Autism Awareness Month: “Autism in Love”

Sorry that I have been MIA for a while. From December to March, I had been on holiday in Europe. I was mostly with Perseus and his family, but did travel around a bit as well. My travels will be documented in another post sometime. April is Autism Awareness Month, and in being so, Netflix…

Advice on Talking To Celebrities: Never Tweet Sitcom Antiques

I had reservations about writing this particular post. My boyfriend, Perseus, urged me to “stop trolling” and write about something else, but I really can’t shake it off. If I just wait for the time when it stops bothering me, I’ll only end up wishing I had written the post (solely because I hold grudges longer…

Dreams: Tom Daley & the Permanent Marker Fail

Dreams What are dreams? Back when I was in 6th grade, I had to read numerous books on mythology for a handwritten 26-page report, including The Sorcerer’s Companion: A Guide to the Magical World of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Besides being very keen on Harry Potter and the magical world,…

My Regrets: The Time I Shafted My Mother

regret (ri’ gret) noun :a feeling of sadness, repentance, or disappointment over something that has happened or been done, especially a loss or missed opportunity I’ve always claimed that I live with no regrets. Everything I have (and haven’t) done is what put me where I am today. Regrets are for those who aren’t happy how…

What Is This Feeling?: The Rocky Road Through My First Gay Crush

Every gay guy gets asked this. And often, they don’t have an answer. What sort of questions would instill a sense of speechlessness from a gay individual? Did you always know you’re gay? Honestly, I am somewhat disappointed that none of my friends have questioned me on this topic. But it’s not like I would…

Blog Short: The Reluctance of Saying “Yes”

The Story of Boob My BFF Boob has been engaged for over a year with her live-in boyfriend, Adam. They had moved away together after graduating college to Indianapolis and had decent jobs there and felt comfortable with each other to the point of even getting a dog together. I never met the guy, but…

June 26: The Gay Holy Day (And My Birthday) #LoveWins

The News As the entire gay community knows, on the 26th of June 2015, the Supreme Court had a 5-4 ruling in favor for the right of same-sex marriage across the country. It literally broke the internet on all formats and mediums. One of the first public posting on Facebook I saw was the Human…

Weasley Is Our King: Real Keeper (Cheerleader Parody)

Real Keeper A “Cheerleader” by OMI Parody Lyrics When I need someone lazy My one solution is my king Ronald Weasley Yeah, yeah He is always in my corner Right there with his Scabbers All these other boys are tempting But they’re def’ly no cigar And they say [Pre-Hook:] Do you need me? Do you think…

What’s Your Number: Does Your Lover Count Matter?

Anna Faris and Chris Evans star in the 2011 film What’s Your Number?. Above is a trailer that practically tells you the whole story, as well as how star-studded the cast is! The list includes Andy Samberg, Martin Freeman, Dave Annabelle, Zachary Quinto, and Chris Pratt. But as lush as the male lineup is, the subject…

Blog Short: Is A Courtesy After-Sex Text Necessary?

** This will be the first installment of my shorter blog posts about topics I had been inspired by through life experiences, movies or general conversations with people. They aren’t information-heavy, but purely thought-provoking. Future similar posts will be under Categories/Tags: Blog Shorts. After quietly exiting Phoenix’s house, I pulled out the driveway and started…

You Shall Not Pass (Judgement): The Great Sir Ian McKellen

On 2 June 2015, HuffPost Gay Voices published an interview with the legendary Sir Ian McKellen. June being Pride Month, McKellen has a busy month ahead of him. Notably, on June 15th, McKellen will be honored with the Trevor Project’s Trevor Hero Award and on June 28th, he’ll serve as one of four Grand Marshals…

Stop Being Awkward!: Diary of An Aspie-Lover

Every Wednesday, I drive my sister Rose and nephews to the public library. The closest library is not even a 5-minute drive from the house, so it’s not a strenuous act of kindness from my part. On one Wednesday, we didn’t get a chance to go to the library earlier in the day so we…