170: Lessons Learned From The Frugal Gay – Tom Brickman

What do you do when you just can’t find the way to make money doing your passion? You just keep doing it on the side until you find the way. Is it difficult? Challenging? Worth it? Yes, yes, and yes. Tom Brickman – known as The Frugal Gay – shares his insights on how to…

169: The Art Of Self-Forgiveness – Rick Clemons

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We all screw up. We all are too hard on ourselves and not in a good way. And, we all find it really hard to forgive ourselves. Well time to put that crap aside, and give yourself a spoonful of forgiveness and move on beyond whatever has got ya hung up. Here’s a few tips…

506: Gay and Banned From California – Robert C. Steele

Imagine being gay, and being institutionalized. Imagine being gay and being jailed for being gay. Nothing to imagine, this is reality. The reality of being gay in the 1950’s, just a little over 70 years ago, this was our LGBTQ reality. Robert C. Steele, captures Jim Foshee story in the book he authored, Banned From…

494: Write Your Stories Your Way – Gregory L. Norris

We all have our story. We live our story daily. And, some of us take our stories, and the stories in our heads and turn them into our passion purpose…as a an author, with thousands of pages of articles and books. Gregory L. Norris is that person, a gay author who writes the stories that…

487: How To Have A Blessed Gay – Tyler Martin

One of 6 children. Surrounded by a family of pastors. Drawn to theater. Is it any wonder why one might be GAY? Well bless your heart. When grow up in White Settlement, Texas (yes that is a for real city deep in the heart of Texas), and you’re called (he hates that term BTW) to…

486: Why National Coming Out Day Matters – Rick Clemons

It happens every October 11th, since 1988 – National Coming Out Day. The day was founded in 1988 by Richard Eichberg, a psychologist and Jean O’Leary, a gay rights activist, to raise awareness of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and its civil rights movement. They chose October 11th to mark the anniversary…