Gender Multiplicity July 2, 2019 – Posted in: Collective Well-Being

In intimate conversation with my lovers, I have always contended that those that I am sexually attracted to are a completely separate and unique gender existing outside the widely accepted binary concept of gender. They are men who are wholly masculine however they are hard-wired to be wholly sexually receptive in a similar way to heterosexual women. My believe is that is but one of the multitude of variations perfectly natural in nature. My lovers…

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Pride 2019 – Let’s Celebrate Our Chosen Families June 26, 2019 – Posted in: Collective Well-Being, Relationship Well-Being

Billie Porter, Sista, Thank You for Saying. It is Pride season. It is a celebration of the journey to Acceptance for the LGBTQ+ community. A celebration of Self-Acceptance, of Social Acceptance, of Political Acceptance. It is a time to celebrate of where we have come from, a time to celebrate of how far we have come, a time to celebrate of how far we intend to go. This pride however let us make space to…

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Bottoms on Top Rock March 12, 2019 – Posted in: Collective Well-Being

We are in a very cool point in time where gifted Bottom Gay Boys are out and proud, creating pop music on Drama, Hookups and Fabulosity that has the whole world rocking. Go Girls! You Top! Snap Snap Snap! If You’re over Me – Years & Years Promises – Sam Smith Me, Myself & I – Blonde  

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Supporting Your Rise of Confidence & Grace to Glory February 26, 2019 – Posted in: Collective Well-Being

 Our arm is here and our only place & purpose is to support your rise of Confidence & Grace to Glory. It makes a man feel good about himself. ConfidentU congratulates Regina King on her win of Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the 2019 Oscars, in a pivotal role of the first film adaptation of a work by one of the greatest gay artists of All Time, James Baldwin, ‘If Beale Street…

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The Situation in Bamako – Let’s Help Our Sisters November 28, 2018 – Posted in: Collective Well-Being

Back in September, a friend went home to Guinea in Africa for a visit. Whilst he was there, he sent me a couple of deeply disturbing clips that had been sent to him of what was going on in the capital of Mali, Bamako. They were video footage of two incidents, that can only be described as a public lynching of a transgender woman and a young gay man. My friend sent me the clips…

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Our Sisters are Dying. What Are We Going to Do About it? January 15, 2018 – Posted in: Collective Well-Being

In 2017 over 28 transgender people were murdered in the US, according to the Human Rights Campaign Report. A disproportionate number of these were transgender women of colour. The report argues that their unique intersection of racism, sexism, homophobia and transphobia conspire to deprive them of employment, housing, healthcare and other necessities, barriers that make them especially vulnerable. In 2016 there were 23 deaths. How do we turn the rising tide? A lot of progress has… Continue reading