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Peace at Provincetown


We leave for our vacation this coming weekend. We’re heading to PTown; Provincetown, Massachusetts, for those that don’t know that nickname for that town. It is the last village at the very tip of Cape Cod, and it is a gay Mecca of sorts. 600 more words

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The Music Lovers (1971)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 6 out of 10

4-Word Review: Madness has no bounds.

This is a revealing look at Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Richard Chamberlain) and based on his own personal correspondences as he fought his homosexual tendencies by marrying Nina (Glenda Jackson) a woman he really did not love. 366 more words

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The 21 Questions 

I would like to ask something of you. I’d like you to read the following questions and answer them as you would if a friend, co-worker, doctor, nurse, or bank had asked them: 1,825 more words

LGBT

My claim to fame? Ummmm....Sending Amy Winehouse drunk texts.

I walked into a Shoreditch bar, in London, with a boyfriend and his friends. It wasn’t too busy.  My hair was dyed ginger, I had curled it. 1,561 more words

Autobiography

Disabled & Gay at 30- Part 2

The next thing I remembered, was a doctor forcing a needle into my vain. A couple of seconds later, it hit me. A surge of power had run through me, with such force, it had made me sit, bolt up right, without any assistance. 2,782 more words

Autobiography

Disabled & Gay at 30 - Part 3

Whilst working as a Project worker, all I wanted to do was collapse every time I stood up. Sometimes, I wanted to collapse when I was already seated. 3,503 more words

Autobiography

Fame (1980)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 4 out of 10

4-Word Review: School of Performing arts.

Filmed at the now demolished Haaren High School the film is intended to be a showcase of New York’s famous Fiorello LaGuardia High School that specialized in training students in the arts, dance and drama. 620 more words

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