The first weekend of 2016 and I used it to clean up my home

Last weekend were a success. I cleaned the whole apartment from top top buttom, did piles of laundry (You won’t believe how many machines I did) and it felt great!

I sometimes get the feeling that when I feel depressed, more stressed than usual, or when I at times are more hungry for Ben & Jerry’s than I normally am, then my place will look like shit. Sometimes it just feels like the apartment is an extension of my mental state.

Look at my place and you know how I am feeling.


Ah, I don’t know if I am that transparent. But it surely feels great.


I by the way came into the new year completely overdressed.

My neighbors had invited me to their new year party, and since I didn’t really wanted to go to the local “lesbians only” (plus lots of gay guys ready to be scandalicious) new year party this year, then I decided to say yes.

I found out that I had walked into the “straight people can’t have an uneven number of gays at their party” trap, so I were paired up with someone else who happened to be gay. That part felt a little bit forced. But I did know about her before the party, or I have seen her in places where other lesbians usually roam when they are out looking for a partner or just need something with alcohol while they are having a good time with likeminded friends.

I were by the way also completely overdressed compared to the rest of the party as well. You know in the way like you feel when you realize that you are the only one who arrived in a costume to the company Halloween party, so for a second I thought about popping back in to a pair of jeans and something more comfortable and anonymous compared to the dress that I on.

The party were a no-shoes party as where most of the guests were more or less dressed like they were at a children’s party (including paper hats), and yes there were children too, where most (but not all) were dressed in the “yes I am a parent and need to be ready to clean oatmeal blobs from the strangest places” way, so imagine jeans and comfortable clothes.

I just guess that the memo “dress nicely” sometimes means different things when you are living a single child free life compared to having children around you.

But you know it is more relaxed to not having to run around in heels on at a party that were all about good food, talks about everything from children to baby food, to what in the world dictator xyz is doing to the world.

So hey… I had a blast, I had fun and I enjoyed myself. It just surprised me that I had walked into a children’s new year party, and not an adult party. But still had a very cozy night, and ended up with too much to drink, so I at one time wondered about scaling the fence to my backyard instead of having to deal with trying to open the front door with my keys.

I guess that there were no reason for me to spend that much time on wardrobe-anxiety and eyeliner among other if I have known what kind of party it were. Yes this lesbian still cares about how she looks like and if her fashion bible is (semi) up to date. But in the end I would after all rather be the one who were overdressed than being the only one who showed up in jeans and messy hair.




Sexually confused man from the “We are against Pink Dot” group created a petition against Adam Lambert to get his attention

Yet again a Singaporean male who don’t know how to express his true feelings are lashing out because he don’t know how to express himself properly.

A long time active member of the “We are against Pink Dot” Facebook group, where he behind his computer previously have been very active in attacking the Pinkdot event and out gays in Singapore, created a petition against Adam Lambert, so he could get his attention.

Adam Lambert, so hot that straight men question their own sexuality.

Adam Lambert, so hot that straight men question their own sexuality.

Yes, we know that hot man Adam Lambert is unreachable to many, but there are better ways to get someone’s attention. Especially if you are that deep in the closet.

The online petition that were launched. Demand that the organizers remove the gay pop star Adam Lambert who were supposed to headline a New Year’s Eve countdown concert in Singapore, and which would be aired live on television.

The petition, which is addressed to concert organizer Mediacorp, the government, sponsors and partners, has garnered more than 15,000 signatures since it was launched and described the singer as a ‘performer fraught with controversy even in his home country’, it lists the American Idol has having ‘engaged in sexualized acts, including kissing a male band member on stage’ and ‘featur(ing) female showgirls and male strippers performing acts of indecency.’

Another petition have been launched in support of Adam Lambert, who likewise have more than 15,000 signatures. Both groups accuse each other of fraud and using double entries, or paying for getting fake signatures.

Adam Lambert is at all not unknown to Singapore and have previously been performing several times at completely sold out venues for several thousands of Singaporeans, making the next event that he is going to perform a rather ordinary event for him.

I mean any men who would turn gay by seeing him perform must already have been infected by his hotness, so one more event can’t harm anyone else…. right?

But what is confusing about this is that Singapore’s media scene is full of out, proud and very popular gay, lesbian and trans performers, and they have never been attacked by the “We are against Pink Dot”, or the other religious crazies that Singaporeans have to deal with, so the only conclusion is that [edited out on request] (the creator of the petition) are having identity issues that he have a difficult time with, and for that he have my sympathy.

“We are against Pink Dot” is an contradiction on its own, as the members there actively spend several hours a day discussing LGBT activities in Singapore and abroad, actually they do it so often that many of them are more informed about what is happening in the LGBT community that I am.

Yes, I feel slightly insulted about that. So I will go out and infect some straight women with my gayness because of them…..

I can try right?

Maybe I should just start a petition against them for being more informed that I am, because it is grossly insulting that I have to look at an anti gay group to find out what is going on in the LGBT circles.

Okay…. Irony and sarcasm aside…..

Why do they spend so much time about something that does not concern them and they clearly are crazy scared about??

What is the next? Should Singapore screen travelers and entertainers for their sexual orientation? Should visitors to certain suburbs declare their sexuality? or should we just get it over with and get our sexual orientation labeled on our IC in the future?

Do I need to mention that our IC is also PINK!!

LGBT Conspiracy anyone??