Saturday, October 21, 2017


I've recently become familiar with this Sebastian Kross, and I don’t think it’s going to be the last time we enjoy this sexy creature either!!!

I found him one morning when I was, well, never you mind!!! But he caught my attention on said  morning thanks to a link sent to me by a friend who pointed out this gorgeous hunk. And his many talents. Now I know what your thinking...the tats. And normally your dear Mistress is not into to much ink....but in this case I can't get pass the good boy, dirty boy side of that mischievous looking face. I am very attracted to a guy with a devilish, wiley face and he has it. There’s a lot to like about this guy, but a few things really stand out to me, like one in particular!!!! He’s handsome, no doubt about that, but as you probably surmised I love a good jaw breaker!!!!
Ah youth does have it's advantages...endurance, stamina.......

Friday, October 20, 2017


 In this weekly feature, I'll share a weekly guest with you, and tell me in only three words what come to mind. This week, birthday boy.....

Béla Ferenc Dezső Blaskó
aka Bela Lugosi...... 

Wednesday, October 18, 2017


The Mistress has a busy social schedule coming up. My personal assistant, Buster Bolfig Borghese has been all thumbs, so I will have to rely on Ms.Moorecock when she's back. If anyone happens to be in the area now through mid November, there is plenty to see and do, and cock-a-tail! If I fall behind with post forgive me dears. All this... and my big day falls in amongst all this.

Halloween Ball at the Raven !!!! Thursday October 26! 
New Hope's Raven Tradition: Always the Thursday prior Halloween!
$2,000.00 Cash Grand Prize
Pre-Registration Opens for Hotel Guest ONLY
Registration Begins at 9:30pm
Show Time(25-40mins)at 10pm with Miss Thunder Showers, Summer Clearance, and The Mistress Borghese.

Bike Stop- Friday October 27, 9-2 AM
Are you a Hero....or a Villian. Get down and get dirty with Philly's sexiest Halloween Party. Join the hot guys from Boys of Summer for their first ever Halloween event. Grab your harness, your sexiest costume and your jock strap and enjoy!  Details.

Join us for the 3rd annual Wig Out dance party, hosted at the historic Mansion Inn, in downtown New Hope!
This year we're raising money for victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Bring out the big hair, swinging hips and go-go boots & get ready to shimmy and groove to your favorite 70s Disco and Funk with our Special Guest DJ, Armando! Party Hostess's Pumpkin and The Mistress Borghese will keep up the spirits! Beer, Wine, Cocktails & light hor d'oevres, tapas served. Wigs required and desired, costumes optional. Valet parking.$60 admission in advance is requested, feel free to donate more if you wish.

FUCKING MEN, an adaptation of the play La Ronde, in which ten men in ten scenes sleep with and seduce one another; each encounter subtly, sometimes radically, changing their lives. The search for emotional fulfillment—the thread that connects the episodes in La Ronde—is given fresh resonance in Tony Award-winning playwright Joe DiPietro’s hilarious and heartwarming take on modern hook up culture. Tickets here.

Sunday November 5 7:30pm
PANDORA BOXX brings her new one-"woman" show INSERT TITLE HERE, to Ruba, Northern Liberties section of Philadelphia.

Thursday November 15, 7:30pm
Ginger Minj-CROSSDRESSER FOR CHRIST is a musical comedy that tracks Ginger Minj's quest for personal and spiritual enlightenment in song and story. Raised as a Southern Baptist in Lake County, Florida the self-described "chubby little lady-boy" gets tired of having hell and damnation shoved down her throat. So she begins her own search for alternative answers. It is a wild and wacky journey. Tickets 

Saturday November 18 7pm 
Saturday, November 18th at 7pm! Varla's bringing all of her greatest hits with her for this special show, and it's your only opportunity to see Varla in Philadelphia this year. Get your tickets today!


The fabulous Sharon Needles is back with a third album and first up is this single, Battle Ax. Do the girls looks familiar? She makes a very convincing Linda Evans, no?

Monday, October 16, 2017


Over the weekend, I got together with good friends, Bob and Bruce for the 2017 Autumn House Tour over in New Hope's sister river town, Lambertville. The weather was not the nicest, but a good afternoon all the same. No rain, so that at least saved my coiffure. I always love the autumn tour, because the closer it gets to Halloween, the residents really break out the stops and gets ready for the spooks and scares. The best part is actually seeing in these homes. Many residents actually preserve the original era of the house, while others do a complete gut and make for a more contemporary interior...but done right. Most of these home all date mid to late 1800's. 

A lovely windowbox....
I understand the rats are hard to kill here...
Coffee break in town at the  coffee shop.....

I had to snap a picture of this for The Dogs Mother......
On a good potion of the lawns in town, at least every other house were these....
Is it any wonder I love this area so much?!?!?



My personal assistant, Buster Bolfig Borghese looking contemplative on our morning walk. Buster's tasks for today are to clean my undergarments and write thank-you notes to the help who assisted in a recent seasonal event. I'm still not sure how this will work out.

But wishing all a Happy Monday!!!!

Saturday, October 14, 2017


Townhome on Pine Street

Now before you think this is going to be some sordid, tawdry story of the Mistress up to mischief in a alley, get your mind out of the gutter!!! For once, it's not! Last week, I took off a day since I was close to over hours with an event we had set up and get ready for earlier in the week. So I slept in, then thought I head into Philly with no real plans, except maybe to just mill around and see where the day took me. And this time it took me to the lovely Elfreth's Alley , in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia. It was a perfect fall day to do so too. It lent itself good to snap some pictures. These...I played around with my filters on my new camera. Elfreth's Alley is a historic street in Philadelphia which is referred to as "Our nation's oldest residential street," dating to 1702. As of 2014, there are 32 houses on the street, which were built between 1728 and 1836.

Elfreth's Alley is named for Jeremiah Elfreth, an 18th-century blacksmith and property owner. Among the alley's residents were tradesmen and their families, including shipwrights, silver and pewter smiths, glassblowers, and furniture builders.

Present-day Elfreth's Alley is the product of cycles of urban renewal and decay as well as historic preservation efforts. The alley is a tourist attraction and a rare surviving example of 18th-century working-class housing stock. The site stands in sharp contrast to the more frequently preserved grand mansion houses of Philadelphia's Society Hill neighborhood. Either way it is a pleasant jewel to see if you get to Philly. Afterwards I went to a favorite of mine the Dandelion Pub.
Great scenery and enjoyed a nice flight of ales. I have also been for their very nice afternoon tea, which is a delight in the fall and winter.
I took the train in, so I later visited the gay haunt U-Bar while I killed time waiting for my ride out. A lovely Latin guy named Jairo bought me two pints...very nice time. Missed my train, so had to wait for the next....but that's a story for another drink dears.
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