Ride or Die

It is up to us to stand up and fight for our rights. We have to be the ones who drives that change, no one else will do it for us. With that being said, we do need people in our corners, those people that are willing to stand with us for what is right. [...]

Manic Music Monday

I think it is important to be mindful of our LGBTQ community in all its aspects. In the past I have done a few posts on Queer music and feel it might be time to add to that list, again. I have touched on dance, pop, and even punk, I think with this we are [...]

Glam Gore Queens

I wanted to get my blog back to the original vision I had for it, reviewing LGBTQ culture/community/venues/places in the CLE. Last night, my friends and I ventured to Coventry to check out the Grog Shop and watch Glam Gore, hosted by Anhedonia Delight. This is my first time at both Glam Gore and the [...]

Movies That Have Impacted Me.

Shortly after I officially came out and met the person that was probably my soul mate, I was introduced to a great many things. One of them was LGBTQ cinema and no I am not just talking about porn. I had never known there were movies that dealt with people that felt the same things [...]

Words Carry Power

If i said to you that the reason children become LGBTQ is because their parents abused them and then turned around and sent my kid to counseling for being gay, one would think I abused my child. What we often forget to realize is the impact our words can have on others and beyond our [...]

We Are Family…

Finding our own family is a blessing, it allows us to surround ourselves by those who can relate to what we are going through, have similar ideals to us, and can support us when we need it. Finding that family can be a little more difficult and it only magnifies when you live in a [...]

Chosen Families

I talked about how toxic masculinity can definitely make the workplace a lot more tough to feel comfortable in, but it also goes beyond that in many occasions. Toxic relationships can start within own families and it was much more common in years past. Social climate dictates a lot of how people respond to minorities [...]