My Advocate Interview: It's Here, Get Used To It

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Donald C. Shorter Jr.

Getting interviewed for The Advocate was extra fun because reporter Brandon Voss asked penetrating questions that actually made me dig into my psyche and determine how my approach to work has evolved along with the world around me.

I actually learned about myself in the process, and now you can learn what I learned.

Feel free to make an LGBT sandwich out of the tasty result.


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13 comments
Edward Blake
Edward Blake

Dear God girlfriend, your still wearing that kicky hat. You look so sweet in it. You better get your self some sottile netto velo dentro pesca conj e giallo. It will go so well with the sparkle in your eyes. And at the same time keep the bees from swarming about those sweet lips of yours. Arrivederci!

Southern Dave
Southern Dave

GOOD interview.

You cannot really be labeled, but I think "humorist" covers it all, because it implies intelligent commentary about WHATEVER, in the saucy guise of comedy. Think Mark Twain, Will Rogers, Fred Allen and Harvey Fierstein.

And ALL gay! Coincidence? I think not.

McDynamite
McDynamite

Please tell me there is footage on youtube of the Must performing! This interview made me love you even more!

Gregorama
Gregorama

Grrrrreat interview!  I'm in agreement with Movielover---it is refreshing to hear someone speaking of being thankful for the life they've made for themselves, rather than "I deserve more!" or "I'm miserable".  2011 is turning out to be the "Year of the Musto"!  It seems like the rest of the world is at last catching on to what we Mustovites have known for decades now:  With all due respect, you da shit!

VonD
VonD

A delightful interview. It made me forgive you for posing the "black" vs. "gay" question!

Movielover
Movielover

An enjoyable read, crows one New Yorker!  Mostly not newsy too much, because I read you almost every day!  I'm glad you love your life!  I get sick of people bitching about everything all the time and not delighting in...anything.  I love my life too!  Even if it is a small one. 

jonster
jonster

Ha.  Great interview.  A friend of mine over 40 say "I have a 'fear of intimacy' but I think it's more the fear of undressing in front of an appealing stranger who's expecting to be, um, impressed by what used to be my physique."  LOL.    

My friends tell me I have an intimacy problem. But they don't really know me.- Garry Shandling.

Musto
Musto

Thanks. Yeah, who knows? I could turn out to be a late bloomer.

Rabbit
Rabbit

This WAS a tasty interview. I admire your honesty about relationships - I'm pretty much the same way, but don't discount that someday I might surprise myself.

Redondobeach
Redondobeach

You are so candid and truthful yet phrase things amusingly. I've said this before: You seem so sensible.

Ving
Ving

The title they put is terrible but the interview is great!!

Musto
Musto

Thanks, Gregorama. "Year of the Musto" sounds so much better than "Year of the Rat." And McDynamite, yes, there no doubt is footage of the Must on YouTube, but kindly don't expect too much. 

Movielover
Movielover

Reminds me of a Tallulah joke:  "She hailed a cab, (in the 1960s?) and the driver said, "Aren't you Tallulah Bankhead?"  She said, "I USED to be."

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