gay diaspora


It’s been so hot in NYC that I developed a heat rash on my face, neck and back. It looked so bad that I had to leave work.

I’ve never had heat rash before, but my doc confirmed it. I was prescribed meds.

Anyways, my fiancé wasn’t about to let my fears about my skin and a rash stop him from being all over me. “You can’t give me your rash, so scoot over!” With air conditioner on blast we fell asleep and I woke up earlier than him but his heavy ass was hard to push off ❤️😂😉


Who says gay men and lesbians can’t get along?? We are co workers, openly gay and lesbian working in non profit , all with Masters Degrees.
We live our truth because even in today’s world it can be unsafe to be out of the closet at work or home.
We are blessed.


Celebrating life!

So much hatred in the world and as a Black, gay, HIV positive man I’ve endured a lot of discrimination and hatred.

However I chose to be better-not bitter!

I will not apologize for who and what I am.

As I approach turning 50 in 2017, I’ve learned a lot about life and myself: I’m a survivor!

I will always remember how I felt when Grace Jones, walked into Barnes and Noble bookstore, at Union Square, in NYC for her book signing. I was awe struck❤️❤️❤️

She was late, but her energy and beauty made up for her tardiness.

When it was my turn to walk up to her to sign my book, I marveled at her flawless complexion, and even though she was tipsy, her sincerity and appreciation for her fans was so obvious ! We had small talk, but there was a long line behind me, so I had to quickly leave.