Posted in June 2013

Stories of my Grandfather

Stories of my Grandfather

In between completing campaigning on Obama For American’s campaign and beginning campaigning on Linda Dorcena Forry’s campaign, I had decided to do research on my family history. I had known several members of my family to be conservative and unsupportive of my homosexual ‘lifestyle,’ but I still wanted to know what lay deep in my … Continue reading

Another campaign ends, Another begins!

Another campaign ends, Another begins!

A Campaign Ends I started working on the Markey Campaign since before the Primary. This was not only the first time I got involved with a US Senate campaign, but also the first time I began working on a campaign in the area I generally stay: the South End neighborhood of Boston. There was no … Continue reading

My Favorite LGBT Shows of All Time

My Favorite LGBT Shows of All Time

There were just some shows that I could never get enough of. This is the top 5. 1. Queer As Folk When I first saw Queer As Folk, I was hooked. It was the first show to really introduce me to what the LGBT community, my community, looked like. I was not too impressed with … Continue reading

Celebrating Pride!

Celebrating Pride!

Another year of Pride has come and gone. Many of us will be settling back into our prior routines, including myself, and next year we will all be ready to get out and march again. This year was the 4th year I have celebrated Pride since returning to Boston. My first time was in 2010, … Continue reading

Mud Slinging Over Welfare Audit

Mud Slinging Over Welfare Audit

On May 28th, 2013, State Auditor Suzanne Bump¬†released the official audit of the Department of Transitional Assistance, beginning from July 1st, 2010 until December 21st, 2012.¬†Welfare reform has now become the talk of the town immediately after the reports release, citing millions of dollars in potential fraud. However, Governor Patrick has come out questioning the … Continue reading

To Discover Something Bigger Than Yourself

Over the past few weeks I have been attending services at the Arlington Street Church. It’s been a welcoming place, really, that is much more of a highlight. This is hardly the first time I had been to church though. When I was living in Cambridge, my mother’s parents would bring me to church every … Continue reading

The Politics of Change

The Politics of Change

It has been many months since my last post. The past time I had posted I was a part of the Occupy Movement, but found myself extremely disillusioned with some strong points and circumstances that occurred within the movement. Of course, I made a post about my reasoning for being so disillusioned, and felt lost … Continue reading