The term “Gay Pride” is pretty well-known these days. Ever since the first Gay Pride March on June 28, 1970, to commemorate the one year anniversary of the Stonewall riots in Greenwich Village, the notion of gay pride has blossomed and today such celebrations are now held in some of the furthest reaches of the … More Gay Pride in NYC 2010
A Day of SilenceEvery year, on the “Day of Silence”, I wear the rainbow ribbon. This year, however, I’m feeling more and more like a hypocrite lately, living a lie when it comes to young people to whom I perceive myself as a role model. http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/1660786/a_day_of_silence.html
Can you tell if someone is gay by the way they speak? Are there any types of physical, or linguistic, characteristics about certain people’s speech that would make one think that person is gay? Or is it the words they use? What they say? Is it their body language? I asked these questions of ten … More Gayspeak: Is There a Gay Language?
Did anyone ever consider that maybe God created homosexuality as a part of his Master Plan? Maybe he didn’t want the population from getting too large, too fast. Think about it. Most experts agree that approximately 10% of us are gay. That’s one in every ten people. If this figure is correct, imagine how many … More Is gay a choice?