Tag Archives: History

June 12

The Price of Hate

Given the ongoing coverage of the shooting in Orlando, it is going to be hard to come up with a new angle. So I can just share a personal one. I am disheartened, but what has happened. I look back on my history, the gay history, and see massacres stretching back. So today we find […]

February 02

Where It All Began: “The X-Files”

“The X-Files” has always held a special place in my heart. In high school, I got my break in entertainment and in public relations, working for 20th Century Fox and on the show. With the return of “The X-Files”, I found myself getting a bit emotional, nostalgic, excited in ways that I never expected. My […]

July 03

Happy Birfday ‘Merica! Celebrate Freedom Safely with Your Furry Friends!

Originally posted on WritingForRescues:
Remi and Bella here for a quick installment. First and foremost – Happy Birfday ‘Merica!  We love you and all that you make us proud to be – free, happy, and prosperous! And last but not least, don’t forget to keep your pups like us safe this holiday.  We don’t hate but…

June 30

A Weekend of Pride

June 29

My attitude towards Pride has changed from dismissal to respect

June 26

#LoveWins

Originally posted on Gay Travel America:
courtesy of google June 26, 2015, USA became the 21st country to legalize same sex marriage.  Hoorah! to LGBT community and to the world. All US states and US territories can legally issue marriage license to our beloved brothers and sisters of the same gender. Finally, Love wins. After the…

February 25

The Ghosts of Boyfriends Past

One of the experiences I have been exploring is how to keep my prior self. How do I connect with my past while continuing to grow into my adult self. So the universe gave me a gift. This week an old boyfriend – Jeffrey – and I connected. We dated 10 years ago while I […]

January 30

Benedict Cumberbatch And Stephen Fry Among Supporters Of Request For LGBT Pardon

Originally posted on EILE Magazine:
Alan Turing, photo Elliott & Fry Studio 1951 An open letter, calling on the British Government to pardon 49,000 individuals, of which 15,000 are still living today, who were convicted of homosexual acts, has been signed by such luminaries as Stephen Fry and Benedict Cumberbatch, along with Alan Turing’s niece,…

January 03

Picture of the Day: Barbecuing On Top of a Moving Submarine

December 30

College Football Post: Harbaugh Comes Home to U of M, I go to the Stanford Bowl Game

University of Michigan Typically I don’t post about football on my blog. And yes a gay boy who loves football? There are so many rules being broken. Today I know 2015 is going to rock. Jim Harbaugh is coming home to the University of Michigan as the 20th Head Coach of the Football Program. The […]