Los Angeles-based stand-up comic Georgia Ragsdale–who’s launched a tongue-in-cheek campaign to replace the term “lesbian” with “sporty girl” because it’s “less alarming”–will be in Oak Park this weekend to celebrate the local premiere and DVD release of her latest film, Wave Babes–It’s Never Too Late to Ride the Big Ones. In the movie, she plays one of three former surfer girls who get together for a reunion at the beach. Featuring scenes like a catfight in the sand between lead Tina Carlisi and her ex-husband’s new trophy wife, Babes is already on its way to “cult classic” status–at least according to Ragsdale. The 70-minute film was voted best comedy feature in the February 2003 installment of the New York International Independent Film and Video Festival and best lesbian feature by Q Cinema, Fort Worth’s Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival. The screening and postshow question-and-answer session benefit the Oak Park Area Lesbian and Gay Association. The event starts at 7:30 (doors open at 7) on Saturday, October 25, at Beye Elementary School, 230 Cuyler in Oak Park. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased in advance at Val’s Halla Records, 7231/2 South Blvd. Call 708-848-0273 for more information.