Pride Fest is just a couple of days away, and Pride Month is in full swing. Dylan Geick joins John Williams to share when he realized he was gay, and to describe the process of coming out to his loved ones, then to the world. Listeners also call in with their own coming-out stories.
Cruising with My Homies I work hard, and although I work in education I don’t get summers off. Thus the need for adventures every chance I get! This time it was a Norwegian Sun girls’ trip that my sister stumbled upon. The first day of school is a milestone because I get to meet my new […]
“By Warsan Shire” No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark you only run for the border when you see the whole city running as well your neighbors running faster than you breath bloody in their throats the boy you went to school with who kissed you dizzy behind the old […]
Theresa May seemed to want the Tory party to become more of a Brexity, working class party of the north and midlands. She did not succeed in the end but I doubt it was her strategy that was at fault. Let me begin with a disclaimer that I may be reading too much into this. […]
Mr.Rush. Mr.Zuckerberg, I only have a few more seconds… In November 2017, ProPublica reported that Facebook was still allowing housing advertisements to systemically exclude advertisements to specific racial groups, an explicitly prohibited practice. This is just one example where Facebook has allowed race to improperly play a role. What has Facebook done, and what are […]
how many have you read? Take the quiz above and see how many of these 100 BBC books you’ve read. I have read fifteen. Below is the list. It’s long. The quiz is easier to read through. Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen 2 The Lord of the Rings 3 Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte […]
My therapy journey is taking me to new places, new scary places. Places with lots of emotions. The things I have learnt to avoid so well. I’m learning about Attachment Theory and in turn learning about me. I try so hard to please, to be liked, to avoid rejection. To appear strong, unfazed by hurts […]
If you are looking for some cool, trendy MARVEL merchandise products, you should stop by Koolup, a fashion shop in San Angelo, North Carolina. Founded in Jun 2018 by Jessica Mandy, we are in operating for one year now. To serve our customers throughout the world, we have also opened up an online store. Now, […]
This week has flown by at the festival, and it’s crazy to think there is only one day left. I started my day at the New Creators Showcase where I was able to view short films created by the highest curation of craft. Each short film was different therefore I found my self laughing, deep […]
By Adam Brown – Recently, my wife and I started to joke with one another, saying, “Don’t be a Demas.” It’s a way for us to caution one another against being too worldly (I’ll explain it more fully further down in this article). What started as a half-hearted joke, however, has begun to concern us […]
Sunshine Queens football club of akure today defeated Fc Robo 5-4 via penalties to book a quarter final qualification at the ongoing women’s aiteo cup competition . Fc Robo settled in the game from the blast of the whistle and gained much possession in the first 15 minutes of the tie but were unable to […]
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