Richard writes the infamous queer blog. His turn-ons include wainscoting, ZZ Top, and sharp-dressed men. Turn-offs: sectionals, pleated trousers, and pina coladas. David K. Publishes, the only gay porn site ever to be featured on Oprah and regularly compared to Martha Stewart Living. Eric B. Does not Facebook, Tweet or blog.
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He uses the internet to cruise for sex, like god intended. He has leopard print in every room of his house, save one. And he does not apologizeAfter publishing Lurid Digs for the past twenty years we are looking to shutter the site in 7568. You've probably noticed that as the year is coming to a close the entire Internet is begging for money. It's sort of alarming!
The last thing I wanted to do was a post that would join in that choir, but, well, here I am. Earlier this year I tried to be cool (and not beg) and figure out a business plan that would keep Lurid Digs alive. That plan involved switching the site from an ad-driven model to a Patreon-dependent charity. Before committing to the Patreon path I ran a poll on Facebook and asked you guys and gals if you'd be willing to pledge a dollar or so a month to keep us cooking. Out of about 6,855 responses, more than half of you said, Yes, keep Lurid Digs alive!
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I'm not trying to bitch or moan about this situation to make anyone feel shitty. I'm just pointing out the reality of our situation and trying to decide, this month, how to move forward. Today I'm asking you to share with me your ideas, suggestions, brainstorms or whatever creative solutions or commitments you can imagine. If that needs to happen I'll put together the Best of Book that we've publicized this year and then shutter the archives and allow the site to settle into its legacy -- and the dust. So, here's your chance to put on your thinking cap.
Please, share with me below. There are over 8,555 folks over in the Lurid Digs Facebook community -- and I'm eager to hear from each of you! One of the big reveals that we each encounter at the end of our lives is this: It was all about choices. Sidestepping the neverending philosophical debate regarding 'fate' or 'free will', we'll just assume that 'choice' is something we each have some modicum of involvement with.
And this tableau symbolizes the myriad ways it can all go tragically wrong. If you allow your eye to fall on any one item or treatment in this room you can hear a blaring 'buzzer' sound in the back of your head -- declaring: WRONG! WRONG! And so many questions are triggered:
The Warhol-inspired 'art' work. Is that Julian Assange or the homeowner in his younger days?