Category Archives: LGBTQ

Then & Now: Five Years Since Coming Out

Four years ago, I wrote a blog post about the year that followed my coming out. It was a deeply personal piece of writing (as my posts often are) and talked about the effect my coming out had on my … Continue reading

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When Metal Meets Bone

  I am nobody. I am a single voice in a world of billions. When I speak, you cannot hear me above the sound of your own apathy and ignorance. You are too busy to take the time to listen. … Continue reading

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Pride & Prejudice: A Brief Look At The Gay Community

With my three year coming out anniversary now behind me, I often think about how my decision to share myself with the world was, is, and will be the single greatest decision of my life. It was a turning point, … Continue reading

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Breaking The Chains

In the last week I’ve come across countless posts on Facebook that involve a chain letter to “raise awareness about breast cancer.” The chain letter involves the poster choosing one of several statuses. When a person has then “liked” the … Continue reading

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The Jury Is “Out”

This morning while I was engaging in my normal morning routine of perusing my Facebook feed, I came across several posts about Congressman Aaron Schock, whose sexuality has come into question once again. Journalist, Itay Hod, made a rather overt … Continue reading

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