Now the fun really begins
Well I survived the Republican National Convention with my heart intact. But as luck would have it, us lgbts in South Carolina are going to be gearing up for Gay Pride that will be coming up this month.
And on the heels of the "South Carolina is so gay" controversy, things promises to be very interesting. Especially seeing that RuPaul will be performing.
This year I have made up my mind - I will not be a parade monitor. Every year I volunteer to walk alongside the floats and the marchers in order to keep the parade going and keep them from the protestors.
To hell with all of that - this year, I am going to ride on a float.
But there are other important things to consider.
Like what am I going to wear.
Seriously though, I doubt that the following will be my last thoughts regarding the upcoming election, but I still feel the need to voice them:
1. John McCain's speech - I told myself that I wasn't going to watch it. But I succumbed to temptation and turned the channel.
To put it nicely and without bias - John McCain's speech reminded me of Tucker Carlson on "Dancing with the Stars."
Forget gay marriage, can't we get a constitutional amendment against McCain making speeches?
2. If Sarah Carlin is so damned vivacious and exciting, then why won't the McCain camp let her do an interview?
3. About the Log Cabin Republicans endorsing McCain - A popular anti-gay industry stereotype about gays is about how we loved to get screwed. This has to be the first time I have ever seen a gay group try to prove this stereotype through its political practices.
Until Monday (or barring something monumental happening), I am out of here.