An Open Letter to the NCAA

(A recent Facebook post by our current mayor, Maher Maso prompted me to write my letter today.) Let me start by saying, that my adopted home of Frisco is one of the best cities to live in (not just by my standards, but by organizations that analyze these types of claims). While this letter may appear […]

Gay Football, What?

Disclaimer: I am not a sports person, and I don’t know all the correct terms for football, or for most sports for that matter. I’m happy with that, and it is with a great level of discomfort that I venture into this sports-world. As the title may suggest, this post has to do with athletes […]

Ciao Barilla

I am not a big proponent of boycotts. I tend to think that they don’t work, but when a business comes out as anti-gay, anti-woman, etc. I try to at least do my part to support that. I do believe businesses have the right to hold beliefs based on their owners, and those businesses live […]

Why I marched

On October 11, 2009, I marched the streets of Washington D.C. as part of the National Equality March. I didn’t march just for the visibility that over a hundred thousand people would bring to the streets of our Capitol. I also didn’t march for the speakers that would greet us at the Capitol Building. Nor did […]