Who We Were

Someone a while back pondered why we never connected as friends in our younger days in high school because of our shared liberal outlook. Sadly, back then I clearly was not who I am today. He most likely would not have liked me much at all, as I was a deeply closeted queer boy hiding […]

Coming Up In March: Glauco Araujo

Glauco Araujo is a Brazilian-born professional dancer and actor trained both here in the U.S. and in Brazil. In Rio, Glauco danced with the Rio Dance Company (modern dance), as well as with the integrated dance company ANDEF (disability dance). In 2012 Glauco represented Brazil in the closing ceremony of the Paralympic Games in London. […]

Know Your Worth!

Juliet is transgender and received her own recognition for suing her school over the bathroom issues, as some of the people in her hometown in Pennsylvania were not always inclusive and accepting. She has turned the hardships that she has faced during her younger days and transition into a positive, by creating a nonprofit with […]

Along The Watchtower

Her most recent book, An American Queer, a collection of “The Amazon Trail” columns, was presented with the 2015 Golden Crown Literary Society Award in Anthology/Collection Creative Non-Fiction. This, and her award-winning fiction, including The Raid, The Swashbuckler, and Beggar of Love, can be found at www.boldstrokesbooks.com/Author-Lee-Lynch.html. Oh, hell, what can I say at a […]

But…

Her most recent book, An American Queer, a collection of “The Amazon Trail” columns, was presented with the 2015 Golden Crown Literary Society Award in Anthology/Collection Creative Non Fiction. This, and her award-winning fiction, including The Raid, The Swashbuckler, and Beggar of Love, can be found at www.boldstrokesbooks.com/Author-Lee-Lynch.html. The year 2020 wasn’t a total bust […]

Happy New Year! (We Hope!)

Jim Koury is a seeker of personal truth and desires to empower others to find their own personal truth, whatever it may be. He is also an activist who is not afraid to speak his mind and ruffle some feathers, if necessary. His main objective is to get people to think and think for themselves. […]

The Happy Hypersexual

Jason Armstrong’s groundbreaking first book, Solosexual: Portrait of a Masturbator, went to #1 on Amazon Kindle upon its release in 2016 and was later released in Italian by publisher dR Edizioni. His writing has appeared in The Gay & Lesbian Review, Best Sex Writing of the Year (Cleis Press), DNA Magazine, and on DailyXtra and […]

December Feature Interview: John Duff

John Duff grew up in a suburb outside of Baltimore, Maryland, the youngest of two sisters and a brother. John Duff is out now with “Give a F-ck,” his unabashedly theatrical-R&B-patter song; the second release from his upcoming, yet unnamed visual EP. With a traditional piano intro, soaring octave-jumping climax, and lush piano accompaniment riddled […]

World AIDS Day

December 1 is World AIDS Day, a day to unite in the fight to end the HIV epidemic, support people living with HIV, and honor those who have lost their life. The 2020 theme focuses on the global commitment to deliver quality, people-centered HIV prevention, and treatment services for impact. The theme also speaks to […]

Amazon Trail: One Dog At A Time

Her most recent book, An American Queer, a collection of “The Amazon Trail” columns, was presented with the 2015 Golden Crown Literary Society Award in Anthology/Collection Creative Non-Fiction. This, and her award-winning fiction, including The Raid, The Swashbuckler, and Beggar of Love, can be found at: www.boldstrokesbooks.com/Author-Lee-Lynch.html I can’t save our democracy, but I can […]