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Thoughts on "Desexualizing the Modern Gay Man"

One of the topics I consider is sexualization and how it affects me personally, and my community. This topic was brought up to me again by this article, … 1,047 more words

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What Does Being Gay Mean To Me?

One of the longest debates of my life, since I had come out at 12 years old in 5th grade, being very young what being gay actually meant… 1,450 more words

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In Apprecitation of Madonna

It was Madonna who once said:

“Now that I got everyone’s attention, what do I have to say?”

I recall watching VH1′s Behind The Music and felt this one comment helped inspire me. 387 more words


In Appreciation of Oprah Winfrey and Josh Flagg

Sometimes it’s important to simply appreciate others who spread around positive energy and really make a difference. In this instance, I am referring to Oprah Winfrey and Million Dollar Listing reality star, Josh Flagg, who have, for different reasons, made a positive difference I appreciate. 302 more words

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Reflections on the Campaign: Martha Coakley and Steve Kerrigan

Martha Coakley

Regardless of what happened, I was proud, and happy to vote for Martha Coakley. I really, and truly, feel that too much emphasis, and criticism… 255 more words


The "You Don't Say" Campaign

I would just like to applaud Duke’s “You Don’t Say” Campaign for getting it totally right about being sensitive to others. We need more of this. 84 more words

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Oscar Wilde and Dorian Grey

From The Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide November-December 2014, titled “How gay was Dorian Gray?”:

OSCAR WILDE WAS PROBABLY the first major modern personality who was famous for being famous well before he produced any work of consequence aside from great conversation. 1,938 more words

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