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bobby Miller ·
The gorgeous Lulu ( Todd Tomorrow) Photo Bobby Miller / " Wigstock in Black & white"
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Re: BLACK COFFEE joins LIBATION @ Sullivan Room-Thurs. Oct. 11th

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THURSDAY NIGHT!!! BLACK COFFEE joins LIBATION @ Sullivan Room
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Re: BLACK COFFEE joins LIBATION @ Sullivan Room-Thurs. Oct. 11th

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THURSDAY NIGHT!!! BLACK COFFEE joins LIBATION @ Sullivan Room
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Re: Blacklips

Poison Eve ·
Dearest Hattie : You were lucky recieving the salamamis as a doorprize - other "lucky guests" got an assortment of antique crackpipes, Depeche Mode records studded with nails and some kind of mobile made out of canned peas, a dry-cleaning hanger and dental floss. Not to mention the $1 pink & black 14th Street undies that one unsuspecting patron got! PS to Bobby - I'd love the pic of you as Joey. I'll contact you via e-mail! Thanks, hon.
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

Billy Beyond ·
Just another Saturday night really.... Our theme for the month of Saturdays was Pyramid flight 101. Basically we're talking about six men in drag as stewardesses hosting an evening of dancing and stewardess type entertainment in the grand tradition. let's see, there were nuts being served on the dancefloor...I remember Sister packaging pairs of almonds in dime bag sized mini-ziplocs. There was some sort of boarding pass balderdash at the door and annoying the guests with five or ten minutes...
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Re: BURNING MAN

goblin73 ·
burning man is fabulous. it can renew my faith in humanity. and as a "ritual junkie" i'm so into the neo-pagan/cyber-shamanic aspect of the whole effigy burning in the desert thang. (not to mention the mind-expanding psychedelics!!) i love looking out over "the playa" and fantasizing about a colony on the moon that would be just like Black Rock City. THOUSANDS of people all co-existing, all giving one another the freedom to create and live in their own realities, and LOTS OF ART!! it blows...
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Re: BURNING MAN

Minerva ·
Well, it has taken weeks of thought on the issue to reach this decision, and it was tough, tough, tough...but after all the plans and arrangements, I've come to decide that I've simply got to attend Wigstock over Burning Man for the single and obvious reason: Burning Man will continue, Wigstock will not, and I've never been to Wigstock. I want/need that experience, end of story. However, Michael Alig at his height couldn't produce an event that could rival the boundless energy and creativity...
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Re: NYC Expatriates Topic

hatches ·
I agree. Having haunted Miami when Collins Ave was filled with blue haired ladies, and there were stores everywhere selling the most gorge lawn ornaments (especially what seemed to be a thousand varieties of the black jockey holding the lamp), I say, "Another city ruined!" The Delano INDEED!
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Re: NYC Expatriates Topic

Luxury Lex ·
Daddy held for not having ID - appalling! I'm slightly surprised that this occurred in Miami, which apart from Key West is the only section of the state I've ever given a second thought to. The rest of Florida I've always dismissed as a frightening swamp of racist rednecks, Bible Belters, Disney theme parks and Republicans. And now the whole state is damned in my mind for the next 3 1/2 years for handing the presidency to George W. Bush. But Miami, with its heavy hispanic, black and gay...
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Re: NYC Expatriates Topic

Empress Domination ·
oh honey, didn't mean to jump down your throat - you are certainly welcome to your opinion and certainly don't need to apologize for it. I guess I was just surprised, that's all. I guess another thing I really hate about Fla. is the overt racism. In South Beach every time Johnny went down to DJ he would be wined and dined and put up somewhere like the Delano (or in happier times, The Raleigh) - the star treatment, right? But then at least once on every visit he'd be stopped and asked for...
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Re: NYC Expatriates Topic

bobby ·
You mean Daddy isn't a black woman? I'm cornfused.
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Re: Your favorite Jackie theme?

Luxury Lex ·
Absolutely LOVED Klingon Women ... so bizarre and inspired! And Foreskin Fiesta - - the name alone sums it up. Of course, I'm slightly partial to a largely-overlooked theme called Black Like Jackie, circa 1992 when my ex and I, at the time performing in our band Louis Quatorze, mounted the stage in blackface and sang one of our original songs, "tiger! tiger!" which was all about the adventure of Little Black Sambo whipping a tiger into pancakes. Complete with spatulas and doo-rags.
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Re: Your favorite Jackie theme?

daddy ·
That was you??? I remember that show, it was genius! "Black like Jackie" was good as was "Fidler In The Hood" but I think we really perfected Blackness in '99 with "Uncle Charlie's Cabin". Truly one of my faves. It was so over the top! It's really hard to shock people today, especially at one of our events but... black total top masters and their white pussy boy slaves in cages and all set in the pre-civil war South had people's jaws on the floor! I remember black stud Joseph all dressed...
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Re: Your favorite Jackie theme?

Luxury Lex ·
I missed that! You know I am practically on the floor laughing as I read your description of it! Those plantation scenarios! You know I have a gay male Jewish friend who's totally NOT involved in the club world and he LIVES for black and latino studs, she even bought a brownstone in HARLEM. I try to explain sometimes to him all the Jackie themes and gatherings and why I love it so much, but he's kind of uncreative and doesn't really get it. But WAIT until I tell him all you've just told me!
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Re: BURNING MAN

Minerva ·
Dressy: I've got a huge book, two vids and scads of pictures on the subject if you're interested. Seems like a great excuse to spend time with your lovely acerbic self again anyway... Yeah, RV's are expensive, the Goblin's right about that, but they're so very worth it. Domes are dead essential too. My crew always has three or four of each and lots of supporting smaller structures. BTW - Gob, we used to be the notorious Fleshlab, but this it's the "Black Rock City Tours" camp, check them out...
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Re: Sex With Taxi Drivers part 2

dresscode ·
i had balwinder singh today! gorgeous, it was a quickie and i ran him back to my apartment. he was another married man, very thick with the most beautiful shinny black hair 5'11" and tall too! i like the drivers during the day shift so much better but they are much harder to work. and of course i was two and a half hours late for my appointment. i got it all finished and now i'm relaxed. time to reflect....
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

Luxury Lex ·
A few years back I gave up a broom closet share on Seventh Street & First Ave and moved to a huge, two bedroom apartment in Park Slope with a plutonic gay male friend. (I only stayed there a year before deciding I couldn't deal with the commute and fled back to Manhattan). Anyway, my roommate and I agreed to have separate phone lines, and I used a pre-existing one in my bedroom. But my roomie had to have a brand new one installed, so he arranged for a NYNEX guy to come out on a Saturday...
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

sweetie ·
When I was 13, my mother and father took a day trip to Ohio to see my uncle and my brother closest to me in age was suppose to keep an eye on me while they were away. He did a really good job by getting me totally stoned. Later in the evening he had his girlfriend named Andrea come over, and they went downstairs in our family room where my brothers best friend Chris and I could hear her getting the life fucked out of her from where we were upstairs in the livingroom. Well at 13 almost...
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

Guest ·
my first m2m experience happened last year. My former landlord (a divorced tall 40 y/o german stud) accidently found a stack of fetish mags that I had left out one day. He was in the rental to fix the sink and I forgot. That weekend he came by and asked me not to leave my personal stuff lying around. I was so embarrrassed. He was cool though and we struck up a discussion about desires and fetishes. What I didn't realize was that he was bisexual and into kink. I was into heel worship, B/D and...
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Gobs just letting you know that we met up with the faeries in front of Stonewall, and met your fellow Texxxan Huckleberry Fairy. They made the most beautiful hearts with Sylvia's picture and feathers, beads, fluff, glitter etc. and handed them out to the marchers. Daddy is going to scan one of the hearts for the website so you can see it. It was an incredibly touching evening - the procession walking through the Village with the band playing and the coach with white horse and black plumes.
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Shema Nails ·
Visit Black & White bar and meet the Crew http://www.angelfire.com/tv2/thaihoney Or Go to Soi Cowboy and Nana Plaza!!!!
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Nancy Isla ·
I am sorry this post is a long and scattered but since it is fresh in my mind everything came out all at once. My tenses are screwey, and my spelling is a bit off, so patience please... Hey Mom, You would have loved it all! I am by no means a camper, and I dealt with it just fine. I was afraid it would be 200 homos huddled around a habachi (sp?) cooking an eggplant, but they have the system DOWN! Meals are regular 3 times a day. People are asked to participate any way they feel...
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Glamnerd ·
One of the many other memorable moments was the night we all witnessed the sacrifice of Justin's original Kiki dress. It was a cinematographer's wet dream. It was a dark and rainy night; we (Pickles, Granite, Garrett, Denise and Francis, Goneaway, Scooter) went all the way out to memorial ridge for the beginning of the ritual. All of us crouched down in a circle with black umbrellas, granite created a ceremonial circle of rocks and candles. We all tried to keep the candles lit as Granite...
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Jackie Bigalow ·
Around 3pm this afternoon, our cab whoosed by a hot young skinhead wearing a full-length black rubber jacket with all these pilgrim-esque metal buckles shining in the sun. Now THAT'S London, Sweetie. Thanks for the love and well-wishes, Mommy and Daddy. We wish you were here! ps-- Jersey Tomato looked GORGEOUS last night on the Graham Norton show in her spiked patent-leather boots and skirt. Look for Glammy and I in the audience. And don't even ask us about the (multiple) Jayne County...
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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?

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: Fashion, Sweetie

Mister X ·
Legendary British photographer Nick Knight's website http://www.showstudio.com has a downloadable shirt pattern courtesy of art-house designer Yohji Yamamoto. The shirt itself is pictured in the "images" section of the site (handy for those less experienced with clothes making, me included, because it gives you clues as to how to constuct it)...an added incentive, once done making the shirt you can send them a picture of yourself with your own creation! Who says you need to deplete your bank...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

hatches ·
Well, Jade, you could've just stayed at the Pyramid like I did and been oblivious to most of their early lunchpail-isms. Though Sister and I did let Michael throw a party once in the basement lounge, I vowed never to do it again when I saw what a bunch of clown-faced, free-drink-grubbing fools on bad drugs they were. Speaking of clowns, does anyone remember Clowny? He was very underage and a total drug whore. He had a huge member, I remember, and lived at the Hotel 17 (where else?) with a...
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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: 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: Greer Lankton

Miss Horse ·
In the late 80's I used to live about a block away from Einsteins and I must say the store was incredible. You could see some of the best Greer dolls in the Einsteins window: Candy Darling, Divine, Peggy Moffitt, Diana Vreeland. Not only was the boutique full of vintage Chanel and Pucci, but Greer's husband, Paul Monroe, designed beautiful surreal jewelry. Bracelets made of pills, necklaces reflecting with hundreds of mirrors, tiny buckets of champagne on ice swinging from earrings. The...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

B ·
History Wrestles Commerce in Meatpacking District By DENNY LEE (NYT, 8/11/02) The three-year drive to confer landmark status on the meatpacking district is taking on a new urgency. What began as a low-key investigation of warehouses and blood-soaked Belgian blocks has quickened this summer into a race that pits preservationists against developers. "We're hitting a critical juncture," said Andrew Berman, executive director of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. "Several...
 
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