Tila Tequila, whose bisexual reality dating series premieres on MTV next week, recently exposed her personal spiritual journey on how she found God. Her testimony was posted last week on her popular MySpace blog in reaction to conservative Christian comments opposing the upcoming show — "A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila" — where she stars with 32 straight men and lesbians who compete to impress her. Although acknowledging that the show would raise controversy, she wrote, "I just want to say that I am truly blessed to have had an opportunity to share with the world and teach the world that it is OK to be who you are! Gay or not! So thank you MTV for giving me this opportunity.
The year was , and MySpace was the newest, hottest social-networking site on the block. It was also one of the easiest places online to pretend to be someone else. It was there that I realized I'm a lesbian by catfishing girls on Myspace. I'll explain. I was an extremely introverted year-old whose charming, quick-witted personality was hidden under a mountain of insecurities. Like any other teen, the idea of finding love — or at the very least, finding someone who also wanted to indulge in marathon makeout sessions —consumed my hormone-charged thoughts. I crushed on Usher, Justin Timberlake, and Chris Brown, and longed for the guys at school to look my way.
Musicians and celebrities on MySpace can also use the integration to share content, such as albums or photos, on their Facebook stream. MySpace is planning a full relaunch of the site later this year. This story first appeared on newmediaage.
I like it, I get to play music on my page, show my personality through my layout, pictures, quotes, etc. Basically, a myspace page is like a paper doll you get to dress up any way you like. While facebook is just plain paper you get to write your name on in the upper left hand corner. I also think that myspace is more lesbian friendly.