5/26/19 My people tend to be the uncategorizable, those who cross social groups, genders, class boundaries and the like. I recently encountered such a person in Shawn Leak, and it’s been absolutely wonderful comparing notes about Baltimore and their home, DC. While the specifics of our upbringings vary greatly, we both moved through an odd […]
Roseanne sells Women's Women leaders for connections with anti-Semitism Roseanne Barr didn't keep up with her feelings about anti-Semitism allegations in the leaders of the Women's March. The former ABC sitcom said that she considers she is a claim for women's rights, saying she was working hard on her career to give women a voice […]
A student at the Bergen Arts and Science Charter School in Hackensack, New Jersey painted a pro-LGBTQ mural in the form of a rainbow heart to promote gay rights. Unfortunately, the Catholic church that owns the school was upset about having pro-LGBTQ artwork and demanded that it be covered up, according to NorthJersey.com As a […]
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Gay Scale: For each review, I’ll rate the film on my 50 SHADES OF GAY SCALE to let you know how far it tips in our favor. To paraphrase my favorite line ever from ROSEANNE (I know…I know…don’t @ me for it!): This film couldn’t be any gayer if its name was Gay Gayerson. BOOKSMART […]
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Drizzle coated everything in soft spray. Beneath tall lamps, pavements shone. Lit by amber reflections. Removing his wet glasses changed the view to an impressionistic haze. Which seemed more comforting than stark reality. Pocketing his spectacles, he carried on without them. The journey was quiet. Occasionally a bush would […]
Those who lived in the White Heron Castle were feeling quite indifferent the next morning, almost morose. They conducted their duties and tasks with an air that it was to be their last day on earth and that there was little they could do to stop the inevitable. Lord Noriyuki was himself taken in by […]
LAKEWOOD, Ohio — A local church has made a powerful, visible statement of inclusion. The Lakewood United Methodist Church painted six doors using the colors of the rainbow and wrote the message “Gods Doors Are Open To All” on them. The church wanted to make it known that all people are welcome and their doors […]
A friend of mine tweeted this and it got me thinking about how I squeeze self-care into my busy schedule and how I use it to heal and grow as a Queer transgender human being. These are my thoughts on how to incorporate self-care into a busy queer schedule: 1. MEDITATION: First thing in the […]
The implicit (and very wrong) assumption in many of these workshops is that topping takes skill and requires practice — but bottoming is “just standing/lying/kneeling there,” so presumably everyone could do it.
As a result, there’s a distinct lack of kink education and skill-sharing directed at bottoms. That’s a problem.
An Ohio couple is afraid for their lives after getting a violent message from their neighbor. Brown County resident Nathan Paris and his partner moved to a two-acre parcel in 2012. They created a home out of a shipping container and have lived there for the past two years. But, things have gotten difficult with […]
“Damn it! Why do you keep worrying about Kuji!” -Enta Jinai to Kazuki Yasaka, Sarazanmai, Episode 7 Enta Jinai is a disaster, both relatable and familiar.
Sunday, 05/26/2019 18:39 clock Undead can have an invigorating effect, at least on the cinema. Jim Jarmusch was the first to send zombies across the red carpet in this Cannes year, then revenants, possessions, and ghosts followed at ever shorter intervals. However, they did not come with empty hands, but brought stories of colonialism (Bertrand […]