I love it: it’s clean, almost powdery in the dry down, with vanilla in there, it’s sophisticated, and can be easily worn in formal gathering settings and sensual dinner dates alike.
It has become my preferred Blvgari with Man in Black, by Morillas.
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Finally, 13 years ago, I realized that if anyone was going to build the place I dreamed of, it would have to be me. When I started working on Pink Sofa, I consulted with lesbians all over the world to find out what they valued in a community.It seems so long ago, but the memories are still vivid. I remember hearing they had great hamburgers there, but that wasn't enough motivation to get me in there.And it was a time before big muscles and shaving every inch of the body were in vogue. I also remember a place called Pieces that I went to a few times. I used to like the Ninth Circle when I felt like wearing clothes, and the Mine Shaft when I didn't.This should not be classified as a "cult fragrance" for a select groups of perfume wearers like the way Encre Noir is; no, Black is for everybody. Blind bought this one, for a luckily cheap price, but i'm not impressed, made me feel a bit nauseous with that burnt rubber smell in the opening.For me, the old Uncle Charlies on Greenwich holds a special place in my heart.And we even have a free trial so you can try it out and see what you think before you go any further. My own journey is a long story - ask me about it sometime, if you see me online - but I realized early on how difficult it was for lesbians to meet each other.It was frustrating, feeling like I just couldn't find anyone I liked... Support groups and lesbian communities were not well-publicized, and hard to find unless you knew who to talk to.Believe it or not but a monthly gay hipster party called "Mattachine" is ran there, which is how I know about this bar. And you couldn't dance so if anyone felt the beat of the music they would stop you.It was only after someone told me about its history that I learned that it's NYC's oldest gay bar. Wasn't there an Uncle Charlies on the upper east, too? This documentary chronicles the history of lesbian and gay life and the Gay Liberation Movement from the riots at Stonewall to the end of the century. Video/C 2338 Winter 1989: The education of Admiral Watkins -- AIDS update -- A death in the family. Billy Turner's Secret: An upbeat comedy about a young Black man coming out to his roommate. DVD 5436; vhs Video/C 2323 In 1969 the police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City's Greenwich Village, leading to three nights of rioting by the city's gay community. Video/C 2337 Fall 1989: AIDS and the second sex -- What is a family -- A question of civil rights. Relax: An elegant film about one man's fears regarding HIV testing. Video/C 6226 This production explores attitudes toward homosexuality in three parts: one, the early scientific view of homosexuality as a disease; two, the pre-World War II view (especially in Germany) of homosexuality as a crime; and three, current attitudes, complicated by the spread of AIDS.