Insight on the Infamous “Gay Agenda”
May23

Insight on the Infamous “Gay Agenda”

The “Gay Agenda” is defined as what the mainstream gay culture wants “gay” to look like in the public eye. The stereotype for the Gay Agenda is that all gay people have to act a certain way and look a certain way for whatever category or as Grindr puts it, “tribe”, that you fall into physically. This could be bear, twink, jock, nerd, poz, trans etc. Grindr has had a major effect on the Gay Agenda...

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A Healthy Look at Lust
May23

A Healthy Look at Lust

The topic of lusts arises faster than my hard-on but falls even quicker than an exploration of the subject. We have lots of arousals, enticing sweeteners, visual and sensory stimuli to keep us thirsty and hungry, attaining drips of pleasure from the soup of lust, whilst remaining starving for the nourishment that this desire can bring. Sexual energy is the fire that moves the human to action, the earth in motion, and life to pervade...

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The Struggle of the Small-Town Gay
May22

The Struggle of the Small-Town Gay

Photo Credit: Love, Sex & L.A. In 2016, why is it still “not acceptable” to put yourself out there and flaunt your homosexual self in all or most circumstances? From a smaller-town perspective in the thriving gay community down South, it’s (unfortunately) still socially unacceptable to deviate from the “norm.” So, how do we make our small-town homosexual selves excited about our sexuality without...

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The Politics of Sex By Jake Jaxson
Aug27

The Politics of Sex By Jake Jaxson

The Politics of Sex By Jake Jaxson “The time has come for all good men to rise above principle.” Huey Long Governor, Louisiana 1928 to 1932 Growing up, I was told there were three things you don’t discuss in “polite society” — politics, religion, and sex. And that was always odd to me because that’s all people talked about in South Louisiana. It was part of our everyday lives — live,...

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