A bawdy nerd-folk band comprised of four women from the Washington, D.C. area with a love of feminist, sex-positive music, LGBTQIA+ representation, parodies, drinking & fandom references for the 18+ geek crowd.

Entertaining those who are young at heart, but who have their minds in the gutter, the group has performed at a variety of conventions, burlesque, and variety shows since May of 2013.

The band consists of four members: Flint Locke, “Lucky” Annie LeBlanc, Madame Rouge, and Saber Tompson. While coming from a “pirate” background, they embrace a wide range of subcultures, offering musical tributes from steampunk to anime.

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Misbehavin’ Maidens in Concert
Come join the Misbehavin’ Maidens as they sing you feminist, sex-positive music, LGBTQIA+ representation, parodies, drinking & fandom references for the 18+ geek crowd! Their fun and flirty folk style is sure to get stuck in your head, as they sing dirty and humorous tales about sci-fi, fantasy, anime, sex ed, and so much more! Recommended for adults only, this is one concert you don’t want to miss! So join the Nerdy and Dirty Lewd Lyrical Lasses with Tight Chorals and Loose Morals for a rollicking good time.

Drinking, the Cause and Solution to Con Horror and Humor
Cattle prods, barrel rolls, and too tight spandex. When you’ve been going to conventions as long as the Maidens, there’s bound to be some good stories involved. Grab a drink, and play a drinking game with the Maidens while they talk candidly about some of their best and worst convention experiences, both individually, and as a group. 21+

Why Maidens Misbehave
Well behaved women rarely make history, and The Misbehavin’ Maidens continue that tradition by singing music about sex positivity and women’s rights to change the narrative involving adult folk and filk music. They sing on a variety of topics, with education and feminism being key points; right alongside sex, violence, and Sci Fi. This panel will be focusing on why they do what they do, and why it’s important for women to get up on stage and sing about orgasms, Dr Who, and murder. This panel will also feature a Q and A. 18+