Moving in this weekend! ( I wish)
Dear Diary, I stay up endless sleepless nights wondering what my life might have become if after sliding out my mothers womb, I hadn’t been brutally attacked and had my brand new new to the world little penis chopped up and mutilated. Would I have been better in school? Would I have been a better lover? Diary, I will never know what happened to that little flap of skin that was stolen from me. Was it thrown into a trash heap and gulped up by a city pigeon. Oh Diary, I will never know. I can always count on you Diary to listen tearing dropping conundrums. XOXO
San Francisco ” Intactivist” Wants to Ban Circumcision
Lloyd Schofield: Saving your skin!
Meet Lloyd Schofield, the California “Intactivist” rounding up signatures for a ban on circumcision within San Francisco’s city limits. Schofield and many others that circumcising baby boys isn’t all that different than the highly publicized female genital mutilation that happens in many parts of the world, but it widely banned.
While the health risks associated with circumcision are dramatically lower than butchering that young girls are forced to undergo, is slicing and dicing a newborn boy’s genitals all that different?
- San Francisco Circumcision Ban Could Be on November Ballot (themoderatevoice.com)
A bit generic but the more we get GAY out there the sooner homophobia ends. Its all about the baby steps!
CLEAVER, HYSTERICAL & SEXY!!…is this new Jawbone blue tooth TV commercial. That’s a REAL rugby team + two actors Pete & Randy. Rugby team didn’t know about the KISS. The reactions what you see on their faces are REAL!! Directed award winning director Sam Bayer. He has directed videos for Justin Timberlake,The Strokes, Nirvana and Green Day. Bayer won Director of the Year at the MTV Awards in 2005 and 2007.
For the second time Bally have teamed up with CSM to collaborate with some of their students for a capsule collection. Last year it was womenswear, this year is an all mens affair. Designed by student Craig Green, the four piece collection puts some interesting twists on well established menswear staples. Purists should probably look away now, but anyone who can appreciate something new should like this.
- Photos of the Moment | Central St. Martins (tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com)
There was a hot minute in the 1990s I had a black fuzzy kangol hat on my head. The cool kids were doing it, and I followed. I had know idea Kangol existed outside of hats. I am surprising pleased.