You might also like

Editor's Desk 35 Comments

KD’s Fashion Police: The Met Gala 2016

I loved this year’s Met gala, and the theme tried to marry fashion and technology, which I think was a winner. My only regret is that my darling, Rihanna, was

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Editor's Desk 4 Comments

The Piece About The Connection Between Strong Economies and LGBT Rights

Greater equality translates to economic vibrancy, and economic vibrancy leads to more equality, according to convincing new studies. In the past, many governments around the world have seen LGBT rights

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Editor's Desk 27 Comments

Comedy Skit: The Office Homophobe

I’m pretty sure I’m a LASTMA on this, but someone sent me a YouTube link and by so doing, introduced me to the world of Key & Peele. I have

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

5 Comments

  1. Mandy
    August 14, 07:06 Reply

    Ignorant people don’t know to ask questions. There’s something sacred about their ignorance that they seek to protect from the enlightenment of knowledge.

  2. Kenny
    August 14, 07:14 Reply

    The irony of it all. They’re certain they can tell if a man is gay yet they’re cluelessly flirting with one. I would give anything to see the look on their faces when they find out he’s gay…..

  3. Klaus
    August 14, 10:06 Reply

    often, most stereotypes in many cases, either sexuality,race,religion or whatever it is,are mostly true.

  4. Delle
    August 14, 13:27 Reply

    I like both him and his brain.

Leave a Reply