March March

New from The Chicks.

March March – The Chicks – 2020

“If your voice had no power, they wouldn’t try to silence you.”    …unknown

Millions of Army’s of one, make up one mighty army.

Remember: Silence = Death

And for some good news:

Supreme Court rules in favor of LGBTQ employment rights.

Yes, transgender and sexual orientation employment rights are protected under the 1964 civil rights act. (Article compliments of Joe.My.God)

H.A.P.P.Y. Radio – Edwin Star – 1979

I Believe in the Power of Love

Yesterday while driving the better half and I were discussing our experiences  with discrimination as gay men, his experiences as a Latino and my experience as a white male. Being gay men we can empathize about discrimination to a point, but we agreed we can never fully understand what it is to be black.

What we can do is acknowledge that we don’t have the same plight, but we can stand for what is right. We can speak out against injustice. We can love, support and stand with our black brothers and sisters. We can believe in the power of Love.

Power of Love – Deee-Lite – 1990

Why Love? The answer us given to us by one if our greatest inspirations.

Rise Up

We here at Fearsome Beard have had the honor to watch Anna Buffini grow from a pretty little girl into the amazingly talented and beautiful woman she is today. We were in attendance at the Mastermind conference where she performed her version of Rise Up.
She inspires us.

Rise Up – Anna Buffini – 2018

 

Heaven

London gay life in the 1980s.

While I wasn’t in London at the time, I did start going to gay clubs while still in high school in 1981. This isn’t exactly my history but it’s not unlike my history.

Heidi, you a star Girl!

Since episode 1 of season 12 of RuPaul’s Drag Race Fearsome and I have been on Team Heidi. Unfortunately last week it was Heidi’s turn to Shashay Away from the stage of season 12. However she will always Shontay You Stay in our eyes and in our heart.

Here are just a few of her highlights:

Heidi, if you happen to stumble upon our little blog thingy and find this post, we want you to know we are in your corner baby! Stay true to yourself, be yourself and let your star shine honey. You aren’t only blessed and highly favored, you are fabulous!

Slave to the Rhythm

This is what Edith Piaf used to say: “Use your faults, use your defects, then you are going to be a star…”

Slave to the Rhythm –  Grace Jones – 1985

Although originally intended for Frankie Goes To Hollywood as a follow up to Relax, Trevor Horn eventually gave the project to Jones who truly made it into the timeless work of art it is.