check it. when i came out things were not as they are today. i came out in a crisis. in 1992 great numbers of my community were dying and screaming for the government to do something anything. the disease of AIDS was called a just punishment by god for our sinful behavior. although … Continue reading experiment 39 : 32.
gay pride.check it.things have changed in the twenty years since i came out.nineteen, scared. not a lot of us were out then. no ellen and portia, martina, i think, but no rosie, no elton, no barney. rufuckingpaul. afuckingdragqueen. not a peep.the idea, though, was that the more regulars, mainstream folks, straight people that knew us … Continue reading experiment 39 : 12.
look. i'm tired of having to worry about this.it'll all balance in the end, yo.saw this on the television machine before i killed it.http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/32545640Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economyi was having a discussion with a friend once about a public figure. and he said something that has stuck with … Continue reading experiment 39 : 10.
don't give me shit, man.i know what i owe.and even though i'm about to give you a two for one-r, i'm only counting it as one. so settle down.good lord.the new york times on sunday means two things. my return to romantic, solitary sunday mornings with my paper. it also means my return to creative … Continue reading experiment 39 : 9.
i've had the scissor sisters' new album, "magic hour," on a loop for the past coupla days. yeah, great dance music, you're saying, but so what?they are unabashedly queer, deviant and proud of it. they live underground, downtown, and roam with hustlers as the sun comes up in new york city. fuck yes. it's not … Continue reading experiment 39 : 1.