Sunday, July 10, 2011

Sunday Tea Dance

Tea dances are a common cultural reference in early 20th century fiction as a staple of genteel society, where people normally attend these receptions while visiting resort towns. Tea dances is also used within gay culture to designate similar dances: particularly those held on weekends (especially Sunday evenings) in night clubs and bars or at the end of the day at gay resorts. And you can't have a entertaining tea dance without.........

The hot boy, and that would be Gene Murphy.....








The lovely drag queen, that would be Epiphany...






and the all important old school dity and that would be Rozalla's Are You Ready to Fly?




The Mistress is getting ready to go to one this afternoon into this evening. I've already told the houseboys to not shake the sheets to loud in the morning.

9 comments:

  1. Love Sunday tea!!!! Have you ever been to the Raven's? Last time I was there it was too old for my liking. But in Philly and Rehoboth they both have some good ones! And Gene...... totally knocked my shorts off!

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  2. This blog make me feel so good! I loves all your writings and subjects, always very intresting. And this one is very nice!!!!

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  3. MY oh my nothing like a good tea dance. Gene is downroght hot as hell. And love the name Epiphany.

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  4. OMG, TOTALLY FOGOT about this song! Yes I agree a good tea dance needs all three of these!

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  5. Love me some Rozalla honey! Did THAT ever bring back some memories!

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  6. Great, now I'm in the mood to go dance, socialize with a queen and have some fun with this very hot guy!

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  7. Good Gawd! The things I would like to do to Gene and his back side! And Rozalla ia a perfect element for a tea dance. They played Everybody's Free a couple weeks ago here.

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  8. It was like being at a tea dance my friend! Fun post!

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  9. That Boy is "To Die For"!!!

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