My very first night in Amsterdam was magical. There are four official ‘gayborhoods’ but that is changing day to day as in any city.
I should be writing chapters for the book project that I’m working on, but I’m going to take a minute to put down some of my many thoughts on today’s facebook/tumblr explosion over the cases for marriage equality that the Supreme Court heard today.
Here’s a true story. Last night, I was hanging out at a pretty chill bar, having some beers and just having a nice time. Three guys and a girl come in and sit near me. One guy comes over to me and starts talking to me. I know where this is going, believe me.
This week the queens designed their own scent and created a commercial to advertise it. Plus, who could forget the matching game using a slew of underwear clad hotties…Yum!
My first visit to Rio was some-time ago and my last trip reinforced my theory that in much older cultures like Brazil, and certainly Rio, ideas and traditions don’t change as quickly as they do in the rapid-fire US of A.
The last time light streamed through the front windows at 254-56 S. 12th Street was in 1965. Now iCandy is letting the sun shine in.
This week the queens used their comedic prowess to read each other and roast EVERYONE!
Hey Drag Racers! This week, the queens had to bravely use their own voices to sing a ‘We Are The World’ inspired melody.
Funny thing about London … Being Gay was fairly well accepted for centuries in the British Capitol – Shakespeare, Richard the Lionhearted, Sir Isaac Newton