Latino Boys Magazine Columnas
Café Con Leche es el canal de vídeo exclusivo de Latino Boys Magazine, proporcionando segmentos breves sobre lo que está ocurriendo alrededor de la ciudad y las últimas modas con Vixen Lazorra. En este primer segmento, el se une con Teresita La Caliente para conversar con Milancita; quien aplasta los rumores de su identidad y habla sobre el futuro de Discotekka.
If you liked Fedro's participation in the Viva El Sueño, Univision's own reality show that helps aspiring artists realize their dreams, you're in for a treat! This very talented, unique and creative individual has released his first album titled, “Besos Excesos".
Don't you just love St. Patty's? I'm nowhere near Irish but it sure is a good reason to drink responsibly of course, and here In South Florida there's a million places for drinking. You don't have to wait for March 17th though. Here's a list of places where you can have wild nights, hot boys and oh yeah… DRINKS!
Ay Amore! It’s back, “V” day. We’ve all had really good and really bad Valentine’s days, some alone and some where we want to be left alone. Despite your past experiences, don’t focus on what this holiday is supposed to represent. If you’re with someone, make it extra special for both of you, not just for them, but also for yourself. If you’re single, go out and have insane fun! Pop in your fav “getting ready tune “, put something sexy on and go get ‘em! Here’s a list of events where lots of men may be waiting for you.
During the early 90’s Maria Jose served as the lead singer of the famous Mexican group Kabah. The act quickly became a household name and went on to rack up a number of accolades. However, as they say, “All good things must come to an end.” The group parted ways in 2005. Fortunately, the end of Kabah was the beginning of Maria Jose’s career as a solo artist. In 2007, she introduced her self titled debut album. Then in 2009, thanks to the success of the first album, Maria Jose released her sophomore album Amante de lo Ajeno. Audiences across the U.S. can currently see the sexy Mexican up close and personal thanks to her latest tour.
Jean Genet ‘Le Chant d”Amour” 1950
Adora: So Teddy, now that the holidays are over and it’s a new year, what are your new projects?
Teddy: Well I just saw the 1950 movie by the gay French film maker and writer, Jean Genet and I wound up re-discovering what great work he did on gay desire and the way it is really so subversive for mainstream society. It gave me a whole renewed way of looking at my sexuality in a social system that denies me my rights and tells me I ‘m going to Hell because of some lifestyle I’ve supposedly ‘chosen’ to live.
Welcome 2010. My name is Vixen. We will be together for a year, so let’s make a deal. You give me health, prosperity and labels and in exchange I promise to tell 2011 that it has some very big shoes to fill. Deal? Good, I’m glad you see things my way. Oh, I see you already started with some fabulous events for me to attend. Brownie points for you 2010!
We survived another Christmas! Ah… Christmas, the season when you buy this year’s gifts with next year’s money. A time when everybody wants his past forgotten and his “present” remembered. A time to remember that it is no coincidence your family lives so far away and your state of mind is so healthy at the same time. This year, Christmas really felt like a day at the office: You do all the work and the fat guy with the suit gets all the credit.
Calix Gustav Gallery
Tedy Behr: Ok Adora, now that it s finally over, what was your favorite thing during the Art Basel week?
Adora: I really liked the local shows like Miami Independent Thinkers, Baselita and many other grass roots events staged by local artist run groups. But, the image that really stayed with me was the triptych photo by Jonathan Stein of this cute guy in drag beaten up and with the word ‘FAG’ carved into his forehead at the Calix Gustav Gallery on NW 29th Street. The three images of him as a boy, in drag and as the bloodied, gay bashed victim are so powerful they stayed in my mind even after all the art we saw. I loved the title of the piece, “It’s Just make-up.”
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