JK Rowling And The Disparities in Potterdom

I came into Harry Potter in about 2010 or so, late to the party as usual. It was still a book series that had a huge impact on me. JK Rowling created an environment where I felt accepted, not just because I was LGBTQ but also because I am pagan. I was resistant to the [...]

Today In LGBTQ History

Times are definitely bleak. Corona virus infections are still on the rise, prejudice is at levels that rival that of before the civil rights movements,  unemployment is rising to record heights, and most of us are still stuck at home. There doesn't seem to be a light at the end of the tunnel. Today I [...]

LGBTQ Rights And The Future

June 15th was a pretty monumental day for LGBTQ rights. The Supreme Court added to the Act of 1964 by granting federal protections to LGBTQ employees from being fired from their workplace, nationwide, based on the sexual orientation or gender identity. There is no way of denying that this isn’t a pretty significant ruling in [...]

7 Weird Moments In LGBTQ History

Ever wondered what you werent taught about in history? Check out these 7 Weird Moments In LGBTQ History. #lgbt #lgbtq #gay #bisexual #greek #celtic #sex #dildo #lube #cle #gayinthecle #youtube #history #weirdhistory https://youtu.be/K5qMqj72CtY

Why Sex Ed Needs To Include LGBTQ Issues

Would it shock you to find out that only four states have laws that require sex ed classes to be inclusive of LGBTQ issues and 12 states require that sexual orientation be a topic in sexual education classes? Not when the statistics show that 39 states and the District of Columbia require sex education and/or [...]

I Remember When…

Its June 2020, Pride month. The world is in a state of massive upheaval and we are seeing prejudice rear its ugly head in a means that rivals to the days of the early Civil Rights Movement. I don’t mean for this post to take away from the state of affairs we are currently watching [...]

Stand Together

There has been a lot going on in the media and many do not understand the implications. We, as the LGBTQ community, owe a lot to our brothers and sisters of color.   https://youtu.be/SPKowPDcsDU

Why These Protest Matter

I come from a place of privilege. not financially or a place of affluence, but from a social privilege. I am a white cis gendered  presenting gay male. If you pass me on the street you only see a large built white male and that affords me easier navigation throughout society. I can walk into [...]

LGBTQ Pride On Lockdown

Earlier this week, I talked about Pride and it being canceled this year due to Coronavirus. Yes, it does suck but pride is inside of us and can be shown in how we carry ourselves. What is harder to replace is missing the ability to meet new people, reconnect with old friends, and share in the [...]