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Re: Neighborhood Characters

daddy ·
Yeah that Naked Cowboy thing is repulsive. He's like the nightclub S_ _ _ sh. It's full of tourists from out of town thinking that they are seeing New York but it's really a room full of other tourists from out of town looking at each other thinking, "New York isn't so weird. It looks just like home".
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Re: [May 18 NYC] * Alladin Project * MAD MAXX*

OneFusionMedia ·
see u on the dance floor
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Re: The Jackie 60 BROWN PARTY returns 7/1 at The Black Rose

Muffy Domination ·
Thrilled about this! I'm one of the fools who didn't purchase Stevie ticket early enough & missed it. So this has just put a smile on my lips & some pep in my step
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Re: The Jackie 60 BROWN PARTY returns 7/1 at The Black Rose

seven ·
Such a choice idea. I think there needs to be a manifestation on the corner of Washington and W. 14th too !
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Re: Blacklips

Lily of the Valley ·
Well, Nancy, as I'm sure youare aware, I was in my teen whilst I was a member of said cult. Those were the salad days.....All I ever could aford to eat was, salad. I learned quite a lot from some of my favorite performers. It was quite a magical time, although I believe a bit of an unstable time. I suppose magic and instability go hand in hand. I remember feeeling at different times central to the groups process and at others very peripheral. I suppose thats how things thrived. We all just...
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Re: BURNING MAN

dresscode ·
i'll mix the kool-aid!
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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: Sex With Taxi Drivers part 2

Night Nurse ·
So last night, I went to have my hair done for Wigstock. It turned out that my friend Creighton who does my hair was having a film documentary done about doing the wigs for this final festival (he also does Bunny's, Linda's, etc). So unlike our ususal hair sessions, this one was fueled by champagne. Somehow my glass kept getting filled, and well, I had had quite a bit while my wig was being fluffed, teased, etc. More to the point, I became lushy loose lips, and dished myself as well as...
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

Chi Chi ·
Kylie dear - We are NOT going to let a mere terrorist catclysm stop us, rest assured. Thanks for your love and concern - we will continue to post here as everyone is heard from. We have heard from Kitty Boots (whose film production office was a block from WTC so we were concerned) Johnny and I are okay but deeply shaken - the first plane flew within feet of our roof I am told. Besides this topic and the other one here - to all our friends, I have deleted some topics that should have been...
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

daddy ·
From Baby Dee: Baby Dee asked me to delete the name of her friend because of her concern for her privacy. (She left her World Trade job by the way and is fine). [This message was edited by daddy on 10-04-01 at 01:12 PM.]
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

HelinRhiannon ·
I have lived here most of my trannie life, I was born in the Bronx , my family are nothing but tough irish italians, from the bronx. one thing I have learned and love about the city is Ny'ers stick togetther, a true nyer will help out and we all come together in tragedy
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Re: Mondo Internet

Minerva ·
and Dale the Skirt Man must have some serious nerve to do what he does, but in all honesty he kind of freks me out a little. I'm all for people doing thier thing, but -woah-. Up to a point, I'm like, okay, okay, he's a kook, into his thing like the rest of us are...but then I see the Hooters pages, read his dating profile. The man rates an 8 on the Peter Pan-o-meter, folks.
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

bobby ·
Walked into the mensroom at Union Station in Washington DC and was pissing at the urinal when a small deminutive white man about 35 wearing glasses and an ill-fitting suit shuffled up to the urinal next to me and unzipped his fly. Reeling out an extremely over-sized ( both in length and girth) cock, he let it swing loose and it came to rest on the edge of the urinal. Pissing like a racehorse and moaning loadly at the same time, he glanced over at me and smiled. I commented on the amazing...
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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)

goblin73 ·
an AGGIE????? you've got to be bullshittin' me!!!! well, you know what they say... ain't nuthin' in texas but steers and queers. guess he didn't have no horns. for those of you who weren't fortunate enough to be reared in this the largest of the 48 contiguous states - A & M stands for agricultural and mechanical. it's where you go to major in animal husbandry and tractor engineering. i guess these farmers have a thing for old goats. (sorry, hattie. i couldn't resist.)
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Re: Mondo Internet

daddy ·
You will gag Minerva but I was there when that picture was taken. It was at the Victoria's Secret fashion show. I was DJing. Before the show I went out into the lobby to call my wife. I looked next to me and at the very next phone was a 3 1/2 foot Gary Coleman in a blonde wig! I was trying to tell Chi Chi quietly, "You won't believe this..." Even better than the wig though were the shoes. They were these really ugly old lady pumps with about a 2 inch heel. The best thing was that they were...
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Re: Mondo Internet

Minerva ·
I like untucked trannies. Give me character and balls to boot... Fuck passing, I wanna see the meat, mama. If I'm looking for smooth fronts, I'll check out something with ovaries or post ops. That bulge in front makes the whole thing all the more twisted and wrong. And fun. It's kind of like how I like my drugs illegal; makes them taste better. Nice kilt, Dale.
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

sweetie ·
It was Thanksgiving nite 1993 and Faux Pas and I had just had a scrumptious meal at my friend Sara's place in Grammercy Park. I was full of fabulous food, fine wine, and fierce herb. What more could a single twentysomething fella want in New York City at midnite? What? Sex you say? Why yes in deed, don't mind if I do. The nite was that kind of cold that was actually refreshing from being in a pot filled apartment for several hours. The air had that healthy quality, that made you enjoy each...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Luxury Lex ·
Thailand sounds amazing! (though the raw flesh foods make my stomach turn - - I'm a vegetarian). A friend of mine went there recently and said the same thing about the drag shows there, that they're very showgirl and the girls put a lot of work into their performance and look. Someday very soon I hope to check it out for myself. We miss Miss U! Lex
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
When I said Americans are unsophisticated about food, I meant myself included. I'm still afraid of the Durian. For those who don't know, it's that big spikey fruit you may sometimes see in Chinatowm. It's supposedly delicious, but it smells like a sewer. I'll try to taste it this time. Like I said, you try things and you get over the queasiness. It's like anal sex. I give an exemption to vegetarians. I just find it interesting that those of us who eat meat (I don't eat much of it, but I do...
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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: 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: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

daddy ·
Missy, you deserve an award for your journalism. We are so impressed. In fact, the Empress wants to go next year. So do I. You make it sound so great. And now that I've got the whole toilet thing figured out...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
The pop music here changes quickly, but a few years ago there was a popular trannie pop singer named "Jern Jern". I bought her album. It was nothing amazing but just a cool thing to have. There is also a popular TV host who appears regularly in and out of drag. I haven't seen him on TV (my cheap room doesn't have one) but My friend showed me a book about her. While they are prim about some things (they edit sex scenes out of Western films)they seem much more comfortable with gender varience.
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
That hairy backed man in a wig (though a well styled wig I might add) has been lurking and not posting!? Will someone please teach her how? I wish I could have been there. I always hear great stories about Pat Field's balls. It was a 24 hour thing, so I'm up and ready for my next adventure... breakfast. [This message was edited by Miss Understood on 02-17-02 at 03:05 AM.]
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
Well, I was actually talking more about obvious knock-offs and rip offs of brand names, but your point is well taken. Although the Thai do that somewhat less than the Japenese, there are a lot of Japanese knock off products (t-shirts,etc) that are very that. I'm sure Americans were occasionally guilty of the same thing. Remember those 80's shirts with the big red sun and the chinese writing? What the hell did they say? And didn't we have a period of French writing on T-shirts? But yeah,...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Nicky LaLa ·
aww. I want to see Wat...he sounds lovely. Man, it was so funny, cause tonight - I was sitting here in New York and watching tv and saw that "Drag Time" was on. I started freaking out, just as I did when I was wayy back in Michigan having big dreams about being "up there" with the "girls". All in all - it was different watching it this time. I have met alot of the guys in the film - like you...but I still got just excited. Being here and being in the nightlife and seeing everything hasn't...
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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: 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 ·
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

Glamnerd ·
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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goblin73 ·
or, a day late and several dollars short. okay, if any more time goes by without me throwing in some stories here i'll have forgotten. so here goes... i arrived over two weeks early. i REALLY loved being there with fewer people, plugging in to the bigger pre-gathering projects - cleaning out the goat boutique, building pavillion benches - and the other stuff that just seems impossible during the frenzy of the fete. i even endured a seven day fast drinking nothing but water and a lemon juice,...
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Re: Provincetown

bobby ·
Memorial Day weekend: More dykes than you can shake a rubber dick at, Isla would wear out her rug-munching tongue. More pre-summer bleached blondes than you can shake a can of bleach at, with their also bleached mates in matching Sergio Valenti and earthshoes. Why do dykes have the most amazing hairstyles on the planet? The sequined ( head to toe) street psychic who claims that he can tell you your last name, phone number and address after he asks for some ID , but they say that he's the...
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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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

Jade ·
Sweetie - I love you - you always say the darndest things and I often find myself nodding 'uh-huh' with my mouth open. You also wouldnt be the first to wonder why 'we' cant find some common ground to stand on - at least one or two nights of the week anyway. Rose - that was a caustic little note - but I agree with the spirit, if not the letter of it - No one likes a hint of Male Privilidge - like "Liz is back in Bloomingdales" musking up the TG landscape. HOWever - as a 'transgendered' person...
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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?

Miss Understood ·
Stacey made some interesting observations about crossdressers. Most of the crossdressers I have encountered are men who, by day, rigidly comply with their ""male role." I think that they fetishize their "female' side because to them it is forbidden. I guess, living in my little "bohemian" bubble just places me outside of that. I have no fear of wearing bright colors, giggling, gossiping, or discussing personal issues when I'm not in drag. I don't really acknowledge a "masculine" and a...
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Re: Fashion, Sweetie

Miss Understood ·
You would LIVE for the Indian market area in Bangkok. It's so mysterious! There's a huge block of gorgeous shops that you can walk around, but it's the gritty market maze within the block that's so fascinating. You walk around, getting lost, weaving be tween the indoor and outdoor, accepting the uncomfortable heat, stumbling upon all sorts of hidden treasures. And, as always, everything's crazy cheap! I guess it's the closest we can get to India for the time being. I feel terrible about...
 
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