Kylie Minogue’s Disco

Gays come in different colors, shapes and sizes. However one common bond we Cher seems to be our love affair with divas. Every gay seems to have one (or in my case, an army) they will follow to the ends of the Earth. Kylie Minogue has reached gay icon status with rabid fans worshiping at…

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Coronavirus Project #6

          The two people who have had the most influence on my personal hair stylings over the years are Shaun Cassidy, with his male version of the Farrah Fawcett flip, and Madonna who changed hair styles and colors more often than I changed my underwear…that may explain why I was single…

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Echosmith’s Lonely Generation

  I’ve been a fan of Echosmith’s ever since they first came on to the scene with their song “Cool Kids” in 2013. They’ve released a few EP’s since but I’ve been waiting patiently for a new full-length album. When I purchased a ticket to their Inside A Dream tour in 2018 it came with…

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Halloween

In my gay opinion, Halloween is for kids. This year I was thinking back to my childhood and only remember my last Halloween trick or treating. Picture it, Sicily 1942 (sorry, I’ve been watching too much The Golden Girls), more like Meriden, 1984. For those unfamiliar with world-renowned Meriden, back then it was a small…

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Millie Jackson

My September started out with a bang. Normally my partner and I aren’t Labor Day travelers, who wants to deal with crowds and traffic. However this year we decided to road trip it through Connecticut, New York, and Pennsylvania in order to get to Bethesda, Maryland. Why Bethesda? Two words, Millie Jackson. Back in 2012…

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Madonna’s Madame X (Deluxe)

Now that Madonna explained who Madame X is (she forgot pretentious), this is how I see Madame X. Medellin – Four years since Rebel Heart and I was ready for some new Madonna music. After hearing the first single “Medellin”, I thought “Eh”, but who knew this would be one of the better songs on…

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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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