Why is the blogging community dominated by an LGBTQIA presence? Simple—it’s better to be a gay blogger. By default, it connects you to thousands of fellow gays who dominate the digital space.
I have been an “official” gay man for about four years now, and I’ve noticed a few things that don’t quite fly with me.
I refuse to cooperate with those who are in support of what Donald Trump stands for: pure hatred and the destruction of human rights.
We aren’t disregarding the relationships we previously had with our male partners, we did love them, and it was a real love for that time in our lives. It wasn’t forced, or fake. It wasn’t because it was what society told us to do.
Your own curiosity does not give you the right to weigh in on my sexuality. In any way. Ever.
I wondered: What if I’m actually NOT queer enough to claim the label?
All I was to you was a pit stop in your exploration, a post adolescent experiment that ended as quickly as it began.
I was in the closet for too long I was almost sure I was in Narnia already (and the closet is suffocating).
Your love for God is greater than the love for your children. A love like that is hard for me to understand.
Michael: Made a big statement by going from Mike to Michael when he came out. Incidentally, so did every other Mike.