Ya know, for the past 3 episodes, Glee has seemed to have lost it's edge. Is it just me or do all these episodes seem like AfterSchool Specials? If I see Rachel snorting some angel dust w/ Jesse St. James and she jumps out the second story window like Helen Hunt I'm gonna lose it.
C'mon, Ryan Murphy, get back to the quick banter and lose the "you're-not-fat-you're-beautiful-just-like-that-Christina-Aguilera-song" bullshizz.
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So yesterday I got a bit lost in the woods. I've started taking paths that were leading nowhere instead of sticking to the main path that I was on. I was in a dark and scary place and was worried how I'd get back.
Luckily, I had a guide who helped me get back to where I was going and it can now be reported that I am sticking to said path and won't go astray.
This is the first straight thing I've done in a while. (**bah-doom-chee!**)
"Though it's fearful, though it's deep, though it's dark and though you may lose your path, though you may encounter wolves, you mustn't swerve, you musn't ponder, you have to act..."
Sure the song is a bit repetitive and she may need to pronunciate a bit more, but this girl is insanely talented and is only 9 years old. Her name is Heather Russell and I predict we'll see that name in the future.
I have my new man-crush for 2010. His name is Aiden Turner. He was on All My Children for 7 years and is currently on (quote/unquote) Dancing with the (quote/unquote) Stars*. Isn't he handsome??? PLUS he's from Australia and has a dreamy accent.
And not to worry, Lee Pace, you've still got a spot in my heart.
* The reason for the "quote/unquotes" is because they're not really dancing and they're far from stars. I'm just sayin'....
After the jump, watch a clip of him being interviewed and see what I'm talkin' bout.
A few months ago I decided to write my memoirs, a project I knew was
going to bring me closer to an amazing turning point in my life. From
the moment I wrote the first phrase I was sure the book was the tool
that was going to help me free myself from things I was carrying within
me for a long time. Things that were too heavy for me to keep inside.
Writing this account of my life, I got very close to my truth. And
this is something worth celebrating.
For many years, there has
been only one place where I am in touch with my emotions fearlessly and
that's in the DJ booth. Being behind the decks fills my soul in many ways, almost
completely. It's my vice. The music, the lights and the roar of the
both people in the audience are elements that make me feel capable of anything. This rush
of adrenaline is incredibly addictive. I don't ever want to stop
feeling these emotions. But it is serenity that brings me to where I'm
at right now. An amazing emotional place of comprehension, reflection
and enlightenment. At this moment I'm feeling the same freedom I usually
feel only in a club/bar, without a doubt, I need to share.
people told me: "Aaron it's not important", "it's not worth it", "all
the years you've worked and everything you've tried to build will collapse",
"many people in the world are not ready to accept your truth, your
reality, your nature". Because all this advice came from people who I've known for a few days, I decided to move on with my life not sharing with the
world my entire truth. Allowing myself to be seduced by fear and
insecurity became a self-fulfilling prophecy of sabotage. Today I take
full responsibility for my decisions and my actions.
asked me today, "Aaron, what are you afraid of?" I would answer "the
blood that runs through the streets of countries at war...child slavery,
terrorism...the cynicism of some people in positions of power, Sarah Palin." But fear of my truth? Not at all! On the
contrary, It fills me with strength and courage. This is just what I
need especially now that I am the father of a beautiful West Highland Terrier
who is so full of light and who, with her outlook, teaches me new things every
day. To keep living as I did up until today would be to indirectly
diminish the glow that my my dog was born with. Enough is enough. This
has to change. This was not supposed to happen 5 or 10 years ago, it is
supposed to happen now. Today is my day, this is my time, and this is my
These years in silence and reflection made me stronger
and reminded me that acceptance has to come from within and that this
kind of truth gives me the power to conquer emotions I didn't even know
What will happen from now on? It doesn't matter. I can
only focus on what's happening to me in this moment. The word
"happiness" takes on a new meaning for me as of today. It has been a
very intense process. Every word that I write in this letter is born out
of love, acceptance, detachment and real contentment. Writing this is a
solid step towards my inner peace and vital part of my evolution.
am proud to say that I am a fortunate heterosexual man. I am very blessed
to be who I am.
I know many of you may be saying, "But Aaron, you like penis - not punani" and "You've had your tongue down so many guys throats", and to this I say, yes, I have had sexy time with men and I may have kissed a guy or six, but what I really longed for was the feel of a woman's touch on my incredibly masculine frame. The only Tang I want for breakfast now should be poon.
Thanks for reading and hopefully you can accept me for who I really am. A super straight stud.