years we’ve been trying to create a tv show about our live tour: the SuicideGirls Burlesque Show. Vh1 has been nice enough to give us a shot at it, and so we’re going to start things off by looking for some of the most unique, interesting & beautiful burlesque performers in the US.

If you are a female over the age of 18, eligible to work full time in the United States, and have a background in dance, we would love to meet you!

We are looking for women who are:


Those with tattoos, piercings, and talents such as burlesque dancing, fire twirling, contortion, aerial talents on rings or silks, or anything unique are encouraged to apply.

[Korento and friends in Moulin Rouge]

Open call auditions are being held in Las Vegas, New York and Los Angeles to find dancers for this documentary style series about pursuing your dreams in the world of burlesque.

Please email the following information to the appropriate casting associate for the city you would like to audition in:

  • Name
  • Phone #s
  • Dance style / background
  • 3 Photos (to include close-up face shot & full-body shot)
  • **Depending on which open call you wish to attend,
    the subject of your email should read:
    “Vegas”, “NYC” or “LA”

The casting associates will respond with full audition details.


Las Vegas – February 26th:
Caesars Palace in the Roman Ballroom
Jen –

New York – March 5th – 11 AM – 5 PM
Roy Arias Studios & Theatres
300 W 43rd St, Ste 506
New York, NY 10036
(Between 8th & 9th)
Carrie –

Los Angeles – March 8th – 11 AM – 5 PM
The Basement Dance Center
5259 Lankershim Blvd. Suite C,
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Greg –

If you are unable to make the open casting calls in the cities listed above, but would still like a shot a participating in the show:

Please email:

  • Name
  • Phone #s
  • Dance style / background
  • 3 Photos (to include close-up face shot & full-body shot)
  • **The subject of your email should read:

Good luck!

Really excited to meet you all and see your talent!


Jan 2011 24

by SG’s Team Agony feat. Eevie, Morgan and Fabrizia

Let us answer life’s questions – because great advice is even better when it comes from SuicideGirls.

[Eevie in Four Twenty]

Q: I have a female roommate whom I’ve lived with for a few months shy of 6 years. The kicker is the first two and a half of those years we were dating. Eventually we both realized we weren’t forever and had a very amicable break up. Since neither of us could afford to live alone, and we could obviously tolerate living together – we’re still great friends – we’ve continued being roommates (we even moved once and are planning another). While she’s been dating fairly regularly since our break-up, I’ve just recently started dating again (been working on me stuff). My question is this: when do I bring up the specifics of my living situation? I’ve been pretty open about my roommate being a lady, but can’t decide when it would be best to mention she is also my last girlfriend. Suggestions?


Jan 2011 18

by Blogbot


Jan 2011 11

by Sash Suicide


Nov 2010 24

by Blogbot

SuicideGirls hung out with Hello Kitty and friends this past weekend to celebrate their creator, Sanrio’s 50th anniversary. The ’80s themed Kitty In Pink prom party, was the culmination of a 10 day “Small Gift” exhibition at Santa Monica Airport’s Barker Hanger, which featured especially commissioned art from SG’s own Mrs Misha, among others. View photos from the event after the jump.


Nov 2010 15

by Suri Suicide

Artist/SG Member Name: Sundae Suicide

Mission Statement: “I live in Israel, the country of great humus and endless politic conflicts. Non of that actually had any impact on me creatively, though I do love humus. It’s just that drawing was always a thing I did. Since I don’t have an unusual, fancy, interesting life, I make it happen through pen and paper. I’ve never have a “muse” or a vision. I can actually go months without drawing because I just can’t. I get my inspiration through dreams, things that happen around me, my (very troubled) relationships, drugs, mental states and so on…My sketchbook is like my diary, the story of my life – which can sometimes be really crappy and lame, but I try anyway. “


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