Here are a few of the pictures I took yesterday while attending the Little Rock Christmas Parade.It was a nice day for a winter parade.I enjoyed getting out of the store and losing myself in the atmosphere for an hour or more.
CLICK ON THE POST TITLE TO VISIT JET SET... Located in an exotic, lushly landscaped pool setting, SLIDE, the new Chris Steele Film for Jet Set Men, moves seamlessly from one hot erotic sex scene to the next. There are many secluded, tree shaded areas that provide the 11 hot, muscular, well-hung specimens of manhood private places for their sizzling sexual adventures. Each one of the four scenes takes place in a different area, in a little world of its own. Jet Set Exclusives Dylan Wood, David Dakota, Derec Stone and Marcus Steele, along with seven other hunks, get into it with each other in one hot duo, two sizzling 3-ways and a wild 4-person orgy. And, oh yes, there is a real water slide. Marina Pacific distributes.
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Friday - November 21, 2008 4:00pm - Step off promptly! (Be there by 3:30 to assemble) Assemble at McArthur Park - 9th street side Little Rock, AR
All participants are encouraged to wear black. The march will be silent. We will break the silence at the Capitol steps where we will have speakers and a candlelight vigil (bring flashlights, no candles at the Capitol).
Signs and banners should reflect that: ALL Families Matter in Arkansas! Act 1 keeps kids from good homes Act 1 takes away families rights on decisions for their children Act 1 defines for ALL Arkansans who a family can be Act 1 is a direct attack on the lives and human dignity of LGBTQ Arkansans
This march has been called by: Center for Artistic Revolution, CAR Unity GSA at Hendrix The Alliance GSA at UALR PRISM GSA at UCA
For more information: 501-244-9690 CAR office 501-258-3186 cell
NEW YORK, NY - Bat Boy was spotted taking part in Proposition 8 protests this past weekend.
All across the country, citizens united in protest of California’s Proposition 8 to strictly define marriage between a man and a woman, as well as other anti-same-sex marriage laws that were passed on November 4.
Bat Boy was seen outside City Hall with “PROP 8″ with an X through it painted across his chest. While Bat Boy was unable to convey his feelings through words, he did send his high-pitched squeaks of dissent echoing across the plaza.
Many mutants turned out for these protests. Mutant rights organizers explained that a number of mutants, such as the Manigator, are born from interspecial relations. Legalizing gay marriage is one step closer to allowing these unconventional unions to be officially recognized.
Manigator was not present at the rallies, as he was too busy getting “tore up” with his sewer alligator cousins.
WHAT: Local “Join The Impact” Solidarity Rally for Equal Rights and Against Prop 8 and Act 1
WHO: Citizens of Little Rock and the surrounding areas who support equal rights for all
WHEN: Saturday, Nov. 15, 2008; 12:30p.m. to 2:30p.m.
WHERE: Arkansas State Capitol Grounds
For more information visit http://jointheimpact.wetpaint.com/page/Little+Rock or contact Jason Young email@example.com.
You are invited to join other Arkansans who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and straight at a rally at the State Capitol in Little Rock to show support for equal rights for all, including the right to marriage, and to show solidarity against the passage of Proposition 8, California’s anti-marriage equality amendment, as well as other discriminatory anti-gay ballot initiatives in our state, as well as Arizona and Florida.
Every day since Election Day, thousands have protested up and down streets in cities across California, including in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Sacramento. A national, grassroots coalition of LGBT activists have followed in their footsteps.
On Friday Nov. 7 the “Join The Impact” campaign was only an ambitious idea on a blog and now, on Nov. 15, 1:30 p.m. EST/10:30 a.m. PST, in large cities and state capitals across the country, millions of supporters of Equal Rights for All will rally and march to raise public awareness of the need for LGBT equality in marriage and other civil rights.
I ask you to please join with your fellow citizens across the country and show solidarity in support of equal rights and that discrimination against any American is discrimination against all Americans.
If you attend please bring signs of your own, but make sure that the messages they contain are peaceful, loving, and positive and are not vulgar or hateful in any way. As much as we may want to show anger toward those who spread fear, uncertainty, and doubt about equal rights for all; we must realize that we can only win the recognition of equal rights by showing love and respect to all, just as we would want shown to us.
If you attach the signs to any kinds of supports make sure that they are not metal and are less than ¼” in diameter because otherwise they will be considered a weapon and they will either be taken from you by police or you could possibly face charges for bringing them onto the State Capitol Grounds.
We are still looking for more speakers for the rally and if any of you would like to speak that day we will have several speakers’ slots open, just be sure to keep it positive should you decide to speak.
After the rally is over, please stay and make sure that all trash and litter is picked up. We will be gathering to make a statement not a mess. After that there will be a meeting at the Unitarian Universalist church regarding efforts to try and repeal the anti-family Act 1 ballot initiative that recently passed in Arkansas. I encourage all those who wish to assist in that effort to attend.
Also please note, that the Center for Artistic Revolution will be holding a protest against Act 1 next Saturday on November 21. If you are unable to make it this Saturday, please try to make it to their rally, parade, and protest.
Don’t forget to make your ......RESERVATIONS: http://www.weekendtheater.org/tickets/ Or call (501) 374-3761 The Weekend Theater Presents Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens (Musical) Music by Janet Hood Lyrics and additional text by Bill Russell November 7, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23
Acknowledge the loss, but celebrate the life - "Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens," opening November 7 at The Weekend Theater, tells of lives lost to AIDS through in songs and monologues that are touching, heartwarming and often surprisingly humorous.
The show, with book and lyrics by Bill Russell and music by Janet Hood, will be staged at the 7th and Chester performance space in downtown Little Rock. Stev e Marshall is directing, with music direction by Jeannie Smith. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2:30 p.m. Sundays through November 23. Tickets are $18 for general admission, and $14 for students and seniors age 65 and up.
There will also be a special performance on Thursday, November 13, to benefit Arkansas Children living with AIDS, Hors d'oeuvres and beverages will be served starting at 6:45 p.m., with curtain at 7 p.m. Playwright Russell, who was nominated for a Tony Award for his book and lyrics for the musical "Side Show," is scheduled to be a special guest. Tickets are $30.
The show is recommended for mature audiences. For more information or reservations, call 501-374-3761 or visit our Web site at www.weekendtheater.org.
"Elegies" has been evolving since it was first staged in New York in 1989, and has since been performed in venues as far away as London. Says director Marshall, "I first saw the show in Los Angeles and was deeply moved by it. When I got to know The Weekend Theater and the type of material it does, I found it to be a good fit.
"The point is to show the width and breadth of society and how almost every element in it is found among AIDS victims, from grandmothers to businessmen to Broadway chorus boys."
And for this production, Russell has written a new monologue – the character is Alma, an African American woman who got AIDS from her boyfriend without realizing that he was bisexual. "She is an innocent victim. Bill specifically wanted this new character to be black because the disease is so rampant right now within the African-American community," Marshall says.
The songs – musical theater style blues, rock, and pop – are scattered throughout the monologues, providing commentary and thematic connections. These are performed by four singers, who will also interact at times with the actors presenting monologues: Dominique Holloway as Judith, Charles Holloway as Doug, Carl Carter as Brian, and Kim Duval as Angela.
Here are a few of the pictures I took this weekend.I really would like to have a blue version of the red electric bicycle a friend had shipped over from China or maybe I want that huge cock a friend is staring at.Maybe I would like both.