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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: Susanne Bartsch / David Barton Toy Party?

Judy Vee ·
Hi Judy! David Barton Gym and Susanne are not holding their annual Toy Party this year. "The Toy Party" this Friday is another big annual toy drive at Chelsea Piers that Johnny has spun at for the past few years and will be spinning again on Friday 12/2. It is very popular and I believe already sold out (it sells out every year) here is the invite for reference ...much love to you Judy
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Re: Come in, and bring some virtual flowers..

Chi Chi ·
I happen to have some video footage from Mothers that I would like to share here. One particular video shows a dear departed friend that I am sure everyone remembers. How does one go about doing this?
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Re: Come in, and bring some virtual flowers..

Chi Chi ·
Sending huge bouquets of love for the wonderful new Motherboards format for our enjoyment. Looks great! xo
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

Ted & Di ·
I finally got to go home last night- through 2 checkpoints, and to my apartment, which has power and water, but no phone service (thus no internet, either). Two blocks below me on Broadway has been evacuated and has no power, water, gas, or phones. And the stench... but I am grateful for so many things, and I am sure many feel the same way. Since I am essential personnel, we were on the ready for the 1000s of wounded that never arrived. Our Urgent Care Center was set up like a MASH unit, and...
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Re: 9/11/01 - The village signpost - please check in here

Ted & Di ·
it's good to hear from you hot-lips. take care of your feet dear.
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
I nabbed this from "Lucky Bitches" It's from Goblin.
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Re: Sex With Taxi Drivers part 2

Chi Chi ·
Yes, I am Pushpindra's younger brother. So it IS the famous Michael Ford. In my country you are a legend. Young boys grow up hearing tales of your talents. They cannot wait until the day they come to America and drive you home from a party.
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Re: Sex With Taxi Drivers part 2

Chi Chi ·
my dearest suck-winder, i want to drive you home tonight, where are you? you know where i'll be tomorrow right? just look for joey and you will find me, on my knees.
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
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: Mondo Internet

Miss Understood ·
I keep hearing from the butch queens(I only say that cause these are the miserable old queens) that I look like Barbra Striesand. Which is a compliment I guess, but I have to say I dont really care for her and I would prefer to look like someone younger! I have been told for the past few years I look very much like Julliette Lewis, I prefer her than Babs!
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
Daddy, would you care to explain this to me?
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Re: Straight To Hell (Sex Stories)

daddy ·
Hello everyone, I was at the Pink Slipper and promised Johnny I would post. Hi Johnny.. Anyway as soon as I have a new story to share I will post it. Went to the the Smack Party with Dale and Champagne after PTM around 3:30, it was still fairly delish and so was this cute boy I met, alas that might of been a story but I promised the gurls I would drive them home. Till next time.
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
yeah, it's true... lance has checked into the chelsea in the sky. pinto attended (or will soon) his memorial in l.a. i'll see if i can get him to post here. for those who don't know who lance loud was... he was the oldest sibling in the loud family who were made famous in the 70's on a PBS mini-series. the show - AN AMERICAN FAMILY - was the first reality based tv show ever aired. it followed the family in their so-cal house and lance as he moved to new york. he took a room at the chelsea...
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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: Sex With Taxi Drivers part 2

Chi Chi ·
Midddle-Eastern men drive me wild. I love those Pakistani men, with there small uncut soldiers. The smell, size, and hot sex talk turn me on almost as much as the ladies.
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
I'm writing to you from the fancy bathhouse. It's one of those places you could never leave. But I will. I'm not THAT pervy. I am being a little more pervy this year though. At home I would be wayyy too self concious to walk around in a towel. I hope Chelsea culture stays away from here forever! They do have some reverse body image issues here. They'll have perfect flat abs and then think they're too skinny! You know here, the country not just the bathhouse, they would never think of making...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
That's like Japan. In Tokyo you would see these big huge Times Square-ish billboards with words misspelled. I remember one time I flew to Tokyo to open this new club. They had these brass letters imbedded into the concrete with the club's name. It looked really nice except they spelled club "culb". They didn't care. It just had to look Western. Once we stayed in this fancy hotel called "Hotel With". With what? They just don't care, it's all about the look. Boxes of tissues would say, "Dear...
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Re: Miss Understood's Hi from Thailand

Miss Understood ·
It's great to read about your adventures in Thailand. Man - it sounds great. I personally would love to be in the middle of a marketplace wearing nothing else but a half finished costume (or even a wedding dress) ...i bet the looks from people are great! Take Care! Nicky
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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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
Myself I don't care for labels since they suggest a digital (e.g. binary!) world. Humans are so analog (continuous and varying). "I would really like to know if you feel we could FOSTER GENUINE SUPPORT for ANY PERSON has had been made to feel different or ashamed or scared about who they are in terms of gender. " After reading the whipping post in the tea room targeted towards Gloria Wholesome I have my doubts. In fact I have received the most support from Gloria! She has been an advocate of...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
thoughtfully put Stacy Im going to add that politically it might be easier to define "transgendered behavior", as opposed to a "transgendered" group of people. Everyone has a different personal identity, and I don't think its necessary to catagorize - especially for legal reasons. "Thou shalt not discriminate on the basis of varied gender expression." Now there's a law for ya! Afterall, its the expressing of gender variation that "invites" trouble from the ignorant, small-minded and wicked.
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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: 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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
I can't easily jump in (being the world's ugliest gender-variant "thing" to come down the pike as most of you know) but this discussion is so smart & riviting. I've been around the drag world for years. It started at G.G. Barnum's in Times Square where I was a go go dancer. One day I got caught in the G.G. dressing room. The "girls" asked Miss Peter- The Sweetie of her day, "Can we keep him, Can we keep him Miss Peter?" They did. Never a tranny or a chaser I always appreciated "the...
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Re: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
I have been reading everyones posts with such enthusiasm and interest. I would like to share a few things with several of you: April: I know something of the feelings that you are going through about family and transitioning. I remember how much angst and fear that caused me. Once I knew there was no turning back for me any longer, I actually remember having thoughts of wishing my family dead so that I would be able to live. As insane as that sounds (and is) that's a good example of the...
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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 ·
This subject is always so polarizing, and we've tried to steer clear of it ... While all of it was going on, we were being good little students and getting our education at Ohio University in the middle of nowhere. Zazoo did go to Limelight and Club USA in '92 (or ˜93) and had a blast. The Little Professor bookstore on campus carried "Project X" but that was the extent of our knowledge of the scene in NYC. When Chi Chi posted Michael Wilkinson's note above, we debated for over a week. When...
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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: Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?

sweetie ·
The last couple of posts unfortunately totallly veered away and lost this topic. Let's try to make sure our verbal masturbations are relevant to the topic at hand. Anyone care to comment, or pick the ball up where we left off. Hoping for insight and feedback about inner prejudice in the "tg" ie.... transsexual, transvestite, drag, cross dressing, gender variant world. We have had soooo much REAL sharing, it would be a shame to let this little room die. Read from page one and comment. Such...
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Re: Mondo Internet

Miss Understood ·
This guy's incredible, my new hero. Daddy, you should invite him to NYC, get him to run for mayor. He can drive his trailer over from New Zealand. What is it about New Zealanders, anyway? They're all totally bonkers. When I used to bounce at this big sports bar in Chicago, we knew whenever we carded on a New Zealand passport that there'd be a fight that night. Every single time. Of course, later, when bouncing at the gay bar up the road, every night a New Zealander came in we knew we'd find...
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
merlin had a wonderful time visiting bobby and riding a rented convertable with luggage rack and bottle holder (bicycle) all over ptown for eight days. can not thank bobby or john enough for the great time. one morning at 4am , after having spent part of the evening looking for the moon along the west end of ptown, merlin stopped by the general store near the 'old' dickdock and asked the baker to open up cause merlin needed a cup of hot coffee, tho the air was chilled there was no need for a...
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Re: Mondo Internet

Miss Understood ·
A few things I don't get: 1. When you saw someone wearing one of these shirts, and you wanted them, why wouldn't you just walk up to them and say "Do you want to fuck?" Why go home and email them? This reminds me of the new "Instant Pickup" service the "Circuit City" is offering. Order online and then drive to the store to pick it up. What? Why? These have to be connected. 2. If they never reprint the shirts, do you just walk around with some nasty cum stained old t-shirt? Wouldn't this blow...
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Re: Greer Lankton

Zazoo and Satori ·
i would give greer's wedding dress and some of my things if they would be taken care of...even thou when i show my greer doll i made... she wears the dress.i always worry about what will happen to my thing if i was too cross over...my brothers wouldnt want it.it is very beautiful her wedding dress she made it herself...thou she took part of it when she did the opening at the mattress factory...and cut one of the panels to make a shall...i need to get it repaired...but still lovely
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Re: East Side, West Side, All Around The Town

Chi Chi ·
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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Re: BURNING MAN

Minerva ·
I'm still spinning from the 10,000 miles I must have traveled in the last 24 hours. So I thought I would try to express some of the strange visions in my head. After driving a van for 10 hours straight, through the desert, buzzing on double shots of espresso and listening to bad radio so as not to drive off the road and into the abyss of darkness, I finally arrived in LA at 3 am. Took a plane at 3 pm and now I'm back in NYC. I'm sure Goblin will have many posts soon, but I thought I would...
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Re: Provincetown

daddy ·
Dear Motherboard Readers, Here is my most recent report from PPtown. The tourists have all gone home and it is cool, breezy and sunny. The streets are inhabited mostly by locals and townies and a small smattering of day trippers. this is the time of year to be here. No crowds, no screaming babies and families with strollers in your way at every turn. No circute party fags filling your ear with their constant drivel.Even the divine drag queens have pulled up their wig stands and headed home.
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Re: RIP, VIP

Chi Chi ·
Next to Quentin Crisp, one of my favorite New Yorkers was an uptown girl whom I belatedly learned passed on. I was visitng the NYTimes obit section for the first time in many months and discovered Daphne Helman, had passed away this summer very close to if not on Warhol's birthday.) She was listed as a name on the bottom of the page but the link wasn't working. Later that day I was on the Motherboards in the Versailles section and was reminded of the RIP VIP which I've also avoided far too...
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Re: Displaced Radical Faeries

Nancy Isla ·
i miss most of you too, jackie! sick to have missed the gathering. i wanna hear more about it all when we're sittin' at ciao for now. and daddy, you have someone's pic on sabrina's b-day page labeled "pinto." i don't think it's him. this faerie's in portland... on my way to wolf creek for their halloween (actually samhain) gathering. with harry hay's recent death it should be major. a whole lotta ritualizin' goin' down. the veil is thin, my darlings. take care.
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Re: Jo-Jo Baby - DollMaker

TonyaKnudsen ·
Hey Tonya, Just wanted to let you know, we tried to go through posting pictures, but as I explained on the phone, all of Jojo's pictures are too large right now. The smallest was 95K. Most are 185K+. I was showing Jojo how to size down the images he has, but it is 4-5 step process and then we were going to have to go through a renaming and saving process to make sure we didn't save over the larger ones on his hard drive. For some reason, his directory was not updating the data information...
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Re: Burlesque Queen MISS KELLY WEBB Loses Everything in Tragic Thanksgiving Fire- PLEASE READ

sweetie ·
They say one can't live on love alone but once again "they" are wrong! Many thoughts have been swooshing around my cranium since Thanksgiving night when I returned home after a lovely dinner at dear friends house to find I didn't really have an apartment left. The place was trashed (most likely electrical fire, no report yet) and my dear feline companion of nine years, Mr. Peebles, was dead. Since I lived alone I practically considered Mr. Peebles my hairy husband. If he was a person he...
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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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