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1 comments | Monday, October 02, 2006

It's almost impossible to think about the pop music of the 80's without humming the smash hit "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off" by Jermaine Stewart .

For some reason I'm drawn to he and Sylvester's music and courage during an era when it was very unpopular to be black, gay, effeminate, out, and without apology.

Enjoy this classic Jermaine Stewart Soul Train moment. Don't forget to peep the big 80's hair and flashy outfits, they're a riot!


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You know its funny you say it was unpopular to be gay and effeminate at that time but if you think about the time we live in now they really wouldnt have had a chance. Arent things supposed to get better with time . At least back then they had record deals singles and videos now they would have nothing.

October 03, 2006 8:35 PM


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