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Disco Music

I remember the music... the original disco music. This was gay music ... music for dancing and having a good time.



Gay people that had been prevented from dancing together in virtually all the bars/clubs across the United States until the very late years of the 1960s (or in some cases in the 1970s), embraced it and were liberated by it.



The 'Disco Sucks' campaign was a white, macho reaction against gay liberation and black pride more than a musical reaction against drum… Continue

Posted on November 19, 2008 at 10:36am — 4 Comments

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At 2:45pm on March 30, 2009, SistersTalk Radio said…
I wanted to personally invite you to our live interview with hot new lesbian musician Jen Foster. She has a new song that answers to Katy Perry's "I Kissed a Girl." Jen's song is called "I Didn't Just Kiss Her."

You can hear the song and listen to a live interview with Jen on Sunday April 5 at 5pm central.

Here's the link to the radio show page: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Sisters_Talk/2009/04/05/Lesbian-Musician-Jen-Foster-On-SistersTalk-Radio
At 5:00pm on November 27, 2008, SteadyCat said…
I have a soft spot for freshly picked flowers. Oh dear. :-)
At 10:22am on November 21, 2008, Natalie Davis said…
makes me think of the '93 march on washington... there were a million of us on the mall. the rally and march were essentially done. everyone was tired but thrilled and optimistic and empowered. and there we were, a million strong, my toddler daughter and i watching the crowd and marveling. music began -- it was sylvester's classic, "you make me feel mighty real"... and people started to dance. i just stood, taking it all in, seeing my glbt brothers and sisters moving to the music. and then, there was the sight of my little girl boogieing down among the million... great memory.
At 9:30am on November 19, 2008, SteadyCat said…
I remember actually dancing to them. *sighs* Thats when I was still young, naive and like a freshly picked flower. :-)
 
 
 

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