Thursday, November 18, 2010

Favorite GaGa song and why?

"No Floods" (The REAL fans know what i'm talking about.) I literally LIVE that song everyday.

Ask me anything

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

What's your ideal date/ guy?

Its been sooo since i've been on an actual "date", Im not even sure anymore. LOL! But, my "ideal" guy is already in my life...yet, im single.

Ask me anything

What are your goals in life?

Just to be whatever way I can be.

Ask me anything

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Baby's First Time in the Gay Pride Parade.

A couple weeks ago, I had the experience of a lifetime. I got the chance to actually participate in the Chicago Gay Pride Parade this year. It came through a gig that I scored with the company who's float I was on. I don't even know where to start.

I was working the float with Mystique Summers, from the second season of LOGO's "RuPaul's Drag Race". I was actually surprised by how funny, smart, and just plain down-to-earth she was. Its always interesting meeting people, from Reality TV, away from the cameras. Anyway, when the parade started, it felt as if my heart was going to fly right out of my chest. But, seeing millions of my fellow Gays, Lesbians, Transgenders, and Bisexuals cheering us on simply took away all my anxiety.

Even though wearing a skin-tight silver body suit is not the most comfortable thing to wear on a sunny near 90° day, I had a greatest time of my life. With everyone cheering, wanting photos, and showing me so much love, I really felt proud to be apart of our colorful Gay 
community. Seeing all of us coming together to create such a powerful positive energy really inspired me. This was our day, and if we really want to, we could rule the world. I felt as if I was actually apart of making History.

I always understood the reason for the Gay Pride festivities, but, that day I finally GOT IT.

I guess that shy little Gay boy, who moved to the Windy City all but five years ago, has come a long way.


Now Playing:

"Liberty Walk" - Miley Cyrus

"A Piece Of Sky" - Barbra Streisand

"Clap Your Hands" - Sia

Friday, June 25, 2010

Freelance Work: Christina Aguilera Album Review

Checkout my album review for Christina Aguilera's album, "Bionic".

Here's a sample:

...“Bionic” opens with a title track of the same name. This first song
serves as an introduction to Christina’s new sound and direction for
the rest of the album. “Not Myself Tonight”, the second track and
first single, not only does a great job of showing us the new grown up
Xtina, but the lyrics also makes a statement about this album sound as
a whole. “Woohoo”, the third track, and upcoming single, is... 


Thursday, June 24, 2010

Pride Weekend 2010

Just over two years ago, I started venturing into the Gayborhood. Now, years later, I'm so gay that I'm actually going to be in the Chicago Gay Pride Parade. Yes, this weekend, June 27, I will be performing(dancing) on one of the floats in the parade!! I scored a modeling gig with "PrettyBoy Magazine". I'm so excited!

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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Those "Silver Foxes" Just Keep on Comin'.

I was online, the other day, checking my inbox on Adam-4-Adam, when I saw yet another email from a horny older guy in his mid forties. For a while now, I've been thinking about the whole "age" thing when it comes to the Gay community, Gay men in particular. Being the keen social observer that I am, I've noticed a particular pattern where older Gays eroticse the younger generation of Gays. I've witnessed it first-hand, both over the Internet and in social settings. I might not be into older men, but that doesn't stop them from sending me emails via whatever dating site I might be using. In any given week, I receive at least fifteen messages all from men between the ages of 35 to 55.

I got to thinking about my generation of gay men, "Generation Y". Will we share the same fate of "Generation X"? Will we find ourselves still going to "twink" bars and looking for "love", on the Internet, well into our forties and fifties? I would hope not. Seeing that we have the reality of Gay Marriage in our grasps. But, sometimes I just wonder.