I have an opinion. So does the maker of this New York Times video.
We both have the right to express our opinions. We also have the right to agree or disagree or even maybe find a grey area or common ground, or at least we do right now.
If we wish to be able to freely have our opinions, express our opinions, debate our opinions and work toward common good we all must vote in the November midterms. That is vote before it’s too late.
Oh and the video? It’s worth the watch.
You go Janet!
It was another of my regular Saturday nights out at the local gay disco in 1986, a disco called The Park. That cute guy I had met last weekend was out with me. His name you ask? Well like most really cute one, two or three weekend stands from that era of my life his name escapes me. However he was hot, or at least my memory says he was. One thing I do know for sure is that he was just slightly taller than I, he had dark hair and he could dance.
The mix of familiar pulsing music had us sweaty from a seemingly endless twirl on the dance floor. We took a break and stood in line to grab a couple cold draft Budweisers (it was the 80’s after all) when the pulse of music paused and the first few percussion beats of this new tune followed by those now familiar twinkle notes enveloped us. He screamed in his best queen for that moment voice “Oh my god, we have to get back out there! It’s Janet’s new song!” And the beers were forgotten as we lost ourselves back out on that dance floor to what would become one of may favorite all time Janet tracks.
What happened to that cute guy I’ll never know, but when I hear this tune I think of him…and when I think of him I smile.
Nike released the first full ad of their new campaign. It was worth my two minutes and probably worth yours. I needed a tissue.
Inspiring. Moving. Heartfelt. Human.
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Verklempt I am.
Inspired I am.
Courage. Vulnerability. Truth. Grief. Honor.
Leadership. Patriotism. Integrity.
Honesty. Reality. Respect.
Understanding. Cooperation. Humility. Equality. Democracy. Justice. Service.
There is a greater good. Let’s strive toward that.
We reflect with gratitude for the example given to us by Senator McCain as well as that shared by the speakers above.
Looks like Jake Shears has a new one out.
Big Bushy Mustache
Yes, this is worth your time.
This man, Beto O’Rourke, could possibly replace Ted Cruz. Click HERE if you want to help.
Peppermint and Caswell helping us shake our booty’s through the midweek.
End transphobia. What’s in my pants is between me and my god, not you and yours.
This Beard, this certain Fearsome Beard, made the commitment to his soul last week to search for inspiration, search for beauty, search for passion and search for his own talent. He committed to try. To try to not only seek and to find but to enact. Trial through action to take himself to a higher level.
The next step has been taken, if only one foot has left the ground. With many steps ahead may my success exceed even my wildest dreams.
Beauty, passion, inspiration lie everywhere. All we must do is appreciate, accept and live. Live to the fullest.
Damn, ain’t ZZ Top just great? Damn great.
It is time.
It’s time I stepped up and took my career, my interests, my motivation and my life to the next level.
I’ve been busy. I’ve been stuck. I’ve done a lot. I’ve not done enough.
Therefore I look. I look for inspiration. I seek inspirational things.
Tonight I start with music. Who is my favorite? What music moves me? Which will elnlighten me, inspire me, uplift me and move me?
Look what you made me do…
Yeah bitches that what you made me do.
San Diego;s Civic Center Main Stage 7/28/18
I laughed my head off bitches! I laughed my head off for three hours along with 2,200 other bitches. Yup, we went to see Kathy Griffin’s Laugh Your Head Off World Tour here in San Diego last night.
Well if you ain’t, you oughta be. She was, and still is, fabulous.
While what she may have done last year might have possibly been in bad taste, what she did is not illegal and in fact is protected in our constitution.
Fearsome is still recovering as he covers my laugh lines.
Three recordings of the same tune. Which one is your favorite?
Probably the most well known:
The most intense cover:
Although the Soft Cell cover holds a special place in my heart and will always be a big part of my early adulthood story, the original Gloria Jones version is my favorite.
Fearsome? I caught him bobbing up and down to Marilyn Manson. I guess you can say between us we like all three.
Cakes by Caswell
Warning: NSFW and a bit racy for this here Fearsome blog thingy but we just couldn’t help hitting “copy, paste & post”.
…of corse it’s Not Safe For Work, it’s Caswell…
Yes girl it’s KiKi time
We’re gonna serve and work and turn and huh-huh-Honey.
It’s here. It’s already here.
San Diego celebrates in July. After the other two large cities in our Golden State take the last two weekends in June, San Diego gives everyone a couple week break and then continues the celebrations.
I’ve been celebrating Pride since the first one I ever had the opportunity to attend. That particular pride was Seattle Pride 1990. I have been out of the closet since I was but a teenager however the place I lived had yet to have a pride celebration.
What Pride means to me is simply that we can be and are or authentic selves. In that we respect each other and support each other in living authentic lives. We celebrate and embrace diversity, acceptance, understanding, respect, affirmation, love and freedom.
Pride is, and should always be, a place of safety to simply just be. Just be. Be without judgment, discrimination, hatred and intolerance.
Be authentic. Be real.
July 11, 1931 – July 8, 2018
Thank you, you will be missed.
This tune has always been a Fearsome favorite from way back when he was just a bushy porn star ‘stache.
Happy Weekend y’all!
After this week I’ve gotta lighten up.
May your weekend be bright.
one energy, one life, one light
live, love, respect, understand, express, grow, unite