Gender roles and expectations (Dating for dating sake)

The last post I discussed that I always knew, or part of me did any way, I was gay. In the post, I stated that I dated. The word "date" here might be overstated. I grew up and attended Catholic K -8 grade school in a community where it was half Italian and half 'English' … Continue reading Gender roles and expectations (Dating for dating sake)

Two strikes: Growing up gay and handicapped

I have always known I was gay. It wasn’t until I was fourteen that I knew what attraction to the same sex was called, but I knew I like boys better than girls. I tried asking girls out; it never worked. I would date once, and then that would be it. In grade school and … Continue reading Two strikes: Growing up gay and handicapped

Love, Simon vs the Homosapien Agenda

My partner and I just got back from watching the move, “Love, Simon.” The movie based on the novel, “Simon vs The Homospapien Agenda, by Becky Ablertalli. My partner only saw the movie. He thought it was done well. It was enjoyable. I read the book a few months back, so I knew the story. … Continue reading Love, Simon vs the Homosapien Agenda

LGBTQ+ Books That Actually Have a Happy Ending

LGBTQ+ Books That Actually Have a Happy Ending Mya Nunnally 03-20-18 LGBTQ+ Books that actually have a happy ending I have read two of the books Mya mentioned; namely, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli and Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe  by Benjamin Alire Sáenz. When I was … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Books That Actually Have a Happy Ending