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Re: Occupy Wall Street

Chi Chi ·
Tomorrow's Schedule: October 15th International Day of Action Occupy Wall Street's October 15th - Day of Actions have actions targeting banks throughout the day around specific themes: jobs, education, housing, environment, and war. It will culminate with a mass convergence at Times Square, 5pm. Thousands will be participating throughout the day. Don't miss Occupy Wall Street's biggest day! Complete Schedule for NYC 11AM - March on the Banks ... From Liberty Square to Chase We will then...
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Re: Occupy Wall Street

Chi Chi ·
Tomorrow is going to be historic! Here is full May Day NYC info and schedules attached below, or visit Facebook Group http://www.facebook.com/OccupyWallSt
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Re: Hurricane Irene on the Motherboards NYC

Chi Chi ·
In case there is any confusion right now about evacuating with pets: The usual ban on pets on the subway has been lifted during the evac - remember that all mass transit is shutting down at noon Saturday. If you have a carrier case/kennel for your pet, NYC emergency shelters have a separate area where pets in their carriers will be housed. Owners are responsible for walking and feeding them. So, please make sure you have access to your pet's carrier/kennel. I am looking for more information...
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Re: NOTS 21 "The Wild Heart" announced for May 6, 2011

Chi Chi ·
THE JACKIE FACTORY NYC PRESENTS NIGHT OF A THOUSAND STEVIES 21: THE WILD HEART FRIDAY MAY 6, 2011 THE HIGHLINE BALLROOM 431 WEST 16TH STREET NYC DOORS OPEN 9 PM - 4 AM $20 TILL FEBRUARY 6, $25 THEREAFTER 18 AND OVER, 21 TO DRINK Box Office http://www.highlineballroom.com/bio.php?id=1814 More Info http://www.mothernyc.com/stevie/index.html JACKIE FACTORY Producers CHI CHI VALENTI, JOHNNY DYNELL and HATTIE HATHAWAY are delighted to announce the 21st annual NIGHT OF 1000 STEVIES, back for the...
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Re: RAGS ARE RICHES Costume Recycling 5/5 BOWERY POETRY

Chi Chi ·
Here are the drop-off locations for RAGS ARE RICHES Please bring your donations to the following drop-off locations ONLY DURING THE DATES AND TIMES LISTED DOUBLE DOWN SALOON Wednesdays April 3, 10, 17, 24 and May 1 Accepting donations from noon-8 PM 14 AVENUE A (1-2nd Street) Leave with bartender ABBY or write "ATTENTION: ABBY" on the bag(s) HOWL ARTS OFFICE Thursdays April 11 and 25 Accepting donations from 3-6 PM 636 BROADWAY (at Bleecker St.) Suite 512 (Fifth Floor) Please call (212)...
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Re: Viva Warriors: Steve Lawler, Detlef LIVE, Will Monotone 5/9

Euphoria ·
A limited amount of combo tickets are available for DJ Steve Lawler and Victor Calderone + Timo Maas this weekend at Sankeys NYC for $40 BUY THEM HERE! http://www.wantickets.com/Sank...alderoneZanettaOrtiz
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Re: Trance.Here.Now. Pres Kyau & Albert at Cielo 5/29

Euphoria ·
Last chance to purchase advanced tickets for Kyau & Albert at Cielo Nyc https://www.clubtickets.com/us...u?subPromoter=Zaneta $25 To RSVP for the reduced guestlist email euphoriaxnyc@gmail.com and mention ZEE'S LIST at the door!
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Re: Remembering Terence Sellers aka Mistress Angel Stern

Chi Chi ·
Terence's NYC memorial ONE DECADENT LIFE announced for October 9, 2916 at Howl Happening Gallery http://mothernyc.com/terence Details to come...
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Re: Your favorite Jackie theme?

Night Nurse ·
My favorite night of all has to be the Home Shopping Network, because it was my first night ever at Jackie. I had been told my several different people- "oh, you would love Jackie." So I went one night, and it was packed to the rafters, but when I walked in I was entraced by Marti and Jessica on stage- dialing the phone, teasing each other's hair, etc. Like nothing I had ever seen before. What I wore will not be discussed, though I remember it too well, as such things have long since been...
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

hatches ·
This would be the start of a thread about "Whispers", the weekly party that ran at the Pyramid in NYC from 1984-1988 or 9. Modelled after a gay bar in upstate New York, it was billed as an event for the "Complete Suburban Homosexual" and welcomed "Gay and Lesbian Hairdressers, Waiters, Florists, Showfolk...and sensitive straight people" Hapi Phace was the hostess. Does anyone else remember this?
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Re: NYC Expatriates Topic

fifibear ·
we just finished a week of covering a music festival here in beautiful warm miami, we had the best time of our lives but happy that something so magical is over now. We always miss the new york life when we are far and we especially miss the stinky meat district area where we use to walk to florent after staying out all nite at jackie 60, stay the way you are NYC we'll be back soon.
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Re: RIP, VIP

dazed ·
together again at last. RIP Rockets, you were a NYC star and you will be missed.
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Re: NYC Expatriates Topic

Luxury Lex ·
The thought of being a NYC expatriate has crossed my mind many times as of late. I too was at the Winter Music Conference in March in sunny Miami, and I had some of the best club experiences I have EVER had in my life. Powerhouse DJs and clubgoers from the around the world brought back many fond memories for me of the NYC club scene in the late 80s when I first moved here. In particular at Miami's Club Space and Crow Bar, I was surrounded by a glamorous, friendly, diverse, international...
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Re: NYC Expatriates Topic

Luxury Lex ·
Yikes! I didn't mean to imply that I PREFERRED Miami to New York, simply that I enjoyed its club scene, and it WAS a lot of fun. There is an element of sleaze and hedonism in the city's nightlife that reminded me of how things used to be here. Even Iggy Pop agrees on that. Of course, I was there during the Winter Music Conference when all the best and brightest DJs and clubgoers from around the world converge on the city, so undoubtedly I experienced the creme de la creme. Under ordinary...
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Re: Tracks NYC

Luxury Lex ·
I'm almost certain that in the beginning the three Traxx (NYC, DC and Denver) were owned by the same people and it was a chain, but later the original owners sold off the franchise one by one. Arguably Traxx DC could have been the best of the three. I only went there a few times in the early -mid 90s but was impressed with how it blended the music of the NYC version with the indoor/outdoor ambiance of the Denver version, which also featured a large outdoor patio and sandpit. But the NYC...
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Re: BURNING MAN

dresscode ·
in 2002 we will rock BURNING MAN i have a much greater understanding of the concept now, thank you Gobs. so get back to NYC for DADDY, fall will be very special this year.
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

May all of our loved ones be alright. The news here in Australia is scary. There is talk of America going to war. Of thousands dead. I wish I could send blood from Australia. I have been up watching this since it began for me here at 11:30pm here/about. It's 7:30 am now. Desperate to reach loved ones in NYC. If you will, pray with me? Dear Goddess Dear God Dear any Deity who is listening; Protect those injured and awating help, may they or as many as is possible be found safe; Shine on those...
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Re: Love Machine

daddy ·
You seem to ba a real Page fan. Check out her NYC Girl page. (We really need some new pics of her though) http://www.queenmother.tv/nycgirl/page/page.html
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Sheril Veniger ·
I would kill to go to one of those shows,I feel Im missing out on so much. Marcs' designs are fabulous.Another one of my fav designers is Thierry Mugler. Fashion week in NYC and Im watching it on E Televison.. Anyway keep us informed luv.
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
I took a one day Thai cooking course. They actually cover a hell of a lot in one day! I'll soon be the green curry queen of NYC! So this guy I'm dating here in Chiang Mai, Wat, the one who had the circle jerks with the monks, he's really great to hang out with. I feel like a biker chick on the back of his motorcycle! He's entering graduate school to become a teacher. He's a bartender in a very odd location. At this three level flea market type place there is a weird long hallway on the side...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Nicky LaLa ·
awww...im sorry that your relationship with your lovely boy had to end. i wish i could get cool pants made for 24 dollars. im really picky about my pants and the way they fit and how my jeans hang - so i usually just opt for making them myself - or buying a pair and butchering them into how i want them to be. when are you coming back to nyc? nick(y) lazaro www.disenchanted.icyempire.com
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Re: RIP, VIP

katrina ·
Just making sure you know that there is a whole Sylvia Rivera topic on Trans NYC Forums where Rose has posted many of her obits and info. Sylvia Rivera Topic There is also someone posting about a memorial in Boston there for any of our Beantown Motherlovers...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
I saw yet another glizy drag revue. This one was in Bangkok. While it was the sorry little sister of the Pattaya shows, it still took place in a huge glitzy theater and had very big cast. This was the only one that got a little raunchy, in sort of a stripper sort of way. During one number the trannies all were dancing seductively in whorey outfits with their nipples popping out. The predominantly Indian tourbus crowd was living! If ya' can't get it driving a cab in NYC, go to Bangkok! [This...
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Re: 57 Varieties ( Club 57 Remembered)

kil0watt ·
I think around '81 Club 57 started hosting parties at Irving Plaza. A Ukrainian sponsor/host (Stanley?) would dare the punks to throw beer cans and bottles at him on stage. (They obliged.) I remember the Invaders and Regina and the Red Hots. Whatever happened to Regina Richards? Did Chris Spedding and the B-52s also play here, or was that later in the life of Irving Plaza? Wow--just zoned on Nervus Rex--what about Lauren Agnelli? Where are all the NY Rock babes of yore? cheers to my NYC...
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Glamnerd ·
Remember too that last years may pole was forked into 2 points at the top....very eerie. It was so great to see someone experience Beltane for the first time. I know last year was just as magical for me. It truly is a recharge for me, creatively, spiritually and physically. I was told by someone last year that you get something different every year. I can see it now. This year was just as beautiful, strange, carefree, emotional, relaxing, exhausting, scary, stupid, and profound as last year...
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
well, we are on our way back today. it will take us 24 hours to get home but boy do we have some stories for you. Hong Kong was totally insane. We have been so busy that I had no time to post. but we have met some of the most amazing charecters on the planet....I have finally had the "Blade Runner" fantasy I have dreamed about for years. The first night I walked off the plane was like something I wished for as a teen. All the streets were wet reflecting the TONS of neon signs,I walked around...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Urban Femme ·
As a genetic New York Jewish girl, I want to say that I love this community. I've only recently discovered it--thank heaven you all exist!!! I've been to Cheez Whiz a couple of times and think it is the coolest, most welcoming spot in NYC. Thank you Sweetie! I met my girlfriend on 'altmatch' and she is the most beautiful, sweetiest tgirl in the world (I could go on and on, but it gets very mushy). The bad thing is that she lives in Chicago and I live here, but hopefully we can live together...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
Wow, what a great experience to share. I do hope you check out the Cheez Whiz forum in NYC CLUBS and EVENTS. Love is one of those things we all are sooooo worthy of, and for you to have found it in such an exciting way is really way beyond cool. I would certainly hope the next time you are at The Whiz you would say hi and remind me our connection on the boards.
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Stacy Amber ·
When the umbrella term "transgender" started to encompass everyone on the Benjamin scale, from 1 to 6, I welcomed it. I remember how the NYC Drag Queens fought to not be included under that term at Stonewall 25, in order to have a separate marching contingent from Transgender. I was saddened by that at the time, but now have more understanding. There is really very little that an active transsexual (I make that distinction as I have encountered so many on the net that call themselves...
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Re: Provincetown

bobby ·
I found out the hard way Daddy. " I am not an animal! I am a man!" John Merrick. Now I am itching and covered in poisen ivy. But they are sooo cute those little furry worms. They will all soon be gypsy moths and fly away and I will still be itching! Headed back to NYC from June 6th - june 12th..anyone want a ride to Ptown on june 12th? Kisses xxx
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

ToddTomarrow ·
HEY ALL LULU HERE!!!!! Love the Target Sprouse soooo much and will be pop'n up on my web site soon. Thanks to MOTHER for everything. Time is coming faster than ever and am leaving NYC on June 26. Dont think I can put up any more EBAY stuff til we leave but will keep u all posted. Will miss all my extended family. but thank god for email and the internet.
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Stacy Amber ·
All I can do is nod in agreement and say "so well stated." I think I know what you mean, Sweetie, about not having a focused point, but I think that there is one there somewhere. This is a difficult topic to really tie together for some reason. I obviously have a lot of mixed feelings about it. Perhaps it's a flaw of character on my part, but I still haven't much sympathy or patience for anyone who is scared to death to show their colors in this world. Maybe that's where support is sorely...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Stacy Amber ·
" I guess for me, my freedom to live as I please was a higher priority than it is for some. " That may be it in a nutshell, Miss Understood. Sometimes the desire may be growing and latent and its a matter of timing. I remember what a quiet, shy kid I was until in 8th grade, the boy behind me in class would not leave me alone. He was always whispering funny things to me and singing songs to me really low until he finally won me over and in a big way. Suddenly I was transformed, which really...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Rose Royalle ·
Well, my mind expanding Sweetie, this drop the bomb topic has been running around my already busy brain for days. I'm very happy to see people expressing themselves and shedding their experiences. (Stacy, welcome home honey, I've often wondered how you were doing.) A Transgendered Woman Is A Transgendered Woman Is A Transgendered Woman! A transgendered woman is not a man! A transgendered woman is not a woman! (Repeat chorus) Bobby Miller and I are friends. I love him as a human being and as...
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Re: WWAWD - What Would Andy Warhol Do?

pretty ·
If you enjoyed reading High On Rebellion , The story of Max's Kansas City, Please Kill Me, The Oral history of Punk or Jim Carrol's The BasketBall Diaries and other Stories this is an evening you will be mad for Chris Rael Presents MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE OF THE WARHOL ERA Featuring TAYLOR MEADE PENNY ARCADE CHURCH OF BETTY With special guest BABE THE BLUE OX Sunday, June 16, 8 pm The Knitting Factory, 74 Leonard St, NYC $10 (212)219-3006 Evening starts at 8 pm: PENNY ARCADE as ANDREA WHIPS...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Jade ·
Hattie - I like to think I definately would have found the Pyramid if I had made it to NYC then - I loved "My Comrade" when I was at Art School!
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
This subject is always so polarizing, and we've tried to steer clear of it ... While all of it was going on, we were being good little students and getting our education at Ohio University in the middle of nowhere. Zazoo did go to Limelight and Club USA in '92 (or ˜93) and had a blast. The Little Professor bookstore on campus carried "Project X" but that was the extent of our knowledge of the scene in NYC. When Chi Chi posted Michael Wilkinson's note above, we debated for over a week. When...
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Re: The Cockettes

Night Nurse ·
It is a chronicle of those who fancy-danced in heels, glitter, and feathers before us. Furthermore, it is a fascinating to see such a different era- hippie communes, free love, lots of potent LSD (and certainly not the kind of stuff I had in high school a decade later), and a brief time when gender wasn't really an issue (or so it seemed in the movie). At the same time, the scenes from the opening night of their performance in NYC show how some things never change- air kisses, snatchy...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

colleentv ·
Ok- This is an amazing topic and I apoligize for not posting here earlier. I'd been out of sorts a while for personal reasons and am only now getting back into my Colleenisms! That being said I always feel better when I'm here and should just never leave. I started by reading from the begining and there was so much insightful, inspirational and passionate stuff here I thought my head was going to explode! I'll try to keep it short, but... First off Stacy, I can't imagine what it must have...
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Re: Provincetown

Chi Chi ·
Bobby, we miss you and problemstown and really enjoy your updates. Though summer plans are still being finalized, we are thinking of coming up for September 11 week - it looks like it'll be really something to leave town for, and ptown is beautiful then. If we'll be too busy to make it then, we would alternatively come in August, but that's the worst time I know besides July 4. Are you returning to NYC at any time in July? Would love to know: What is that new dishy paper there? Is Billy Rene...
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Re: Provincetown

bobby ·
Hiya hons..Miss you too. Dreamed about Mothership party as if I were there and then woke up, read the boards and it was just as I had dreamt. hitting NYC tomorrow (weds/June 26 - July 1 and then back to Problemstown) Standing in front of Puzzell store blowing bubbles when thre beautiful grandmother-type trannies arrive from three different directions at once and begin to chat.One person in man haircut w/lips/earring/baseball hat/shades and a polka dot dress Second person in pink pastelsummer...
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Re: Mondo Internet

Minerva ·
This guy's incredible, my new hero. Daddy, you should invite him to NYC, get him to run for mayor. He can drive his trailer over from New Zealand. What is it about New Zealanders, anyway? They're all totally bonkers. When I used to bounce at this big sports bar in Chicago, we knew whenever we carded on a New Zealand passport that there'd be a fight that night. Every single time. Of course, later, when bouncing at the gay bar up the road, every night a New Zealander came in we knew we'd find...
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Re: Page

daddy ·
If anyone has any great Page Pics I would love to see them. I'm trying to update her NYC GIRL page. Page's NYC GIRL page You can Email them to me at daddy@mothernyc.com
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Re: Page

antony (Guest) ·
Page died this morning. I am glad that we had this week to honor her before her heart finally stopped beating. Page was a really great star for a lot of us in NYC and I am one among many who will miss her. [This message was edited by antony on 08-29-02 at 02:48 AM.]
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Re: Page

michael ford ·
Dear Page, i will be miss you my darling and always have the fondest memories of you. you are a true NYC legend. you will always be an inspiration to me. a big kiss.
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Re: Page

daddy ·
Hey Josef Can I use that pic on Page's NEW YOR CITY GIRL page? Page's NYC GIRL page I did it. I hope it's OK. I love this picture of her. You rule as always JA. [This message was edited by daddy on 08-06-02 at 06:01 PM.]
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Re: Provincetown

Rose Royalle ·
From Brandon Ohlson (as dictated to me): Am happy to be back in New York after a wonderful month in Provicetown. Daddy's birthday party was a delightful welcome home. Performed Go-Go Real, communed with Bobby Miller, Scotty the Blue Bunny, Edie (dynamic transvestite hoofer from NYC) and the lovely Varla Jean Merman. Soaked in the sun, sand and surf. Met lots of town characters, had a good time doing the show, and enjoyed the much needed respite from NYC. Glad to be back in the swing of...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Zazoo and Satori ·
The documentary is certainly worth a watch. There's a copy on Ebay right now going for 99 cents, ending on 8/14. I'm not totally up on my Manson trivia, but from what I've heard Manson & The Spooky Kids did run around with lunchboxes... some similar fash ion pieces there... Their first album came out right around the time the NYC clubkid scene was dying. Don't know if that was much of a help. Satori
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

dreambot ·
Hey, thanx for the fyi on the pm video, too bad I hadn't checked back sooner to get over to ebay. I've been trying to remedy a keyboard problem on a laptop hand-me-down so my typing is limited with 4 keys not functioning one of which is 'a' which I have to keep in the copy buffer if I want to reply or e-mail. I think I'll have to try Kim's to satisfy my curiosity. thanx-2x rb//nyc//bronx
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

dreambot ·
club kids being youngsters ala nouveau, seemed to be as much of an of exploration in gender identity/preference, as social transmutations, and as I saw it, an alternative to traditional drag. I'm not all that convinced sexual preferences, although predominantly gay (98@100?), was always so absolute. Gay, straight or whatever, one inevitably discovers strong subliminal attractions for persons outside their sphere of gender preference that otherwise may never have been known or acted upon were...
 
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