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Reflections On: Boston Pride, 2018

Reflections On: Boston Pride, 2018

Another year, yet another Pride attendance! Admittedly, no matter how many Pride’s I attend, I am just not a Pride person, but I am a community type, so attending is important regardless of what people think, or say, about me. In truth, I celebrate Pride 365 days a year, because I am very unashamed of … Continue reading

Reflections On: Dorchester Day Parade, 2018

Reflections On: Dorchester Day Parade, 2018

I had never actually been to the Dorchester Day Parade before, so being my first was pretty enjoyable on June 3rd, 2018. This included seeing the Suffolk County Sheriff Steve Tompkins, Boston City Council President Andrea Campbell, City Councilor Michael Flaherty, State Representative Dan Hunt, State Representative Dan Cullinane, and Mayor Marty Walsh. I was … Continue reading

Vote Yes on 3

Vote Yes on 3

This November I urge you to voting Yes on Ballot Question 3, to uphold transgender protections in Massachusetts for our friends, family, neighbors, and children. According to the Boston Globe Opinion article, by House Speaker Bob DeLeo, “Vote yes for Mass. transgender rights“: Two years ago this month, we made history in Massachusetts. After a … Continue reading

Endorsement for Barbara L’Italien for Congress, 2018

Endorsement for Barbara L’Italien for Congress, 2018

In the race to succeed six-term Democratic Congresswoman Niki Tsongas (she is the first woman I ever voted for to Congress, though certainly not the last), I am supporting Senator Barbara L’Italien of the 2nd Essex and Middlesex Seat for Massachusetts’ 3rd Congressional District. Before being elected a State Representative, Barbara worked as a Case Manager … Continue reading

Endorsements for Constitutional Officers, 2018

Endorsements for Constitutional Officers, 2018

Carrying on in my usual tradition, I am proud to list my political endorsements for the Constitutional Officers for the 2018 election. Let’s get started! Governor: Jay Gonzalez Prior to running for Governor, Jay worked on Governor Deval Patrick‘s 2006 campaign against Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey. He then joined the Administration as Deputy Secretary of Administration … Continue reading

In Support of the Healthy Youth Act

In Support of the Healthy Youth Act

When I was in high school, sexual education was not very good in preparing me for having a healthy, safe relationship with other guys. In fact, the person who went over sexual education in high school for us, complete with some old video, was our (male, old, white) gym teacher. It was a mess. Specifically, … Continue reading