My Vagimulic relationship with the Saarbruecken Scientist has certainly opened up my sex chakras. Lately I’ve noticed that men who use to pass me on the street with disdain and a sneer are suddenly giving me the hairy eyeball. Even the young dot.com entrepreneur Aaron Levie is all wrapped up in the House of the Vagimule doll, though I think his interest in me is more business oriented as he thinks he can exploit my talent and not my Beyonce bubbled derriere.
After my last date with Herr Saarbruecken we left the fancy Turkish boite Defne on the canal and as he was walking me to the underground we ran into kJohnny Blue of the famed Blue Brothers on a date with his gorgeous young mom visiting from Portland, Oregon and prima ballerina Trixie Schoenherr aka: Beatrice Cordua. It was a round of merriment by all as we laughed and hooted along Kottbusser Damn. Mrs. Blue is an earthy and sensuous mother of 12 spirited and talented children, and kJohnny takes after his hot mom in the looks department with sparkly eyes, joyous smile and hearty laugh. Mrs. Blue is quite famous for shaking up the Catholic Church. Her current husband left the priesthood for the love of this great beauty. She and kJohnny had just returned from Lisbon, Portugal where they enjoyed a glorious mother/son holiday. One fun fact about kJohnny is that he is an expert seamstress. His momma taught him how to sew like an El Salvadorean mamacita in a downtown LA sweatshop.
Just heard that my old pal Rufus Wainwright just got hitched to his long time beau Jorn Weisebrodt who is the artistic director of the Luminato Festival in Toronto. Jorn appeared in a segment called Frau Unter Einflus of my 2001 omnibus film Berlin Stories along with Susanne Sachsse. Jorn use to be known for having the longest, thickest penis in Berlin, and after acting in a scene with him in my film where he is nude I can attest to his length and prodigious girth. Jorn is also a complete sweatheart, extroidinarily handsome and has aged very well over the years since I first met him when he worked for director Robert Wilson. The last time I saw him and Rufus was when I was their special guest at the Berliner Ensemble where Wilson and Wainwright collaborated on the musical project Shakespeare’s Sonnets.