1080

Going into fifth grade my Father married our Stepmother and we moved into the city. Calling Slocomb a city is like calling Dothan “Birmingham”. Trust me, that killed in Alabama. We’d been living on my Father’s bosses property in a trailer that belonged to us. We had love if nothing else. When our Stepmother enteredContinue reading “1080”

Gon-e

I met Ron Jeremy at the FAIRFIELD INN in Dothan. There was a Courtyard right next door. …..Budgets. I had not seen any of his movies but I had seen Orgazmo. (*Have not. Woof) I knew I recognized him, which I’m sure he gets a LoT. He said, “I’m an actor.” Kinda defensively. I didn’tContinue reading “Gon-e”

Mrs. Nicks

When I was 17, there were men who bothered me that backed all the way off the moment I hit 18. They couldn’t know this, but I was personally offended. No, people get hotter as they age. That is so gross, and you are so backwards. I’m behaving. Hold the Frisbee. Christopher Meloni.

Warm

Everyday of my life I am grateful that my Stepmother was an old-school Woman who gave “no fucks” about anyone’s nonsense. She just sent me a message that says “Don’t trust anyone.” You know I don’t. God, I love that woman. Because she knows. And I don’t. I really don’t. Trust is for Falls andContinue reading “Warm”

Toxic Masculinity in Homosexual Men

For a long time I have been on the scent of something foul. I knew that it existed but I couldn’t figure out how to bring it up. The world has paired women and queer men together like they are the same; they are not. Homosexual men can display more prejudice against women than heterosexualContinue reading “Toxic Masculinity in Homosexual Men”