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Premium Tuesday: Social Skills

Posted by in Gay Authors News, in Premium Tuesday 02 September 2014 - - - - - - · 72 views
Premium Tuesday, Social Skills and 1 more...

It's time for another look into the Premium Section of Gay Authors. As most people know, the Premium Section is our way of saying Thank You to those who help support Gay Authors by purchasing a Premium Subscription. There are quite a few stories that have either only posted in Premium or have been moved to Premium for one reason or another. This week, we...

The 2014 Virgin

Posted by in myself_i_must_remake's Blog, 01 September 2014 - - - - - - · 92 views

1. I’m going to try to make Sunday night (under whose aegis fall the wee hours of Monday morning) blog night, even though I posted my last entry on Tuesday. I want to limit/commit myself to one entry a week. Writing out my thoughts disentangles them, perhaps because I’m not sure I can fully feel and express an emotion at the same time. If I have it on pap...


Weekly Wrap Up!

Posted by in Gay Authors News, 31 August 2014 - - - - - - · 140 views

Hope everyone had a great week and for many, hope you are having a wonderful extended weekend!

Reminder: SonoLuminus has decided to participate in Light the Night, a walk to raise funds for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. She has dedicated her walk, and even named her team, in memory of Robert (aka Trebs) who passed away on August 7th after a long ba...

Some may ask

Posted by in podiumdavis' Blog, 30 August 2014 - - - - - - · 64 views

I'm sure many of you know how much I love poetry. But after watching this video this is what came to my mind. I absolutely love slam poetry and the way it expresses ones deepest of pains or desires. I'm not saying this poem above is an epic tale, but it's what my heart spoke from the other side. Hope you liked it.


Q Tips # 39 - Message

Posted by in carringtonrj's Blog, 26 August 2014 - - - - - - · 65 views

Communicate queerly.

I wanted to and that’s why I sent you messages.

What does it mean to me? Communicate queerly?

To me it means be: fluid, open, buoyant, changing, experimental, gentle, subtle, supple, flirtatious - not grubbily sexual, sensitive, imaginative, gender-adventurous, stylish, witty, playful, appreciative, thought-filled, dreamish, syr...

Winter Food

Posted by in Wolf At The Keyboard, 26 August 2014 - - - - - - · 95 views

It has become winter here. All of a sudden, overnight on Sunday just past, it has become winter. We seem to have run out of seasons and are down to just two: winter (which is wet: containing mists and drips, slithers and chills but isn't particularly cold) and summer (which was short and absolutely sweltering).

Yesterday, there seemed like nothing bette...


Queer As Folk

Posted by in wildone's Blog, 25 August 2014 - - - - - - · 109 views
QAF, American TV, Gay Marriage

Back in 2005 the US version of Queer As Folk went off the air. It had characters Ben and Michael getting married in Canada as it was the only place in North America to legally get married if you were same sex. Melanie and Lindsey moved to Toronto where they legally could be married and raise their son Gus, who would be 16 now I think. Also, Debbie and Car...

Better late than never!

Posted by in Stephanie L Danielson's Blog, 23 August 2014 - - - - - - · 56 views

Well, after 15 years a story of mine is finally being brought out to the forefront, dusted off, and is being edited for publication (hopefully by year end or Q1 of 2015)!

That said, I've hit the wall with another story that even I am struggling with next steps on. How does one overcome a boring section or huge brick wall in your story?

No Politics. Well, okay. (?)

Posted by in AdamP's Blog, 23 August 2014 - * * * * * · 219 views

I don't know what it is about politics that makes us all foam at the mouth. Sometimes--like the people who rubberneck at terrible auto accidents on the highway they're traveling--I can't keep myself from looking at the comments to political essays posted to the Internet, but most of the time it just depresses me. People are mean, hateful, and ignorant on...

Let's Predict the Near Future: uncensored edition

Posted by in jamessavik's Blog, 22 August 2014 - - - - - - · 115 views

We had a Let's Predict the Near Future thread. It was killed because unless your were joking, you couldn't help address political issues.

Politics comes from a Greek root word that means "of, for, or relating to citizens".

It's everywhere and it's difficult to have a substantial conversation without touching on it to some extent.

I find it very, very...

Almost 65 and smiling.

Posted by in Foster, 22 August 2014 - - - - - - · 125 views


I don't smile that often. Even when I do I wonder where that expression is coming from. And laughter is foreign to me. One of the reasons I am here just about every day is that GA draws from me a smile and laughter. And a few tears and concerns. 65 isn't the end of me.


Posted by in JohnAR's Blog, 22 August 2014 - - - - - - · 97 views

Dear all (or to the few who will read this ;-),

Thanks for joining me on my odd journey of writing about not so topsy wolf shifters ... While I'm stuck at MetaWolf Book IV I am following the old tradition of procrastination by doing something else which promises quick gratification.

In this case, I was admiring a photo which shows my perfect CE (see cha...

New Beginnings

Posted by in The River Song, 21 August 2014 - - - - - - · 105 views

With apologies to Bleu, from whom I stole the title of this blog shamelessly from one of his comments....

So it has been three weeks in the new job. There are good things, there are bad things. Let's start with the bad things, because it is by far the smaller list. The main thing is, that however much more money and status this job has, it is consider...

Over One Year

Posted by in Melancholy ... the broken staff of life, 20 August 2014 - - - - - - · 80 views

Can you believe it?

It’s been over a year since I posted Chapter 6 to Hercules III.

Well, Chapter 7 is coming out soon. It’s out of the laptop and ready to stand on its own. Other than extreme bipolar type 1 issues, the drugs for that have pretty well shot the shit out of my creative being. So, it takes time, a lot of time, but one year is too much.


Update: Saying Good-bye and An Unfortunately Sidetrack

Posted by in Methodwriter85's Blog, 17 August 2014 - - - - - - · 87 views

Hey guys,

I talked to Tim Saturday and he's doing as well as can be expected. He lucked out and was able to get the charges reduced to a misdemeanor after some cops were talked down. (It's good to know some cops, I guess.) He has a hearing to try and get his car back, and he'll have his hearing October 1st, but things are looking good for him, t...

It's not much.

Posted by in Arpeggio's Blog, 17 August 2014 - * * * * * · 158 views

First I read about Trebs, then Robbin Williams, I never knew how mortal I could feel until recently. You see, I never met either Robert or Robbin, but I feel the pain of loss of someone who was part of my life. I’m truly devastated.

But then I remember what John Green said about infinity:

They were both a part of my own infinity and I cannot word how th...

First Kiss

Posted by in Cole Matthews' Dark and Dusty History Corner, 16 August 2014 - * * * * * · 108 views

First Kiss

Imagine this:

You are seated with your fiancée in a movie theater in the late 1920’s. Your arm is around her but your eyes are drawn to the man sitting a few seats away. You’ve had these feelings your whole life, but you can’t act on them. It’s illegal. It’s immoral.

It’s wrong.

You played around with your best friend as a kid....

Race: Does the color of my skin really matter?

Posted by in Life is worth an entry, 15 August 2014 - - - - - - · 104 views

I'm not black, I'm not White. I am just a Chinese boy, who happens to like boys and is blind in one eye. Being gay and blind is already a rarity, race for me usually does not become a major subject. Yet, I know there is racism in the world; especially in the deep south.

My oldest childhood friend is black; we're both blind in one eye and we're both highl...

Two Felony Indictments Against Governor Rick Perry

Posted by in eon's Blog, 15 August 2014 - - - - - - · 87 views

The news media has just announced two felony indictments against Texas Governor Rick Perry. Misuse of state property and coercion of a public official.

Perry attempted to force an elected official (Travis County District Attorney, a Democrat) to resign following her arrest for driving while intoxicated. When she refused to do so, he threatened to veto a...

Life after Death

Posted by in KC's Blog, 15 August 2014 - - - - - - · 110 views

There was a guilty plea from the scum that broke into my mother’s grave, desecrated her body and stole the jewelry she had wanted to be buried with for eternity. The plea was quick and it spared my family from having to go through a long trial. Every time I feel like I’m finally starting to make peace with her death, I’m devastated all over again....

How Long Till It Feels Like Home?

Posted by in TetRefine's Blog, 14 August 2014 - - - - - - · 146 views

So I've been living here in my new place in the "new" city now for a month and a half. Everything that was new and exciting before has become routine and comfortable, and no longer has that "oh wow, this is so different" factor. And that I think is a good thing because it makes daily living more comfortable. Riding the subway, driving in insanely aggravat...

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