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Pride & Pride Festivals

It’s been forever since I have written a blog post. Life has been busy, and that’s a good thing! As I write this post, I am happily engaged and gonna get married in 73 days! A lot has been on … Continue reading

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Lent: My first Lent as Lutheran

Last year, on Easter Sunday, I left The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormon). As I was walking out the door, to head to the bus stop to head to the Metro. I put in my Letter of … Continue reading

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Why I left the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

A few days before Easter Sunday, I messaged on a Facebook Group “Queer For Christ-DC”, asking about some LGBTQ friendly churches, because I wasn’t going to go back to my LDS Singles Ward in Crystal City, Virginia. There were many … Continue reading

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Accepting My “Gayness”… A Year Later, and More

I remember coming out, on June 27th, well Facebook time stamped it June 28th. It was very early in the morning, probably midnight. I remember, how sacred I was when I would wake up to prepare for work, the reactions … Continue reading

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Gay-aversery: One Year Later, a Year in Review

As I begin to write this, so much is on my mind. It has been a year, since I came out, publically over social media.  I remember a year ago, at this time, I was laying on my bed, in … Continue reading

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Capital Pride 2015 – Thoughts, Feelings, and Reactions

This weekend, the Nations Capital (that’s Maryland, DC, and Virginia) celebrated Capital Pride. For me, it was very, very,  very first Capital Pride. And yes, I had a fabulous time! I didn’t get a chance to make it to the Sunday … Continue reading

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April 28, 2015 A Day that Shall Make History Books… My Day at the United States Supreme Court – Thoughts/Feelings/Impressions

On Tuesday, April 28, 2015, I was lucky enough to have a scheduled day off work so that I could attend a very history, and momentous event down at the United States Supreme Court. Yesterday, I arose that the early … Continue reading

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