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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
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: Sex With Taxi Drivers part 2

Chi Chi ·
forgot to tell you javid was @ the **** sunday night. so twisted.
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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 ·
I�m not a writer so please pardon the grammatical errors. I had an adventure last nite I wanted to share. Last night at Kitch Inn I noticed a girl sitting alone with a sad look on her face and went over to cheer her up. Her name was Simone, it turned out she had a fight with her husband. Anyway we danced and drank the night away and she was so loaded I had to drive her home. All night she had been touching me and we were kissing each other lightly, she was so pretty. When we got to her...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
Thre are a few different kinds of drag shows here. There are the gay club shows, the hooker bar shows, and the huge flashy Vegasy shows referred to as "Cabaret." The huge shows are amazing. While they don't incorporate the intentional sense of irony that we NYers love so much in a show, they are SO excessive and overdone that they don't need it. They emulate big splashy musical and music videos. Every number had over 20 dancers in huge, HUGE, costumes. The set keeps changing like on...
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Re: Sex With Taxi Drivers part 2

Chi Chi ·
i was having dinner tonight with a friend on 6th street. i remembered late sunday night outside of a clud almost naked sitting on a bicycle trying to pick up cabbies. all of a sudden eve walked up. didn't get my date. eve?
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
BUTT WIPING...new topic Mommy? So I don't want you all to get the impression that's it's all this gritty street thing. I was just hanging there to experience the realness. Today I did the flashy mall thing. There is this big cluster of huge flashy malls full of affluent Thai teenagers. While there are a lot of American fashion chains, there are also some great Thai designer shops. There's lots of Japanese influence. The American fastfood places are all there in a cluster (KFC, Starbucks,...
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Chi Chi ·
Hi Sheril- We are fans of Thierry too - he has such a clear glamorous vision of The Goddess! We just spoke to him yesterday and if he's back in time, he's going to help judge for the Betty Page night.
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Chi Chi ·
Daddy, what a memory! I had totally forgotten about the KM/KO connection. And you are right, she did look great as she was kicking open the bathroom door last night to share the loo with one of our barbacks. And Glammy, I am sooo worried about the Hilton Sisters these days-- haven't seen hide nor hair. Perhaps they are visiting Dick Cheney?
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
Have you ever noticed how bad travel articles in magazines an newspapers are? They are all formatted around overpriced packages. Even here, if you pick up a free (advertiser funded) tourist guide or map, it is full of listings for things that are absurdly overpriced for what things cost here. This place is so gorgeous that there's not much more the pricey places can offer you. You don't need a pool with a crystal clear ocean in front of you! A simple, lovely, Gilliganesque bungalow is about...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
Actually M. Ra, as I was reading that book all I kept thinking about was how you would live for it! It gets sicker as it goes on but I won't spoil it for you. If Todd ever finishes "My face for the world to see" this should be his next film! I won't embarass anyone by name, but you should see some of the emails I get from certain Asian queens in NY. You sometimes forget that people with limited English will write the way they speak. It's very cute, it's always the "L" and "R" switch. But...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
your travelogues are incredible, missy. they remind me of my trip to thailand and point out to me all the great things i missed. keep on rockin' in the "kinda" free world. when you head up into chang mai, you'll be wooed into hill treks to see these tribal people in their native environs. they're really just human zoos. i was grossly (and i do mean GROSS) disappointed... the akha women were hostile to us when we didn't wanna spend money on their crappy trinkets. they would yank their kids...
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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

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: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
I thank the Boards, Jack, the faeries, Antony, and New York One for educating me about this star. Antony sent her a magical tribute last night at Joe's Pub.
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
You're lucky. Jewelry is sooo much easier to ship! So we went to this straight club called "Hollywood." It's set up like a NY dance club, a big room w/a stage, lots of lighting, and very loud techno. The difference: the room, even the would-be dance floor, is filled with cocktail tables. You either sit or stand at your table. Maybe 15% of the crowd will dance next to their table. Most people tend to get a bottle and mixers. We do that every night we go out drinking here. It's dirt cheap,...
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
Last weekend I went to Seattle for a visit. After seeing the usually family I went to find some late night fun. I ended up initially at a fetish modelling place called X-otic Tan. Unique and kinda pricy for me but worth it. The first night (Friday) I got a private dance and went crazy while kissing the models soft sexy feet. the next night I went back (after raiding the ATM) and had another session. While waiting in the lobby I talked with this middle aged truck driver type. He was talking...
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
thanx empress... i hadn't looked at it until you said to. goddess bless those faeries! can they turn it out or what?? i can't wait to be back in new york with all of those/you freaks!!!! and i was so glad to see what looked like an INCREDIBLE turnout for someone who sounds like an INCREDIBLE spirit. RIP, VIP indeed. btw... the cute bearded boy (in the pic with the other boy closing his eyes) is aaron. he was at the whiz on my last night there. the one featuring eyelids is jan ("yon"). and...
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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

Nancy Isla ·
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: Displaced Radical Faeries

Nancy Isla ·
There's so much to share, which will come in time, but a quick note on DJ Sammy Jo planting seeds for a Universal harvest-- who knew he was such a skilled gardener: Pickles managed to filter "Edge of Seventeen" through his speakers in the very early morning hours, perhaps precisely one week before The Battle of A Thousand Stevies. That moment still pulses through me as I prepare for Friday night. He and Rob electronically channeled so many of our faerie friends into that party-- we welcomed...
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Nancy Isla ·
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: Displaced Radical Faeries

Nancy Isla ·
Im here in the middle of a render wander at work and I was thinking of a funny thing that reminded me of Empress, (one of the several times i thought of her on the mountain) . Pinky, who is one of the most MAJOR and elder faeries (who I had the honor to hold hands with during the lifting of the May pole). was in the kitchen very late one night, I was about to take the long haul back to my tent but thought I would stop in the kitchen and get a snack for the way. When i arrived to my surprise...
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
I saw The Jazz Passengers with Debbie last night at "The Knitting Factory" They were great! I especially loved their twisted Ska / funk version of "The Tide Is High". As much as I loved the show however, I couldn't help but think that something was missing. The musicians are brilliant, Debbie's voice is better than ever, she looks incredible... I just kept picturing two skinny little bookmark dancers on each side of Debbie doing interpretive Isadora Duncan-esk dance moves. Food for thought.
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
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 ·
Last night was amazing, packed house,sold out show(2,000 people), crazed fans. Deb sounded amazing. Total rock show, down to the stalker who jumped on stage in the middle of "Hanging on the Telephone" while Garrett and I were slam dancing around her.Security knocked him to the ground and we just kept slam dancing around them.They said in all 10 years of doing this night no one has ever done that(jumped on stage)...the power of Debravation. I stayed out with the 2 cuties we met on the Graham...
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Re: Your favorite Jackie theme?

Chi Chi ·
Well, you certainly hit some legendary nights! "COKEWHORE: I'm not a cokewhore... I'm a model!" was one of my personal faves too. Sister Cody was brilliant as "Cokewhore". I saw her last night and have to say she looks great. All cleaned up and living her life as a blonde.
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Re: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
1. Hello, Kitty. 2. Abba Gold. 3. Fame, the Musical. 4. Hello, Kitty. 5. Strip Joints up the wazoo. 6. Hello, Kitty. 7. President Clinton. I'm off for a bit of tennis with Bill before rehearsal. Showtime tomorrow night! XXOO
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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: DH and the Fishsticks

Glamnerd ·
Hey all, we made it to London, 3 hour layover and then...home. Jade- we perform to DAT tracks. no live band.But a lot of the songs are remixes for nightclub dates. Wait till you hear about the Hong Kong show! Bill Clinton and this water sweetie. We brought Jaiko and Viva to Hong Kong to perform with us because the venue was so huge. It was an enormous convention center built in the harbor,huge stage, 2 huge projection screens,lights....yadda yadda. The whole thing was so sick. We performed...
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
Hey Bobby, Don't know what our summer is like yet. We have so many things up in the air right now but we really want to get there sometime in June. Captain Jack's of course. Gennaro is torturing. He wants more landscaping around his grave. He is no longer satisfied with the flower treatment. He now wants trees & shrubs! So if you see him at "Bar Rush" tell him I'm on it. Legendary birthday by the way. Everyone is still talking about it. AND LOOK OUT! Last night at Cheezwhiz Miss...
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

Chi Chi ·
a friend gave me Interview with a Vampire, and it sat on my shelf for over a year. one night i casually started reading it, and immediately wanted to know what happens. i have since read everything she has written, most recently Vittorio the Vampire. i believe there is a hard cover out now on Marius, Lestat's fabeled mentor. i too think The Whitching Hour was nothing short of epic. Rowan Mayfair is a fascinating character, but for me, and seemingly for Anne, Julian is the key to the mystery...
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Chi Chi ·
For two hours last night, a well-aimed jet would have wiped fashion out well into the 2020s. In attendance on the roof of 60 Thompson Street, for Bloomingdale's Big Daddy Cal Ruttenstein's CFDA Lifetime Achievement award dinner- First Brood Vampire and divinity KARL LAGERFELD, Marc Jacobs, Stephen Sprouse, Anna Wintour, Anna Sui, Ralph Lauren, Diane Von Furstenberg, Lauren Hutton, Helmut Lang, Susie Menkes, new designer Zack something who Alba brought to Jackie when he was 12, dysfunctional...
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Chi Chi ·
Where was Sammy Jo last night? What's the point of having kids if they don't come to your launches... cut the cord darling!
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Andy Warhol TV director and longtime cultural archivist Don Monroe (see the Don-A-Thon Topic here) died last night of cancer. I will post details of his wake here which will be on Bleecker Street Wednesday night. We join with New York's other great factory in mourning his loss.
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Chi Chi ·
Partially out of solidarity with my possibly soon-to-be-cremated Hindu sisters and partially out of not-wanting-to-wear-fashion-to-the-fashion-event-sweetie, I've re-discovered my bright red and gold wedding sari that KB tricked out for the "Jackie Goes To India" bash some years back and have been featuring it nonstop for last few nights out, with red fishnet top under. It is a total blast wearing this, and gets you dressed so quickly and glamorously that you really see why all those...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
When I was around the age of 25 I had two things that I wanted to do with my life. To be on Broadway are Drive race cars. I had done alot of theater at this point and the racing that I had done was pretty good and most poeple thought that I could go along way in racing. I decided to stay in NY and continue acting. The point to this little story is that in the time that I was thinking about racing fulltime I allways had this little dream in my head about how I could go aroung the country...
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Re: WWAWD - What Would Andy Warhol Do?

Zazoo and Satori ·
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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
Great post Ms Royale!!! So many great points so well tended to. I really must say however...... I really do not see myself as a "Leader". I am a damn good entertainer, a big mouth, a passionate soul, a lot of things, but I do not pretend to be a leader, I am simply finding my way with the rest of the flock. Mine and Glorya's bad blood stems back as far as I can recall to stupidly enough a club pass promoting QUEEN BEE. It then involved me supposedly trying to lure a dj of hers away (a friend...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
Against some of my better judgement, I'm going to throw this out about part of my experience(s) with Glorya, though I restrained myself from getting involved in the mudslinging in another forum (despite wanting very much to join in). The first time I worked for Glorya was at one of her Pyramid Club Parties back in 1995. I danced on the bar in heels, panties and bustier all night long. At the end of the night, she said that the party didn't make enough money and none of the dancers would get...
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Re: Party Monster - Michael Alig

Chi Chi ·
I must say its a shame their sorry lives will be the focus of hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars of film, talent and energy. There seems so much more worth showing the world than troubled souls trying so desperately to have a good time. Maybe its what people need to see, I dont know. It certainly has fascination - in a 'how low can you go' kind of way. One thing's for sure, its definately a New York story. I wonder if this film will reveal the disconnection, the desperation...
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

Chi Chi ·
First of all let me just say the Vampire Chronicles are GORGEOUS. So sensual, and when reading the passages in Queen of the Damned involving Armand and Daniel (the human interviewer of Interview) I still get so hot that I have to throw down the book at some point and jack off. I confess I've only read the first three: Interview, The Vampire Lestat and Queen of the Damned. Of these three, Queen of the Damned is my favorite, because its like those special issue comic books where all the...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
For so many years I was closeted to the point that I was losing my sanity, I was virtually scared to death to go out in drag. The first time I went out it was to Click and Drag at Fun, and I was a mess, I was so scared I couldn't even hold my drink and it spilled on the floor breaking the glass, but by the end of the evening I was having a wonderful time and the barrier I had for so long battled to overcome was over. After that Click and Drag closed. The second time I went out to the...
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Re: Sex With Taxi Drivers part 2

Chi Chi ·
I remember slurping on backwash it was after last call My dress was a couture pattern of stains from a variety of spilled alcohols.. I clinched me cellphone but hadn't received a single number to call. Then I woke up on the sidewalk, missing one of my brand new 8th street heels Searched for it in my thriftstore purse as I stepped in, what felt like "oatmeal?" THAT was just the beginning of the "Kinky Pakistani Cabdriver Ordeal". The night time city street was swirly as hundreds of "off-duty"...
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
Opening night of Provincetown Film Festival.Lots of stars in town this weekend. Saw " Elvira's Haunted Hills"..Superb, funny,very early Mel Brooks meets DQ humour. Kevin bacon and wife, Matt Damon and Megan who plays Karen on Will & Grace seen all over town Rainy and cold.High tide.Too many people in town. The town's gone gaga over movie stars and the A&P is closed this time of night Think I'll stay in and post on the Motherboards all night long.
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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: The Cockettes

Chi Chi ·
I can't wait to see dear George Harris (Hibiscus). Is this going to have a full run?? Just one night?
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Michael's lover Gareth sent me a note that Michael died last night between 8-9PM, at Saint Vincent's of complications due to HIV/AIDS which he had been fighting bravely for years. Gareth shut off his med tubes at 8PM because Michael loved curtain time. I'm sure many of you remember the pierced and tattooed very handsome couple, Michael and Gareth who frequented Jackie 60, Click & Drag and recently Cheez Whiz. Michael was an actor/songwriter. He was one of the girls in "Cage" on Broadway...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
I must agree that trans-discrimination has been phenomenally irrational and intense, but I have seen wonderful changes for the better. I have experienced just about evey kind of abuse over the years. It's important to keep ones center and not take any o f that harshness inside of oneself, but to recognize it for what it is and let it go. Yes, it has often seemed that too many people believe that a Transperson is nothing but something to point at, laugh and gawk. Many young men and some not...
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Re: The Cockettes

Chi Chi ·
Dearies- The film is I believe playing for one night only-Friday June 28 for 3 screenings at The Quad. Here is the information from Veronica. I am not sure which screening JD and I will be attending, but will post it here.
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