Hazing first-time viewers is a universal part of screenings of the “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” though venues address the issue with varying levels of severity. The spanking of “virgins” isn’t unknown. Neither is pelting them with balled-up newspaper or marking their foreheads with a lipsticked “V.” “I’m not entirely sure how we’re going to handle the virgin situation,” said Jay Ervin, a Rocky Horror fanboy helping organize a screening this weekend at the Blackbird Bar & Grill. “A lot of places do it differently.” The screening at the Blackbird might not be a terrible way to lose your “Rocky …
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