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Street Walkin 2
by Sukie de la Croix
2003-01-08

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So I've been lying around on the sofa, putting cotton wool in between my toes and painting my toenails for the last three weeks. All you faggots, dykes, and perverts out there are burning me out.

I did have fun over the holidays though. I especially enjoyed the Manhandler Christmas party, as it gave me a chance to catch up on gossip with Chi-Town Squares and the Chicago Gay Men's Chorus. And thanks to artist Nick Mann for fulfilling my Santa fantasy for me. Ha! That's got you all wondering.

Chuck knows how to put on a party at the Eagle. The Male Hide boot fetish night was a blast!! Lots of boyz of all ages just screaming out to be photographed. (Well, some of them were a little shy.) At one point, graysong had a cute long-haired boy up on the St. Andrew's Cross doing a Dead Jesus routine. Crucifixion's are so fucking hot!!

What about those FirstCallEscorts.com guys … see cover of this week's Nightspots for visuals. This is Enrique. Yes, my heart was a flutter when I took the photograph. Actually, Kirk and I were both taking photographs of him that night and we were both in a big Queeny mess over Enrique. Isn't he yummy?

So what's happening at Circuit? Looks like Chix Mix are now presenting two parties a month: Original Sin Jan. 17 and a Salsa Night on the 1st Friday of every month. The last Chix Mix salsa party was packed with chix and a fair number of dix too. Circuit/Rehab are going strong, so ONE FINGER up to the Dakota.

Phil Lasheo, graysong, Kirk, Joan Jett-Blakk and myself headed south for the All-Lifestyles Party. Hard to explain what it was like, but I did eat Phil Lasheo's gummy snake in a party game. I think the party would really have taken off if it had been in a more intimate and private environment.

Hot tips: Mark your calendars for upcoming Stella Productions shows. See ad.

Don't miss Survivor Drag 2 hosted by the fabulous Sassy Trade Saturday, Jan. 18 at the Edge. If you've never been to the Edge, I highly recommend it, especially weekends. The Edge is also the new home for the Dream 'go-go' Boys.

Cocktail … obviously!! Great fucking bar, great fucking staff, great fucking crowd, great fucking atmosphere … not that I'm biased.

Bucks, home of the cute boys and the best weekend sports bar on the strip.

What's this I hear about Creagh and 'a certain male person.' I thought Creagh was supposed to be a straight boy. Anyway, go ask him about the dirt on Thursdays at the Closet. I hear it's a riot over there.


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