Peter Monn and Alex Paredes
At a Glance:Peter Monn and Alex Paredes has been a Project Contributor since October 2009, has written 18 entries and currently lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Peter Monn and Alex Paredes are an engaged, gay couple living in Indianapolis, Indiana who are co-owners of The Boys of Raannt, which operates a Indianapolis-based social elite blog www.raannt.wordpress.com.
Starting as a small, private joke, The Boys of Raannt have exploded onto the social scene, managing to capture the interest of local clubs and events and attempting to improve the social life, gay and straight, of Indianapolis.
Behind the scenes, Peter is the writer and Alex is the marketing director, but their constantly, creative interwoven ideas are usually thrown across the table at each other during their nightly meals.
Focused on gossip which is true, always keen to identify local celebrity, and name drop, they are both unified in the common mission of bringing gay and straight together, socially.
Always on the look out for what is "sexy", new and noteworthy, they are known around town by their catch phrase "Eye's Open...We're Watching".
Peter Monn and Alex Paredes: Recently Filed
We first discovered Corbett Harper when The Huffington Post ran an article in March discussing how his exhibitionism of taking pictures of himself in a Speedo in university classrooms was causing a "ruckus" on campus. The original comprehensive article ran...Read More
We fell in love with her the moment she came onto the screen in Trantasia. There was just something about her smile, her honesty, her absolute sensuality that lit up every corner of the film. And now she is starring...Read More
Last Sunday, we got to hang out all day with Kaya Jones, formerly of the Pussycat Dolls, at Rehab at Bella Vita! We didn't really know what to expect but what we found was so much more. She's a little...Read More
Editors' Note: Peter Monn (and his partner, Alex) is a Bilerico-Indiana blogger. We've lifted this up to the main site to share with everyone. We have this amazing little girl that lives next door to us. Everyday when we take...Read More
Love. Red ribbons. Lots of them. Voices carry. Dancers glide like an orange tango on the wind. Strings collide in a unity of subtle joy. Children sing moments before a giant sized drag queen dances a last dance. Smiles everywhere....Read More