Tag Archives: fabulousness

Watching The Defectives

Gentle readers, I’m rerunning my annual Pride rant for the ninth year. I wrote this post in 2005 a couple of days after attending Pride here in NYC. In the following years I’ve reposted it in advance of the day in the hope of encouraging you to attend. This year it appears a week early because of a widely circulated ...

Read More »

At Westboro’s NBA Protest

Happy Place reports: Meet homophobia’s nemesis. All the anti-gay bigotry in the world is no match for the sheer fabulousness of a cute, skinny boy with ripped abs and tiny shorts wearing an American flag for a cape. In response to Jason Collins coming out, the irritating vermin of the Westboro Baptist Curch showed up on Wednesday to protest in ...

Read More »

Photo Of The Day

Source. (Via JMG reader David)

Read More »

Petula Clark Still Has It

For no particular reason other than to brighten the morning of my fellow oldsters, here’s the still fabulous and 77 years old Petula Clark performing her 1966 #1 smash I Couldn’t Live Without Your Love at a recent Paris concert. Turn it up. Make with the happy. MORE: From the same October 2009 concert: Don’t Sleep In The Subway, Downtown, ...

Read More »

LUSTRE: A Mid-Winter Trans-Fest

An only in NYC must-see now running at PS122 in the East Village and starring the incomparable Justin Bond: Ethyl Eichelberger Award recipient and Tony Nominated performer Justin Bond and friends heat up your winter nights with a heady mix of Glamour, Gender Queer Cabaret, and Sexy Provocation. LUSTRE is a night of music, monologues and song and dance for, ...

Read More »

But I Love My Neoteny!

From the Sunday Times: DESMOND MORRIS, who became a bestselling author by applying zoology to explain human behaviour, has now utilised the techniques to put forward an explanation for homosexuality. In his latest book, The Naked Man, he concludes that men are “made gay” because they retain infantile or juvenile characteristics into adulthood – a phenomenon known as neoteny. According ...

Read More »