It's amazing how sometimes one TV show...or book, or movie...can resonate so well years after it was created. It doesn't happen often either. But The Golden Girls continues to entertain several generations over 30 years after it first aired.
Mrs. White, kindly collect the flames on the side of your face and breathless, heaving breaths and take a hike.
You can read more about it here.
A Sweet Gay Pride Proposal
I actually like to see these things make news...because I think it's still so new and amazing that gay men can actually do this in public, legally. It's not something I ever take for granted. It wasn't that long ago that almost every single politician on the planet refused to come out in favor of legalized same sex marriage, and I'm not going to forget that any time soon. You can't even call out one politician in particular. Almost all took the safe road and said they wanted the states to decide...until SCOTUS ruled and then they all started to "evolve."
If love is the universal language of love, and Pride is the universal language of fabulous, then what we have here is one seriously fabulous display of love.
It’s a Pride wedding proposal for the ages, and our hearts are all a-flutter (you may need to click the speaker icon to turn on sound):
Here's the rest, with a video. I'm also amazed at how negative the comments are. Evidently, they don't remember.
Gay Reality TV Is Still Devolving
What can you say? It's reality TV. Evidently, people are still watching things like this. And as long as they continue to watch there will be TV shows like this. I'm not judging it. That's just a fact. Personally, I just finished watching Anne With an E, on Netflix. I highly recommend it.
The cable network E! continues its barrage of reality television, this time with their skin-driven What Happens at the Abbey. Set at the West Hollywood landmark, the series centers on proprietor David Cooley and his battalion of vapid, pretty and often surgically enhanced staffers.
They get naked, and have sex. I obviously don't think there's anything wrong with that, but at least have a storyline. Something with a little substance. If you take the sex out of this show, will there still be a show? That's the true test with anything creative that has a lot of sex in it. Maybe they did give it a storyline. I don't know for sure.
This article has put together a few quotes from the series to show you what it's about. Here's one that I found amusing... from one of those "fashionista" people.
“I actually believe in my heart that I will start the fanny pack up again, just like I started the man bun!”–Daniel, self-proclaimed fashionista and model
Here are the rest. And you know, you could check out Anne With an E on Netflix.
Not All Gay Novels Have Sex