Happy Birthday, Thomas and Demanda!

Happy Birthday to our Editor-in-Chief Thomas Bistritz and our columnist/ hostess Demanda Dahling.

On Tuesday, March 20, 1983 a blessing was sent to this earth in the form of a brilliant writer, an exceptionally talented editor, a natural peformer and an amazing friend.  That’s the day that Thomas Bistritz was born!

Anyone who works with us here at GaySocialites.com or knows Thomas through another avenue will tell you that your chances of meeting a more genuine, sincere or real person than our Editor-in-Chief are slim-to-none.

On behalf of everyone here at GaySocialites.com, Happy Birthday Thomas!  You help us be better people and guide GaySocialites.com to be the leaders in online content for gay men.  No one could do it better.

Also on March 20, 1983, a seed was planted.  Little did anyone know that one day a drunken geisha-ish hostess with enough personality to fill an entire planet would spawn in the form of Demanda Dahling.  Happy Birthday to you too, lady!  You keeps us laughing whether you’re falling down some stairs, crawling on the floor or getting thrown out of every club in the greater New York area.  You haven’t experienced New York nightlife until you’ve partied with Demanda Dahling.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Thomas and his alter ego, Demanda, you can read more on their Wikipedia page.  You can leave them Happy Birthday wishes on their Facebook Pages.  (For Thomas: Facebook.com/demanda.dahling and For Demanda: Facebook.com/pages/Demanda-Dahling)

Please join us in wishing a very, very Happy Birthday!!

Written by Charles Winters

Charles Winters

Charles Winters is an online journalist, on-air personality and media developer from East Tennessee who resides in New York City. Winters is the founder, Chief Executive Officer at GaySocialites Media, the company that produces GaySocialites.com and queerplanet.net. You can e-mail him at charles@gaysocialites.com. You can read more about him on his Wikipedia page.

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