"Why is it that these women have forgotten how great it was to have a role model that not only stuck it to the man, but then stuck it to herself, in herself and tasted it as if to say how dare you moderate my sexuality?"
I’m a Madonna fan.
For a lot of people of my generation it came with being gay.
"Would the twink in the corner demanding an umbrella in his flirtini have grown out of his conceptually feminine behaviours by the age of ten if he’d been taught the words to Gloria Gaynor’s I Am What I Am instead of Jack and Jill when he was four? Does it matter? Am I in my own way being homophobic by thinking that?
For a long time now, Bruce Weber has been one of my favourite photographers. I could spend days writing about him and his various pieces of work, but you'd be better off just popping by his brilliant website to find out more (you'll need bandwidth!) In the meantime, here's something fun to tickle your eyeholes with.
Personally, I'm a fan of both these ladies and it seems like a lot of effort to go to to make a point. I really liked this song since Hard Candy though, so pump up the volume and watch two of our most fabulous divas battle it out!
“Children who need to be taught to respect traditional moral values are being taught that they have an inalienable right to be gay”.
Today marks the funeral of Margaret Thatcher. It seems like lazy writing to say she was divisive. It’s a word I’ve read a thousand times in the 9 days since her death. During this period, I’ve witnessed street parties, national mourning, a very long yet well crafted documentary in Sweden and watched people tear each other apart on social media discussing her legacy and the legitimacy of rejoicing at someone’s death.