I’ve been writing columns for local LGBT publications for more than a decade and sometimes it’s just really hard to think of topics to write about.
Sometimes, I’m fired up or excited about something and my fingers work magic and whip something out in minutes. Other times I sit for hours trying to think of something that will resonate with readers and get people talking.
Age is a funny thing. Many people make such a big deal about growing older, when really it’s something that should be celebrated. By the time next month’s column is printed, I will have aged another year, turning 36 and hitting the second half of my 30s.
Award-winning political humorist Kate Clinton will be officiating the nuptials and after the ceremony, the entire town will become one big party for the participants as they join in with other activities planned for Women’s Week.
The tired arguments like “PrEP is just a license to be promiscuous” resurfaced and it seemed that everyone who was chiming in suddenly were experts on virus transmission, prescription drugs, and medicine in general. People shared all sorts of information, much of it incorrect, and using that information to tell others how to live their lives.