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#RocOut: Christopher Coles

I’m joined today by Christopher Coles- poet, sign-language interpreter, and civil rights activist.   SG: Thank you for joining me this interview for National Coming Out Day. I wanted to talk with you about your coming out story, and share... Continue Reading →

#RocOut: Brian & Dan

Thank you for joining me for the third National Coming Out Day interview. As mentioned previously, October 11th is National Coming Out Day (October is also LGBTQ History month in the U.S.) and it so important we embrace who we... Continue Reading →

#RocOut: Chloe Corcoran

Thank you for joining me in this month-long interview series for National Coming Out Day!   I had the pleasure of interviewing Chloe Corcoran, a friend, leader, speaker and volunteer. SG: Thank you for joining me for today’s interview. CC:... Continue Reading →

#RocOut: Richie and Kosal Gelser

Thank you for joining me for the first #RocOut article! National Coming Out Day (October 11th) is just around the corner, and I want to feature some Rochester-area LGBTQ residents.   This first interview features Richie and Kosal Gelser, a... Continue Reading →

Las Vegas

Tonight's article was going to be very different. With National Coming Out Day coming up on October 11th, I'm featuring people on my website who have come out, and want to share their stories, and advice for those who want... Continue Reading →

Rev. Vernice Warfield

As I stood at the Black Lives Matter rally on Monday evening, with my friend Chloe, I couldn't help but think about Rev. Vernice Warfield, and what she might say if she was to address the group gathered.Rev. Warfield passed... Continue Reading →

Meal Prep- a Step Towards Mindfulness

On Mother's Day, I noticed that my dad had lost quite a bit of weight. Due to needing a surgical procedure, he was on a limited diet. Finding out that he weighed less than I did (and he's taller than... Continue Reading →

Happy Pride, Rochester!

This week, we celebrate Pride in Rochester! There are a lot of Pride events happening, and you can check them out here. I marched in my first Pride parade when I was 21. Shortly after I started coming out, I attended... Continue Reading →

#BlackLivesMatter 

(Originally published on Facebook, July 8, 2016; post edited) If you are shocked, saddened, angry, etc. at the incidents in Dallas- police officers shot and killed, but not about Alton Sterling, Philando Castile and other black lives taken, then you... Continue Reading →

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