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Small Town Pride

One of the main indicators of the success of gays and lesbians in organizing and in social acceptance has been the growth in the number of cities with gay pride celebrations in June. Gay pride festivals have been around for decades in most every large American city (Chicago is celebrating its 39th this year). But […]

The SMS Messages

Ok, so I’ve received several requests to justify why I wasn’t interested in… S. S is the guy from last friday night who thought I was the greatest thing since sliced bread.

Ultimately I was never attracted to him. He got me last Friday night because he appeared in front of me and asked me […]

Last Time…

The last time I had somebody fall in love with me, I got the following email:

Adam,

Let’s see… if you think the 2pm lunch will work fine for you, then I’d prefer that. That way I can practice and also sleep in from whatever may happen on new year’s. :> Do you have some […]

Crying Books

Now that I’ve written about nearly crying in a real life situation, it occurs to me that I am driven to tears by select books. This was driven home today because I was rereading one of three books that I know can do this to me consistently: Mark Sanderson‘s Wrong Rooms.

Wrong Rooms is an […]