Silence = Death

We have acquiesced ourselves into believing there is relative safety for the LGBTQ community, even with news showing quite the opposite. Is it because we feel it doesn’t directly impact us? Perhaps it may be the mentality that it only seems to happen in certain parts of the country and is being blown out of [...]

To The Streets… We March…

"In the early hours of June 28, 1969, New York City police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay club located in Greenwich Village in New York City." a quote from the article Stonewall Riots on History.com. This year marks the 50th anniversary of those very riots and Pride in the CLE will be honoring the event with [...]

LGBTQ and Symbolism

Through LGBTQ history, symbolism has been integral to who we are. We have used symbolism to raise our spirits and causes. We have also used various symbols as a means of identifying who we are to one another. Modes of dress, buttons emblazoned with logos, flags, and even speech have been the symbols that we [...]

Support Modern LGBTQ Artists

I am an 80's kid and I still love the 80's today. How could you not, there were awesome sitcoms, some of the most iconic movies of the last 20 years, came out in the 80's/ The fashion was fun, the language was on its own plateau, and video games were taking over every mall, [...]

Nudism and Body Positivity

Previous posts have touched on body image especially the one where I bared it all. But it is a topic that needs a bit more addressing, to be honest. I am very hard on myself, like many of us are. I see myself in the mirror and reflect back to a time when I was [...]

The Importance of Self Care

Relationships, as my last few posts have pointed out, can be hard and confusing. There is no one true method on how they are supposed to work. This is because no two people are the same. We perceive situations differently, we learn from our lessons in our own way, and we react, based on those [...]

Can You Have Intimacy In Casual Relationships?

Looking at how "relationships" have changed over the years is an interesting study. As we move forward, now, it seems that casual relationships and open relationships are becoming much more common. Is this the new way of human interaction? Do we get what we need from these random encounters that don’t for any kind of [...]