Monday, September 26, 2011


So you may have seen in a previous post that's I'm reading that 80's book body language. I love reading it on the subway and trying things out. It led me to looking into Kinesics and Paul Ekmanand the study of Kinesic communication and I realized how endlessly curious I've always been about this and any information about it.

Sunday, September 25, 2011


WhO CaReS!

And I am definitely going back on words and actually video footage in my early blog where I was highly bitter and resentful of mass. My bony ass couldn't take it. I was unaware of it but muscle gave me feva.

I think it looks awesome - I do. I'm not trying to hit it because, as many Gay men refuse to understand, this size likes the same. Generally. Unless they are tranny chasers. Or Reavis chasers. Bodybuilders are a 3rd sexuality. It is sooGay. Now, not that I'm saying that I have or I haven't but hypothetically speaking I mean if I have... it's a playground under one a these men! I hear. I'm not near this freakishness and at 37 I won't be because it's genetically impossible for me and let's face it, it's countdown to 50 - every moment is precious. I do, however, not have the guns that I could have and am rapidly changing this. However, there's nothing to wear. I thought it was brutal when I couldn't fit into Helmut Lang in the 90's and I was truly a rail. I've been to all the stores and every single one has accommodated the modern man: small shoulders, skinny arms and love handles bigger than their flat asses. I'm sorry I'm not being a body Nazi it is a fact. Go to the stores. My sorry ass trying on dress shirts today all sweaty - it was a 'cryin shame. The pants I get to fit the ass and thigh and the tailor takes it in at the waist, like black men do. No skinny jeans for me it looks like a soda can on its side w legs. Anyways... So... I guess the other option is 80's gym puff pants and shredders. And then when you have a suit tailored you look like a monkey. It's awful both ways.


Thursday, September 22, 2011


Went to a screening at a new space that DickChicken and other artists decorated. I was in if DickChicken did it. Below sculptures by Laura Kaplan.

Bathroom Wallpaper by DickChicken...

Awwww. I think the whole neon pee bathroom foyer was DickChicken also. I loved the montage of photos of peeing. Let's just put it out there, right?

Who's this?

Mantra of the hung. Thumbs up from me.

Billy Leroy, owner of Billy's Antiques, and cast member of the film screened "Don Peyote".

They had a guy smudging people with sage. I got the full body treatment. Loved this.

Laura Kaplan and the diabolically brilliant Joe Coleman