Top Ten Worst Halloween Candy

Halloween is the number two holiday, when it comes to money spent. With Halloween, its costumes, decorations, and, of course, candy. For kids, the candy is probably the single most important part of the night. Which candies are good or bad for Halloween is a heated debate. Many of us still carry deeply rooted scars [...]

How Did Halloween Start?

As LGBTQ people, many of us love Halloween and why not? We grew up having to wear a mask most of our lives and pretend to be people we aren't, so it's only fitting that we have a love for this mysterious holiday.

Finding My Acceptance

Coming out is a never ending process. Everyday we meet people we may have to come out to. Sometimes that person may be us. We finally realize the path we were on isn't right for us and its time to evolve, we come out as our true selves finally. A year and a half ago, [...]

Top Ten Halloween Urban Legends

Being a child of the 1980s, I was around for a large amount of urban legends that dealt with Halloween. Many of them still exist today, oddly enough, and there have even been new ones added since I was a kid. Since my childhood, it seems like there has always been groups of peopleĀ  that [...]

Appalachian Halloween Memories

My love for Halloween can be traced back to my childhood. Sure, most people will say that and chalk it up to kids and candy but it was more for me. I have always loved a good scare. What I think really plays into it was growing up in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. It [...]

Seven LGBTQ Horror Movie You Need To See

Since before the dawn of the Hays Code in 1934, LGBTQ characters have graced every movie genre, including horror. The Hays Code was a set of rules that movies had to follow in order no to corrupt people who watched them. That led directors and writers to hide things like LGBTQ characters or love in [...]

Truth About Body Image

If you have read my blog before, you know I try very hard to be body positive and sex positive. I believe that is how we, as humans, should interact with our world. To not be ashamed of the things that all people do or have. Every body is beautiful in it's own right. Every [...]

A Helping Hand

The world has changed a lot since Covid has descended upon it. We are still trying to get used to the ideas of social distancing and wearing masks. Our past times have changed, as well. Gone are the days of going out to the bars in large groups and drinking until the wee hours of [...]

Asian Lantern Festival 2020

For the past three years we have made it a thing to visit the Asian Lantern Festival at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Each year the adjust their theme, while still incorporating the traditional elements. Now, I am not too ashamed to admit that the theme is usually lost on me. This year was supposedly something [...]