Lori E. Seid… And How Was Your Day?

Pro Choice/Planned Parenthood Rally 1pm 2/26 2011

Posted in freedom, Politics, USofA by Lori E. Seid on 28 February 2011

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Saving The American Dream Rally 26 Feb 2011 11am

Posted in freedom, human rights, Politics, USofA by Lori E. Seid on 27 February 2011

 

Keep In Touch

Posted in desire, New York City by Lori E. Seid on 25 February 2011

So Not Wisconsin….

Posted in freedom, New York City by Lori E. Seid on 24 February 2011

More Words From the Street

Posted in New York City, street by Lori E. Seid on 23 February 2011

Nobody Knows Me; Artist

Posted in Art, New York City by Lori E. Seid on 21 February 2011

Pop Up Art Gallery on Bowery, art by a man, who calls himself,  Nobody.

RIP–Chloe (Faith) Dzubilo 18 Feb 2011

Posted in family, friends, Hero, Legendary, queer, woman by Lori E. Seid on 19 February 2011

Artwork By Chloe

Ain’t nothing like knowin’ what it feels like…when you slip thru the cracks of society, political niceties, political correctness, health care, housing, employment, wealth, shoe stores, subways, family outings, holidays, systems, systems, Systems. Ain’t nothing like knowing these facts deep in one’s bones. When you’re transsexual. Ain’t nothing like knowing triumph over all of these adversities.” — Chloe Dzubilo

photo by Joe Westmoreland

Chloe Faith Dzubilo says that while living in the East Village, she was moved by the vision of a goddess to go to the Hudson. So began a personal relationship with a deity she calls Shela, who hovers above the waters and wears a flowing red caftan (“I hate to say it, but very Stevie Nicks,” Dzubilo confides). Shela has guided Dzubilo into a transgender identity and growing social activism.

“I think it’s natural and very human to go to the river,” she says. “When something happens to people who don’t have special practices and they need to seek stuff out, it’s sort of organic. They go outside. They go to the water.”

RIP dear Chloe

 

Mr. Joe “Goodluck” P. Westmoreland

Posted in family, friends, New York City, queer by Lori E. Seid on 19 February 2011

A mile in my shoes….

Posted in East Village, street by Lori E. Seid on 18 February 2011

Kindness for all Living Creatures, Please

Posted in critters by Lori E. Seid on 17 February 2011