The World Is Definitely Changing…


I rarely watch reality TV, but there are a few shows that I love and adore.

One of them is So You Think You Can Dance?  I love dancing, and I do not dance nearly enough in my life, in the day, during the week, etc.

The other one is American Idol.  I happen to love singing, and in my life I was in two choirs; my high school choir and a nationally known, Manhttan-based singing group.

Currently on American Idol, Season XIII, one of the contestants is openly Lesbian MK Nobilette.

I was especially excited when MK told the panel of judges (Harry Connick, Jr., Jennifer Lopez, and Keith Urban) that she is openly Gay and that she feels the world is changing, and that because of this, the public may be more receptive to an openly Gay contestant appearing on the show.

As soon as she finished saying that, Jennifer Lopez echoed MK’s words, about the world being in the process of changing , and then informed her that she is going to be one of the top 15 girls.  As of this writing, MK Nobilette is also one of the Top Ten Girls in the competition.

Personally, I wish MK Nobilette the very best, and may the Divine Great Mystery move her forward with success.

Before I close, I wish to acknowledge all of my newest blog followers.  They are: “JoshMcEwan,” “maxglitz,” “glutenfreepsd,” “kate caudillo,” “incomeblogger,” and “Mr. Smith.”  Also, I wish to welcome “gangrel_pri,” “cjohn819,” “writer_mike,” “stormstarterzerozero,” and “ray.”

May all of you and yours receive Divine Radiance, Divine Prosperity and Divine Peace from following “This Gay Man’s Life.”

And for those of you who are already following and reading “This Gay Man’s Life…” thank you for honoring who you are and what you do, and for honoring who I AM and what I do.double venus rainbow flag-500x500

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Moving Forward…


After one day, I AM already experiencing great feedback on “This Gay Man’s Life…”

Thank you to my newest blog followers, THE Holly Troy (http://holly-troy.com), Lillian Druve, and Josh McEwan, and all of you that have been spreading the word.

Also in the short time, this blog has been in existence, I have noticed that I have become a tad hypersensitive about it, which tells me “This Gay Man’s Life…” is more Sacred to me than I may have realized.

Last night, I sent an Email about it to all the Gay Men in my Email address book, and only one recipient replied to it, in spite of having major health issues, such as bronchitis.  And yes, part of me is like, “And to the ones that are healthy and well?  What is their excuse?”

Also, two hours ago, I sent a mass message, via Facebook, to all the Gay Men on my Facebook friend list, and not one person commented.  Four people sent a “thumbs-up” symbol, and five left the conversation.

The Psychic Astrologer part of me is remembering that there are certain Astrological Transits that may be, for lack of a better term or phrase, interfering from having the Love for this blog, be received on my end and given on theirs.

Am I criticizing?  No.  I AM ranting?  Not much.  My logical Mind is crystal clear that there are a multitude of reasons why the forty-five other Email recipients have yet to reply, as well as the fifty-some-odd Facebook friends.

And so, I AM being led to consider that perhaps the launch was ill-timed, but as Gay Men, when do we do things that are perfectly timed?  In other words, is there a truly right time to stand for marriage equality, for kindness and acceptance (notice I do not use the word “tolerance.”  My personal view is love me or leave me alone.  Drastic, perhaps, but I would rather be accepted or left alone, as opposed to tolerated).

Nonetheless, this blog is also an opportunity for me to more deeply connect with my Gay Male Essence, and that DOES NOT require the approval of others, especially other Gay Men.

Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, for honoring who you are and what you do.  And thank you for giving me the opportunity to make a difference in your lives.flag_grunge_wall_rainbow

Where We Are…


Now more than ever, Gay Men and Lesbians, as well as Bisexual and Transgendered people are experiencing more opportunity and more freedom.  Dare I be so bold as to write (as opposed to say), more equality, as well.

But we have far to go, and more to do.

There are some issues that have become more recent: the assaults and terrorizing of Gay Men in Russia, during the Olympics, as well as marriage equality, and there are some that have been around for a while, such as being portrayed correctly and accurately in Hollywood.

I mean, really, how many motion pictures can continue to portray us, almost always, if not always, as hairdressers, cross dressers and child molesters, as opposed to attorneys, bankers, etc.

Personally, I have met many Gay Men who are hairdressers, cross dressers, but have also met Gay Men and Lesbians who are bankers, counselors, teachers, business owners, construction workers, and more.  Not every Gay Man is a professional hairdresser, make up artist, cross dresser, and there are more than a few that work in other fields and industries.

Some of us are even professional Psychics.

Perhaps this blog is unnecessary, but I felt that my friend deserved better treatment, and given how many of our fellow Gay Men are not treated fairly, kindly, equally, then perhaps there is a greater need for this blog than I may realize.

All in all, my fellow Gay Men, I think that all of us need to be nicer to ourselves and each other.

Before I close, I wish to Lovingly acknowledge THE Rev. Yolanda (www.yolanda.net) for being the first to comment on “This Gay Man’s Life…” as well as “Damyanti” for being my very first blog follower of “This Gay Man’s Life…”

Thank you, both, so very much for honoring who you are and what you do, and for honoring who I AM and what I do.

Thank you for reading my blog, and thank you for honoring who you are and what you do.

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A Brand New Blog…


Recently, a good friend that I met, via a social media app for Gay Men, had an unpleasant experience that he met via another Gay Male social media app (no, I shall not name names, but I want to!), and it caused me to feel great anger.

Ironically, it was from that anger that this blog was born.

The name of this blog is “This Gay Man’s Life…”

I feel that this blog shall help me connect more deeply with my own Gayness, or Gay Male Nature, and perhaps create more Love and Brotherhood between our fellow Gay Men, and others that are not Gay Men.

Well, that is my ideal intention, but perhaps some more kindness and acceptance (not tolerance) shall also come about this blog.

I have no idea how often I shall post, but at least once a week, or whenever time allows, or as the Spirit moves me.

As I only received the idea for this blog on Sunday, February 16, 2014.  As such, it is a work in progress.

For those of you that are fellow Gay Men, I look forward to your comments, your suggestions, your ideas.

And if you are a Lesbian, Bisexual man or woman, a Transgendered individual, Questioning, or any other category I may have missed, you are also more than welcome to submit a comment, an idea, a suggestion, etc.

And for those of you who are straight, and especially allies to Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgendered people, or who are predominantly straight, you may also submit a comment, suggestion, idea, etc.

Thank you for honoring who you are and what you do.  And thank you for honoring who I AM and what I do, too.rainbow_flag_1978_nov_drapeau_bandiera_bandeira_flagga-1969px