Technology definitely has served us well and I have a strong appreciation for it -- however, it has also offered a disservice to us. I was thinking about the days of railroad worker, speakeasy employed, bootleggers, viking, settlers, shit brothel pleasures and of course hunter-gatherers. Regardless of industry; in there was distant, specifically in … Continue reading Jayceb Sparrowhawk: Is Technology A Blessing Or A Curse?
The Lyrical Cafe presents a night of passion, lust and love...The Noir Erotica and Love Poetry Nite hosted by Kamille Kamala on September 10th, 2016 at 7pm SLT. There will be five hawt poets (Mookie, Cortes, Kamille, Kile, and Bubbles K.) and three singers (Scorpio Aeon, Say Imanu, and Bella The Songstress) belting out love … Continue reading September 10, 2016: Lyrical Cafe Poetry Club Presents The Noir Erotica and Love Poetry Nite
~By The SL Parade's Heather Anne, Contributing Writer~ Midwives have been assisting women in giving birth for hundreds of years, and continue to do so all over the world to this day. However, the life of a midwife through the years has not been an easy one; nonetheless, they have continuously fought for equal rights in an … Continue reading Midwifery: How Maura Swashbuckler’s Successfully Joins the Occupation In RL and SL
~by The SL Parade's Founder and Editor-In-Chief, ReRe Sandalwood~ Love allows a person to feel weightless and euphoric, but what if there is a place in SL that allows you to explore and cement the very feeling you get when you fall in love? Well, perched high in the sky...on the Water Dragon (81, 123, … Continue reading Your Dream Awaits at Wedding Belles…
Sadly, Improv Poet Serene Bechir passed away on September 6, 2016. To honor her contributions to the Second Life Community, The SL Parade has agreed to republish Kamille Kamala's article that highlights Bechir's work and persona. Previously published in Kultivate Magazine on February 26, 2016, Kultivate Magazine Founder John Brianna (johannes1977) kindly gave The SL … Continue reading Kamille Kamala: My Conversation with Improv Poet Serene Bechir
~By ReRe Sandalwood, The SL Parade's Founder and Editor-In-Chief~ Last Saturday, the girl upstairs flooded my apartment and damaged my mattress, box spring, and linen. She also damaged my leather couch and caused brown, standing water to overflow into my living room, hallway and my bedroom. Though this is not the first time she has … Continue reading Editorial: Be Accountable For Your Actions