Check out my new website: www.stopgracechu.com. As you can probably tell, I’ve been super busy photographing events for a bunch of event promoters and covering the NYC scene and writing recaps for AfterEllen. Stopgracechu.com is an attempt to organize everything into one spot.
Seeking Simone is a web series that follows Simone Selkin’s bumbling attempts to date her way through Toronto, and the first episode of the second season recently premiered. Judging from the sheer insanity in her encounters with Toronto’s finest ladies, I’m concerned about New York City’s proximity to Toronto. I wonder if winds from the northwest could blow the cuckoo into the Big Apple like winds blew volcanic ash all over Europe from the Icelandic volcano last year.
By Grace Chu in Blogs, Events, Food and drink
Wondering why New York City hasn’t discovered the modern invention called the snowplow? I heard Brooklyn and Queens is still buried. Sucks for you, but here are a couple of gaytastic videos to help you bide your time as you wait for the bailout.
Basically, the economy still sucks, and we’ve all held onto our day jobs, but our groups are understaffed and we’re overworked. O’Neill has been working 15 hour days, 7 days a week. No joke. Last Thursday, I billed 14.5 hours myself. It’s sort of tough to manage a website when you’re working those hours. Those hours also sap your creative energy.
A gay straight guy for the girl who dates gay guys and an attraction for the girl from Ohio.
Where have we been? Right here in NYC gallivanting with lesbian blogging royalty and plotting the destruction of the universe by signing onto a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians. Also, we had beer!
Another portrayal of lesbians living in L.A., you say? Here’s the deal: The L Word and The Real L Word are played out in the alternate universe of Los Angeles where Asian Americans don’t exist. (And where lesbians in general are dysfunctional and tiresome.) Here’s a lesbian web series based in L.A. with an all Asian-American cast. You’re welcome.