I Can’t Answer That (Or, I’m Like This for No Good Reason and I Fucking Love It?)

Filed under Life Stories on December 14th, 2013

Quite some time ago I was asked by someone why I was like this. What was the reason that I was like this. What purpose did this have in the world. This being the fact that I was a flaming homosexual. To be honest, I did not answer her.

I Wish I Were a Transvestite

Filed under Personal on November 19th, 2010

I have so much respect for transvestites, and I can look at them with such jealousy in my eyes. They have something and do something I want to have and do as well; and they act like I wish I could. Let me just get this out of the way: I don’t look good in […]

Taking Notice of the Fundamentally Religious

Filed under Religion on January 9th, 2010

“On your left you have a God who is all-knowning and omnipotent, and on your right you have a book that contains more errors than a Lindsay Lohan post-it. The left, being omniscient, omnipotent and living outside time, has no ability to change his mind; the right, being from human origin, contains more changes of opinion, mind and action than a Diana Ross show contains dress changes.”

Passivity’s Time Has Expired

Filed under History on October 6th, 2009

I do not know how it feels to be a second-rate citizen by law, growing up in a liberal and progressive country, but I do know how it feels to be considered second-rate and to be treated like you are worth nothing. It still amazes me that evolved and cultured people in this day and […]

Minority

Filed under Personal on December 31st, 2008

Sometimes I wonder what it would be like not to be in the minority for once. It’s so difficult to imagine for me, seeing as I’m in multiple minority positions. There is the gay issue, the fact that I’m an atheist, the struggles I’ve had with being perceived as “foreign” because of my mixed ethnicity, […]

The much-needed Gay Insurrection

Filed under History on December 24th, 2008

While reading DeWayne Wickham’s article about Obama’s ridiculous relationship with Rick Warren, “Warren could be Obama’s Booker T. Washington,” I came across a comment that was truthful, smart and spirited. I’ve thought about the same thing before, actually read it as a suggestion in another article (which one I have forgotten), but never has it […]