I sit in my dim lighted living room and draw blank thoughts as I sort through the scattered papers on the floor. I come across a crumbled piece of yellow paper folded between two unopened letters. Puzzled by the paper in my hand, I open it and immediately recognize my own handwriting.
I am flooded with memories as I read these words… Read the rest of this entry
My words only seem to cause you more pain. I don’t know how to love you. I want so desperately to know how to make this right and yet I can’t. I’m lost in a world of past pain and regret. Read the rest of this entry
Several weeks ago I was sitting on my living couch flipping through the channels in search of something to distract my mind from thoughts of work and the exhausting day I had. As I paused to look at my phone, I saw that a friend of mine posted on her Facebook page, “We accept the love we think we deserve.” Immediately I remembered a trailer I saw for the movie “The Perks of Being a Wall Flower” where I first heard the line. And as I read the words, I was reminded how profound a statement I felt it was the first time I heard it. Read the rest of this entry
I have to admit that I’ve grown to love watching VLOGs in the last couple of weeks. It’s really inspiring to see people share their stories and thoughts on life, love, and everything in between. I came across this video last week and immediately felt connected to what Cameron J. was saying about loving yourself and becoming ready to love another person. Read the rest of this entry
So last night as I was searching through my youtube feed for updated covers from some of my favorite youtube artists, I came across this video. I recently subscribed to Kevin Dwayne‘s youtube channel because of his video, The Single Life…Choice or Happenstance? and really felt what he was saying about being a single man and realizing that in many ways it’s a personal choice. Most of us aren’t single because we’re unattractive or no one wants us, but rather we don’t want those that want us. Read the rest of this entry
Well first and foremost, I must admit I’m a super kinky, super lusty animal with surreal abilities. This is mostly due to the fact of how open minded and erotic I can be, or so I’ve been told.
I can remember my ex and I would go in for the kill a la kink mode.
You name it. We did it. Read the rest of this entry
In an age where the awareness of the increase of people infected with H.I.V. is everywhere, I wonder about those that live with it in secrecy. Now, I know that this is a touchy subject for many but at the same time I have found myself in more situations than I would like to disclose where someone I knew who was positive was having sexual relations with others without disclosing their status. Read the rest of this entry
Reflected in his eyes,
softly strokes my hair,
lightly kisses my lips,
buries itself in the depths of my soul as it
worships my breast. Read the rest of this entry
Its Friday, June 24 and as the rest of New York is laying in wait surrounding the decision regarding gay marriage, I find myself out for a night on the town with my friends in the West Village for pride weekend. As I look around at the crowded bar, I’m awakened from my daze by my best friend who yells in my ear, “they passed it.” I instinctively asked him what he was talking about and was then told that New York City passed gay marriage.
I’m not going to lie. I yelled at the top of my lungs and was extremely happy that so many gay and lesbian couples in New York City could finally get married. But at the same time, I found myself a little numb to the whole experience. As I walked along the West Village, I saw so many people cheering and in tears at the news, but found myself unmoved by it at the same time.
But that wasn’t until it sank in. [Continue reading at Being Latino Online Magazine]