When you go to the polls today, be sure to vote yes on 3.
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U.S. Olympian, Adam Rippon, explains everything you need to know about the upcoming midterm election, what’s at stake if you don’t show up at the polls on Nov. 6 and why YOUR vote matters.
Have you heard about this gay short film (13-minutes) that centers on James (played by Emrhys Cooper)? It is definitely entertaining to watch. I’ve included a brief write up about the short film below along with a link to its Vimeo page and password. If you watch the film, let me know what you think.
About Trophy Boy: The film centers on James, a sexy, youthful sought-after Instagram star in high-society, and self-proclaimed “trophy” who gets dumped by his wealthy live-in benefactor just before turning 30. James quickly learns that the real world cares little for his Instagram “celebrity” as the world he’s so carefully cultivated online crashes head on with reality.
Watch Trophy Boy Here
I have no idea what was the motivation / inspiration behind the 1980 pop music hit I’m Coming Out by Diana Ross, but I can’t think of a more appropriate song. The lyrics, intent and emotion match exactly how I felt after I came out and make it the perfect song to share on National Coming Out Day.
“…He likes his team. He’s set with that team…“
This weekend I was at home on my couch channel surfing until I stumbled upon this episode from Seinfeld, entitled The Beard, which first aired in February 1995 (I checked). This show still can make me laugh out loud. I realize that this TV show wasn’t everyone’s favorite and you can tell how outdated it is – just take a peek at Jerry’s ancient Mac on his desk or their phones, but I still enjoy watching it. What TV shows from your childhood do you still love to watch?
Sometimes I use my blog as a way to express my sentiments to those who need to hear it. So like the song says, “Sail on silver girl…” and heal my friend.
America’s most famous gay couple share a rap about how they met and became “roommates” to the melody of Will Smith’s theme song The Prince of Bel Air. It was too cute not to share for all of you fans of Sesame Street.