5 Years

She comes to my mind sporadically, in my dreams, or as a flashback out of nowhere, still.

Today marks 5 year since I had to put my  baby girl (Mo) to sleep ’cause cancer was killing her.

In her last days, I used to play a song to her called Loquita (which means naughty girl in this context). And singing to her the happy song my eyes got watery whenever I said mamita (part of the lyrics that  translate as little girl) because I knew she was dying… and because I used to call her that way.

Mo came to my life when she was few months old. She was bought at a Pet store (before the law banned selling cats and dogs) by the sister of my of ex’s that days later realised a dog was too much responsibility…  Back then we were all young and she was a 19 year old party girl travelling countries, and not the mature woman she is today.

So, I took Mo and lived with me for 14 years. I did my best to gave her a happy life and she effortlessly gave me 14 years of joy.

Many souvenirs come to me of those days… Almost at the same time I broke up with PatrickA and some weeks later met Xavier.

14 years together, Mo was my longest relationship ever!

Today my boy Sai Sai and I will walk in her memory.

My sweet girl, mamita. I will always miss you!

Netflix Has THE POWER!

Netflix Shares First Look at Kevin Smith's He-Man Reboot Masters of the  Universe: Revelation

The first trailer for the upcoming He-Man Netflix series has landed and I am not disappointed.

This is a nostalgia fest in the best possible way, managing to showcase a cartoon that looks like you remember but has been updated nicely for the 21st Century.

See, He-Man was my favourite cartoon when I was a kid  (I’m old AF) and I used to have many of the AMAZING toys.

He-Man was/is one of the most successful cartoons of all time!

The 80s animation was born, like many cartoons at the time, out of a need to sell toys. Essentially, Mattel was annoyed that it passed up the rights to the Star Wars toy line, so created its own characters and we got He-Man.

While the character(s) have been remade for the screen a number of times and failed miserable,  it really is the 1983 cartoon that is close to everyone’s hearts.

Here’s the official synopsis: “After a cataclysmic battle between He-Man and Skeletor, Eternia is fractured and the Guardians of Grayskull are scattered. And after decades of secrets tore them apart, it’s up to Teela to reunite the broken band of heroes, and solve the mystery of the missing Sword of Power in a race against time to restore Eternia and prevent the end of the universe.”

Masters of The Universe: Revelation, to give it its official title, is 80s to the core. The trailer and it’s just magnificent!


I had many boyfriends and countless fuckfriends in my life. And although my ex boyfriends are mostly Asians and Europeans (because I found them culturally and mentally compatible,) all my casual sexual encounters were/are more eclectic (because hot is hot!).

Of all the hundreds of guys that I’ve been with, the least memorable were Arabs and black guys…

Still, I had a black fuckfriend who was the exception among the others. He was hot, legit hung (unlike the rest) and knew how to fuck. Sadly for me he had a girlfriend and eventually I stopped seen him.

Arabs… however… Never met one who knew how to sex or had a good cock… Until last night.

So, last night this 23 yo Arab dude (Zak) texted me wanting to do me.

He physically reminded  me of Xavier (my last official boyfriend whom must be the same age today) so I had a good feeling and gave it a try… Well, I wasn’t wrong.

He was hot, passionate, had a nice cock and sexed me like a champ! The downside is that he also has a girlfriend (because heterocurious and bisexuals are abundant). Regardless, he texted me today just to let me know that I’ll see me again.

And despite all what I’m glad of is that he redeemed Arab men.

Because until this god arrived, they were the worst sex I ever had.

Spain Male Teachers Wearing Skirts

Male Teachers Are Wearing Skirts To Class In Order To Protest This Student Getting Expelled Over It | Bored Panda

A 15-year-old boy from Spain was expelled from his school and sent to a psychologist for wearing a skirt to school last October.

Since then, students and male teachers from across Spain have been going into school in skirts as a sign of solidarity.

Male Teachers Wear Skirts To School In SpainMale Teachers Are Wearing Skirts To Class In Order To Protest This Student Getting Expelled Over It | Bored Panda

Jóvenes visten faldas en solidaridad con un compañero que fue castigado por portar una -VIDEOS | 'Con la falda bien puesta' muchos alumnos acuden a sus escuelas en España

Thankfully most of the reactions to boys in skirts are:

Hannah's Guide to Fall Fashion – HANNAH'S* GUIDE TO ADULTINGAll these men teach a serious lesson in acceptance!

Pride Month: VENENO

Veneno (TV Series 2020-2020) — The Movie Database (TMDb)Every year, during the month of June, the LGBT community celebrates in a number of different ways. Across the globe, various events are held during this special month as a way of recognising the influence LGBT people have had around the world.

Why was June chosen? Because it is when the Stonewall Riots took place in the United States, way back in 1969. Canada, however, has it’s own rich history and turning points in the struggle for and eventual celebration of LGBT rights.

Regardless, Pride Month is important because it marks the start of huge change within the LGBT+ community, and we continue to raise awareness, improve the attitudes of society and encourage inclusiveness.

That been said in 2020 Spanish actors/directors/ couple Javier Ambrossi and Javier Calvo, joined creative forces and created Veneno.

The series recalls the story of La Veneno, a popular trans television personality in Spain during the 1990s.

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La Veneno became a fixture on late night television in Spain, enjoyed a successful modelling career and even dropped a couple of hit singles before she faded into obscurity.

The show fills in the blanks of La Veneno’s life, detailing her childhood, coming out as trans, life as a sex worker, her rise to fame, and her subsequent downfall amid an insurance scam.

The show also tells the story of Valeria Vargas, La Veneno’s biographer, who helped inspire a generation of queer kids desperate for on-screen representation.

Spain became too small for her.