Greetings fellow Americans, Three weeks ago we all received a shocking and historical blow. While the election is over, many fellow citizens are bemoaning the fact that this actually happened and “the Donald” pulled this off. It is time we stopped being shocked and instead start moving towards some action. Here are my ten ways… Read More »
He is crying. He is in pain. He is confused. He thought they would be nice to each other. He thought this thing can’t be happening. He is confused. He is crying. He hurts. His special parts, the ones no has ever touched are in pain. He is crying. Didn’t he say no ? That… Read More »
“As soon as a character of color is introduced in a story, imagination stops”. Toni Morrison As a young boy, I loved The Twilight Zone, The Planet of the Apes and anything that provided insight into other worlds and possibilities. It is only as we age, that we learn dreaming and committing to difference, exploration… Read More »
Many gay male sexual relationships begin in less than ideal settings and situations.
My grandparents love and admiration ensured that I wouldn’t listen to those who tortured and tried to belittle me.
Tortured by violent nightmares which included physical assault and emotional and psychological abandonment, I began writing and then blogging as a direct response to the rash of gay youth suicides.
“Didn’t need no welfare states, everybody pulled his weight, you knew who you were then, gurls were gurls and men were men. Those were the days”. In the brilliant and way-ahead-of-its-time show, All in the Family, a bigot, is forced to deal with a world that is constantly changing.
When I was ten, Tanya Nelson repeatedly tortured me by jabbing me with a compass. She sat behind me and constantly tormented me along with others for being a sissy. I took the abuse. I learned to tolerate it and even enjoyed figuring out ways to endure the humiliation.