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SISSYDUDE LOVES: @ BCALLA FW15/ COLBY DOES NEW YORK @ COLBY DOES AMERICA

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BCALLA’s video presentation is a collaboration with Colby Keller. The FW15 video, directed by Special Agent Ferretti with set design by Michael Burk, employs 1990s cartoon imagery to transport the players (CockyBoys team) to a psychedelic sphere where sex is a colorful and exuberant experiment, but more importantly, sex is funny. Brooklyn nightlife is the glue and sweat that holds the BCALLA FW15 collection together. A familiar venue for BCALLA, the electric sandbox with no rules and no gender embraces the pop sexuality of a media-frenzied and porn-infused underground.

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Edited by Drew Bolton with art direction and set design by Michael Burk. The collection is styled with custom head pieces by Love Bailey and features a soundtrack by NEOCAMP.

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE!!! and on COCKYBOYS too!

Check out COLBY DOES AMERICA for more of Mr. Keller’s adventures!!!

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dave salmoni working out @ hardy candy in toronto… that is all…

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HOTARIOUS: JUSTIN VIVIAN BOND & TAYLOR MAC – “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord” (2011) via david & derek

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Justin Vivian Bond & Taylor Mac tear up the house with their rendition of “Were You There When They Crucified My Lord.”
Performed at the Castro Theatre, 4/9/2011; event produced by Marc Huestis presents; piano by Thomas Bartlett; camera by Mark Kliem; sound by Randall Schiller productions

sissydude loves: andy warhol’s HEAT directed by Paul Morrissey

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UNDERGROUND FILM JOURNAL
: Everybody wants Joe. In the Paul Morrissey directed Heat from 1972, Warhol superstar Joe Dallesandro plays an ex-child star who now sleeps around to get by in Hollywood. Among his conquests is an aging actress, Sally (Sylvia Myles), whose glamorous heyday has long passed her by. While she wants to help Joe attain his dreams, her goodwill may be undone by her psychotic, potentially lesbian daughter Jessie (Andrea Feldman).

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This was the third film in Morrissey’s so-called “trash trilogy” that also included the films Flesh (1968) and Trash (1970).

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