search SGN
Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019
click to go to click to visit advertiser's website





 
Cost of the
War in Iraq
(JavaScript Error)
click to go to advertisers website
 
Lipstick and Lust
Rustycon hijinks, a new 'lust object,' and falling for another soldier
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

First, here's a heartfelt and desperate plea (representing tons of GBLTQ fans who like to dish during the Oscars), please, please, please, greedy producers, negotiate with those very deserving writers so our Academy Awards and Grammys don't get cancelled. 'Kay? 'Kay. I mean, how lame was this year's People's Choice Awards (which this one sat through because of the bodacious Queen Latifah - who gave it good shot, but hey, you can only do so much without an audience or flashy production numbers)? One hopes something like sanity comes to this situation and soon, but we are glad to see Craig Ferguson back on the air (even if he's recycling some of his previous guests over and over and recycling a few of Mr. Homophobe Dave Letterman's guests). Guys, work this strike out, for the love of Goddess!

In the meantime, this one has totally fallen head over heels for Tacoma band MonoNDCF and their song "City Scrapers," which I heard on KEXP and decided when my sci-fi book finally does come out, this should be the theme song. Guys, a hint here? And we are so loving Atlanta band Dead Confederate and just have to "dance all nasty" in The Digs every time KEXP plays "The Rat" (which this one would love to "get nasty" to someday, read: soon!) Listen up for these two topnotch acts and you'll see why I love Southern boyzz and Tacoma.

Also in the "falling" category, this one is all gushed out about a certain Marine (who this one did not spend New Years Eve with - work got in the way), who she has been doing all sorts of wicked things with over the phone. The Big Meeting is planned for this weekend, and this one can hardly keep her panties on, she's so excited. Do we have it bad? Yes, mos def! Just hoping our moron prez doesn't send that one overseas with some other poor folks going to Afghanistan, and we are looking forward to a return of "army sweetie" very soon too (though having another soldier love will definitely complicate matters, so stay tuned!). Hey, never said I was the monogamous type, eh? And that one never held this one to that, so should be fine.

Also, before I move on to telling you what delish products this one has been loving, let me also mention that not only do I have a wild girlcrush on a certain little hottie who works at the Madison Check Mart ('Sam/oh Sam/my beautiful Sam&'), but this one hooked up and got her "bell rung," not once, but about seven times (really, seven times, folks!) by a tall, lean Sag at Rustycon. Guess that even though this one didn't fetch as many beads as some other contestants did in the International Bank of Timbuktu's "slave auction,"she did win one helluva prize, eh? Oh baby, you've gotta love someone who keeps saying things like: "I've got an idea&" and "I learned this on the internet" (who knew one could learn how to give a girl screaming orgasms from reading up on the G-spot on the internet!). Wow, and wow again!

So, now that mother nature has turned the weather over to her garage sale folks, and we're having all kinds of wicked weather - hey, yesterday (Monday), it rained, snowed, hailed and snowed some more - it's time to take better care of La Face. That would be best accomplished by trying Yves Rocher's Serum Vegetal Force +, which makes the face look sweet as a peach, even in the worst weather. Also try The Body Shoppe's Wisewoman Moisturizing Cream too. Yves Rocher you can order by going to www.yvesrocher.com. And for a little color in these gray days, make your eyes pop by lining them with Sephora's new line of Flashy Liners. I gave myself the electric blue one for Christmas and am loving, loving, loving it. This one is planning to pair it with a saucy gold crayon she also gave herself for Christmas when she covers The Breach (at The Seattle Rep) later this week. Finally, to smell yummy, but not overpowering, give Burberry's Brit Sheer a daub. Trust me, you'll love this one, and it'll make you feel good too, and who doesn't need that in these dark days of winter?

So, that's it, my little tangerines, and by the time you read this, I'll be officially one week away from another birthday (which this one plans to celebrate at La Wet Spot, having renewed her membership and had more fun hurting willing "bottoms" the last time she was there). Feel free to drop a present of candles by, since this one never has enough of those, dahling. Cards are nice, too. In the meantime, stay warm, be fabulous and never, never bow down to fear or defeat, and if you get a chance, pick up The Secret. This little book has changed this one's life for the better and is helping her endure living in "misery city." Hey, it attracted the "Sag who shagged me," so pick it up and see what it can do for your life. And do feel free to e-mail me at ijanaral@yahoo.com and do check out the blog version of this column. Buhbye!

New!! LGBT & LGBT friendly
"What's Happening WA"

click to visit advertiser's website

click to visit advertiser's website
click to visit advertiser's website
click to visit advertiser's website
click to visit advertiser's website
click to visit advertiser's website
click to visit advertiser's website
click to visit advertiser's website
click to visit advertiser's website
click to visit advertiser's website
Seattle Gay Blog
post your own information on
the Seattle Gay Blog


click to visit advertiser's website

copyright Seattle Gay News - DigitalTeamWorks 2007