I did not plan on writing about this topic, but I read these two articles about recent LGBT teen suicides with sadness, anger and a sense of wanting to wrap my arms around all LGBT youth and protect them for the big, bad world that we live in.
It is officially "autumn" as of yesterday, but this weekend is supposed to have summerlike temperatures. I want to put out my pumpkin spice and cranberry scented candles but it just doesn’t seem to mesh with 80 degree temperatures outside. Let's see what fun we can have in this nice weather.
There is never a shortage of things to do, which keeps people like me who write these gay social-type columns in business. San Diego is no exception to this, so here are half a dozen ways you can get out and be seen on the scene.
At 16, Joshua Scarpuzzi came out to his family and was promptly kicked out of his house. Then his family sent him to a Mormon "re-education camp" in Montana for a year. Despite all that, he has learned forgiveness and wants to share his stories with other young LGBT youths.