|May 28, 2007|
|8:00 PM||to||10:00 PM|
The second Summer CV meeting arrives tonight! Same bat time and same bat place as last week, which for newcomers means 8 PM at the Skylight Diner on the corner of 9th avenue and 34th Street.
Last week’s meeting was a rockin’ success, with tons of people showing up! This week might be a bit slimmer, with Memorial Day holiday plans in full swing, but for those of you who do attend, have a great time! And try the banana pancakes. Seriously.
|May 21, 2007|
|8:00 PM||to||11:00 PM|
For those of you still in the city this summer, we’ll be holding unofficial “Summer CV” gatherings on some Monday nights. The first one will be this Monday at 8 PM ’till whenever and will simply be a chance for us all to hang out together over dinner at a diner on the West side.
We’ll be meeting in the back of the Skylight Diner at the corner of 34th Street and 9th Avenue. Stop on by to say hello to your fellow CV’ers, stay for the food. :)
In a rare moment of leisure, I sat down to catch up on my reading this morning. Tristan Taormino, who some of you may remember from my countless outbreaks of praise, as well as Sexhibition a few weeks ago, wrote a thoughtful article in the Village Voice addressing an issue I have had mixed feelings about: the treatment and exclusion of single men in public scene and sex spaces.
If you have a moment, check out the article and share with us your feelings. Do you agree that it is a problem that single men are treated with suspicion because it puts a limit on the sexual freedom we promote, or on the other hand, is it a necessary evil which must be tolerated in order for others to feel comfortable in these public spaces?
If CV were to organize a club event, this is an issue that would have to be settled, and I have heard strong feelings on both sides of this argument. Feel free to comment here with your thoughts.