Category Archives: Mexico

KILLERS IN TUTUS

The best of the poems, photos, and meditations to appear on UPICTURE have now been collected in a book,  KILLERS IN TUTUS, available at Amazon.  Click here.  The cover photo appeared on November 2, 2012 in an essay on Fasching … Continue reading

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Be useful

Be useful to others, be not only a pot but also a table. Contain multitudes, Support with your eyes, your ears and hands. Worry not about what is useful to you or about being ‘used’ by others. Be gladly of … Continue reading

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Paradise, fetish, hotel: Mexico City

Ah, the importance of the headline. My last post with ‘fetish’ in the title got a lot of views. But here we have a picture that, while it might be sexy, erotic or fetishistic, is actually a Case of the … Continue reading

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Is Anyone Listening?

The Pope is tweeting, and Congress is falling over the fiscal cliff — is anyone listening? In Mali they are cutting off hands for listening to raunchy cell phone rings, instead of to God. Listen to our God instead, they … Continue reading

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