Saturday, August 31, 2013

Real Life Hunk of the Month August: Wentworth Miller

Wentworth Miller, 41 years old, born in Oxfordshire (England), he is an actor, model, screenwriter and producer.

He rose to stardom following his role as Michael Scofield in the Fox television series Prison Break, since 2005 to 2009. His performance in the show earned him a 2005 Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor in a Dramatic Series.

As guest actor, he also appeared in other series, some films and music videos. Currently, he made his screenwriting debut with the 2013 dramatic thriller film Stoker, which stars Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska. 

Miller recently came out after being invited to attend the St. Petersburg International Film Festival in Russia. He revealed he's gay to refuse the assistance to the Russian Film Festival because as a homosexual he thought he had to decline the invitation. Of course, his not participation in that festival is a protest for Russian anti-gay legislation.

He explained that: "I am deeply troubled by the current attitude toward and treatment of gay men and women by the Russian government. The situation is in no way acceptable, and I cannot in good conscience participate in a celebratory occasion hosted by a country where people like myself are being systematically denied their basic right to live and love openly".

Well done!

Thanks Everyone for Coming!

Awesome Red & Yellow party at daPier Club yesterday, to celebrate my 4th rez day in Second Life.

Thanks to my husband Ryce and our best friends Mike and Robin to organize that wonderful celebration.

The party was crowded, and a lot of friends had fun at the event. 

Thanks for coming to Cambieul, Esme, Joa, Marccm, Dodo, Nando, Mistico, Greg, Brahman, Brent, Cristiano, Devlin, Jaspar, Eon, Jake, Kev, Kramer, Larz, Rik, Asy and my lovely Sutry, the winner of the contest. 

Thanks to everyone who attended the party and for your congratulations!

And, of course, thanks to everyone who shared with me these 4 years in Second Life! Especially, thanks to an incredible guy from Florida!

See you all in the virtual world!

Friday, August 30, 2013

Four Years in Second Life!

Four years ago, I began my adventure in Second Life. 

During that time, I've met a lot of people, visited  many places and clubs, and played in several ancient RP. 

But, the best of this adventure happened just almost one year ago. Ryce, thanks for crossing my path and changing my life.

Of course, thanks to all for the many good times we have been together at the virtual world.

Today, my husband will host a wonderful party at daPier Club, at 4pm SLT, with our best friends Mike and Robin, to celebrate my 4th rez day in Second Life. 

Everybody is invited and expected.

See you all later!

Thanks Ryce, I love D... Donuts!

Sunday, August 25, 2013

Summer Break... in a Gay Beach

I'm enjoying a few days of summer break in a gay beach. You know you are in a gay beach because you can see the six colors of rainbow everywhere: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and lilac.

Easy, isn't it?  xD  I will be back!

Kim Smith is Jealous

Australian Kim Smith is an emerging electro-pop singer, and award winning cabaret performer, known for his Weimar-era inspired works that juxtapose authentic musical material with stylistic takes on current popular tunes. 

From his latest electro-pop album Nova, available on iTunes, he has performed a new clip directed by photographer Mauricio A. Rodriguez: Jealous.

Watch the following video of this talented artist, it's worth it!

More information in Smith's website.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Gay Weddings in Santa Fe, New Mexico

Dozens of same-sex couples have married in Santa Fe County, in U.S. state of New Mexico, this Friday. Santa Fe County is New Mexico’s third most populous county, and the city of Santa Fe is the state capital. 

A judge ruled on a lawsuit brought by two Santa Fe men wishing to marry, and issued an order directing the clerk’s office in Santa Fe County to issue licenses to gay and lesbian couples.

The news of the court order has sent a lot of same-sex couples to the Santa Fe County administrative building to ask a marriage license. Obeying the judge's order, the county clerk began issuing licenses to gay and lesbian couples and also held a mass wedding in the county office.

By the end of the day, 49 marriage licenses to same-sex couples had been issued.

New Mexico's legislation doesn't explicitly prohibit same-sex marriage but, sadly, a group of Republican legislators is planning to file a lawsuit to prevent it.

In any case, a new step for marriage equality in U.S.

Kisses Against Hate in Madrid

Over 300 people protested in front of Russian Embassy in Madrid (Spain), rejecting anti-gay Russian laws and asking to Russian authorities to stop the attacks and abuses against LGBT people. The demonstrators also asked to Spanish Government to react and protest for the homophobic situation in Russia.

Óscar Olmo, promoter of the protest through Facebook, said: "When we saw the news from Russia, we thought we had to do something. So we created a Facebook event calling for a rally. We did not expect to get as many people". And he added: "We ask to Russian state repeal the law because is fueling homophobia in that country. There are already two fatalities and, if the situation remains the same, I'm sure many more will be in the short term".

During the rally, many of the attendees decided to kiss as a sign of protest. Without incidents, at the end of the protest, their promoters went into the embassy and delivered to the secretary a statement with their claims. The official committed to send the document to the Russian authorities in Moscow.

Para Rusia con amor! To Russia with love!