Tag Archives: Sexuality
Children are inventive. As a kid, what deterred me from my lofty dreams of becoming a doctor were hastily quashed by the thought of having to deliver patients’ newborns by pulling babies out of their throats. But if you had explained to me … Continue reading
Disclaimer: I am not an expert in sociology or human psychology. I am merely an individual who is passionate about advocating for social justice issues like gender equality. I feel like I’m going out on a limb here posting my … Continue reading
Master Michael Shy and meek, Rubs the grease off of each cheek; Working hard to say the least, ‘Cus angst can’t pay the bills. Now that Mister Michael’s on his black motorcycle And if looks could kill, He’d ride or die … Continue reading
Hey guys, I recently teamed up with my best friend Jenna Rovinelli for a radio documentary that sheds some light on my experiences being gay in a Catholic high school and striving for equality in a society that shames being anything … Continue reading
Here we are, High school masquerade. Feeling brave In this mascked charade. Dancing with a hot girl But I’ve spotted a cute guy. How do I look? How should I act? My oh my.
Let it in, Leave it out. Ambiguity is what it’s all about. Unfounded trust and white noise, The battlefield is calling you to duty But they’ll never know you like boys; It’s time to save yourself.