Tag: gay criticism
Reneging on My Six… Maybe
A while back, I wrote I was a counter-phobic, sexual six. If you’re not an enneagram nerd like myself, no, I’m not having sex with six people. In short, a sexual six is scared and presents courageous to prove to themself and others they’re able to beat anything. I promise I’m getting to sappy, personal…
No Man’s Land
In Lady Montague’a “Turkish Embassy Letters” she describes a people group in South Eastern Europe, during the Ottoman Empire. They existed between Islamic nations and Christian nations. Out of fear, they kept both holy days, refusing to work on both Friday’s and Sunday’s. I resonate with that—binding yourself to fear so intimately you live in…
Gluten and Genocide
Fact: gluten sensitivity has been on the rise in recent years. Fact: scientists still are unsure of the cause of this. Fact: bacterial DNA has been injected into the majority of our plants. This genetic modification creates pores, resulting in the stomach exploding. Fact: one of the number one issues related to gluten sensitivity is…
Part 2. – Mack, Colorado
Part two of quitting my job and traveling, in hopes to find answers.
Part 1. – Sierra Vista, Arizona
Part one of quitting my job and traveling, in hopes to find answers.
A Criticism of Gay Culture by a Gay Man
“Don’t end up with a dude, Zach. They’re all terrible!” Matt blurted as Zach and I sat on the couch, drinking martinis. Matt and Zach are roommates, gay/bi (respectably), and not partners. In fact, when Matt introduces Zach to his gay friends, it normally goes something like this: “So-and-so, meet Zach, my roommate. No, we…