Collected writings, photos and other favorite stuff from Tom Clark
The Greek Sailor
Childhood memories
of a trip to Greece.
When in Rome
A visit to the hot springs with
a young Roman named Giacomo.
Growing Up Gay
A New Year's Eve reflection.
San Francisco Nights
The problem with blind dates.
Standing Naked On A Mountain
Getting naked in a cabin in Arizona
and getting to my heart in the process.
The Road Not Taken

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

Robert Frost
I chose the name Two Roads Diverged for my personal website because the poem from which it's drawn, "The Road Not Taken" by Robert Frost, has always been one of my favorites and in many ways describes the way I feel about my life and the choices I've made along the way. The poem in its entirety follows below.

It's been an interesting journey getting to the point where I'm comfortable enough with some of my stories to share them publicly. As you'll see from your visit here, any secrets I might have still been holding onto have pretty much been eviscerated by this site. C'est la vie. Scrolling on down past the poem you'll find menus to all of the mayhem and merriment.
Tom Clark
Collected Writings
Picture Galleries
Links to some cool sites
A Pictorial History of Tom's Hair
Lots of pictures of lots of hair from lots of years of messing with it.
My Daughter Aurelia's Wedding
Aurelia & Trenton Wann, June 2nd, 2001
Includes both pictures and the story.
Braceros - The First California Farmworkers
A fascinating history of the Indians who were brought into California by the Spanish Padres to work the fields.  By Richard Steven Street
Alejandro Sanz
The official website of my all-time favorite singer/songwriter from Spain whose music is with me every day of the year.
designed with Homestead
Strange Fruit
Meditation on the death
of Matthew Shepard
Judith Chapman
A pictorial and written scrapbook about my bestfriend Judith.
Four Great Loves
Looking back on four special lovers in pictures and words.
Desert Love
The Amazingly True Story of
Les & Tom's Excellent Adventure.
An online book
Hooray for Hollywood
A portfolio of my adventures in Hollywood.
My Daughter, My Muse
The most photographed little girl in Hollwyood.
My childhood sweetheart
Childhood Grab Bag
Pictures of me and my friends and siblings.
Laguna Beach
A portfolio of some of my pictures of Laguna Beach.
Barcelona & Rome
Memories of my 50th birthday in Barcelona and Rome.
Sundays in Laguna
Letters and pictures about my adventures in Laguna Beach, California.
Tom's Bodypix
A portfolio of my nudes from the past twenty years.
Caricature of me by Steve Benson
Listen to Robert Frost read this poem aloud.
Sitting At The Table Of Privilege
Thoughts about my daughter Auri and the struggle for gay rights in America.
Gay Men and Women Who've Made A Difference
Profiles of famous gay men and lesbians           who've changed our lives.
Paying For Sex
The shoulds and should nots.
BioNutritional Research Group
This is the company I do art direction for and the website I designed for them.
Photo by Jodi Richfield
Photo by Jodi Richfield
An online journal about my tattoos.
With my grandson Tristan
I designed this site and all of my other ones using a program called Homestead. It's the simplest program in the world to use and doesn't require that you know a thing about HTML. It's actually one of the easiest programs I've ever used.

So if you're thinking about putting a website together for yourself, I'd definitely recommend looking into what Homestead has to offer. It's inexpensive and they handle everything for you, including the registration of your domain and the hosting of your site on their server. You can download their software from the internet and have your site up and running in a few minutes by clicking on the Homestead logo below.

I'm a lazy guy at heart and would much rather be lying on the beach than building websites.

Wouldn't you?
A Recommendation
Jodi Richfield
Jodi is a longtime friend and former model who's now turned the camera in the other direction and following in my footsteps as a photographer.
Rosalie O'Connor
Stunning images of ballet dancers by a dancer herself.  A fascinating commentary accompanies each of the images.
Photo by Rosalie O'Connor
Megan Schoenbachler
Captivating images from around the world by a gifted photographer.
Photo by Megan Schoenbachler
Pussy Cap website
Pussy Cap
This is where you'll find my crocheted beanie caps like the one Steve is wearing in the picture to your right. The sale of Pussy Caps is what supports my various websites. And yes, I make them myself - no sweatshop action going on here - just me and a hook and some yarn!