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Gay Dating Apps and Internal Honesty Policy

September 19, 2018
Gay Dating Apps and Internal Honesty Policy

I left my Georgian homeland especially sad this time around because it reminded me of what connections in my life are the ones I tolerate and the ones that truly enhance it. I often go through this act of sifting when using gay dating apps. It was time for a little clean-up. A guy I […]

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Wealthy Gay Men and Millennial Mayhem

July 25, 2018
Wealthy Gay Men and Millennial Mayhem

I recently just watched “Hello My Name is Doris” with Sally Field and then also I watched a short and informative video by author Simon Sinek, who doesn’t seem like one of those wealthy gay men. If you are a millennial and care about how you are being perceived by the rest of the world, […]

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Pride Festival: Open Heart, Open Mind

July 2, 2018
Pride Festival: Open Heart, Open Mind

We all start to realize the love we deserve eventually. We have conversations with individuals that enhance our life, cause us distress, or even to just pass the time. We might even have it at a pride festival. It’s important to know when to have a conversation of progression in a way versus a mundane […]

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Gay Power Couples and The Call Back

May 14, 2018
Gay Power Couples and The Call Back

“Thank you for calling me back.” “Thank you for responding.” “Thank you for the prompt response.” How many times have you heard of this in normal vernacular of today’s age? I really start to pause and think about where we went wrong when it came to effective communication styles. With the advent of technology, I […]

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Gay Community and the Corner in the Room​​

April 17, 2018
Gay Community and the Corner in the Room​​

Isolation can really place us in one of the worst places in almost a metaphysical stasis in the gay community. We can often place ourselves in this state, even when on paper it seems like we have this supportive and communal arsenal around us. I remember going into that space of depression when I had […]

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Gay Celebrities and Being the Middle Man Five

March 20, 2018
Gay Celebrities and Being the Middle Man Five

After many years of sharing fairly similar conversations with individuals, and some of them being gay celebrities, I begin to see a correlation and similarities in dating preferences. For example, “I want a guy who is equal parts social and equal parts stay at home” is something I hear on the daily. As human beings, […]

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Valentine’s Day: Taking a Heart Break

February 13, 2018
Valentine’s Day: Taking a Heart Break

There was a point in my life where I was going up to the door of life and it kept slamming in my face. My usual bright optimism was being depleted and the roots of my labor became dry and lacked nourishment. Here we are approaching Valentine’s Day and my personal light becomes quite dim. […]

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Pride Month and Timely Time

January 10, 2018
Pride Month and Timely Time

Sometimes we go into life not knowing the results of intention. We go into a pride month – a time where we feel like our time is worth more than anothers’. We place energy into something and it might not actually pan out the way we wanted. It might be worse than expected or it […]

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Man Seeking Man and Kindness

December 6, 2017
Man Seeking Man and Kindness

“The only people who didn’t love her were the people who hadn’t met her yet.” I recount one bittersweet recent Sunday. My dear friend’s mother had passed away recently and that day was a celebration of her almost 98 years on this earth. I couldn’t help but remain sadly nostalgic about the passing of my […]

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m4m: Make Your Move

November 8, 2017
m4m: Make Your Move

I revert back to my single days and try to notice if I was at fault at not making the move of my pawn or knight correctly or fast enough, or to even finish the game at all. Due to my East Coast style of communication, people often think because I have a relatively calm […]

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