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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: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

goblin73 ·
get this... my sister told me about the other boyz! she still runs with some of his old friends. AND she told me that there's an article about him in the current issue of TALK magazine - the one with herr rudy on the cover. (i'll post the page number as soon as i see it for myself.) just look for the picture of him carrying the "first dog." then ask yourself - which one in this picture is really BUSH'S BITCH??!!
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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: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

hatches ·
Ms. Undy, thank you so much for these postings. I am booking a flight ASAP! Especially when I heard of a popular gay club that, on the weekend, charges a $2.50 cover charge which includes two drinks !
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
Well, I finally caught some dirt on Monks. I'm in Chiang Mai, the second largest city, much cleaner than Bangkok, in the North of Thailand. Fifteen minutes one way you're in farm country. Fifteen minutes the other way your in the mountains. I hooked up with this really sweet guy who's been driving me all around on his motorcycle. So he was a temporary monk for much longer than normal because he was orphaned at 9. His uncle was a monk so he went to live with them. I asked if they got nasty in...
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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: New Old New Wave? 1982-->2002

Zazoo and Satori ·
The Duran Duran reunion project is still on. An album, produced by Nile Rodgers, is expected before the end of the year. Nick Rhodes, meanwhile, has been collaborating with original Duran singer Stephen Duffy. They've been re-recording some early Duran Duran demos they made together. Nick has approached Felix Da Housecat and his synthcore production mentor Tommie Sunshine to remix the singles. ---------- Synth pioneers Soft Cell and Human League have also approached Felix and Tommie to mix...
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Re: Rice Queens - The Anne Rice topic

kimmi ·
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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Stacy Amber ·
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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Lisa Jackson ·
So how about this. I see these two girls almost everyday on my St. we live on the same St. I know that they are 24/7 trannies and they know that I am a crossdresser, but we never speak. I feel that if I speak to them as Steve they might think that I want a trick(they are working girls) and if I speak to them as Lisa I will blow thier cover. My point is how can I open that door with them that is about freinship and common ground without all the other shit getting in the way,are am I just...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
Lisa, Juicy and I would never act shady for saying hello. LOL!!! Seriously, I think if you approached them as "Steve" with a Lisa Jackson flyer, like you would almost anyone on the street, and mentioned to them that you had seen them out, thought they seemed interesting and wanted them to hear your music, that you thought it might "speak" to them. It might all fit together. I do think however you being afraid of BLOWING someone elses cover is silly. Thats a real Cinderella complex. Big tits,...
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

Zazoo and Satori ·
A bit of explanation... Mark Twain is said to have once wrote: "When the end of the world comes, I want to be in Cincinnati because it's always 20 years behind the times." This still holds true. We were asked to host a night at a local gay club here in Cincinnati about a year after Zazoo was "born." we agreed, but only on our terms... What did this mean? Well... 1. Good music. 2. No crappy Drag Queens badly lipsyching to 3 year-old songs. 3. "Freaks" got in free They reluctantly agreed to...
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Re: Flloyd the Ripper

Night Nurse ·
Vomit, blood & guts, necrophilia, death, and depravity...it was all there. Congratulations Flloyd and Blacklips for completion of a work well done...though I did have to cover my eyes during the fork scene- a bit raw for this nurse. So lovely though to see such performances preserved on celluloid, and such a conglomeration of characters from the past...and seeing it took me back to the days of Blacklips and Jackie. Gorgeous!
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Re: Adam Ant

Night Nurse ·
Betty, I love that you still play your records...I do too, and have all the vinyl of my youth still (and a generous donation from Daddy that I am still sorting through). Somewhere in the mid 90s, I took this 19 yr old boy home from the Now bar (it was a long time ago if that is where I met him as I have not been there in years)...and he said to me once in my apartment "wow, you're old, you have records," like my apartment was some museum. Well, if the album fits in the sleeve...and I chose...
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

ViperBoy ·
Damn boys, with their unwashed hair and shabby, tattered faded Levi's, sauntering around the concrete jungle reminiscent of a slimy serpent slithering in between the cracks of right of wrong, black from white. Blood stained lips sucking the last haul from the butt end of a borrowed cigarette, flipping the nicotine stick with a snap of the wrist into the chaotic heart of a hectic intersection, legs spread eagle on a gravel sprinkled sidewalk, drumming a filthy boot on the ground to the sound...
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Re: Join us at Hooker's Ball 4 New Year's Eve

Chi Chi ·
SHOWTIMES Brigitte the shows will start early by 11 PM with the first House of Domination performers, then heat up after the midnight countdown. I did suggest on TV that the shows usually become their raunchiest by 2 AM - didn't mean that they are STARTING then. GUEST LIST Our regular guest list applies for this night. If you are a PERMANENT guest of The Factory you will be comped as always, usually plus a guest. Larger entourages are at the discretion of Kitty at the door. At $15 cover, we...
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Re: Please help us rename this Forum

Ted & Di ·
just a thought it is both parody and aptly named by the community. Only here it is viewed through the lens of a very bad speller without his spellchek T or Hey, I payed the cover What was the theme again But I am a friend of _____ klubbs we loved klubbs we loved to death
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Re: tori amos

Glamnerd ·
This is one topic where I find a lot of girls I know HATE her. I find it really interesting. I usually don't notice things like this (gender) but it's the intensity of the hatred that always astounds me. I don't find many boys who feel that way. I'm not a huge fan, I don't own any of her CD's but I do like some of her work. I also have a soft spot for her since I had to lip sync her "Smells Like Teen Spirit" cover in the "Kurt, Courtney and Jackie" play at Jackie 60 years ago.
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

TonyaKnudsen ·
This may be a lead for you, but it's in German, so perhaps, someone can interpret for us ... Perhaps see also Transgender-net.com ---------------------------------- For the rest of you I've found some new references and perspectives ... And on the Exhibition front ... check out ... "The Fales Library" at the New York University Library - Downtown Collection - David Wojnarowicz Papers And also a great 1986 mention that should not be omitted from this topic ...
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Re: David Wojnarowicz - Artist

mr.joe ·
I, too, have been motivated, touched, and intrigued by Wojnarowicz. In 1994 ETC Magazine, for whom I was writing back home (in Atlanta) sent me to the Toronto International Film Festival on assignment to cover what was becoming a "smorgasboard of queer cinema." I remember sitting in the theater, around 4 in the afternoon, when Postcards from America was screened. That was one of the most pivotal moments of my 20's. I had never seen anything like it; I had never heard of David, was not...
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Re: Miss Understood's Thailand 2003!

Miss Understood ·
I've been there before. It looks like some crazy Mary westerner did that site for them. It's not really an accurate description. It's just a nice place. It's very lush. There's a courtyard bar that's just so tropical and nice. Al; the nookie happens in the cubicals. The Thai have this modesty thing. Like in the locker room they'll put on the towel before they pull their pants down. Also, if they drop the towel to get in the jacuzi (sp?), they'll cover their weenies while they step in. Last...
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Re: Mondo Internet (Part 2)

Anna Nicole ·
Oh Bonnie... what a wealth of talent this agency has.... you're gonna be a STAR now... with HAD (i think though some of them have been HAD if they paid money to this agency)... Bonnie ... i have friends in High Fashion Places (jimmy scouse) wait till he sees the gals on this site..Naomi, Giselle etc better watch out! No doubt we'll see you on the cover of Womens Weekly Soon
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Re: I'm from normal parents (The Pyramid Club Topic)

Miss Understood ·
I didn't know who Zete was, I just found his dancegoth cover of "Le Freak" in a bin somewhere. I ALWAYS play it when I DJ. I'd love to email him.
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

Zazoo and Satori ·
We made the cover of Chicago's "Nightspots."
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Re: The Club Creatures - Zazoo & Satori

TonyaKnudsen ·
Congrats on the glossy, glam coverage. Making the cover really does feel good and strengthens the resolve that doing what you do is really worth doing. I have been thinking of you two for about 16 hours now. Ran across this "new band" I'm utterly living for ... [and the CDs finally arrived in the post yesterday -- yes ordered off amazon] but the original electroclash-stylings, cunty-cunty-CUNTY bass riffs, the something calling back to Duran Duran as well as to more modern popular goth acts...
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Re: Michael Moore

Anna Nicole ·
I have actually had the pleasure of working with Michael Moore as well as working in acquisitions for a very well known documentary Home Video co. So, i am doing my best to try to understand why someone who has a knoweledge of doc film making would be so fervently interested in thrashing a truth seeker such as Moore. The lies that stand are with the media and with Hollywood machines...the mass corporations... i cannot see how anyone with any intelligence can not see that.. Moore doesn't...
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Luxury Lex ·
Wasn't sure where to post this as it doesn't exactly qualify under the "nightclub crackdown" forum. This little club sounds intriquing ....
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Glamnerd ·
I'm back Y'all Beltaine goes down as one of the most beautiful on record. Hush agrees, it was one of the most stunning. More sun then you could ask for, almost too much at times. I love that day. This year there was no DJ set up , it was decided to just use drums and no electronics. I must say that it made everything clearer somehow. Every year I am amazed at the spectacle that is created.The magic that can be evoked. After all the ribbons had been twisted around the pole and the drums were...
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Re: Diamanda Galas

Dubois! ·
yes, from what i understand, Diamanda's one of the very few singers in the world who can hit such glass-shattering octaves(& range). the only album i have of hers is "The Singer"...i was purely freaked!! her cover of the late "Screamin'" Jay Hawkins' "I Put A Spell On You" sent shivers up & down my spine.. ...not to mention other goodies on there like, "Judgement Day", "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord", & Balm In Gilead/Swing Low, Sweet Chariot". ..who'd of thunk negro...
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Re: Kraftwerk

Miss Understood ·
Yes, yes, we've LOOKED,we've SEEN THE BITCH! I'm not 100% sure of this, but I THINK that Senor Coconut IS someone from Kraftewerk. You can't tell from the album cover because all of the info is fictional.
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Re: boy george

Night Nurse ·
Jackie, you will not be able to put it down, especially when he gets to the drug madness, as it was just pure insanity and he does a good job of sucking you in to how crazy his life was at that point. Miss U, that pic is priceless! I have some similar ones from my college days too. Though I don't have a scanner, the most memorable one was from the night my friends and I went to see Culture Club at the Capital Center (now the Continental, American Airlines, or possibly Starbucks Center) in...
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Re: boy george

Night Nurse ·
the finest thrift store chic that was, and my best attempt at copying the cover of the album...the rat you all refer to is a police cap with brooch applied dead center for glam effect, and the hideously colorful hanky was my attempt to tsjuz up the outfit!
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Re: BEWITCHED

Michael Madison ·
Sweetie-- So thrilled that you started this topic. Now where's Randella? I, too, absolutely lived for Bewitched growing up. When I was 6, I named my first cat after Samantha. And about eight years ago, i adopted another cat -- all black -- so what else could I call her besides Serena? Gosh, there's just so much to say. Where to start? Well, here's a bit of news: Elizabeth will be getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year. I found out through my friend Jennifer, who grew up with...
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Re: Swept Away part 2

Luxury Lex ·
I would expect no less. At this point, she could squat down and pee all over the stage and people applaud. And she achieved that dubious pinnacle of success many, many years ago. Even if the book is total shite cover to cover, just having the name MADONNA printed on the front guarantees an easy mil.
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Re: The Jackie 60 Movie

pretty ·
Grat to hear that the movie is happening - see this weeks hx cover story..
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Re: boy george

Zazoo and Satori ·
I heard that Boy performed as The Twin at Larry Tee's Outsider Music Fest last Friday (at Exit) did anyone catch it? I just ordered the first 3 7"s from the site I'm sure their worth it just for the cover art alone... Has anyone heard the singles? XXXOOO Satori
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Minerva ·
I dunno, I think Hours, while rather sedate, is by far the superior album on a whole by comparison to Reality. Of course you know that Cactus, featured above, was a cover song, written and originally recorded by Frank Black of the Pixies. Pablo Picasso is also a cover, I believe of Jonathan Richmond. Amateurs borrow, professionals steal, but Bowie...appropriates.
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Troylegra ·
nooooo... I knew that he didn't write it but I didn't know it was a cover...oh David... but wait... I smell redemption Bring Me the Disco King (written by David Bowie 2003, performed by David Bowie, Maynard James Keenan & John Frusciante) You promised me the ending would be clear You'd let me know when the time was now Don't let me know when you're opening the door Stab me in the dark, let me disappear Memories that flutter like bats out of hell Stab you from the city spires Life wasn't...
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Re: RIP, VIP

bobby ·
The great fashion photographer, Francesco Scavullo died yesterday in his New York home. His companion of thirty years, Sean Byrnes was at his side. He was 81 years old and his heart gave out. Francesco was an amazing person. So full of love and kindness and great humor. I knew him well in the seventies during the Studio 54 years and rarely saw him after. He worked in Manhattan all of his life. He shot every cover for thirty years of Cosmopolitan Magazine and used such great stylists as Make...
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Re: DAVID BOWIE

Lady King ·
I just got back from getting my mani and pedi @ Bloomies and they had the issue of Black Book with Benicio on the cover. Fun interview with David and some cute boy - forgot his name.
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Re: Little Joe

Troylegra ·
everyone is a hustler in one form or another http://www.joedallesandro.com/ he is looking very Anthony Keidis-esque on that cover
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Stacy Amber ·
Three and a half years ago, when the Wholefoods store was opening on 7th Ave. and 25th St. I sent them a resume. On my cover letter I informed them that I was transgendered. They called me in for an interview, which I had to rush to from Healthy Pleasures, where I was then working. They wouldn't give me any extra time to get there. When I got there everyone I encountered was quite rude to me. There was a really rotten attitude among those folks. At that time, I was working for Healthy...
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Re: Puritan Watch

B. Domination ·
She has nice ones. You know, the problem (in this country, anyway) is the complete inability to seperate nudity and porn-sex. There's always the local-yokel defence of: "She wuz weerin' a low cut top, so Ah cuddun' cuntrol mahsef." I see ads from other countries showing boobies and they've managed to keep it from looking like a xxx vid cover. Why can't the companies figure out how to do that here?
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Re: boy george

Zazoo and Satori ·
Got the new Twin single "Human Racing" EXCELLENT. And you can't beat the back cover art:
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Luxury Lex ·
LUXURY LAPPING: Revenge of the Titty Bars? A resurgence of name brand Las Vegas-style strip bars in midtown seems to be signaling a new era of "respectability" for the titty-twirlers and for New York. Not quite as sleazy as their Times Square predecessors, these new clubs are sleeker, bigger and more corporate in their approach, but it beats having no titty bars at all. Does this mean the Big Apple's sphincter is finally loosening again after so many years of Guiliani's attacks? Or is the...
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Re: My Night of 1000 Stevies 14 review

Chi Chi ·
There are eight thousand stories to each 1000 Stevies - these are but two: The Crow Stays In The Picture My performance partner at this year's NOTS, Russell Crow, almost stole the show this year. Congrats, Russ! Our number was inspired by the Belladonna cover art (see below) and was originally going to be done to Nightbird, but the song is too slow to trundle and "kick out" - two of my favorite Stevie steps. A few days before the show I found out that due to the major soundproofing on the...
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Re: My Night of 1000 Stevies 14 review

daisy mae ·
It was my favorit NOTS too!! my 6 or 7 time + loved the new club space and the balcony for my friend her heel broke an she was glad to sit down. my favorits were the puppetshow and nicole nix and the one who did stand back in the 1st set with the new ribbon look of mikestan and boy georgew I wore white angel dress from bear with silver boottops. IT WAS VERY BELLADONNA cover too and i even got a tamborine wich im looking at now thank you everyone + see you next year pleaz keep it at knitting...
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Re: Oh, no, here come The Republicans!

hatches ·
And the wrap up... By now, everyone I am sure has seen Bloomberg's idiotic coments regarding last week's protests. I wonder now how he will try to justify the enormous expense of holding the RNC here-- the Federal money alloted for security did not even begin to cover the costs. And how could it, with all those new "toys" purchased by the NYPD, which include that infernal sonic weapon they thankfully did not use. Who made money? A few hotels and national chain restaurants like Applebee's?
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Re: boy george

Zazoo and Satori ·
Boy has just released "Yum Yum" his album as "The Twin" (on CD even!) US residents can pick up a copy here , and UK residents here . We should get ours tomorrow, so we'll report back after we've devoured and digested it. Here's the track listing: Here Cum The Girls (part 2) Yum Yum Electro Hetero Disco Ugly Size Queen Human Racing So Much Love Sanitised Fire-Desire (featuring Avenue D) Garden of Eden Who Made U? Never Over U After Dark And the pretty pretty cover: We're very excited about...
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Re: Farewell Charming Old New York

daddy ·
The idea of Jay McInerney & New York Magazine proclaiming the Meat Market dead is so laughable... it's not even funny. Jay McInerney was always the most hideous yuppie scum. Now he's trying to come off as some kind of 80's bohem. He was a yuppy! I was there. I remember. Jay McInerney and his yuppy friends at a party were always a sign of doom. How dare he write about "The Anvil". He was never there. He was at Jackie though, I'll give him that but it always made me nervous. And New York...
 
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