In Memory of Harvey Milk

As LGBTQ people, we have had so many great leaders and role models in our history. For me, one that stands out is Harvey Milk. He was the first openly gay elected official and bucked the system to get where he was. He started small and grew to lead an entire neighborhood while welcoming LGBTQ [...]

Using Our History in Finding Your Place

As National LGBTQ History month comes to close we should reflect back on the many important people and events that have came before us. They are important because it is what makes our family. My very first boyfriend gave me the most important lesson I still carry with me to this day. It was this, [...]

Sexual Orientation: Myth vs. Facts

In honor of it being National LGBTQ History Month I thought I would dedicate my blog to sharing coming out stories, facts and or questions about coming out, LGBTQ history tidbits, and things that are important but feel good at the same time. So, sit back, read, and as always let me know what you [...]

National Coming Out Day and LGBTQ Awareness Month

Some of us know that October 11th is titled as National Coming Out Day and the month of October has kind of moved into it being a month long celebration of that act. The day was founded as a means of celebration of the power behind the act of coming out, to live you life [...]

Trump, What Is He Good For?

I will start this off with a little disclaimer, if you are a Trump supporter then this article will not cater to your tastes. As most of my readers have deduced, I am a gay cis male how has a strong affinity for LGBTQ history and making sure that it continues to be shared as [...]

Birthday Musings

With tomorrow being my birthday, I sit here and look back on what I have seen and experienced. June 1973 was when the Upstairs Lounge was set on fire and killed 32 people. At the time it was the largest mass killing of LGBTQ people. In the month of August, the first major LGBT event [...]