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If you were to look up Rachel Kinsey Sicks' skirt, you'd probably see a bit of Ben Schatz.

The one-time Harvard-trained lawyer now dons Crayola-hued dresses and takes on the outrageous persona of Rachel, a founding member of the "dragapella beauty-shop quartet" Kinsey Sicks.

" 'A cappella' is Italian for 'We can't afford a band,' " Rachel explains.

The four laddy ladies have parlayed their campy and ribald humor into eight albums, two movies and countless YouTube videos. Their name is a tongue-in-chic take on Kinsey 6, the end of the Kinsey scale defined as exclusively homosexual.

They are bringing their latest show, topically titled "Electile Dysfunction: Kinsey Sicks for President," to Broward Center for the Performing Arts at 8 p.m. Saturday. In the show, the Kinsey Sicks are campaigning to exploit the Citizens United Supreme Court ruling and ride it all the way into the White House as the first corporation to become president of the United States.

We caught up with Schatz as he was packing for Rachel — or was that the other way around? — after a two-week run in San Francisco.

So you, um, ladies are running for office?

So what's your question?

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