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The solace of "Loev" (and how it helped me make sense of myself)

Bollywood isn’t all big colorful dance numbers, dramatic close-ups of tear-filled faces and absurdly long runtimes. You might beg to differ and with more than a smattering of pride too and I hear you. 1,544 more words


Cher gets to me sometimes

nothin like being lonely at

the gay club, and dancing anyway

so alive so alive so alive, and

I can feel all the ways I’m dying. 189 more words

Thoughts on the Anniversary of Section 28

Today marks 30 years since Section 28 was introduced. Until a few years ago I hadn’t even heard about it, and yet it was impacting on my life without me realising it. 811 more words

Thoughts On Things

Is Love Worth The Distance

It has been a trending thing tha many LGBTQ relationships start off or are considered long distance relationships. Many people say that it will never work and that it is not worth the time and effort. 580 more words

Sexuality and Mental Health: Q&A

A couple days ago I got this question in my inbox through my contact forum here on WordPress. It’s taken me a day or two to really think about how I wanted to respond to this, so here goes. 1,062 more words


Apologist of the Week: Sam Allberry

Pastor Sam Allberry is becoming a legend of faith. He is a sweet tempered, approachable man, from the English countryside. You would never guess that his determination to love while standing firm in Biblical convictions would frequently provoke angry responses from both liberal and conservative sides of the community concerned with human sexuality – regardless of their faith. 130 more words

Christian Apologetics

Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli

Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda
by Becky Albertalli
My Rating: ❤❤❤

Sixteen-year-old and not-so-openly gay Simon Spier prefers to save his drama for the school musical. 524 more words