Alex Westerman

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About me: Executive Creative Director focused on digital platforms; #web, #mobile, #tablet, #branded entertainment & #cloud. Publisher of www.thrillnetwork.com Happy gay

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"Belle of the Nineties” stars Mae West in her fourth feature film. Set in the Gay Nineties, circa 1892-93, in St. Louis, Ruby Carter (Mae West) is a burlesque queen.

"Belle of the Nineties” stars Mae West in her fourth feature film. Set in the Gay Nineties, circa 1892-93, in St. Louis, Ruby Carter (Mae West) is a burlesque queen.

"Belle of the Nineties” stars Mae West in her fourth feature film. Set in the Gay Nineties, circa 1892-93, in St. Louis, Ruby Carter (Mae West) is a burlesque queen.

"Belle of the Nineties” stars Mae West in her fourth feature film. Set in the Gay Nineties, circa 1892-93, in St. Louis, Ruby Carter (Mae West) is a burlesque queen.

"Belle of the Nineties” stars Mae West in her fourth feature film. Set in the Gay Nineties, circa 1892-93, in St. Louis, Ruby Carter (Mae West) is a burlesque queen.

From Anthony Friedkin’s “The Gay Essay.” Hustlers, Drag Queens, and Lovers: Gay California in the ’60s and ’70s.

Transmission - Joy Division

Radio, live transmission.

Radio, live transmission.

Listen to the silence, let it ring on.
Eyes, dark grey lenses frightened of the sun.
We would have a fine time living in the night,
Left to blind destruction,
Waiting for our sight.

And we would go on as though nothing was wrong.
And hide from these days we remained all alone.
Staying in the same place, just staying out the time.
Touching from a distance,
Further all the time.

Dance, dance, dance, dance, dance, to the radio.
Dance, dance, dance, dance, dance, to the radio…

Well I could call out when the going gets tough.
The things that we’ve learnt are no longer enough.
No language, just sound, that’s all we need know,
To synchronise love to the beat of the show.

And we could dance.

Dance, dance, dance, dance, dance, to the radio.
Dance, dance, dance, dance, dance, to the radio…

Dorothy Counts encounters adversity in 1956 as she makes her way to a recently integrated school in Charlotte, North Carolina. After days of harassment, she was forced to withdraw from the school.

The Bolivian government poses with the corpse of revolutionary Che Guevara in 1967.

In 1980, a missionary holds hands with a starving boy in Karamoja district, Uganda.

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