Dark Desires Top Five

Its Friday and I have posted some heavier topics the last few posts, so I thought I would end the week a little lighter. Music has always been a big part of my life. I think in total, I listen to music more than I watch movies and it a close comparison to reading. Music [...]

National Transgender Awareness Week

Today started National Transgender Awareness Week and it usually takes place between November 13th and 19th. It has become a time for transgender people and their allies to come together, share their stories, highlight the community, and talk about issues that they face every day. This is also a time in which the general public [...]

How LGBTQ People Have Contributed to the World

Our city, Cleveland, has had a few victories this year that definitely need celebrating. While we still have a fight ahead of us, acknowledging where we have made advances gives us strength to fight on. Share with me in this and know that each of you are a part of this. All to often you [...]

RuPaul’s Werq The World

Monday night, October 14th, Cleveland's Agora theater played host to the RuPaul's Drag Race Werq The World Tour. If you aren't familiar, RuPaul's Drag Race Contestants aren't always pushed off into obscurity, many in fact become part of the RuPaul Tour experience, from Roasts, Holiday Tours, and the Werq The World Tour.  The show was [...]

Sleepy Hollow Get-A-Way

This weekend, the person I have been dating, their best friend, and myself decided to take a vacation out of Cleveland to go visit Sleepy Hollow, New York, sort of a Halloween Hoot-n-nanny. We visited the town of Sleep Hollow, the Kykuit Manson, and the graveyard in Sleepy Hollow. We also took in a live [...]

Flaming River Con

You may be wondering where you can go to rock out your Queer Geek side, well Flaming River Con is your answer and it will be held Saturday September 22nd, 2018. This is the second ever Midwest LGBTQIA+ event for all things Queer and Geek. You need to come out and support this group. Some [...]

Drag Ban at John Carroll University

It is often that people, even in our own community, say that times are getting better for the LGBTQ community and that our need to keep fighting has reached an end. This administration, alone, has proven that to not be the case. We cannot stop fighting until we no longer have to hear things like [...]