Two super hotties! That’s lucky photographer JOHN EDWARD FINK on the right.
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Past Sissydude post featuring Brian @ RMRL HERE
Responding to a question on Twitter asking her how she felt about Trump selecting Frank Sinatra’s “My Way,” Nancy Sinatra responded, “Just remember the first line of the song.”
Lyric FYI: “And now, the end is near, And so I face the final curtain”
Nancy’s Twitter HERE
VIVO MEDIA ARTS CENTRE: Gayblevision, Canada’s first television program made “for gay people by gay people”, was produced through Vancouver’s West End Cable 10 between 1980-1986. It documented the local LGBTQ community – the issues, people, events, businesses and organizations that defined the early 1980s. It includes rare interviews with community leaders and cultural icons, and provides insight into the formation of the Pride movement and the impact of AIDS.
Co-founder and first President, Don Durrell, donated the collection in 1993. It includes over eighty Gayblevision episodes and those of Pacific Wave, a series initiated December 1983 by Durrell and other Gayblevision producers. Co-founder Mary Anne McEwen donated additional Gayblevision videos including raw footage of their Tennessee Williams interview. Other videos include an AIDS Special, Pride tapes, promotional segments, audio tracks, and working cassettes. In 2014 a donation of production stills and other ephemera was made in honour of McEwen.
READ MORE HERE.
STONEWALL GAZETTE: This is historically important archival footage of activist Alan Hicox, from a segment produced for Gayblevision in 1983. Hicox died on Sept 26, 1984; he was only 21 years of age. Gayblevision was Canada’s first gay TV show and was produced in Vancouver. In this footage, Hicox shares his experience with AIDS and talks about how he is helping to educate the public. FULL 4:44 VERSION HERE. Video @ XTRA
above “Prozac Pill” by Karen Shapiro, 2016, Raku ceramic. 4 1/2 in diameter, 11.4 cm diameter
available for $500. US HERE
ELLE MAG: Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds–who died on December 27 and December 28, respectively–had a memorial service today in Hollywood Hills. Carrie, who chose to be cremated, had some of her ashes buried with her mother. The rest were carried in a Prozac pill-shaped urn by Fisher’s brother, Todd Fisher.
— Cher (@thecherness) January 6, 2017
“Carrie’s favorite possession was a giant Prozac pill that she bought many years ago. A big pill. She loved it, and it was in her house, and Billie [Lourd, Fisher’s daughter] and I felt it was where she’d want to be. We couldn’t find anything appropriate. Carrie would like that. It was her favorite thing, and so that’s how you do it.” – Todd Fisher
photo above: chalxharn
Mario by Dick Mitchell for Summer Diary
LOOK AT THIS GUY… What a beauty! It’s like Chris Evans and Al Parker had a total dreamboat love child.
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SISSYDUDE LOVES: DUSTI’S DIVINELY DIRTY DUDENHEIMERS/ SUPER HOT HAIRY MEN/ PHOTOS by DUSTI CUNNINGHAM
“OH MY, IT’S FRUITCAKE WEATHER”… A SISSYDUDE TRADITION: TRUMAN CAPOTE’S A CHRISTMAS MEMORY starring GERALDINE PAGE & DONNIE MELVIN (1966)
Geraldine Page gives a legendary performance in Truman Capote’s autobiographical short story about a young boys friendship with his elderly child-like cousin. A story of love, loss, and loneliness is a Holiday tradition that will warm your heart, and break it a little as well.
Wikipedia: “A Christmas Memory” was adapted for television for ABC Stage 67 by Truman Capote and Eleanor Perry. The production starred Geraldine Page and Donnie Melvin, and Truman Capote was the narrator. Both the teleplay and the program’s star, Geraldine Page, won Emmy Awards. The production also won the coveted Peabody Award.
Just bought this lovely pic @ Historic Images.
ALL THE CLOTHES AND HARNESS BY WOO YEAH
A few more shots of Álan (and other hot images) from his Tumblr i2406, after the jump…
I’ve been following QUEERRILLA’S tumblr for years… he’s a hot young bearded fellow with an eye for sexy dudes and pop culture weirdness. Sound familiar? So here he is as “My New Boyfriend!” Check him out and his AWESOME new art works… you will fall in LOVE!
I bet he smells REALLY GOOD.
HOMEGROWN: Along Kolkata’s Hooghly River, there dwells a constant sweet fragrance owed to Malik Ghat – a large wholesale flower market that attracts more than 2,000 sellers each day. While most foreign photographers travelling to Kolkata are attracted by its picturesque sunsets, or obsessed with capturing ‘poverty porn’ of sorts, Danish photographer Ken Hermann’s approach was a little different.
Having first visited Malik Ghat as a tourist, he fell in love, and knew he had to go back as a photographer. The vibrant colours of Malik Ghat’s various flowers usually make for a beautifully composed picture, if a seemingly obvious one, but Hermann was more interested in the people behind them. Men and women dedicating their lives to selling fresh flowers captivated Hermann, and inspired him to create a series of unique portraits that bring into focus the faces behind the petals, not to mention how varied each one of their petals really are. READ THE REST HERE @ HOMEGROWN
“If you want to take pictures in India, people tend to just stand up and look proud and strong. It’s very different from the Western world because if you take pictures here, people tend to smile,” shared Hermann. Hermann’s website HERE See the whole FLOWER MAN photo series HERE.
… AND WE’LL ESCAPE THE DARKNESS, WE WON’T BE SEARCHING ANYMORE… THERE’S GOT TO BE A MORNING AFTER MEGA-POST!!!