Master Romio is the Tibetan master artist to H.H. the Dalai Lama, and on this episode for Sexliesobsession.com he talks with our host Joell Posey on the modern quest for Enlightenment and the individual’s spiritual journey. Continue Reading
In this video the ‘AcaBelles’ perform the hit song “Royals” by Lorde with a passion that translates as pure whimsy and fun. Continue Reading
The new Virgin America video is simply kickass. The entirely video is five minutes long, yet during that time we get a world tour of dance & music styles from tango to robot rap. It might be a tad long, but it is entirely worth it for the entertainment value.
It is said that obsession can come in many forms and faces… Until I meet the creative and obviously brilliant Mac Beauvais, I never had reason to take that quote literally. Yet as this one girl has proven with timeless effort and dedication to her craft, obsession can indeed take many forms. Continue Reading
Casanova’s homeland of Italy is fast losing it’s steamy reputation of being the romantic encounters capital of Europe as Italian men face the challenge of woo’ing their potential partners with all the care and attention they are known for, while being on a ‘budget.’ Continue Reading
In their newest global campaign ‘The Switch’ Heineken has gone down under and out back to bring their audience the sultry vocals of Australian lounge singer Clairy Browne and her group The Bangin Rackettes. Continue Reading
Justin Howard, Style Correspondent MSNBC / Newsvine takes a moment back stage at the Maggie Barry Runway Show to ask desinger Maggie Barry about the message of her line and what advice she has for the on-the-go fashionista. Continue Reading
My ‘Official’ Biography –
JT Howard has traveled the world and loves diving into local night life where ever he happens to wander. His travel insights are designed to promote the hidden byways of Gay Culture. He has lived in the sunny paradise of San Diego for the past 10 years.
The Gay Travel Column –
“Enter the East Gate, Los Angeles.
We all grew up loving these bright, colorful neon lights. Who can’t recall the films from the 50’s and 60’s that expand our minds with images of festive nightlife advertising, speaking of mythical ice-cream stands and late night Tiki bars. As your San Diego Gay Travel Examiner discovered one of the prime examples of classic 1950’s Neon Signs is the Eastern Gate of Los Angeles.
The Night Was A Glow With Shining Lights
In the 1950’s and 60’s Americans were taking to the highways in every increasing numbers, advertisers needed a new method in which to reach these masses. The solution to their problems came in the form in glowing rods that lit up the night, illuminating bowling alleys and late night diners.
One of the features that made these signs so popular was that you could twist the glass tubes they are made of into any shape imaginable. As technology moves forward, neon lights are replaced with more advanced fiber-optic models.
Never fear my friends for end of the glowing signs is nowhere in sight as historians are moving to the save them. Museums dedicated to preserving the culture of Americans glowing signs are being established, for what would America be without these giant signs to illuminate the night?
The the East Gate, Los Angeles
Opened in 1938, created by a Hollywood set designer for the displayed Chinese Americans by the building of Union Station, Los Angeles. Lighting up the night sky, this Pagoda has become a classic Californian landmark. The East Gate as it is known, serves as the entrance to a mini mall containing 18 storefronts.
Known in guild books as Old Chinatown Plaza, it can be found at 1100 N.Broadway. Surrounded by vintage buildings, marking this venue as a festive tourist stop.
Ok, this is not exactly jaw dropping news – James Franco, a celebrity who has already come out of the ‘straight’ closet to fans, stirred up several sexual fantasies among his gay fans today when he suggest to a reporter he might just be — you guested it ‘Gay.’
Having had the pleasure of meeting Mister Franco several times now at various events ranging from media round tables, on the red carpet, to charity events I can say with some honesty he is truly a gentlemen with an impish side.
But don’t take my word alone, read his.
“There are lots of other reasons to be interested in gay characters than wanting myself to go out and have sex with guys. And there are also lots of other aspects about these characters that I’m interested in, in addition to their sexuality. So, in some ways it’s coincidental, in other ways it’s not.
I mean, I’ve played a gay man who’s living in the ’60s and ’70s, a gay man who we depicted in the ‘50s, and one being in the ‘20s. And those were all periods when to be gay, at least being gay in public, was much more difficult.
Part of what I’m interested in is how these people who were living anti-normative lifestyles contended with opposition. Or, you know what, maybe I’m just gay.”
~James Franco, Actor ‘Howl’
Something for your night at home alone
The Girls of the Rubber Rose
The Girls of the Rubber Rose
Looking for a bit of Summer Cheer? Need a little release between family visits? Be it for the boys or the girls, these treats are sure to put a smile on your face as you politely deal with mother’s swim suit.
Chatting with the informative owner Lea Caughlan of “The Rubber Rose”, a San Diego Sexual Boutique, your Sex, Lies & Obession Columnist has complied a list of 3 fun and festive summer must-haves. Continue Reading