“You’ve already shared the locker room with men who have had sex with other men. This much is true. Whether you know about it or not, whether they tell you about it or not, whether or not you accept it, whether or not it’s you personally, you have already stripped naked, stood naked, scratched naked and showered naked in front of men who have sex with men.”
“Thank you, every single dead soul who endured unimaginable hardship to make [Barack Obama’s] historic inauguration day possible. The Africans who were kidnapped from their villages, marched across Africa, ferried across the sea, unloaded off the ships and sold into a life of slavery in America, those Africans are all dead; but they’re descendants are now in good hands, and life is only going to get better from here to eternity.”
I used to feel bad for wanting to cheerlead, until I felt pride for how I became a cheerleader.
I used to feel bad for being a fag, until I understood how I became homosexual.
I used to feel bad for acquiring HIV, until I forgave myself for how I became HIV positive.
I used to think I was bad for a lot of things, until I realized I’m all good.
“A provocative compelling tome that is decidedly not politically correct. [The story] adds up to a morality tale that basically asks the reader: is violence ever justified?”
by Randy Boyd
“A psychotic little pulp novel about Kordell Christie, a square gay businessman who becomes part of a mystery that involves mind control and a place called the Facility where there are drug-enhanced masturbation machines.”
on The Devil Inside
“Here’s to the day when a kid can be honest with himself and the world from the moment he conceives of himself as a lover of men, and be afforded the exact same chance as every other kid to have a successful career in professional basketball, football or baseball, without one single atom wasted, harassing him for being who he is.”
—from Walt Loves the Bearcat
“I’m going to dream of all the NFL coaches learning to live with or deal with or tolerate or accept without judgment or open their hearts to all players regardless of sexual orientation.
“It may seem like an unrealistic, child-like dream, but I remember a little boy who once dreamed his city would someday get a football team and do great things, even though the odds were stacked against his city and his dream.”
If you were living with HIV/AIDS, would you tell your family and friends?
If you were living with HIV/AIDS, would you tell the world?
HIV-P.O.V. Week, a whole week dedicated to HIV-P.O.V., a blog column now and forever at Randy Boyd’s Blocks.