Out at Work

With last week’s coming out declaration by Apple CEO Tim Cook finally settling in, I’ve started to reanalyze what it means for me to be out at work. I work for one of the… Continue reading

A Trans Encounter

As I’ve rightly said before, dating is a maze of unknowns. I recently met a very attractive guy at a party where we shared a few chuckles and a few drinks and decided… Continue reading

Relationship Baggage

To say that relationships don’t come with a cart full of baggage that mostly has nothing to do with you is an understatement. Especially when that baggage is family. I was chatting with… Continue reading

I like older men- so what?

So I like older men. Is that a crime? I finally see an image in the media of a gay relationship much like the one’s that I’ve had and often dream of and… Continue reading

Cher- Dressed To Kill Tour Review

One word. Fantastic. Make that two words- f***ing fantastic! If you’re still wondering, I’m referring to the one and only Cher. Her Dressed To Kill Tour stopped in Toronto last night at the… Continue reading

Buyers Club Debate

With award season winding down, my Twitter and Facebook feed has been bombarded with op-ed pieces criticizing the movie Dallas Buyers Club- which ironically won best actor and supporting actor at the Oscars… Continue reading

Sylvester- No Regrets, No Apologies

Rolling along with Black History month, it gives me so much pleasure to write about this legendary icon. Sylvester James Jr., born September 6th 1947 in LA, was an American singer/songwriter. Known by… Continue reading

The Life of James Baldwin

James Arthur Baldwin was an American literary icon. Born in Harlem New York 1924, Baldwin was a renowned novelist, playwright, essayist, poet and social critic. He was a gay man. His work has… Continue reading

Freedom, Civil Rights, Equality- The Story of Bayard Rustin

Bayard Rustin was born on March 17th 1912 Westchester Pennsylvania. He attended Wilberforce University, Cheyney State College and City College of New York; he never received a B.A. Mr. Rustin is cited for his… Continue reading

Black History Month

With February at my doorstep, I got to thinking about what I can do to acknowledge the significance of Black History Month in a way that’s meaningful to me. Black History in itself… Continue reading