Laugh

The path to self-acceptance is paved with humor in Father Forgive Me for I have Sinned

When I was in high school there were a few places teens could go dancing. One of those places was a reception hall located on the 2nd floor of a building on the corner of North and Western Avenues. Of all the places we went to—Medusas, Centrum Hall, Riviera—it was one of the least important,… Continue reading The path to self-acceptance is paved with humor in Father Forgive Me for I have Sinned

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Moments

The only gay boy in the world [guest post]

The third in the "Defining Moments: Search for Identity Series." This one comes to us from artist and writer, Xeno Martinez. Read more of his personal blog, SQ Chronicles and follow him on Facebook and Twitter, @XenoMartinez Recently, I engaged in a conversation via the I Love It Supersized Facebook fanpage about when was it that I first realized that I… Continue reading The only gay boy in the world [guest post]

Moments

Life after Death Metal [guest post]

In the coming days and weeks I'll be inviting some of my favorite writers/friends to guest blog about a defining moment (the length of the moment undefined) in their search for identity. First up is Ulises Silva. His site is currently under construction, but for now you can follow him on Twitter, @inventingsilva Geraldo Rivera… Continue reading Life after Death Metal [guest post]

Mi Vida Loca

31 years late: A life without my Dad

My Dad doesn't say much on a day to day basis. Days go by and all of his spoken words combined equal a paragraph...maybe. He doesn't say much, but he sings. BOY does he sing. He has a love for old, romantic ballads and belts them out with such passion that you barely notice that… Continue reading 31 years late: A life without my Dad