Happy Caturday …. “🐱 Frida’s Poses …. She likes the New Chair 🐱 …. “!!

~~May 18, 2019~~


On another nice Caturday, Friday does her best to stand out! 

Posing for y’all!!



Frida Kahlo de Rivera was a Mexican artist who painted many portraits, self-portraits and works inspired by the nature and artifacts of Mexico.

Inspired by the country’s popular culture, she employed a naïve folk art style to explore questions of identity, postcolonialism, gender, class and race in Mexican society.


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‘HALLELUJAH’ …. “💞 A Circus/Queer Film …. Gay Love, Hate and Religion 💞 ….”!!

~~May 18, 2019~~


Just for a moment, listen to this amazing timeless song, look at the surroundings, look at the dancers, look at their soft, unique performance, look at their grace.

It’s a work of art … it’s an expression of love.

Admire the beauty of movement, the delicate universal message of love.

Love is love is love is love is love.

No intent to offend anyone.



~~ May 4th, 2019~~

by Timothy Rawles – Community Editor for SDGLN

For now, take a look at “Hallelujah,” the first in a series of four.


Historic Quebec church hosts queer love story in bewitching new dance video

Expressions of same-sex love beneath the holy halls of an inner sanctum.

Matthew Richardson uses the historic Church of St. Pierre Apôtre in Montreal, Quebec as a backdrop to send a message of queer acceptance in his latest directorial dance piece titled “Hallelujah” which is done to the song of the same name performed by Jeff Buckley.
Set amid the frozen statues of Catholic iconography, the pulpit becomes the platform brought to life only by the fluid movements of dancers Guillaume Paquin and Arthur Morel Van Hyfte who play out a queer love story beneath the light of stained glass windows and moody electric lamplight.

This may seem like a controversial venue for such a performance, but Richardson (pictured upper-left), originally from Savannah, Georgia is no stranger to taking risks.

In fact, being a Cirque Du Soleil performer, his whole artistic life is a feat in faith, risk-taking, and trust, something the church embodies, but at times, doesn’t extend openly to the LGBT community. 

~~Premiered May 1, 2019~~

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“Hallelujah” is a queer/circus concept about religion and the importance of choosing kindness regardless of our differences or beliefs.

Religion is a tough subject for many in the LGBTQ community, and this piece is a reflection of the struggle and rejection we often feel.

It tells the story of an individual troubled by the hate in the world and his partner who is fighting to lift him up, to remind him he is beautiful exactly how he is.

My message is that religion should inspire more kindness and open arms, even towards those you may not understand.

My goal is to create art that inspires a kinder world for the queer community by challenging social norms, raising questions and starting conversations. I am creating a series of conceptual videos about gender identity, human nature, queer culture and how the world treats individuals who are “different” but exactly the same.

Please subscribe and stay connected to help make future projects possible! By creating performance art that evokes emotion, I hope to deliver important social messages and open minds towards a kinder future.

For Inquiries Contact – matthewdesigns22@gmail.com

“I believe in all religions, we are all essentially worshiping the same thing just with different names and in different ways,” he explains. “So I prefer to reflect and give thanks to my ‘creator,’ rather than pretend to know exactly who or what that force actually is.”

“I feel the design in my life, and I see the beauty and balance of the universe, so it is very hard to not believe in something bigger,” Richardson says. “I can feel there is something more, so I believe very much in what most people call God.

I just call it something else.”
Richardson has already planned four more projects for The CircusQueer Project. Each will address an issue that he thinks is important or personally moving such as gender identity, trans youth, and the conditioning of gender expectations.

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