Tuesday, August 16, 2016

"Some Donatello guys hanging out"


( I wrote this a long time ago it's one of my fav's.  So here I inflict it on you again.)
I love Nijinsky. As a youth I read everything I could find on him. I longed over the historic photos that survived. It isn’t that I wanted to be a dancer it’s just that his story, his strange, wonderful, painful life spoke to me.

Touched the very center of my Soul.

Perhaps It’s good that we’re separated by half a world, and now more than a century of apocalyptic history. Otherwise I would have followed him about.

If I were 15 or 16 had access to a time machine, and could speak French, Russian, and German I’d be his stalker.

Plot for a short story there.

A Queer colored teenager from the 21st century pursues the object of his confused needs. All this amid the intrigues of 1911 Moscow.

I can see it now, Romola, Nijinsky’s long suffering wife sits me down in my hearts desires study. She pours me mint tea.
“…young man”

“You must understand my husband is very busy.”

Steam curls above my cup.

“His work is very important, and he can’t be disturbed”

“I just want to see him for a moment” I say.

“Please, I just want to look into his eyes”

“To see his soul”

“I must understand him”

“I wish the same, said Romola,…so do we all that love him.”

That's as far as I take this dream. How to explain to Romola my time machine becoming a lad again or YouTube. 

Stay Tuned.

"Les Duo De Chats"

Monday, August 15, 2016


"Hi,...eh two peyote buds to go please,...oh do you have any books or stuff by that Carlos Castaneda guy?"

Stay Tuned.

Saturday, August 13, 2016

"You're Kidding Me"

A 66-Year-Old Woman Is Suing All Gay People—Yes, All of Them. Nebraska's Sylvia Driskell will represent herself in Driskell v. Homosexuals.

A Nebraska woman is suing every gay person on Earth and asking a federal judge to rule on whether homosexuality is a sin.

Sylvia Driskell, 66, describes herself as an ambassador of “God, And His, Son Jesus Christ [sic]” and will serve as her own lawyer in Driskell v. Homosexuals, NBC News reports. In her seven-page petition, written entirely in cursive, Driskell doesn’t reference any case laws for U.S. District Judge John M. Gerrard to consider, but she does quote the Bible and Webster’s Dictionary.

“I never thought that I would see a day in which our great nation or our own great state of Nebraska would become so compliant to the complicity of some people[’s] lewd behavior.”

Writes Driskell, who says “that homosexuality is a sin and that they the homosexuals know it is a sin to live a life of homosexuality. Why else would they have been hiding in the closet.”

Gay activist and columnist Dan Savage, one of the many millions of people being sued, has signaled he’d be willing to take the stand.


Me too!

I'd love to take the stand. I'd bring my extensive, and quite interesting Queer porn stash for Ms. Driskell to examine as evidence.

Stay Tuned.

Thursday, August 11, 2016


               "Not at all the 21st Century we expected"

                  "...I said don't shoot me I'm white."

"I Always Wanted to be a Geisha"

"Just a Couple of Guys"

Just a couple of kids riding the crest of a tsunami. A tsunami named History. I also, and just as obliviously rode that wave as well.


What a Bleeping Ride!!

Stay Tuned.

"Danger is my Name"

As long time viewers know I have soft spot in both my head, and heart for Sissy boys. This being because as a very young lad I was one. However I was forced to extinguish that colorful light from my soul for the sake of personal survival.

Basically staying alive.

I was a kid in the middle of the last century, and Sissy boys had the life expectancy on the street as say an F-35 would in actual warfare.

      ( Looks cool, but it's a Death Trap in an actual air battle.)

If ya don't know that plane is a $$Billion$$ bucks a head failure.

Anyway the only safe port I had was my grandma. She dressed me up in drag till I was about nine. My dad put an end to all the neat fun.

"...He's getting too old for that stuff."

Ya know how parents would speak about you to anyone like you weren't standing there. Sort of like they'd talk about the dog...but at least they pet the damn thing while they was talking about it.

Anyway I recall vividly as I type this the afternoon dad told my grandma this. When he left the room I cried. Grandma told me it was "alright". I could "still play dress up" when I came to her house.

Which I did for a few more years.

However as I say later I just had to put that light out, and be a regular guy. Which I still am...though I'm very happy. Happy indeed that so many Sissy boys in this not so new century feel free enough to come out so early, and dress as they please despite the danger that persists.

Bless their frilly Souls!

Stay Tuned.

"Seriously Dangerous"

"Somewhat Dangerous"


"The Magic of a bit of Swish

"Praise da Lawd!"

American Pastor Who Helped Uganda Create ‘Kill The Gays’ Law Will Be Tried For Crimes Against Humanity.

Most of us go our entire lives without ever standing trial for crimes against humanity. Then again, most of us aren’t notorious bigot Pastor Scott Lively, whose life work seems to be to ask the question: “How can I make gay people miserable across the world?”

In the United States Lively’s homophobic messages are largely ignored, and in recent years he has had to endure various setbacks at the state and federal level as equality makes historic gains. Undeterred, Lively has sought out foreign lands where his particular brand of ruthless anti-gay ideas are more accepted. In Uganda, he found a home away from home. During a Christian “workshop” in the African nation he managed to become one of the principal architects behind some of the most retrograde anti-gay legislation on the planet.

Officially titled the “Anti-Homosexuality Act” and more commonly known as the “Kill the Gays” bill, Lively’s vision was nothing less than a roadmap for the total persecution and eradication of homosexuals from Uganda. In Lively’s original design, anyone caught engaging in homosexuality would be executed. A newer bill softened that stance slightly after worldwide condemnation – in the latest version, homosexuals would only be sentenced to life in prison.

Unfortunately for Lively, orchestrating genocide in another country is kind of frowned upon, and in 2012 a lawsuit was filed against Lively in federal court in Massachusetts for crimes against humanity. This week, the First Circuit Court of Appeals denied Lively’s final request to have it dismissed because, well, the whole genocide thing.

And this week, while he awaited his fate at his crimes against humanity trial, Lively told Trunews that homosexuality should be considered “more offensive” than mass killings, because gay people caused the Great Flood that wiped out the human race (technically, God did, and technically there is no evidence of that actually occurring, but who’s counting?).
“Homosexuality is not just another sin,” he said according to Right Wing Watch, “it is the sin that defines rebellion against God, the outer edge of rebellion against God and it is the harbinger of God’s wrath, that’s why the Scripture gives the warning, ‘as in the days of Noah.’”
In a way it makes sense that Lively would be adamant that homosexuality was worse than mass murder, considering that the mass murder of gay people is what he stands accused of trying to achieve.

By Jameson Parker, http://addictinginfor.org