Category: gay

My Hero

Damn, I Was a Mess It was the early part of 2003 and one of the most miserable times in my life. Yes, I’ve referred to many times in my life as being the most miserable. I’ve had a lot of them, okay? That era is a blur, so it can take a while before […]

The Orlando Tragedy

The following is from a Facebook post by my husband, Maurice Driving home from a beautiful weekend excursion in the San Bernardino mountains with my husband and my amazing church, I was feeling on top of the world. As we drove down the mountain and entered back in to cellular reception area, Brad’s phone started […]


  Tomorrow (Saturday Sept 28) is my fiftieth birthday.  Yep, the big Five-O.  I didn’t think it was going to bother me, but I’m shocked that I was wrong.  All week I’ve been irritable. It didn’t bother me when I turned thirty.  It didn’t bother me when I turned 40.  Interestingly, it did bother me […]

Public Displays of Affection

  The following events took place during the first half of 2013:   Nick Porto and Kevin Atkins were walking along the street in New York, hand in hand, when several men clad in identical basketball vests shouted at them from behind, knocked them to the ground and beat them, while passersby took photos and […]

Same Love

Do you think all Hip Hop is anti-gay? You’ve thought wrong. Here’s a song that is getting a lot of airplay. It’s currently in Billboard Magazines top 100 charts and on the way up. I love this song so much that I had to share it. Enjoy.

Another Interview

When I first started this blog, about a year ago, I interviewed myself as an introduction to my blog. Now that I’m restarting it, I figure I should do the same. So, here we go: What is your favorite color: green or blue, it depends on the lighting. When was the last time you had […]

Marching For Liberty

I’m still licking my wounds because of the passing of proposition 8, which designates that marriage is only between a man and a woman. I’m still dumbfounded that it would pass in California. We are now in a world where people actually vote to add constitutional ammendments to restrict the rights of a group of […]

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