Broadway Youth Center's
Favorite disco song
September by Earth, Wind & Fire. — Joe
Boogie Oogie Oogie. — Pubert
Lovin' Is Really My Game ( the Betty Wright
version ) . — Peter
Doctor's Orders. — Andrew
Last Dance. — Kirk, Lisa, Jennifer
Flash Light. — Creaoke
Le Disko by Shiny Toy Guns... does that count?
Le Freak. — Kathleen
Product you'd be the perfect endorser for
After six years of working for Howard Brown--
Condoms! — Joe
Dildoes. — Pubert
If I had to sell out, I guess... naw, fuck it, I
ain't sellin' out! — Kirk
Capri pants. — Jennifer
Liquid Silk Lube. — Peter
Chiquita bananas--I eat them all the time.
Cargo pants. — Amy
Sphincterine. — graysong
Chili Pepper vibrators. — Lisa
Moleskin Journals, Durex Condoms. — Robb
TV Remote Control. — Kathleen
Gillette Mach III. — Creaoke
Last "classic" movie you saw
Does Dreamgirls count? If not, it should!
Auntie Mame. — Pubert
Aliens. — Peter
Dracula starring Bela Lugosi. — Amy
Mildred Pierce. — Jennifer
Star Wars. — Lisa
The 39 Steps. — Andrew
Lilies of the Field. — Kathleen
From Justin to Kelly. — graysong
A Face In the Crowd. — Creaoke
A German brothel is offering discounts to men over 66. Comments?
Anything to raise the visibility of our queer
elders' needs! — Joe
The decrepit get all the breaks! — Kirk
Wait, so the prostitute gets less money AND
has to deal with a limp dick? — Amy
Only if they shave their backs. — Lisa
One more reason it sucks to be 65. — Robb
Ask me again in 20 something years.
Do they make them sign a release?
How will you spend Pride Sunday ( June 24 ) ?
Staffing the 9th Annual Youth Pride Zone in
front of the Broadway Youth Center. — Joe
Being at the parade--probably in spirit.
Setting up for a meeting in Atlanta :- ( .
Most likely diving in Florida. — Creaoke
You mean 'Gay Amateur Day?' — Kathleen
In Florida. — Lisa
Weeping bitter tears into my tequila, but
that's a pretty normal Sunday. — graysong
Shit-faced and sunburnt. — Amy
Pictures, pictures, pictures. — Robb
Working like a rented slave. — Kirk
I won't know my name. — Pubert
Eating in my place, watching the parade from
my balcony. — Peter