Adjacency and censorship

When I went to school in Singapore at Ngee Ann Polytechnic and studied Mass Communications, one of the first classes I took was taught by a man named Steve Milakov.  I enjoyed his class.  And one of the the things he taught us was about the concept of adjacency.  What happens when you place an … Continue reading

The Gay’s Gaze

Yesterday I was on a train, minding my own business when a gaggle of girls got on. You know what they’re like, super generic, college aged girls, loud, obnoxious, blah.  Kinda like these girls: I severely read one of them.  I updated my Facebook profile about this, and here’s what I wrote: On the train, … Continue reading

The hierarchy of prejudice.

The It Gets Better Project was started by Dan Savage as a response to the rash of suicides in September 2010 that were attributed in part or in entirety to bullying of LGBT youth in schools.  The project basically invites anybody to make a video and post it on YouTube as a kind of message … Continue reading

Married to the wrong idea

The mid-term elections took place today and lots of interesting things happened.  Most important of all, I finally tasted the McRib.  That would be this thing down here: We got to McDonald’s because my dear friend Brian went and tried to vote and realized, at the polls that he wasn’t registered.  So to soothe his … Continue reading

Strictly Dickly – That’s what she said.

When you’re a faggot like I am, people seem to assume that you spend most of your life obsessed with cock. I find this very offensive. I spend ALL my life obsessed with cock.  Size, shape, color, texture, smell, taste, and if you do it right, sound.  The way cocks feel in my hand, between … Continue reading

On Glee and Sexytimes

Today images from November’s GQ went round and round the web. Images of three actors from uber wholesome Glee being uber unwholesome, shot by (surprise, surprise) Terry Richardson. Actually, correction, that’s just Lea Michelle and Diana Argon being unwholesome and Cory Monteith looking like he’s scored some but also looking a bit bemused. See: Let’s … Continue reading

Sometimes a re-read changes your life

So there has been a bunch of discussion in various places about Marc Jacobs’ SS 11 collection for Louis Vuitton. You know this one: You can see the entire show covered on style.com here! Speaking for a moment as a slitty eyed chinky face – These are NOT clothes that are meant to be bought … Continue reading