March 28, 2017
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Before Night Falls by Reinaldo Arenas

One day, I got a bug up my ass (Southern expression) to look up some decent gay memoirs to read on Amazon. Fortunately enough, my search lead me to a few, one being Before Night Falls by Reinaldo Arenas. The description mentioned something about Cuba, and I knew I was in love (for those of you who don’t know, RJ is Cuban). ... Read More »

Trolls on Tumblr

As some of you may know, I do this thing on my Tumblr every Wednesday where I let people submit questions and then I choose a few of them to answer every few hours or so. It was just an idea I ripped off from some of my other vlogger friends, but I thought it would be good for a ... Read More »

CNN Op-Ed: “Aurora Heroes”

This morning, I followed my typical routine at work of grabbing coffee, checking my numerous emails, and reading the news (usually CNN and The Advocate). Normally, I don’t even look at any of the op-ed pieces on these sites. My spare time is limited enough in the mornings. I can only usually get in about ten good minutes of reading ... Read More »

Something Like Summer by Jay Bell

Funny story how I came across this book: the author actually sent it to me as a gift, so first and foremost, thanks Jay! I’m honored that he would send me one of his many books as a gift. You can check out other novels by him at http://www.jaybellbooks.com/. However, even though he sent me the book himself, I’ll try ... Read More »

The Advocate – Advocate.com

It’s regrettable that I have to address the topic of LGBT news any differently than I would mainstream news. Really, I hate to have to breach the topic of LGBT news at all, since it should be a main priority of all mainstream news sources to focus on this generation’s Civil Rights movement as part of their usual coverage. The ... Read More »

Life of Pi by Yann Martel

Of course, the very first update would be Life of Pi. This consistently ranks as one of my favorite novels, if not my most favorite. I must admit, it’s been a while since I’ve picked it up, but I have read it multiple times since I first read it my sophomore year of high school. It’s certainly one of those ... Read More »

Shep689: A Gay in the Life