Tuesday, March 29, 2011
4PLAY:SF BUTT int Pt 6 ... the last bit of wood
The last and final 4PLAY: SF blog entry and the final installment of the interview that art critic Andy Campbell did w/ Paul Soileau (Aliya in SF) and Chloe (SF sex-worker consultant) that was censored/aborted/rejected by BUTT magazine ... losers ... I love them! Anyway, big thanks to all you lovelies out there in the dark that take on the shame of others and transform it into healing connection, in whatever form it might take! - Kyle
Andy: Oh! I almost forgot to ask about you guys’ grandmas. Paul: Our grandmas? I told you it’d come up again. You thought I forgot.
Chloe: What do you want to know about our grandmas?
Well, do you have a special grandma name? Some people say Meemaw, some people say Nana, or Babooshka.
Paul: I have Mam-maw.
Chloe: It’s just Grandma with me.
Paul: Really, just Grandma?
Chloe: Boring, huh?
Paul: Mam-Maw works for me. It’s so country. We have the weirdest names. Like my godparents, I call them Nanny and Paw-ran. Nanny is my godmother and my godfather is Paw-ran. It’s Cajun French, I don’t even know what the hell it means. In Louisiana, that’s how we roll. It’s so messed up. I could go on and on.
Well, ladies, thank you so much. I hope it was fun for you.
Paul: Thank you. It was.
Chloe: It was so good for me. I’m gonna have a cigarette now, and I don’t even smoke.
Paul: I think I will too!
I am not going to have a cigarette, ‘cause that shit is disgusting. You smoke, Paul? Oh, yeah, I’ve seen you smoke. But you don’t smoke, right, Chloe?
Chloe: I do occasionally. I’m a social smoker, you know. The problem is that Chloe smokes. Scott doesn’t smoke, but Chloe does.
What does she smoke?
Chloe: It’s one of those perfect props – Export A’s, the gold ones. Export A Lights, from Canada. They’re short, sweet, to the point.
Paul: Very classy… Not Nat Sherman Fantasias?
That’s what Christeene smokes when she can get them, I guess.
Paul: I love those!
Chloe: She smokes OP’s, honey…Other People’s.
Whatever people give to her. She doesn’t have a brand.
Paul: That’s true…