Archive for category: Inversion


Being anonymous and populated mostly by eldergays, more postings at DataLounge are actually honest than one might expect


Skye Joseph Bartlett (and Neil Z. Page)


Billy Hayes’ Insomniac City: New York, Oliver, and Me; Douglas Thomas’ Never Use Futura


Gene Dermody, living legend of homosexualist sports: “The average and less gifted are left behind, and they are the ones who need more diverse athletic programs the most”


Andrew “Milky Loads” Sullivan: “[T]his book [Love Undetected]… came up like puke”


Mestizo homosexualist writer Richard Rodriguez: “We were driving down the peninsula of San Francisco to a prep school. We were going to be judges of an essay contest. And we were like clowns in a circus in this little car, all like this in the back seat. And I remember somebody was putting a hand across to reach for something…. And I remember the touch of his sleeve, which was cashmere. The windows were steamed up. So much life in that car. Within five years, everybody in that car was dead”


To promote the Trough and TroughX gay parties, creative director Nik Dimopoulos pioneers his own style: Realist Absurdity™


As seemingly ever, keeping the model’s clothes on is what works

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