Saturday, 29 June 2019

Feel the Rainbow!

The time has come to put on our walking shoes once more.

Translesbigayapalooza 2019 is a wrap!

But we will walk loud and proud in the upcoming year!


 And I hope everyone will use this time to . . . .


Let's all FEEL THE RAINBOW!



(Mark Kanemura is
one of Lady Gaga's dancers.
MerciMistress Maddie for
introducing me to this video!)

Thanks, everyone, for reading and participating
and for all your supportive comments.
I appreciate it!

40 comments:

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

Mark is a treasure!
Now I want those shoes! Gimme!

XoXo

Laurie said...

I love those shoes! Our city did the best pride month representation ever, it was refreshing to see all coming together , young old all as one , acceptance and equality, for ever and a day!

anne marie in philly said...

I LOVE THOSE SNEAKERS! and mark sure knows how to shake his groove thing!

mxtodis123 said...

I love those sneakers.

Moving with Mitchell said...

I love those sneaker bottoms. But if you wore those you'd have to lie around with your feet up in the air all the time... Hmmm... Where can I get a pair?

Marie Smith said...

Love those soles! A great glimpse of the soul really!

DEZMOND said...

Gay lollies!

Miss Val's Creations said...

Mark Kanemura is fabulous. I imagine all of Lady Gaga's dancers as super glamorous.

Bob said...

Those shoes! I love those shoes!

baili said...

haha video is hilarious dear Debra!

wishing you best of luck for the rainbow walk ahead :)
hugs!

Leanna said...

I'm wondering if those sneakers are yours. I want a pair. It's been a wonderful Translesbigayapalooza but you make it more wonderful by showing it all to us.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

@ Leanna -- I wish those sneakers were mine but alas, no, they are not. Just a photo from the internet.

mistress maddie said...

Happy Pride Debs🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈🏳‍🌈

Another swell month celebrated! Mark Kanamori is amazing right? He was one of the openers for the World Pride Kick off concert. My friends say he was amazing and brought the place down. I'm heading up to the circus shortly...very excited.

Guillaume said...

I wonder if the rainbow means that we should not see things in black and white.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

@ Guillaume -- Oh, GOOD ONE!

Sooo-this-is-me said...

I wonder if there is a pride flag for the down to earth type gays, like six shades of beige maybe? I want the popsicles but no dirty jokes people, it's just hot here. :/

Liz Hinds said...

Catching up on your posts.

I used to hate it when the in-laws asked my children if they had girl/boyfriends yet. Even when they were little, suggesting this is the norm.

Love the rainy day painting.

Lots of other things I loved too. What else? Oh yes, the church I was part of before taking time out to concentrate on Zac's had its first gay marriage today.

Have fun with the walking.

The demisexual disposition. Mm. Must remember that one. Also I would love to be 'an experience'.

Kirk said...

Next best thing to ruby red slippers.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

@ Kirk -- BRILLIANT!

Susan Kane said...

Red ruby slippers makes a new step.

LL Cool Joe said...

It's been fun! Those trainers are a wee bit to subtle for me, I'd want the stripped bottom on the top, so to speak. ;)

Rain said...

Nice post Debra, I love those shoes. I'll be honest, I can't make any new LGBT friends around here, they'd be strung up by the prejudice Quebecers. But I'm happy to meet friends online! :)

Martha said...

Those shoes are amazing! I would love to own a pair. I'll have to search online.

Adam said...

All good things come to an end.

Joanne Noragon said...

A happy post, happy ending to Pride Month and on to new things.

Bea said...

Saw some gorgeously painted up & colorful folk on public transport today. Pride weekend is in full effect. :)

Magaly Guerrero said...

So mote it be!

And thank you for providing such wondrous mixture of awareness and and love and fun.

Parnassus said...

Hello Debra, Pride month is over so soon! What we will most miss is your special series of posts with every good quip and cartoon. I can't wait to see what you have in store for us in July.
--Jim

Barbara said...

I've never seen those sneakers before. I love them.

JP said...

I’m naturally drawn to the ice lollies!
JP

Rommy said...

The same kid who would love that bi pie t-shirt would covet those sneakers. Happy Pride!

^.^ said...

I can feel and see the sunshine, and I can feel and see the rain … but I only can see the rain bow, friend D … I was born that way … smiles … Much love, cat.

This N That said...

Cool sneakers..great video..HAve a fun week!!.

Frank said...

Love the video and just cathing up on some previous posts.

You had lots of great ones; love the boy who learned to play with soldiers and the pissed off gay designers reminded me of the song by Romanofsky and Phillips "The Day the Homos Disappear" based on the short story "The Day the Homos Disappeared" by Robin Hardy (https://archive.org/stream/bodypolitic68toro/bodypolitic68toro_djvu.txt) (search the document for the title)

And the reply to the Homosexual Lions tweet is priceless.

JACKIESUE said...

looooove the tennie runners..and the video..wish it was longer..

Sybil said...

OMG I love that video ... and of course the shoes. We have a number of rainbow crosswalks here in Nova Scotia.

NanaDiana said...

Love those shoes-they cross all gender lines in the coolness factor. LOL at the outfit on the video though-not for me, thank you-doesn't come in my size! lol xo Diana

Jill said...

Cute shoes! :-) Hope you have a wonderful week ahead!

Blessings,
Jill

Magic Love Crow said...

Thanks Debra! Great posts! Love those shoes and I loved the video!! Big Hugs!

Fundy Blue said...

Thank you, Debra, for all you did to put Translesbigayapalooza 2019 together. Your annual collection is always funny and thought provoking. I saw a clip on PBS last night about drag queens reading stories aloud to children in libraries and schools. It was magic! Take care, my friend!