Gay Songs Summer Throwback

So, here we are about half way through summer. Today it is ungodly hot across the Midwest, so what better way to deal with the heat that to take a look as some previous summer hits. When I started this list, I went back to about 1995 and realized that was 25 years ago. Then [...]

Small Step Activism

Activism is a huge idea and often times scary for the individual. We look back at history and see the marches for civil rights, the sit ins for peace, and the demonstrations for freedom and it call all be too much to process. You get swept up in the current thinking how you can help [...]

Conversion Therapy

It still remains truly shocking that barbaric practices like conversion therapy are still a thing we have to worry about. To date, there are only six cities in Ohio that have banned conversion therapy, and this has only been since 2014. And to make that number slightly more scary, only 16 states in the United [...]

Gaymer Game Review

Building off of my last article, I thought I would share some of my favorite games. I am not a hard-core gamer, like I used to be. I still play often and on varying consoles. I am still a PC gamer, but I also have my Xbox, PlayStation, and my Switch. Each one has its [...]

Gaymers of the World

There is not a facet of life that we, as LGBTQ people, do not touch. In my article on Queercore, I showed how there are many punk bands that are made up of LGBTQ members and create music about our own lives. Another area where there are large numbers of LGBTQ people is the gaming [...]

Never Silenced, Never Erased!

Over the last year I have had the pleasure of sharing historical information about our LGBTQ people. Covered the range of history, labels, who we are, how we got here, and even about fighting for our futures. While all of this is important, the single most important thing I have had the pleasure of sharing [...]

Long Hard Road

Emotions are never the easiest thing to endure, working through them is messy. Often, when it comes to emotions, I put them aside and never act on them. It is easier to deny myself the possibility of pain, instead of trying to commit to a person that will reject me. But there is always a [...]