Sunday, November 9, 2008

BANG, BOOBS, AND BUST


What a BANG up time I had aboard the Crown Princess with 200 gay and straight Pozers for the Cruise Retreat. The ringleader, Paul Stalbaum [in yellow trunks], had many activities such as The Dating Game, The Newlywed Game, seminars, medical lectures, and many social networking gatherings and off the boat excursions. Paul is an extraordinary guy and I’m currently piecing together an article about him for A&U. Many people I met on the Cruise Retreat had been repeat cruisers -- that certainly says something about Paul and this wonderful bunch of people.

Paul@universal-travel.com


Such a cool cat. No, it was hot and huuuummmid!
The ports we stopped: Princess Cay, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, and Grand Turk


Formal night for dinner aboard ship





The BOOBS flowed on Friday night, 7th November, at Here Lounge in West Hollywood, for the launch of award-winning photographer, and my friend, Renee Jacobs’ Provocateur 2009 wall calendar of nude women. Hell, if I wasn’t gay I’d swing the other way! Renee’s photography truly is incredible.

http://reneejacobs.com/


http://villagelighthouse.com/


Naoko, Renee, me, and Davidd


Caught in the middle with Renee and Erin Hamilton


BUST those Mormon balls! We joined the protesters on Thursday, 6th November, at the Mormon Temple in Westwood to fight against Prop 8. Shame on them! Tax ‘em! Keep religion out of state politics. It’s civil rights [again] and [again] we’ll win. There is NO WAY they can stop us. Personally, I don’t believe in marriage, but I do believe in Human Rights.












3 comments:

SciFiCowboy said...

Looks like a great time on the cruise and great to see people out using their 1st Amendment Rights to protest. We've heard all about it out here in Indiana and for Solidarity purposes had our own protest at the passage of Prop 8. Stay strong out there.

Vic Veera said...

Though I may not be a citizen of United States, I stand opposed to Proposition 8 of which I consider as violation of basic human rights. The land where great civil rights movement began, a place where the true meaning of freedom was made known through Abraham Lincoln....I truly believe that this great nation would one day truly embrace the diversity and share the doctrine of uncoditional love..

Dann said...

I couldn't agree with you more, Vic! What more can I say??!! I think with our new President, who takes office in 2 days, will make a GREAT indentation in this absurdity. Happy 2009!