Tomorrow the world will change, that’s inevitable
Whether or not it’s for the better is up to the result, and up to peoples perception of what ‘better’ really means…
In a world that is constantly at each other’s throats, and a difference of opinion is an affront, it’s time we found our way back to each other…
“I used to live in the darkness…I found a rainbow” #IDAHOBIT
We haven’t seen each other, we haven’t held each other, but we have the ability to use this situation to make us closer than ever before…
There are people in this world that you were destined to meet,
People who, no matter what you did, your path was bound to cross.
Andrew Towner and I were probably never those two people..
I never thought much of the title of ‘Uncle’ for myself. That was before I had six nieces and nephews of my own…
In a society that deems straight as the norm, there has to come a time in our lives when we have had to tell them that we are not it.
The moment that changed my life more than any other, is a moment I can’t even remember.
International Women’s Day is a time to celebrate what has been done, and a time to set to work on what needs to be…
We thought a summer spent as Airbnb hosts would be fun…we were wrong.
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It’s about time I got this off my chest, it’s time to burn them back…
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It’s time to come clean…I can’t do anything by halves.
*As seen on the official Khloe Kardashian website www.khloewithak.com*
Wise Guy (noun): a man or woman who thinks that it is funny, interesting and/or necessary to gossip about another’s sexuality.
There are some who love to find power and ‘intelligence’ within themselves when they say, “I always knew they were gay”. To them, they are the Olivia Benson of the LGBT world, solving the most pressing issues in the lives of others and commending themselves ten-fold for doing so.
So to those wise guys…please, shut up.
I’ve had people’s parents, classmates, even employers use the question mark around my sexuality (pre-2011) as the most interesting thing they can bring to the table when talking to others. These are people who have nothing more stimulating to talk about than whether the quiet teenager from Surrey Hills will end up marrying a man.