Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Friday, December 17, 2010
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
"GayCities editor JJ Keyes surveyed America’s top drag queens to get a fix on their xmas gift wish list. He caught up with New York’s Lady Clover Honey, the drag diva correspondent on Under the Pink Carpet, while she was prepping for a special holly-jolly appearance at Twinkle, the Dance 208 Holiday Dance (December 18 at The LGBT Center of NYC, 9 pm).
2. Necklace and matching earrings from Tiffany's because it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that Bling!
3. Gift certificate from the Victoria's Secret because it’s better to say “Ho, Ho, Ho” than “No, no, no” and nothing keeps the season brighter than slipper-satin lingerie!
4. Whips and riding crops from Tie Me Down because we wish you a kinky Christmas. I Saw Daddy Spanking Santa Clause! Mommy can keep the kissing!!5. Gift certificate to a Gay Bathhouse Spa but only for steaming facial pours open. And since the rumors about Travolta came out celebrity spotting at the Baths has never been more in Vogue!"
[ARTICLE LINK ]
Friday, December 3, 2010
"Clover Welsh, a.k.a. Lady Clover Honey, is the first openly transgender correspondent to appear on a national TV show—Under the Pink Carpet, an LGBT news and entertainment show. She has performed on stage and on screen, in large and small production films. She writes in a gossip/news/dish column—Dish Miss—and curated art shows like Strike A Pose – Gender Id in 2008, hosted by SoHo’s Leslie-Lohman gallery. Lady Clover Honey is a fixture in New York City social and entertainment life and in the city’s annual Gay Pride Parade.
Lady Clover Honey cherishes her connection with the universe, and also wants to do her part and help others here, on earth. Therefore, she reaches out to the person who is afraid to go out dressed as a woman because people would throw stuff at him. She reaches out to all individuals and encourages them to be who they truly are, to come out of the closets of their lives. While she is very aware that coming out is not always easy or safe, she hopes that “We all have to respect one another, because we’re all children of God, with different ways to express ourselves.”
She’s always been an optimist, especially when it comes to gay rights, when she believes that we make progress every year. “I do have hope,” Lady Clover Honey says. “We’ve come a long way and we have a long way more to go.”