Here are some links to some of my favorite places on the world wide web...
This page is named after my favorite show on National Public Radio
Excerpts from his greatest work. "His power came from some great reservoir of spiritual life else it could not have been so universal and so potent, but the majesty and beauty of the language with which he clothed it were all his own." -- Claude Bragdon
A great blog and resource by my favorite SGL married couple, Juan and Gee Sessions-Smalls. This now famous couple share their advice on relationships and as the title implies, what works for them.
If you've ever wondered about who are the gay and bi-sexual men who have had a powerful influence on the world we live in today, look no further than this wonderful blog that features thoughtful and well documented biographies of contemporary and historical figures who were also gay.
"We represent that segment of people previously unspoken for. We rep for the nerds, we rep for the goons, we rep for the gamers, we rep for the hipsters, we rep for the selective consumers, we rep for the counter-culture, we rep for the freethinkers, we rep urban men of all colors, shapes, ages and sexualities…"
A thought provoking blog by a man who's clearly a kindred spirit of mine.
A blog by an active duty SGL U.S. Marine. Captain Matthew Phelps shares his coming out story both before and after the era of DADT and details of his newly married life in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Not your average Tumblr blog... Although it features some beautiful (and explicit) photo content, the best part of the blog is straightforward, common sense advice given by "Kev" the author who readily responds to his readers questions about being gay.
A very literate, interesting and entertaining blog which it's author describes as "a collection of that which I love and want to share." It includes vintage photographs of men together (and sometimes women) circa 1880 to 1950, paired with poetry, fiction, letters, lyrics and his own writing.
A blog written by Lewis Breland, a young man examining life and being gay from the perspective of a religious upbringing and an atheist awakening.
A fantastic Tumblr picture blog of SGL couple photos collected from across the web doing well, what the name implies.
A thoughtful YouTube vlog chronicling the life of Jay and Bryan, a happily married Northern California couple with children.
Perhaps the most well written, intelligent and scholarly blog on the web discussing GLBT/SGL issues, news and events.
A blog that states its about... "getting better at being human." Insightful and philosophical discussions about almost everything.
News and Information of Interest to SGL People and Their Allies:
A news site dedicated to reporting on news and events of importance to GLBT people.
NPR features insightful reporting on issues of the day from a middle-of-the-road perspective. Regular features include news on arts and entertainment, sports, politics, world news, music and the namesake of this page, the program, All Things Considered.
SGL Arts and Entertainment:
This London based gallery features some of the best contemporary gay-themed fine art in the world.
A tasteful and entertaining comic strip by James Asal Jr. featuring "the existentially thrilling adventures of two married forty-something men." I often reflect that married life really is like Adam and Andy's travails.
The website of the late Steve Walker, one of the most prolific and talented artists to ever capture the essence of the SGL experience on canvas. His works powerfully influenced my coming out and my outlook on life. The beautiful images he left for us were the motivation for my daily feature, "The Artist's Corner..."
News and information from the White House regarding President Obama's support for LGBT people.
A website tracking gay homophobes and hypocrites in positions of power and influence.
This site follows the struggle around the world to decriminalize same-sex relationships.
Interesting photos and commentary about my home, the City of Detroit, Michigan, USA.
Remember the 1970s?
* An Easter egg is an intentional hidden message, inside joke, or feature in a work such as a computer program, movie, book, or crossword. According to game designer Warren Robinett, the term was coined at Atari by personnel who were alerted to the presence of a secret message which had been hidden by Robinett in his already widely distributed game, Adventure. The name has been said to evoke the idea of a traditional Easter egg hunt.