Tori Amos’ Resistance

In order for music to resonate with me, it has to speak to the sensibilities of my inner teen girl…it’s Britney, Bitch. Back in 1992, Tori Amos released her Little Earthquakes album and it shook my inner Britney to her core. Before this time, my musical taste was very light and pop oriented (and still…

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Betsey Johnson’s Betsey: A Memoir

Who knew in August 2006 when I agreed to cat sit for my partner’s co-worker’s two cats that my TV-watching and diva-stalking life would be changed forever. I agreed to help Betty and Ernest’s parents (I don’t remember their names) for two reasons #1: I love cats and #2: they had cable and air conditioning,…

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Demi Moore’s Inside Out: A Memoir

I was excited to see tickets being sold for a Demi Moore book signing and discussion in New York for her autobiography Inside Out: A Memoir. Earlier that day Whoopi Goldberg was doing a book signing but it was a wristband event, meaning getting there early to be guaranteed a spot. In my gay opinion,…

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Whoopi Goldberg’s The Unqualified Hostess

In my gay opinion, everybody is a whore for something and for me it’s celebrity book signings. Give me a diva dishing about her career, her drug or alcohol addiction, and her ex-lovers and I am all over it. Hell I was even up for Whoopi Goldberg’s signing for her new book The Unqualified Hostess…

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Taylor Dayne’s Tell It To My Heart

I follow some divas for their greatest hits, personalities and live performances; Taylor Dayne is one such diva. I’ve seen her many times at retro festivals, casinos, gay bars, and town greens. She’s tough and distant with a voice that will knock you on your ass. Last month she did a free concert near by…

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John L. Harmon’s Vision Bent

INTRO: Twitter is one of those places where I go to stalk my divas and interact with people from different walks of life. Amazingly, I have only had positive interactions and made quite a few friends, who I refer to as twends. One such twend I have made is author, blogger, and vlogger John L…

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Jenifer Lewis’ The Mother Of Black Hollywood

The thing that Jenifer Lewis and I have most in common (besides being funny, strong, beautiful, African American women) is our undying love of New York City. Lucky for me, New York was one of the stops on Jenifer’s book tour to promote her autobiography The Mother Of Black Hollywood. Sure it meant waking up…

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