Hey Drag Racers! Well, I hope you had a sweet tooth this week because the ladies served up some candy coated realness. Oh and Roxxxy’s a bitter bitch.
New Orleans and I have had an interesting relationship for years and it is not always a good one. A feminine (to me) city, she can be very stately and refined with glorious food, white pillared mansions, pale gloved ‘ladies’ and an elegance all her own.
Beyond the critical acclaim he has received for images that transform who we are inwardly, lies an artist whose sensational appetite for discussion around the tabooed and outer box focus has lent not just this country but the world over beauty and meaning and new truth, through breathtaking vantages on our dailies that give pause to new realms of possibility in what we believe we know is so.
Stand up and salute – the girls this week made over some hunky Marines
Take a trip down under to check out how gay Sydney really is
A look into how one man, Jeffrey Beaver, is now the voice of the six million people murdered during the Holocaust and his work with The National Holocaust Museum!
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!