Are you ready for the gay bomb? Who isn't?! Well, the Middle East for one. A gay bomb was dropped there several years ago, but had no marked effect on the population. You can read about it, or you can watch the video below. Either way, you're going down--down on whatever it is people go down on when they're knee deep in same-sex junk. Studies have shown outcasts who prefer this kind of behavior are amoral and lascivious; but, with the gay bomb, you can remove yourself from all sexual responsibility and actually have some fun. Let the party begin!
Yup, you heard right missy, one of our artists has been featured in an article in the Long Beach Post For his t-shirt design Gay Bomb. We never thought we'd attract enough negative attention to warrant being in the crosshairs of the mainstream media, but there it is! You can read the article here or click on the image to be taken to the blog post about the design, and other information regarding Gay Pride Long Beach t-shirts exclusive to Sipology until the end of May. None of these will be available online until the end of Gay Pride Long Beach, but after that Gay Bomb will go live online June 1.
Let's face it, there's nothing like climbing into a sling on a Friday night and wandering out half-conscious and bow-legged into oncoming traffic the following Monday morning from having hung out with Tina all weekend wondering what the fuck happened, but knowing you had a good time, if you could only remember it. We've all been there dearest friend. And with that in mind Gay Pride Long Beach 2011 is hard upon our heels, beckoning us to join in the terrifying revelry of being ourselves in a frenzied and practically lawless dithyramb (Dionysus not included). Be there and be queer, or don't be there; you'll still be queer. Huzzah!
Sipology is donating the proceeds from Gay Bomb to The Center in Long Beach, and Deluxe Soul Tees and The Wrong Context are donating not only five; yes count them, five Gay Bomb Shirts to the Harvey Milk Day Event, but we are also donating one of each of; El Presidente, Drama Queen, and Love My Carpet. It's a virtual gay bomb that will leave your head spinning from all the glorious drama. We had no idea we were this cool, but thanks for reminding us!
All of these shirts will be available through the month of May in our store, with Muffia, Stonewall Uprising, and Equality exclusive to this event. After that they're gone homefries. Now, check out the carnage. It's delicious.
You heard me bitch. The Wrong Context shirts are now being sold at Deluxe Soul Tees in Sipology Coffee on Linden and Broadway, in Long Beach, CA. Come by and give us a visit, or a smack. Buy a coffee, a shirt, some art. It's all there skillet. You won't ever have to get up off your fat ass and leave the safety of your soft chair in the art gallery ever again. Shirts are $22 (with no shipping or lip service) and bandannas and tote bags are also available. Click on the Store tab at the top of this page for hours and maps.
We have two special designs exclusive to Sipology for Pride Month in the Mary Mary month of May. Get your pretty ass down there and check them out. Part of the proceeds from Sipology will be going to The Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Greater Long Beach. These shirts will not be available on our site until after Pride in Long beach has ended (May 23th) so you're going to have to sashay your pretty heart-shaped pryncess pony hooves down to Sipology to pick one up. Gay Bomb is a specialty Gay Pride shirt, done with dye-sublimation printing, and will pop like the first time at 16 you did a 45 year old Scottish businessman for free drinks in Vegas. They will be available for $25 at Deluxe Soul Tees in Sipology by the end of next week.
If you haven't gotten off your ass yet to see the spectacle, This Is Not Art Ep2 is still showing courtesy of LVXEdge and Sipology until the middle of next month. Some of the art pieces of The Wrong Context are now on sale as t-shirts! That right, you heard us little missy. So if you can't afford the art, you can afford the shirt to show your dad and show him good who's really the boss. The artists David Early and Melissa Murphy are also showing in this show. To check out past shows and for more information click the image link to LVXEdge below.
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