Showing posts from September, 2013

Rounderwear's Rounderbum Lift Trunk and Padded Boxers

We've just had the opportunity here at and to test out Rounderwear's latest in men's underwear, the Rounderbum Lift Trunk and Padded Boxer. The Lift Trunk, designed to give our butts a little lift while we wear them, performs as promised.  It took everything and perked it up just enough to feel sexy again.  On top of that, they were incredibly comfortable as well. We then gave the Padded Boxer a try and talk about a seamless fit!  Offering a little extra padding along with the lift, it gave our team an equally impressive enhancement to our figure all around.  Everyone here at and have a new addition to our favorite underwear list! LINKS:

Global Network of Black Pride, LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent & Harlem Pride are hosting the second Many Faces, One Dream Networking Mixer

Global Network of Black Pride, LGBT Faith Leaders of African Descent & Harlem Pride are hosting the second Many Faces, One Dream Networking Mixer during the Harlem Pride Monthly Mixer on Wednesday, October 2nd from 6:00pm to 10:00pm at the ALOFT Harlem Hote l, 2296 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, New York, NY 10027. Please save the date and join us as we welcome SHARON LETTMAN-HICKS, Executive Director of National Black Justice Coalition to Harlem during the 'Meet & Greet'.  She will discuss the program and announce our official New York City Community Outreach Partners. Sharon J. Lettman-Hicks has brought vision, innovation, entrepreneurial spirit, political savvy, and strategic thinking to every endeavor she has attempted. She has the ability to bring talented people together to form cohesive leadership teams within organizations and build collaborative advocacy coalitions among very diverse stakeholders. A nationally-recognized leader, Sharon thrives on ch

New Ballet Girls Celebrate As They Join West End Production Of Billy Elliott The Musical

WIN A WALK ON PART TO PERFORM LIVE ON STAGE WITH THE CAST AT THE VICTORIA PALACE THEATRE  This week thirty young dancers will take to the stage at the Victoria Palace Theatre as  Ballet Girls in the West End production of  Billy Elliot the Musical .     Earlier this month the show announced the release of over new 570,000 tickets taking booking to 16 May 2015 during which time the internationally award-winning production will celebrate 10 years in the West End. From this week, the ballet girls will be played by Niamh Ashley, Niamh Bennett, Macy Dyason, Morgan Hartley, Lauren Henson, Lydia Kalian, Darcey Littlefield, Natasha Pye, Caitlin Rosendale and Sophie Smart; Samantha Allison, Holly-Marie Davenport , Holly Duke, Ella Forman, Summer Jones, Eliza Love, Kiara-Jaide Mandoza, Emily Miles, Georgia Prentice, Lily Sitzia; and Chorlène Biron-Monnier, Samantha Delaney, Sophie Green, Esa Halil, Taila Halil, Allanah Martin Judge, Ellie Munden, Ellis O'Neill, Charlotte Ross

“Standing on Ceremony - The Gay Marriage Plays” returns to the Annenberg Theater during Palm Springs Pride Weekend

Nominated for 8 Desert Theatre League Awards including Best Production, Best Director, and Best Actor! Two little words - “I do” - and suddenly your whole world changes. Don't miss this evening of new short plays conceived by Brian Shnipper and written by an A-list lineup of writers with 2 Pulitzer Prizes, 4 Obies, 1 Emmy® and 3 Tony® nominations, including Mo Gaffney, Jordan Harrison, Moises Kaufman, Neil LaBute, Wendy MacLeod, Jose Rivera, Paul Rudnick and Doug Wright. Be there as they offer their unique take on the moments before, during and after "I do." Witty, warm and occasionally wacky, these plays are vows to the blessings of equality, the universal challenges of relationships and the often-hilarious power of love. Standing on Ceremony, The Gay Marriage Plays returns to the Annenberg Theater at the Palm Springs Art Museum for two performances only on Friday, November 1 and Saturday, November 2, 2013 at 8:00 PM .  The production has received eight Desert Th

Over 6,000 Expected at Out on the Mountain @ Magic Mountain Friday, September 20th

Six Flags Magic Mountain’s annual “Out on the Mountain” Gay Night returns this year on Friday, September 20, 2013.  The entire park goes gay for the night, which provides an safe and inclusive environment of fun for the LGBT community, with rides, dance party, and performers. Out on the Mountain is the creation of Six Flags Magic Mountain and DJ Ray Rhodes started in 2008.  Over 6,000 people are expected to attended this sixth annual Southern California event of thrill rides and private gay party, while raising funds for local gay charities and organizations.  The entire park is closed to the general public for this private GLBT party from 6pm-1am. "This is an exciting event to put on each year, where LGBT of all ages can enjoy an evening together with music, rides, and great fun," says DJ Ray Rhodes.  "While I've been a DJ all over North America as well as a club promoter for many years, this event still holds a special place in my heart because of how it he