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Tuesday, May 10th, 2011
5:26 pm
[schtuf]
A call for more participants!

The researchers need more people to fill out their survey. It's about LGBQ individuals' high school experiences. Was your high school anti-gay? Was it supportive?

Go have your voice heard!

Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/LGBQexperience
Password: pride


Wednesday, November 17th, 2010
10:51 pm
[savannacomer36]
me
HEY!! thought you will like to know that Candi_Cruz its now live on dirtystage watch it now.. don miss it!
Wednesday, July 21st, 2010
10:07 am
[sexlabresearch]
Complete a survey on sex, win $50! All ages/genders invited to participate

Complete an online survey and be entered to win up $50! Researchers from the University of Texas at Austin are conducting a survey to understand reasons why people have sex. The survey takes 30-45 minutes. You must be 18 or over and sexually experienced in order to participate. If you are interested in participating in this study, or learning more about it, please click here https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=128703

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010
9:19 pm
[bi_men_network]
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Wednesday, November 29th, 2006
12:52 am
[texaslonestar]
was wondering if anyone can duplicate this pic with themselves

879full
Friday, October 20th, 2006
12:09 pm
[curiouscreeture]
Friday, August 18th, 2006
9:48 am
[bailey21975]
Apt. for Rent
MODERATORS:  Please delete if not allowed, but I thought this might be of interest to this community as a resource for friendly housing. :)


  
Small One Bedroom For Rent  ( $350 )
$200 Deposit
$350 Rent
Utilities subletted thru home owner.  Renter pays 1/4 of overall electric and water bills.
550 sq ft apartment
Bedroom : 9x8
Walk in closet
Ceiling fans through out
** Free high speed wireless internet access **
Hardwood floors in living room and kitchen
3/4 bath ( large shower stall, but no tub )
Full size refrigerator and stove
Private entry
Off-Street parking
Tons of natural light ( 9 large windows )
Walk-in attic storage space available
Large shared yard
Close to Hwy 225 and the SE side of the 610 loop.
15 min commute to downtown Houston
 
NO application fee, NO long term lease...there is a month to month rental agreement, NO dogs, No drugs , NO convicted felons, NO drama.  There are children on this property, if you have ever been charged with a crime against a child do not bother applying.
 
This apartment is first come first serve... I will not hold it for anyone.  First person who meets requirements and has cash in hand gets it :)
 
Please contact me directly for a showing:  713-501-6367
 
This apartment is the one and only rental unit attached to a private residential property.
Friday, August 4th, 2006
3:58 pm
[bailey21975]
Job Opening
HR just sent out an email advertising for an opening in another department of the firm I work for.

Administrative Assistant – Suburban Team




Job Duties:
• Answer phones for the attorneys (and Bill King when Kate is unavailable)
• Maintain information relating to collection programs for different clients
• Maintain client and team statistical reports
• Assist Area Managers with taxpayer phone calls
• Complete special projects and other tasks as assigned


Job Specifications:
• Two years or more from an accredited university*
• Positive disposition
• Professional attitude
• Team mentality
• Good organizational and phone skills
• Strong communication skills
• Excellent spelling and grammar skills
• Basic knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office programs (i.e. Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook)
• Ability to work independently with little supervision
• Focused
• Task-oriented
• Attention to detail
• Excellent attendance and punctuality


Hours:
Monday – Friday
8:00 – 5:00

* Required



Please submit resume and salary requirement to guil.arriaga@publicans.com by Friday, August 11.



I've only been here for 3 weeks, but I'm enjoying it so far. I can't necessarily speak for the other department supervisors, but mine have been open and accepting in every way.

Good luck! If you want to talk to me more about the company, feel free to email me.

Current Mood: busy
Friday, June 9th, 2006
8:07 am
[qryb]
gay pride parade? *URGENT*
unfortunately, i'm not going to be able to volunteer in the pride parade on june 24. i have volunteered to work in the green room from 11 am - 2 pm and walk the parade route from 6 pm until the parade route.

is there anybody out there who'd be willing to take my place for EITHER of these shifts? walking in the parade is a TON of fun and the people who are in the pride organization are amazingly fun.

more info can be found at http://www.pridehouston.org/home/ - PLEASE HELP ME OUT!!!

-j
Monday, June 5th, 2006
12:04 am
[texaslonestar]
Tuesday, May 9th, 2006
11:44 pm
[cruisinbcs]
tamugholes


Hey, guys. If you're ever unfortunate enough to find yourself passing through Bryan/College Station and in need of a little release, come see us.

We won't steer you wrong.
Thursday, March 16th, 2006
5:34 pm
[bailey21975]
Job Hunting in Houston
I'm on the hunt for my "ideal job", and hoping people can point me the right direction.

I've been working as a paralegal/office manager for a little better than 5 years, and am about to relocate to Houston. I am very confident of my skills, and have no doubt I'll be able to find a good job quickly.

However, I have a non-traditional family structure, and am pagan. I would love to find a job in a law firm where I could feel free to be "out" in my choice of lifestyles. To that end, I'm looking for a law firm, preferably in criminal, civil rights or family law, that has a non-discriminatory hiring policy and will be as accepting as possibly on a social level.

Any suggestions?

Xposted like crazy, sorry if you see this multiple times.

Current Mood: busy
Monday, March 13th, 2006
3:47 pm
[kencam]
Considering a move to Houston
Hi!
Currently living in So FL and am looking to move to Houston. what is a good area to look for Apartments in? what are the gay areas?

Thanks
Ken

Current Mood: curious
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2006
1:00 am
[kyne_is_guilty]
I think this community is dead.
Tuesday, February 21st, 2006
5:51 pm
[deebee]
Women Behind Bars
Press Release
February 21, 2006
WOMEN BEHIND BARS - a must see!
Get your tickets now! Call 713 522 2204
"Tony Award winner Tom Eyen’s homage to sleazy B-movie matinee-fillers, WOMEN BEHIND BARS, is exploitation theater to the max. Under Joe Watts’s direction...the cartoon situations are brightened by a game cast, who play it straight even when in drag. During the show’s initial run off-off-Broadway in 1974, drag superstar Divine played the Matron, just so you know what kind of prison play this is. Glen Lambert, though, is himself divine as the bull dyke Matron. Burly, with a rotund contralto voice that Tallulah Bankhead would envy and lime eye shadow arching onto his forehead, Lambert is like a careening semi-wide trailer barreling full-tilt upon you. Actors...give these low-lifes just enough semblance of truth to keep the campy high jinks under control and laughs coming". D. L. Groover-Houston Press

"The show was bawdy, campy, hysterically funny, wonderfully acted, beautifully ensembled. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. And the sleazy Club Resurrection is the perfect venue for this over-the-top sleazefest! The cast deserves SRO audiences at every performance. Thanks for a great theatre experience when it seems that most theaters in our cow-town have resorted to mostly "safe" and "status quo" theatre". Buzz Bellmont-actor, singer, musician

"I enjoyed the show! It is certainly played with wild abandon, which works very well for this play. There is a lot of funny stuff. I found it very cleverly and innovatively staged in that tiny space as well."
Ron Jones-Equity actor and director, Artistic Director of Cy-Fair College Theatre

WHAT: WOMEN BEHIND BARS, at Club Resurrection, 711 West Gray

WHEN: February 10th thru March 11 (Friday & Saturdays), Curtain 8:PM,
and Sunday matinee March 5th, Curtain 3:00PM

Tickets: $20, Reservations 713-522-2204, Reserve early, seating is limited.

Get your tickets now! Call 713 522 2204
Group Rates are available for parties of 20 or more, $15, also if a party of at least 50, your group could "Buy Out The House", for a performance just for you, with the possibility of a "social hour", (furnishing your own hors d’oeuvres etc.), before the performance, and/or a "meet and greet" with the
"Crazy Cast" after the performance.

Contact: Joe Watts, 713-522-2204
Monday, February 13th, 2006
10:02 am
[deebee]
WOMEN BEHIND BARS
WOMEN BEHIND BARS by Tom Eyen
Theatre New West
Artistic Director Joe Watts
Reservations: 713-522-2204, theatrenwest@aol.com
PLEASE COME!

A KILLER CAST TO DIE FOR!!!
(an insane and hysterical spoof on women's prison movies)

The Matron: Glen Lambert
A role that Glen was born & destined to play, he follows in the footsteps of
Pat Ast, of Andy Warhol fame, who created the role and Divine, who succeeded
Pat and is better remembered for the role. Glen brings a wealth of theater
experience to the stage, having performed in regional theaters as well as on and
off-Broadway.

Louise: David Barron
What can we say about Louise except that her elevator does not reach the top floors. As the Matron say's in referring to Louise, "we hired the handicapped".
David, who has appeared in many productions with Theatre New West, stepped into
this role four days before opening. His "take" on Dustin Hoffman's Tootsie
character is side splitting.

Blanche: Taavi Mark
"But ya are Blanche, ya are a child molester!" A left over from a third
rate production of STREETCAR, Blanche thinks she's still on tour, and is denial
that she's in prison for child molesting. Taavi's last adventure was
playing the lead role in Halloween Magic's DESPERATE MONTROSE HOUSE WIVES.
He is remembered for his roles in Theatre New West's productions of THE MOST FABULOUS STORY EVER TOLD and BENT.

Jo-Jo: Ronnie Williams
Stand back as Jo-Jo bounces all over the stage with her beautiful Black body.
Man, can that girl work it! Ronnie studied acting at Long Island University
and is having the time of his life in this role.

Cheri: Tara Stevens
Marilyn Monroe look-alikes eat your heart out. With a knock-out set of
knockers, Tara channels Monroe with all the breathiness possible. Tara says she is
destined for Hollywood stardom. Is she confusing her character with reality?
But then she is from a "theatrical" family, so anything is possible.

Granny: Melrose Fougere
Is it possible that Granny poisoned ALL NINE of her husbands? She is the
oldest of the prison women and is a born again Christian with a nasty tongue.
Melrose says she is over qualified for ingenue roles but loves sinking her teeth
into the role of Granny, with what teeth Granny has left.

Gloria: Lisa Marie Daugherty
Gloria is one bad assed lesbian, a stretch for the sweet, soft spoken Lisa
Marie, but that's why it's called acting. Lisa Marie has a background in
acting, directing and teaching in theaters in California, Virginia/DC and Austin.
She was seen last year as the evil Annie Wilkes in MISERY.

Ada: Julie Oliver
Ada loves to set things on fire, and Julie follows suit by setting the stage
ablaze in this psycho/sicko role. Julie admits she loves playing crazy
people, and has played quite a few over the years.

Guadalupe: Richard Solis
Think Carmen Miranda on Acid, fruit and all; she is fighting all the way to
the electric chair. Richard has an extensive background in "all things"
theatrical and is thrilled to add Guadalupe to his resume.

Mary-Eleanor: Candyce Prince
Mary-Eleanor goes from a sweet, naive girl to a hardened, tough as nails
cynic. Will she and the man on the Harley have a future together after she
gets out? Candyce recently graduated with honors from Adelphi University in
New York, with a BFA in theater.

Man-Paul/Doctor etc.: Joseph Easton
Joseph is a hunky young actor who appeared in several theaters in the Chicago
area and is making his Houston debut. He plays all the quote/unquote male
roles. Will the women prisoners manager to get ALL his clothes off?

WOMEN BEHIND BARS plays at Club Resurrection-711 West Gray,
(Directly across the street from the CLEANERS)
Fridays & Saturdays thru March 11th, Curtain 8:00pm,
with two Sunday Matinees: February 19th & March 5th, Curtain 3:00pm,
Tickets: $20, Reservations: 713-522-2204,
Reserve early, seating is limited

"The show was bawdy, campy, hysterically funny, wonderfully acted, beautifully ensembled. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. And the sleazy Club Resurrection is the perfect venue for this over-the-top sleazefest! I wish more people were there! The cast deserves SRO audiences every performance. We will talk it up. Thanks for a great theatre experience when it seems that most theatres in our cowtown have resorted to mostly "safe" and "status quo" theatre."
Peace and love, BUZZ BELLMONT, actor/ singer

Ron Jones was formerly Artistic Director of New Heights Theatre, he is an
Equity actor, has acted and directed at many theaters in town, especially Main
Street Theatre, and is currently Artistic Director of Cy-Fair College Center for
the Performing Arts. He had this to say:
"I enjoyed the show! It is certainly played with wild abandon, which works very well for this play. There is a lot of funny stuff. I found it very cleverly and innovatively staged in that tiny space as well. I just want to see it perfromed in nicer, larger, and cleaner space. Love you, Ron"

Current Mood: ecstatic
Wednesday, December 14th, 2005
1:28 pm
[turi]
River Oaks
Sooo... who saw Brokeback?
Tuesday, September 6th, 2005
2:41 pm
[barkis]
Hey everyone!

I do a weekly (sometimes more than that) podcast (check it out here) that features interviews with mainly Houston arists. My show has recently shifted to include people who seem to be poorly represented in the media, like my last episode in which I interviewed the mother of Frances Newton, who is on death row and scheduled to be killed on September 14th.

The reason I am posting this here is that I have seen no coverage of GLBT evacuees from the areas hit by Katrina, and would like to do some interviews with such people if they exist around town. My show is heard around the country, though in the interest of not misleading anyone I'd like to say that I don't yet have a huge number of listeners.

Does anyone here know of any GLBT folks who are here from New Orleans who would be willing to be on the show? Any ideas where I might track some folks down?

Thanks!

Current Mood: weird
Friday, July 22nd, 2005
3:26 am
[renboi]
Hello all...
Haven't seen much posted on this community lately, but I'm new here, and thought I would let everyone know who I am. I'm 25, bisexual/gay, caucasian, 6'5", 245#, blue eyes, shaved head, red goatee. I am currently going through a divorce, newly returned to the SW Houston area, and looking to find some friends to hang out with, and also looking for a chew toy or two. If anyone is interested in hanging out, let me know at jeanmichel1980@gmail.com. Other than that, if anyone wants to know anything, just ask :)

Ooh... That sounded a lot more like a personal ad than I wanted. Sorry, all. Just intros.

Current Mood: awake
Monday, July 11th, 2005
1:03 am
[texaslonestar]
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