Saturday, April 6, 2013

Buzzfeed posted the tux I made for Francois as the "fiercest ever", and I read haters to filth because I care for them and also care for my friends and defend their choices... SPIN also did a nice piece on Ru.

Buzzfeeds piece on Francois' Slick It Up Tux and a great piece on Ru in Spin. You really need to read the comments on the francois buzz feed post. I love to CHALLENGE STRANGERS WHO MAKE NASTY COMMENTS TO STREET FIGHTS... because its as ridiculous as the concept of allowing RANDOM COMMENTS itself and it also sheds light on the fact that I think most people who comment from the shadows of their own home don't even realize which is ITS EASY TO COMMENT FROM THE SHADOWS and comfort of your own home and they would NEVER say it to my face, so if its not something you would say to my face its probably something you shouldn't say otherwise you're just a COMFY COWARD, SO if you wanna say it... say it to my face, or shut the fuck up because you have nothing to back it up NOT TO MENTION if you aren't a SPECIALIST in the subject you're talking about keep your trap shut because you have NO IDEA what it takes to do whatever it is you're bitching about and the fact that its just JEALOUSY that you're TRYING TO SELL as COMMENTARY just becomes way too transparent and although I feel bad that me and my friends joy VEXES YOU I don't feel bad enough not to shed light on your CONTRARY BULLSHIT by way of threatening to BOX YOU IN THE STREET. I do what it takes and sometimes it takes ridiculous to shed light on ridiculous, it also appeals to my fantasies of being a pro-wrestler (notice i even carry folding chairs wherever I go), super villain, henchwoman. Challenging people to STREET FIGHTS is also just in my favor because at 6 4" I sorta have the advantage and I can't think of a gay dude who would beat me, especially now that I actually train for it... ahahahah it makes me giggle... BOXING PEOPLE IN THE STREET like Im Christine McVie or something Just look at that FIST of hers, its a HAM HOCK?! She could punch your face right in!!... Many of the comments are about how the tux is "trashy" or simply "not classy" I LOVE how poor people (not even trying to be mean but I can't think of a nice way of putting it... provincial people??, gays dominated by women??) are SO CONCERNED with being classy. Its shocking to me that people think class comes from money, you can be DIRT POOR and be classy as hell. It pretty much comes from being kind, having wisdom, an open mind, and being considerate. Its that simple. It has nothing to do with being "classy", fancy, or wealthy. In fact when you're concerned with any of those things you won't ever possess class. When you actually have class the last thing you're concerned with is class BECAUSE YOU HAVE IT. Its only something you need to worry about if you don't have it. Its like anything really. Do you think Mozart worried about playing the piano, Kate Moss questions her modeling legitimacy, no, of course not because its something they truly possess. Its only the people who don't possess something who have to prove it... A great example of this is just seeing how many Louis Vuitton bags you see in the ECONOMY LINE at an airport compared to first class. First class doesn't have LV bags, economy is RIFE with them. You know another thing is that its nice of me to even recognize these people and their comments and for me to take the time to "educate" these people. It shows that as HONASTY (thats a combo of honest and nasty) as I am to these people that they do matter, I actually care for strangers and listen to them, and I actually want them to BE BETTER. Its tough love.

7 comments:

Lucien said...

I think there is 6'4" of pure honesty & character here

J-LA said...

Baby, I've never been prouder of you! Watching you grow, name the area, honesty, the insight, the self awareness (you get it, they are not the same), design, word crafting, your place in the world, and, especially the understanding that, as Baudelaire would say, one's beauty or the effort to create beauty is always viewed by some as a DIRECT ATTACK. Keep driving to create your beauty, those in the know get it, and they are the only ones who matter. We'll educate and enlighten as many others as we can along the way.

J-LA said...

Baby, I've never been prouder of you! Watching you grow, name the area, honesty, the insight, the self awareness (you get it, they are not the same), design, word crafting, your place in the world, and, especially the understanding that, as Baudelaire would say, one's beauty or the effort to create beauty is always viewed by some as a DIRECT ATTACK. Keep driving to create your beauty, those in the know get it, and they are the only ones who matter. We'll educate and enlighten as many others as we can along the way.

David Mason said...

Thanks so much guys! :)

Mathias N Oz said...

Living in Kansas, I hear comments like those on buzzfeed all the time... what a bunch of conformist bullsh!t. That was the coolest wedding ever, wish I could have been there! Francios was perfection!

James Hartman said...

What pissed me off most about the comments weren't the straight giggling and being narrowed-minded it was the fags that replied saying "This is what causes homophobia" and similar bullshit. I hate this campaign to "suburbanize" the community. Honestly, if I have to turn 50 Shades of Beige and shop at Target to make straights accept my life style, I rather just remain part of a fringe community. Also, there is an article on Buzzfeed about the guy that just wants to be a mermaid and he makes these sick ass fins, and people are posting the same bullshit they were on the article about Francois. I have recently come to terms with the fact that being a middle class white gay stuck in a corporate job means the kookiest thing I can really do anymore is wear Slick It Up to some shit like Gay Days at Disney, but I mean come on people!

David Mason said...

James and the other guys, I totally agree and appreciate all of your feedback