Shock and Awe

This title recalls the Bush era of going to war in the Middle East where he said he would give them Shock and Awe. Its seems this current president has gone to war with the LGBTQ people of this country with his own brand of shock and awe.  Daily we see how our rights are [...]

Review of LGBTQ Cleveland

Recently, while out doing some photography on W 29th, I visited The Dean Rufus House of Fun  - review forthcoming- I picked up a book that I had been wanting to get for a hot minute. LGBTQ Cleveland is a book written by local author Ken Schneck. The book chronicles the LGBTQ history in Cleveland. [...]

I kilt it!!!

KILTS!!! I love them, what more can I say. They are an amazing piece of fashion. Why more men don’t wear them, I can’t seem to understand. At present I have 9 and it will be growing from there, thanks to Kilted Bros in downtown Cleveland. While there may be some Irish and Scottish in [...]

You have the right to what, exactly?!?

LGBTQ rights are always a slippery slope. Since the first fights at Stonewall Inn in 1969 till this very day, we have fought and clawed to have the views of us changed from degenerates with mental illness to being treated as real people. We always get one small step forward while being pushed back two [...]

Mentor Headlands

Pictures taken while out at Mentor Headlands, Ohio yesterday with my best friends. Was also a beautiful day to be out in one of my kilts.

Tragedy of Shadows

“More than 15% of this year’s Transgender murders have happened in Cleveland,” says  BJ Colangelo on Wed, Jun 27, 2018 at http://www.clevelscene.com. Staggering statistic to say the least, but how does that translate for Cleveland. There have been two murders of Transwomen in Cleveland since the start of the year and just four months from [...]

“Rage, rage into the dying light”

The Importance of Inclusivity We all hear this word throw around today. Inclusivity, but what does it really mean. It is defined as “an intention or policy of including people who might otherwise be excluded or marginalized, such as those who are handicapped or learning-disabled, or racial and sexual minorities.” This mean that no one [...]