Friday, May 31, 2013

Friday Fun: Megapost

More beautiful black-and-whites below.
Exclusive photo © David Ingogly.

Today we have a special post by a guest blogger, but first, here’s what’s been happening in Weir-Voronov World whilst I’ve been busy completely missing all the fun... 

Monday, May 13, 2013

From Swan Lake to Studded Crotch, It's Everything We Love About Johnny

Johnny performs Swan Lake on Saturday. 
Finally, a really good look at this costume! 
Photo via the Post-Journal. More pics below!

Kayso we have some pics and vid clips from Johnny’s performances this weekend (Yes! It’s Everything You’ve Seen Already! Now In Convenient Blog Form!), but first we have an important Public Service Announcement from the husbands:

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Fun Incarnate

Johnny at his photo shoot for Refinery29 
on Wednesday. Photo posted by @geordypearson
(please go there now and read all the comments): 
“Shot legendary figure skater @johnnygweir 
for @refinery29 today. Dude is epic.”
Lovelovelove this whole look.

So lately I’ve been judiciously not blogging on Thursdays because it’s pretty much become Johnnyday, in which we eagerly devour his latest Falls Church News-Press column (UPDATE: today's column is fascinating!) and also squee over his recent fondness for posting multiple Throwback Thursday pics, but yesterday dude was epic at his Refinery29 shoot, and so clearly these pics had to be posted immediately whilst we await dude’s actualfax photos on Refinery29’s site.

Friday, May 3, 2013

"The Future of Everything"

sparkling light reflected on his face.
Exclusive photo © David Ingogly.

This was clearly a milestone week in LGBT sports.

On Monday, the NBA’s Jason Collins became the first active male athlete in a major US team sport to come out. On the heels of his courageous announcement came the news that he had already been signed to an endorsement deal by Nike, who had recently made it known that they were actively seeking such an athlete, and who had signed newly out WNBA star Brittney Griner just days earlier.