Monday, June 16, 2008


This past Saturday I had the opportunity to hang out with my sisters, they are fun, inspiring, and money makers. I am sure they have a place in heaven, or in any of our events;)
This group of hard working "nuns" will do anything to help our community; I mean ANYTHING!!! they go down on their knees A LOT! (in the picture one of my favorites Sister Honor Kneesalot)

and is not for prayers LOL; and they go up to the top too, to raise the mighty buck; to help organizations like, the Gay Associated Youth, one of many.
It was the 1st anniversary of the Palm Springs order, and it was such an honor to be there with them, laugh with them, and support them. The place was full of angels, saints, and me, the lil devil. Events like this fulfill my soul.

I found out how much money they raised, should I say OH MY GOD?, or WORK IT GIRL! few thousands of dollars in 3 hours, JESUS... OK ladies you are the A list to me, love you all, and keep the good work!!!
The MC Lenny B. was just the icing in the cake what a sweet Daddy woof woof.

...wellness, identity, tolerance and diversity within our communities...

Since our founding in 1979, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence have raised and distributed over a million dollars to non-profit organizations that serve the queer and sex positive community. Each year, we raise thousands more. The next time you see a Sister with a collection bucket, drop a couple of bucks in. The money goes right back to the community.

Historically, The Sisters have given grants to under-funded, smaller organizations and projects providing direct services to our communities. The majority of these organizations and projects receive little, if any, government or main-stream funding and may be in the early stages of development. Our grants are typically $250 to $1,000.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

LA Pride

Saturday afternoon I drove from Palm Springs to the Mr. CSW contest at the Erotic City section of the festival; it was a hot afternoon, I met with the tribe and bitched about the heat, so George W. suggested to take my shirt off, oh boy; I'm glad I did...
Hobbit and I, enjoyed the contest and also one of the longest step down speeches ever OMG! (I don't mean to offend anyone though) but it was a lil much seriously... the contest was great, a good gathering and fun times, the winner Michael was very happy, good luck to him next year at LAL.
Later I went dancing with Meatball, his BF, and a lil sweet boy, that kept me busy for a good while. Next morning I ran with few inconveniences trying to get to the parade, but I actually made it. It was fun tons of cute people and happy faces, after that I walked around the festival met with my buddies, met new people, took pictures, I had fun; I also saw a good friend of mine that I hadn't seeing in long time, it was sweet to held him in my arms a talked to him, he is moving to Sweden in a month but at least we'll stay in touch, I will miss him (again). So the music was kicking the team DJ (I never got their names) made the crowd while and very energetic, so I shacked what my mama gave me, fun times for real. To end the night I went to see Olivia and her physical and hopelessly devoted concert, with my Swedish pal. I felt really good about the whole experience, it was my first duty as IML, and I felt the love and welcoming hearts around me. It was great! Here is a picture of my brothers and sash wife of the leather contingent, oh BTW Mike was so happy with "all his children".