Tag Archives: LGBT Equality

A Gay Man’s Opinion of Election ’16

This story has a different ending than what I had hoped and planned for originally. It’s been hard not to comment and curse at the chaos happening in our country, the United States of America. To be quite honest it’s been difficult to focus on because it’s all so ludicrous. I’m a true democrat and I voted for Hillary Clinton. She is and was my choice for POTUS. Hillary has the most job experience of anyone who has ever ran for the office before and was/is more prepared than any of her opponents. …

Homeless LGBTQ Youth – How To Help!

Every once in a while I like to turn the focus and attention toward serious matters affecting our amazing community of brothers and sisters in need. I received a wonderful email from a sweet girl names Janessa Dayan who works with a truly giving group called Goodshop and Goodsearch. Their company motto is “You Shop. You Save. We Give.” I’ve placed the entire press release here for you to read through. I hope you take the time to check these organizations out. Happy Gay Pride Month! …

Trans, Tranny, Transsexual – What is the Tea?

None of us can seriously tell someone else how they should or shouldn’t feel inside. We sure try to persuade others to like something or not, but in reality we rarely change their true perception. On a personal level, we can try to tell ourselves how we feel about this or that but we may truly feel something completely different deep down where truth is found. …

THE REAL DEAL – OH MY OBAMA!

With the election drawing near and coming to a welcomed finale, I had to knock out a quick but important post before many do their final voting tomorrow. That is if people can get to the polls between dealing with long lines, voter repression, Hurricane Sandy aftermath, alleged GOP shade with closing early-voting places down sooner than expected, and memories of the “Hanging Chad” of yesteryear. We all seen the scathing TV ads. …