The teen girls of my church met the Hogettes while doing outreach work at a walk for the homeless.
From Wikipedia: The Hogettes were a group of twelve male Washington Redskins fans who wore women's dresses, garden party hats, and pig snouts for two purposes: to cheer on their favorite NFL team and to raise money for charity. The group was founded in 1983 by Michael Torbert and became a regular fixture at Redskins games for nearly 30 years. When the group announced its retirement, effective with the end of the 2012 season, it had twelve active and fifteen former members, including three who have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as part of the VISA Hall of Fans.
The group retains a high profile largely because of their outrageous costumes, but also because of their frequent work for charitable organizations. The Hogettes have appeared in a national advertising campaign for VISA, and they provide support for many charities, including Children's Miracle Network, Ronald McDonald House, and March of Dimes. They have raised over US$100 million for these and other charitable causes. Despite their philanthropic work, the Hogettes are disliked by some and have even been attacked by fans of opposing teams.
For the March 2013 Monthly Sketch Challenge, Sketch 1.