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Reflections On: Boston Pride, 2017

Reflections On: Boston Pride, 2017

One of the greatest pleasure is every year having a part of the Boston Pride celebrations, as I did in 2012, 2014, and 2015. It is a wonderful thing to do every year! As usual, though there are certain events that strike greatly with me, such as the Political Forum held at the Edward M. … Continue reading

I Totally Understand Colin Kaepernick

I Totally Understand Colin Kaepernick

  I’m not a sports guy. My least favorite religion is sports. But when asked about how I felt about San Francisco 49ers Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling in protest against racial systemic injustice during the National Anthem before games, the answer was actually really easy: I can totally understand it. To no surprise, this is tied … Continue reading

On Maude

On Maude

Like The Jeffersons, Maude was actually the first spin-off of All In The Family, having two years of development by the time The Jeffersons first aired. Featuring Bea Arthur (The Golden Girls) as Democrat Maude Finlay, and Rue McClanahan (The Golden Girls, Mama’s Family) as Vivian Harmon, the sweet and scatterbrained second wife of next-door neighbor, … Continue reading

On Fable II

On Fable II

Continuing from Fable, is the equally awesome sequel, Fable II, which similarly is  developed by Lionhead Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios.While the setting of Fable resembles medieval Europe, this game ‘s setting take place during the Age of Enlightenment. The game play for several good reasons, as according to the Wired review: The world … Continue reading

On Gay or Queer Baiting

On Gay or Queer Baiting

When I heard about Nick Jonas speaking at a vigil about Orlando, I just thought “Really? Really? What the fuck?” because I would hardly put him in a crowd of people who actually have stumped for the LGBT community. So, just what is “quuer baiting? According to the Autostraddle article, “How Do We Solve A … Continue reading