I just finished my second queer memoir of Pride Month, I Am Not Myself These Days by Josh Kilmer-Purcell, and below is my favorite passage:
While we were waiting for the line to die down at the Stonestown Blaze Pizza tonight B, Sid and I grabbed some clothes, piled into an H&M dressing room and held a fashion show that I probably for sure won.
After work last night I took a Lyft car to an airplane to a Lyft car to a ferry boat to a bicycle to a bed and when I woke up from a much-needed nap I realized that I was on vacation on the Cape so I swam in a pool at the Provincetown Inn with Ray and Sid and ate happy hour seafood at Victor's with B and then peddled to the Boatslip for Tea Dance and to Mac's for dinner and to The Crown & Anchor for a drag show and to Spiritus for a late-night slice of pizza and now I'm beat and burned so goodnight moon.
Dan and Steve hosted a retirement rager at their party pad in Cloverdale, California last night and I may or may not have talked someone that I had known for less than twenty-four hours into a mid-party outfit swap.
And yeah, she definitely wore it better.