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Re: Danny Tenaglia's Debut @ District 36 [Sat 10.22]

D36 ·
District 36 Presents Danny Tenaglia Oct. 22nd Danny Tenaglia fans, you're in luck! The Grammy nominated producer is coming to none other than District 36 on Saturday, October 22nd. Danny will be spinning his bold, internationally recognized beats within a 14,000 square foot systemized sound space - the nightclub heart of the Garment District. Step inside District 36 today, it's almost impossible to believe this chic and gorgeous dance club was once a clothing factory. The transformation is...
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Re: Occupy Wall Street

Chi Chi ·
Just back from Occupy Union Square after a most moving late afternoon - above all the sight of the OCCUPY LIBRARY being pushed about in carts by guerilla librarians. Fantastic to see the high school kids out en masse and THOUSANDS in Union Square. Inspiring, wonderful.
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Re: Blacklips

daddy ·
Rose: I haven't seen Lulums in awhile either. I hear he may move to California to go to chef's school!
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
being back at my dad's house for the start of STH is just TOO perfect. AND the current news stories to boot... let's begin. when my dad remarried (the first time) i got a new stepmother and two stepbrothers. l****, the older of the two, was a year younger than me and lived at my dad's house with his mom. and it was his bedroom - the bottom bunk to be exact - that i would stay in on my "bi"-weekly visits to that house. (every other weekend, natch.) we were at a very curious age. and even...
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
I know Sweetie, I always wound up with the drummer in high school too.
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
Hello. Right off the bat - I am a genetic girl. I could not resist posting after I read some of these encounters, though I realize you boys don't care much about the puss. Softsoles, darling, you inspired me to spill. When I first came to NY (8 years ago, I am 25) my experiences prepped me for times to come. I used to pick these testosterone puppets up out side of bars (bouncers, oui) and get them to take me home. A schoolgirl skirt will do wonders. But, here in NY, these "str8" men require...
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
Travel sex is the best sex, don't you all think? You don't have to pretend to take someone's name and number. I went to Vegas right after high school graduation, and met up with a girlfriend. She and I decided to hit a party. When we got there, there seemed to be quite a few hard male bodies in attendance. Whaddya know? A Brazilian futbol team! I found myself in a hot-tub filled to the brim with naked, tan, AFFECTIONATE men. Now, you must understand, I do have some sort of modesty. So when...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
So the caves were shallow, no big deal. But then I went on this loooong walk up to a mountaintop shrine. It was all steps...2200 steps! It was exhausting but the view was breathtaking. There were lots of monks meandering around. I was dying to suck one off! Let me explain. Thailand is swarming with monks, usually dressed in these orange or mustard robes. Most men, sometime after high school, become a monk for a few months to a year, as a learning and spiritual experience. They are not...
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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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
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?

sweetie ·
" 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: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Chi Chi ·
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: The Cockettes

Chi Chi ·
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: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Holly was a steam roller. She paved the way. She had one of the first galleries in SOHO. When SHE moved downtown EVERYONE moved downtown. Holly started so many people's careers. Too many to mention. She was often the first person to give an artist a break. Most of the household name artists of the 70's, 80's, 90's and beyond got their start somehow with Holly. Holly, subsequently, had one the best art collections in the world. Going to her apt. (57th Street) was like going to the Museum of...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Chi Chi ·
Two persepctives on what's going on in Times Square and the sex market. First, from today's NY Daily News: And a more lenghty analysis from the NY Times:
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

D ·
i think it's pronounced: WAR-nuh-RO-vitch. is that right? a true genius from what i know, which is admittedly very little. a lover of mine introduced me to his poetry and told me stories of installations he would do in rooms on the piers. i would love to hear more and know where to look for more of his work. school me!! this is the first artist whose name has brought me into this new forum.
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

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---Or, Daddy-D. & Hatches, "We tell ourselves stories to keep ourselves alive," says Joan Didion, as quoted in an intro to a "quasi-fiction" American queer "best of" anthology featuring the work of David Wojnarowicz ... by Brian Bouldrey ---Goblin, for thee I have done mass research and have compiled a "DW" file of information for this topic some 40 pages in length ... It is too much for any one person to take in one night. So I will be adding links to names and places throughout this...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

D ·
Daddy-D: I promise not to dreg up emotions too often. And someday, you and Chi Chi will have to let me write a bit about your early exploits. This is something I look forward to. You know, one of the first conversations I had with Rose, maybe about four years ago, was about whether or not I could come in to Mother early one night just to interview her. She seemed to me to have stories untold of amazing interest (however since there was no place to publish such tales) I did not pursue the...
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Re: Adam Ant

Anna Nicole ·
You "opened up" Wham? I thought those girls were already spread WIDE open! Maybe Billy just experimented in his youth. That novel/movie is supposed to be autobiographical. From the Web: (b. 1954) Half-Pakistani British novelist, screenwriter, and essayist and a paragon of the modern multicultural intellectual. Kureishi made his mark with the pair of screenplays he wrote for director Stephen Frears: My Beautiful Launderette (1985) and Sammy and Rosie Get Laid (1987). Before Launderette,...
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

Zazoo and Satori ·
No! A dancefloor is everybody's always!!! And I did love watching it--you two running off!! You couldn't pay people to look so jarred!! And the faux pas is mine. The theory was to make an interactive imprmptu video. The problem (well technically there were several glitches) but the biggest being -- the music is not yet appropriate for the dance floor, perhaps even to ears. If it was, people wouldn't have been so confused. But I got through it and had to laugh myself at the mockery I made.
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Re: Adam Ant

Anna Nicole ·
i just saw that adam's recent descent into mental illness is all the attention adam got & feel this must be remedied. (oh right, he's obnoxious & cute too. like i said.) adam took my 11-year-old, boring, suntan-parlors-&-gift-shops suburban world (yes i was raised on LI) & turned it upside down with one viewing of "stand & deliver!" a pretty boy in makeup with pistols & tall leather boots?! GIVE ME MORE!! my teenage self yelled: antmusic for sexpeople, indeed. he's...
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Re: Burlesque Queen MISS KELLY WEBB Loses Everything in Tragic Thanksgiving Fire- PLEASE READ

sweetie ·
Miss Webb, You have my deepest sympathy. I know how much you loved your kitty. I'll bring some 'drag by yoga center. If you need stuff for school let us know(call Jack) or even if just want me to carry your books. Most of all, please know how much we love you! curtsy
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
I guess almost everything revolves around sex, and well, money too, but that's another forum entry all together. I leisurely mouse-clicked into a Maui gay chat room tonight on the World Wide Web, barefoot, topless, holding my java in my hand, wearing nothing more than a pair of tight faded Levi's with a paint stain on the crotch and a rip in the left knee. I'm not one for online chat programs really. ICQ and Yahoo Messenger sit tranquil upon my desktop collecting Internet dust and most of my...
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Chi Chi ·
SLC punk has nothing on Siouxicide City Iowa (also known as Sewer City). Last night had great run in with a punk legend in these parts as well as others, long-lost cracker of my ribs in high school in the mosh pit, Pete Phillips, who actually was playing at CBGBs around the time of the Hookerball 2. Apparantly, the Jackie crowd left quite an impression on him. And this is no small feat! Saw four amazing acts last night, and forgot just how talented these kids are out here. white soul I think...
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Re: 57 Varieties ( Club 57 Remembered)

hatches ·
That was the best Club 57! I did one of my very first "performance art pieces" there. I was in art school (School of Visual Arts) at the time. I hooked up two big BORROWED tv sets to all of this electronic equipment that Laurie Anderson loaned me (God bless her). It was all choreographed to a disco drum beat with this drummer guy that I met in the park. He now has gone on to drum with hundreds of DJs in hundreds of clubs but believe me, that was the first time. He really didn't understand my...
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Re: tori amos

Jade ·
I love me some Torn Anus... Oh wait that's not right, wrong topic I think that's going on in Mondo Internet right now No, We're big Tori fans here, although her last few albums have become more inaccessible. I've heard rumors that she often gets off on her bench/stool during concerts. Now that's feeling the music! We have a friend that was going through a really tough time in high school, and he was a HUGE Tori fan (this was before her first album made it big) Anyhow, His mom contacted Tori,...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

D ·
My education really went as far as 8th grade- I never made passed the first year of high school, got my G.E.D. later and went to a few semesters of college- left that as well, and everyone thought I was crazy when I received a full scholarship to the Art Institute of Chicago,and said "fuck it- I don't want to go" and it was not because I think there is nothing more for me learn, they just were not teaching the things that I was/ am interested in- (even if I didn't know what it was I wanted...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I don't think Miss minds people talking about her...it's when they STOP talking that you've got to worry. And I don't think she's there yet--she's still on the plane! Speaking of who he looks like, he told me that in high school he was often told he looked like John "Ducky" Crier. I got the same thing--but me & Miss do not look at all alike. I guess it was a polite 80s way of saying: "You are gay."
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

Zazoo and Satori ·
**Tonya blown off her stool at school this morn by all that is Zazoo & Satori, JoJo & Gigi, and what you are making of this world** I am taking the guise Paula Abdul (per American Idol last night) and taking a stand to clap my hands at the performance (well, visions) I am viewing!
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Never got to know this fella but he sounds like my kind of wheeler dealer: (***nytimes pay per view link removed 5/23/03) Colin de Land, a New York art dealer whose ambivalence about commercialism was reflected in an art gallery that sometimes resembled an anti-art gallery, if not a work of Conceptual Art, died on Sunday at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital. He was 47. The cause was cancer, said Dennis Balk, an artist represented by Mr. de Land's gallery, American Fine Arts. With little...
 
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