Yes We Can Can! Perfect song for all marching Saturday in support of the Women’s March on Washington.
Thanks Rachel Giese!
Side note: The Pointer Sisters’ 40’s look is one of my fave things of all time… the BEST. So enjoy these lovely photos of the girls working this iconic look…
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
APERTURE: George Dureau (born in New Orleans, 1930; died in New Orleans, 2014) was a painter, sculptor, and photographer known for his focus on the male nude. His paintings command regional and national recognition, and draw on classical and baroque traditions. His photographs of nudes, street people, and people who are maimed and deformed (often figures also incorporated within his paintings and sculptures), have garnered international acclaim. Often compared to Robert Mapplethorpe’s work, Dureau’s black male nudes predate Mapplethorpe’s Black Book pictures by several years. Also classically formal, they distinguish themselves from Mapplethorpe’s work by the nature of the connection between photographer and subject.
Dureau’s career has been the subject of retrospectives at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art (2006 and 2011) and the New Orleans Museum of Art (2009). The first exhibition of his photographs in New York (at Higher Pictures) was in 2012. Immersed in New Orleans’s unique art and culture throughout his life, Dureau became a widely known character of the French Quarter.
Book of Igor postcards by william baker
photo above: chalxharn
Mario by Dick Mitchell for Summer Diary
INSPIRED (and HOTARIOUS) LOOK OF THE NIGHT: SUPER HOT URIAH HARRIS doing CHER/THE WAY OF LOVE (and a few SEXY pics thrown in)
Uriah Harris by Marco Ovando – LOVE|SEXO Magazine #2
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
EARLY CHRISTMAS GIFT!!! COZY UP w/ SISSYDUDE FAVE GABE LADUKE/ photos by KIKO DIONISIO for SUMMER DIARY PROJECT…
COZY UP with GABE LADUKE
photographed in Montreal by KIKO DIONISIO
I usually hate Santa/ Christmas theme porn… but this is HOTARIOUS!!! Lot’s of verbal hilarity and HOT intense and mega camp porn sex. LOVE!!!