Gay Anthems!

It’s officially pride week. Time to break out those dancin’ shoes.

Fearsome will start with the men who made this teen, back when he was a teen in the late 1970s, wish he was older so he too could be at the discos out west in San Fransisco.

Village People – Go West – 1979

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A Little Beard Music

Taking a short break from daily pride post we reminisce back to 1975 when I was but a youth and Fearsome wasn’t quite yet peach fuzz. It was about this time that I started to discover my preference for male affection. Listening to music such as ZZ Top I was able to bond with older males (teenagers, and to not get any parties in a wad …that I wasn’t having sex with) who’s attention I desired.

Tush was a favorite. Listening to it today I realize it’s also a blues masterpiece.

Learn to Fly

Connection:

Life:

Connection enriches life. Life connects us. We are sharing a common experience right now. We learn, love, teach, understand, support, share, laugh, cry, hold, grow and feel.

We…

Feel.

I pause to feel. I pause to experience. I pause to connect. I pause to…

Wow, just beautifully fucking powerful wow.

May I learn to fly today, today right where I am.

…and may I have a sense of humor that I might not take myself too seriously…

Life, let’s live it …and together may we have a fabulous day.

Superhuman

So when there’s too much weight on a foundation, it will apparently crumble.

It’s a hard life lesson, as sometimes it is our very own foundation that fails.

Superhuman, I am not.

Simply put it has not been a good week. The implosion of Notre Dame’s spire and my decision for Fearsome Beard (the blog) to go dark for the week both turned out to be prophetic.

I’ll spare the details as I haven’t the energy or ability to sort it out here. At least not right now. It’s better I sort it out with a professional and just let my readers know that the beards will return. However it’s going to be a few days further into my recovery before I’m mentally and physically back together enough to make any genuine efforts.

In the mean time this Metallica tune seems apropos.

Metallica – Welcome Home ( Sanitarium )

A tune that, in my humble opinion, is the most underrated Metallica masterpiece to date.

‘Tis the season

Fearsome is overcome with so many favorite holiday tunes that tonight he has asked me to post two of his favorites.

We kick it off with Rascal Flatts I’ll be home for Christmas

We continue with the original Santa Baby by Ertha Kitt

Although not exactly an Xmas tune,  as a bonus we post the comical Sisters from the classic film White Christmas, this is the full scene including the drag reprise performance by Bing & Danny.

 

‘Tis the season

Fearsome remembers watching the very episode of Glee, from whee this clip comes, the night it aired. He swooned. For the first time ever he witnessed two men sing this duet. For both of us it was a fantasy come true.

Not only a fantasy come true but one of the best performances of this classic ever.

Baby It’s Cold Outside – Glee