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The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck, or BGICT, is a New York City-based ice cream truck that serves soft serve ice cream cones, cups, and novelties with a menu of unique and unusual flavors and toppings. The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck may be considered part of a wider trend of gourmet or "upscale" food trucks occurring in the United States.
The "gay" in the name of the truck has a double meaning, referring to the sexual orientation of co-founders Doug Quint and Bryan Petroff, as well as simply "happy". According to Quint: "If I weren't gay, I wouldn't call it the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck. And if I weren't happy, I wouldn't have the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck. It would just be the big crabby ice cream truck."
The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck has made use of social
'Twas the day after Christmas and all through the house Children sat slack-jawed, bored on the couch.
Wrappings and toys littered the floor, An incredible mess that I did abhor.
With Mom in her robe and I in my jeans, We waded in to get the place clean.
When suddenly the doorbell: it started to clatter, I sprang to the Security-View to check out the matter.
The new-fallen snow, now blackened with soot, Was trampled and icy and treacherous to foot.
But suddenly in view, did I gasp and pant: An unhappy bill collector and eight tiny accountants.
The door flew open and in they came, Stern-looking men with bills in my name.
On Discover, on Visa, on American Express, On Mastercard too, I sadly confess, Right to my limits, then beyond my net worth, OUer the top I had charged, in a frenzy of mirth.
The black-suited men, so somber, so strict, I wondered why me that they had first picked.
They stared at me with a look I couldn't miss, That said "Buddy, when are you for paying for this?"
I shrugged my shoulders, but then I grew bolder, Went to the cabinet and pulled out a folder.
"As you can see," I said with a smile, "It's bankruptcy that I'll have to file!" And with a swoop of my arm, my middle digit extended I threw the bills in the fire: the matter had ended.
The scent of burnt ash came to my nose, As up the chimney my credit-worthiness rose.
Without another word they turned and walked out, Got into their limos, but one gave a shout: "You may think that's the answer to all of your fears, But it's nothing you'll charge for at least seven years!
Bobby was getting cold sitting out in his back yard in the snow. Bobby didn't wear boots; he didn't like them and anyway he didn't own any. The thin sneakers he wore had a few holes in them and they did a poor job of keeping out the cold. Bobby had been in his backyard for about an hour already. And, try as he might, he could not come up with an idea for his mother's Christmas gift. He shook his head as he thought, "This is useless, even if I do come up with an idea, I don't have any money to spend."
Ever since his father had passed away three years ago, the family of five had struggled. It wasn't because his mother didn't care, or try, there just never seemed to be enough. She worked nights at the hospital, but the small wage that she was earning could only be stretched so far.
What the family lacked in money and material things, they more than made up for in love and family unity. Bobby had two older and one younger sister, who ran the house hold in their mother's absence. All three of his sisters had already made beautiful gifts for their mother. Somehow it just wasn't fair. Here it was Christmas Eve already, and he had nothing.
Wiping a tear from his eye, Bobby kicked the snow and started to walk down to the street where the shops and stores were. It wasn't easy being six without a father, especially when he needed a man to talk to. Bobby walked from shop to shop, looking into each decorated window.
Everything seemed so beautiful and so out of reach.
It was starting to get dark and Bobby reluctantly turned to walk home when suddenly his eyes caught the glimmer of the setting sun's rays reflecting off of something along the curb. He reached down and discovered a shiny dime. Never before has anyone felt so wealthy as Bobby felt at that moment.
As he held his new-found treasure, a warmth spread throughout his entire body and he walked into the first store he saw. His excitement quickly turned cold when the salesperson told him that he couldn't buy anything with only a dime.
He saw a flower shop and went inside to wait in line. When the shop owner asked if he could help him, Bobby presented the dime and asked if he could buy one flower for his mother's Christmas gift. The shop owner looked at Bobby and his ten cent offering.
Then he put his hand on Bobby's shoulder and said to him, "You just wait here and I'll see what I can do for you." As Bobby waited he looked at the beautiful flowers and even though he was a boy, he could see why mothers and girls liked flowers.
The sound of the door closing as the last customer left, jolted Bobby back to reality. All alone in the shop, Bobby began to feel alone and afraid. Suddenly the shop owner came out and moved to the counter.
There, before Bobby's eyes, lay twelve long stem, red roses, with leaves of green and tiny white flowers all tied together with a big silver bow. Bobby's heart sank as the owner picked them up and placed them gently into a long white box.
"That will be ten cents young man," the shop owner said reaching out his hand for the dime. Slowly, Bobby moved his hand to give the man his dime. Could this be true? No one else would give him a thing for his dime!
Sensing the boy's reluctance, the shop owner added, "I just happened to have some roses on sale for ten cents a dozen. Would you like them?"
This time Bobby did not hesitate, and when the man placed the long box into his hands, he knew it was true. Walking out the door that the owner was holding for Bobby, he heard the shop keeper say, "Merry Christmas son."
As he returned inside, the shop keeper's wife walked out. "Who were you talking to back there and where are the roses you were fixing?"
Staring out the window, and blinking the tears from his own eyes, he replied, "A strange thing happened to me this morning. While I was setting up things to open the shop, I thought I heard a voice telling me to set aside a dozen of my best roses for a special gift. I wasn't sure at the time whether I had lost my mind or what, but I set them aside anyway.
Then just a few minutes ago, a little boy came into the shop and wanted to buy a flower for his mother with one small dime.
"When I looked at him, I saw myself, many years ago. I too, was a poor boy with nothing to buy my mother a Christmas gift. A bearded man, whom I never knew, stopped me on the street and told me that he wanted to give me ten dollars. "When I saw that little boy tonight, I knew who that voice was, and I put together a dozen of my very best roses." The shop owner and his wife hugged each other tightly, and as they stepped out into the bitter cold air, they somehow didn't feel cold at all.
May this story instill the spirit of CHRISTmas in you enough to pass this act along.
Have a Joyous and Peace-filled season.
Goodness is the only investment that doesn't fail.
Part fiction and part autobiography, A Boy’s Own Story is the tale of a youth discovering his homosexuality in the 1940’s and 1950’s in America. The work is remarkable for its lyrical celebration of physical beauty and for its sharp criticism of a homophobic society.
In his teens, the boy Edmund enjoys a brief sexual relationship with Kevin, a slightly younger friend. Their intimacy is represented as natural and idyllic, undisturbed by the guilt and self-hatred that society will later impose upon Edmund because he is homosexual. The joyous experience with Kevin is something that Edmund will never be able to recapture, for society’s prejudice and Edmund’s internalized homophobia will make it very difficult for him to achieve a positive homosexual identity.
When he is an older teen, Edmund feels physically attracted to Tom, another male friend, but he dares not act on his desires for fear of being labeled a homosexual. Instead, Edmund tries to convince himself that he is in love with Linda, a popular young woman, and he indulges in escapist fantasies of a heterosexual marriage that will gain him society’s approval. Edmund also turns to Buddhism in the belief that it will help him to escape all desire. Finally, Christianity and psychoanalysis fail to affirm his identity as a young gay man: Father Burke tells him that homosexuality is a sin, and Dr. O’Reilly tries to cure him, as if being gay were a disease.
Unfortunately, Edmund’s father does not serve as a positive role model either. A chronic adulterer, the father eventually abandons Edmund’s mother for another woman, leaving the family bereft of affection and money. The father considers his athletic daughter to be more like the son he had wanted, rejecting the bookish Edmund as a sissy. In the end, Edmund acts on his gay desires: He has sex with an older teacher, Mr. Beattie. Society has made Edmund feel guilty about his homosexuality, however, so he turns Mr. Beattie in to the school authorities. In this way, Edmund attempts to deny his sexual identity. Furthermore, he is unconsciously repeating his father’s pattern of behavior, abandoning the people he loves.
A Boy’s Own Story ends on a pessimistic note, with Edmund still unable to achieve a positive gay identity. His struggle to affirm his homosexuality is not over; a sequel, The Beautiful Room Is Empty(1988), follows Edmund into the 1960’s and the beginnings of the gay liberation movement.
Kiss of the Spider Womanis Manuel Puig's fourth and best-known novel. It was first published in Spanish in 1976 as El beso de la mujer arana, then translated and published in English in 1979. Puig became most popularly known to the English-speaking public for the critically acclaimed 1985 screen adaptation of Kiss of the Spider Woman, starring William Hurt, Raul Julia, and Sonia Braga.
Kiss of the Spider Woman focuses on two characters: Valentin, a Marxist revolutionary, and Molina, a homosexual window-dresser, who share a prison cell for six months. Molina passes the time by telling Valentin the stories of his favorite movies in great detail. Valentin at first reluctantly listens to Molina's narration of these tales of melodramatic romance, criticizing Molina for indulging in escapist fantasies rather than in political activism. But Valentin eventually becomes enthralled with the stories, as he becomes emotionally drawn to Molina. Molina, meanwhile, has secretly agreed to elicit information from Valentin in order to pass it on to the prison authorities. Over the course of their confinement, however, the two men fall in love and ultimately become lovers. Upon his release from prison, Molina agrees to help Valentin in his political cause by passing on important information to his fellow revolutionaries.
Kiss of the Spider Woman focuses on the theme of the conflict between personal emotions, relationships, and desires vs. political idealism and activism. Valentin begins as a revolutionary who disregards pleasure and romance, while Molina begins as a man obsessed with the escapist fantasies provided by movies. As a result of their interactions, however, the two men transform one another, Valentin eventually succumbing to his emotional and physical desire for Molina, and Molina agreeing to sacrifice himself for Valentin's political cause. Puig's novel also employs experimental narrative techniques in its use of dialogue and fragmentary information, such as letters and prison reports, as well as in the extensive use of footnotes, which present a discussion of the psychological literature on homosexuality throughout the novel. Kiss of the Spider Woman is also characteristic of Puig's fiction in its extensive reference to classic cinema and its profound effect on the lives of his characters as a means of escapist fantasy.
Were the World Mine is an independent film by director Tom Gustafson that embraces musical and fantasy elements as it tells the story of Timothy, a gay teenage student who frequently daydreams to escape life at his less than tolerant all boy's school. But things change for Timothy (Tanner Cohen) when he is cast as Puck in A Midsummer Night's Dream and discovers a potion that turns his small-minded town gay including the jock on whom he's crushing. Naturally, things don't quite as Timothy hoped.
The Immoralist is based on Gide’s personal experience of discovering his homosexuality while traveling as a young man in North Africa. The Immoralist is narrated by Michel, a young man who describes his marriage to Marceline, a woman he hardly knew, and lays bare the developments of his inner life during the first few years of their marriage. While on an extended honeymoon in North Africa, Michel finds himself attracted to young Arab boys.
This experience inspires him to embark on a journey of self-discovery through which he eventually finds himself leading a double life: he presents a false facade to his wife, while going out on his own to follow his natural inclinations and experience his true inner being. Back home in France, Marceline announces that she is pregnant.
Meanwhile, Michel finds himself increasingly drawn to healthy and attractive young men. Becoming ill from tuberculosis, Marceline suffers a miscarriage. Michel, motivated by a strong desire to return to North Africa, pushes her to travel with him, despite her deteriorating health. After she dies, Michel is left to grapple with the meaning of his own life, and to come to terms with his homosexual tendencies.
The central theme of The Immoralist is repressed homosexuality. Gide’s narrative further explores themes of life versus death, mind versus body, and the process of self-discovery.
François Rousseau returns to photograph the Dieux du Stade 2012 calendar and DVD. The cover model for the 12th edition of the calendar is Club Pau’s Sébastien Torresin.
The 2012 Dieux du Stade DVD will offer a much-needed new, fresh theme with the naked athletes portraying the last survivors of a world that has disappeared, embarking on a boat for new horizons. Sounds promising!
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This annual DVD is a must for all collectors - and they go out-of-print with no notice.
With Francois Rousseau shooting, it's guaranteed to be stunningly homoerotic.
The apocalyptic theme looks original and extraordinarily hot!
Finding just a tad of inspiration in Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet, Kareem Mortimer's film is the tale of an intense romance between an artist and a closeted musician on a small island in the Bahamas. Don't miss your chance to see the amazing Children of God.
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Sexy stars Johnny Ferro and Stephen T. Williams give intense performances as a interracial lovers having a heated secret affair.
While the setting provides a gorgeous and inviting backdrop, it's interesting and often shocking to see a film about the Bahamian attitude toward homosexuality.
Children of God's writer/director Kareem Mortimer isn't afraid to examine harsh homophobic assertions and their consequences.
The gorgeous beaches and towns of the Bahamas are the setting for Children of God, a strong and tender romantic drama from first-time filmmaker Kareem Mortimer. Percolating under the hot sun and sand are religious intolerance, political grand-standing, family woes and hopefully enough love to conquer them all.
Johnny (Johnny Ferro) is an art student in Nassau whose technique is perfect, but he’s creatively blocked. His teacher sends him off to the rural island of Eleuthera where he meets Romeo (Stephen Tyrone Williams), a hot musician. They begin a clumsy dance of attraction and romance. Romeo has a fiancé and is identified as straight, but he’s been known to play with the boys on the side secretly. The Bahamas are bound by religious traditions that discourage homosexuality and end up forcing gay men into the closet. Lena is a pastor’s wife. Her husband demonizes homosexuality to further his career, yet he’s on the DL as well. When Lena discovers that her husband has infected her with VD, he accuses her of infidelities. These characters are all bound together in this intense drama of love, family and secrets.
Beautifully paced and with three separate story-lines that merge at the film's climax, the filmmaker really has done a great job with his small budget. Children of God has won several festival awards and been opening and closing night at many others, for good reason - it's a wonderful film. With extraordinary cinematography, a vacation worthy setting, naturalistic actors and a mythic story Children of God is a superb tale of "a pair of star-cross’d lovers."
While backpacking across the country, bickering gay couple Cary and Vogel decide to speed up their trek by hitchhiking instead. That's when fate brings them Brewster, a sexually–confused trucker who picks the pair up on his way to delivering a shipment of coffins. After a few strokes of bad luck, the mismatched trio ends up lost and broken down in an abandoned junkyard. Though surviving a night of petty fights and sexual tension seems tough enough, the nightmare is only just getting started as strange noises in the bac kof the truck reveal the presence of five bloodthristy vampires...
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This is the film that started it all…. Del Shores’ “Sordid Lives”!! It began as a hit stage play, then became a cult movie phenomenon, and eventually a popular television series (with most of the film stars reprising their roles)! One of the most quoted, most watched, and most adored comedy films in recent film history! Available on DVD… autographed by Mr. Shores!
Movie Synopsis: Writer-director Del Shores serves up a heaping helping of Southern-fried comic melodrama in this adaptation of his own play about infidelity, country & western music, and Airstream trailers. When their sister dies, Latrelle (Bonnie Bedelia), LaVonda (Ann Walker), and Sissy (Beth Grant) plan her funeral — an unenviable task, considering that they must carefully hide the deceased’s affair with amputee G.W. (Beau Bridges) from his wife, the vindictive Noleta (Delta Burke). Meanwhile, the trio has to come to terms with two cases of sexual orientation: Latrelle’s openly gay soap-opera star son Ty (Kirk Geiger), whose sexuality she continues to deny; and their only brother, “Brother Boy” (Leslie Jordan), who’s serving a sentence in a mental ward for his adamant belief that he is actually country & western legend Tammy Wynette. Playing an aspiring singer-songwriter, Olivia Newton-John turns up to provide the film with the occasional musical interlude.
This coffee table book is a showcase of 43 gorgeous men in an Australian Coastal Town.
They are real down to earth guys, who surf, work and play football, and most have only agreed to shoot with me for this book.
Russell Fleming, professional photographer of over 20 years, has combined his passion for photography, with a town of gorgeous men, from Tradesmen to Surfers, Skaters to Workers.. to create this book that showcases guys that will tease you from start to finish.