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A little something to remember...

Courage does not always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day that says,
"I will try again tomorrow."

Thursday, February 28, 2008

HNT #46


We're getting close to HNT #52 which will be a big one celebrating a year's worth of HNT.
Happy HNT everyone. Enjoy my booty.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

New Bed

Introducing....my....new....bed! It only took about 6 hours...not counting the drying time to stain and finish my new bed. I love it.


Monday, February 25, 2008

Me, as Muse


My friend Matt Palmer is an artist and is working on his portfolio for school. He's done a few drawings of me, but this is by far my favorite. He drew it from the photo in my last HNT post.

Staining

After my audition this morning, I tromped over to Home Depot to pick up stain, brushes, rags, and drop clothes so I could work on finishing my new bed. 5 hours later I had the first coat on. It's in the process of drying now, and tomorrow I will steel wool the entire thing before applying the 2nd and hopefully final coat of stain. So far, it looks pretty great...I'll post pictures when I'm finished.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

HNT #45


This photo was taken in Toronto my last week there. I love it. It's not black and white, I'm painted silver and sprayed with black pigment. It was MESSY, but fun!

Monday, February 18, 2008

Seeing double?


There's something very hot about twins, and these twins are especially sexy. I don't know about you, but I have a huge twin fantasy. Any twins out there?

Sunday, February 17, 2008

Naked in the City



I am pleased to announce the launch of a new blog entitled Naked in the City. The blog will feature photos and stories of nakes experiences from around the globe. Click on over and visit.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

The end of the week...

I've had quite a busy week. It started off fairly easy, but picked up speed as the week progressed until it hit full speed ahead yesterday. I got to see Rufus Wainwright in concert at Radio City Music Hall on the 14th with my friend Lee. Yesterday I had a killer day of auditions....in fact, I can barely move today from the physicality of the dance calls. Muscles I haven't felt in a long time are sore today hindering my mobility to a certain extent. Today was a rather relaxing day....kinda had to be since I can barely walk. Tomorrow's gonna be full of the mundane things like laundry and grocery shopping and maybe the gym. Yippee.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

HNT #44



Happy HNT! I can't believe this is my 44th post. I was going to do a Valentine's Day theme, but I don't really celebrate it, so you're outta luck.

These are dug up from the dancerboy vault. I took these images on tour a few years ago. I can't tell you how many images I have from hotel rooms across America. This boy gets bored on tour.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

IT'S OVER!













The strike has come to an end. Writers will go back to work tomorrow!!!

Monday, February 11, 2008

Monday

It's sooooo cold here in NYC today.  The temperature dropped yesterday and the wind picked up making it feel even colder.  I don't want to get out in this weather, but I need to go drop my laundry off.

Thursday, February 07, 2008

HNT #43


Happy HNT!

Wednesday, February 06, 2008

Accidental Overdose

It's been determined by the Medical Examiner that Heath Ledger died of an accidental overdose of prescription drugs. A sad loss that could have been avoided had he been a little more careful with the amount of pills he put in his body.

My only hope is that he's found peace. We miss you, Heath.

An Important How-To




Tuesday, February 05, 2008

John Mayer



While I find the suit choice a bit questionable, Mr. Mayer's nearly naked body is looking pretty sexy!

GO VOTE!!!!!

A Message to LGBT Americans: “I Want to be Your President”



By Senator Hillary Clinton


As I have traveled around the country these past twelve months, what I sensed in my heart has been confirmed – America is embracing its LGBT sons and daughters with an acceptance and understanding as never before. On the campaign trail, a father of a gay son will ask about ending Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. A woman will ask why she can be discriminated against just because of who she is. Sometimes they wait furtively for the crowd to thin and then whisper their confidences in a soft voice and sometimes they stand up proudly at town meetings and want me to share my views on how I will help lead the change to assure that this country fulfills its promise to everyone.

Let me tell you what I have been telling voters across America. I am fully committed to the fair and equal treatment of LGBT Americans. For seven long years, the Bush Administration has tried to divide us - only seeing people who matter to them. It's been a government of the few, by the few, and for the few. And no community has been more invisible to this administration than the LGBT community.

I will change that. The best evidence of what I will do as President is what I have already done.

I am proud of my record as First Lady, as a U.S. Senator and as a candidate for President in working toward the fair and equal treatment of LGBT Americans.

· I am proud that as Chair of the Senate Democratic Steering and Outreach Committee in 2006, I worked closely with LBGT community to develop a smart strategy that defeated the Federal Marriage Amendment. I am proud of fighting the FMA as divisive wedge politics at its worst.

· I am proud to be a co-sponsor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, the Matthew Shepard Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act, and the Domestic Partnership Benefits and Obligation Act which would grant the same benefits (including health insurance) to domestic partners of federal employees that are currently offered to employees’ legal spouses.

· I am proud to have authored the Early Treatment for HIV Act, which expands access to vital treatment options for low-income individuals living with HIV, and fought to fully fund the Ryan White CARE Act.

· I am proud that I hired a National Director of LGBT Outreach within a month of announcing my candidacy for President and to have openly gay and lesbian staffers serving at all levels of my campaign.

· I am proud to have a National LGBT Steering Committee of over 130 that includes openly LGBT elected officials, Board members and opinion leaders on issues ranging from transgender rights, to HIV/AIDS, to “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”.

· I am proud to have marched in Gay Pride parades as both First Lady and as Senator and to have spoken in front of so many LGBT audiences ranging from the Human Rights Campaign, Empire State Pride Agenda, the Hetrick Martin Institute, PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays), GMHC (Gay Men’s Health Crisis), and the American Foundation for AIDS Research.

· I am proud to have fought Republican efforts to demonize and marginalize the LGBT community, and I will continue to do that as President.

We have so much work to do. When I am President, we will work together to make sure that all Americans in committed relationships have equal benefits and that nothing stands in the way of loving couples who want to adopt children in need. We're going to expand our federal hate crimes legislation and pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act and assure that they are both fully inclusive of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression. And finally, we will put an end to the failed policy of Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Courage, honor, patriotism and sacrifice – the traits that define our men and women in uniform – have nothing to do with sexual orientation.

My father was a conservative Republican, who held very traditional views for much of his life. Yet in his last years, it was a gay couple who lived next door who provided much of the compassion and comfort he and my mother needed as he grew ill. And it was that same neighbor who held his hand as he died. If my father can move, America can move.

To each and every LGBT American, I say this. You have done so much to help this country understand your lives by simply being open and honest about who you are and living your lives with dignity. Thank you for your courage. It is time that we recognize your hard work. I know that this country is ready for changes in the law that reflect the evolution in our hearts.

America deserves a President who appeals to the best in each of us, not the worst; a President who values and respects all Americans and treats all Americans equally no matter who they are or who they love. I want to be that President. I want to be your President.

Monday, February 04, 2008

Go Giants

We had a superbowl party at my apartment last night. It was nice to have friends over, and I got sucked into the game. I was very happy to see New York win!

Sunday, February 03, 2008

Beauty!

















This man is a thing of beauty. I love the way the light hits his lovely body. That's all....figured I'd share it.

Saturday, February 02, 2008

More winter

Punxsutawney Phil's prediction: more winter

I hate him

Make Me A Supermodel


I am addicted to this show! The men are sexy, some are dicks, but there are a couple that I'm really rooting for because they seem to be genuinely nice people. On a side note, their house is right next door to my church. Sweet!!!

Friday, February 01, 2008

TGIF!

I couldn't be happier that it's Friday. It's been a long week! I've had an audition everyday this week, so my body's a little tired. One more to go, then I'm home free for the weekend. My roomies and I are having a Super Mardi Bowl party on Sunday, so now we have to get the apartment and food ready for that.