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Khoa Sinclair is a writer, artist, and fashion enthusiast. He is based in Denver and blogs about street style at . In his free time he enjoys thinking about his life mistakes and racking up credit debt.

Gay Men Explain Tampons

Hey everyone, a bit of a less serious post this week. I stumbled on this video a few days ago and found it be to so accurate. As a gay man I don’t have a clue when it comes to women’s products. ¬†This fun video features some gay men trying to explain tampons. Watch and laugh!

If I Have Gay Children: 4 Promises From a Christian Pastor/Parent

Hey everyone, this week I have a very touching repost. Many of us in the LGBT community may have grown up in a very religious household making it difficult for us to be yourself. This is a letter from a religious parent on the possibility of having gay children. Its a bit of a read but is totally worth it.


Sometimes I wonder if I’ll have gay children.

I’m not sure if other parents think about this, but I do — quite often.

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Thailand’s White Temple: A Must Go


Hey everyone, a bit of a different post today! There is a place in Thailand I recently came across in my studies for art class. I found Thailand’s White Buddhist Temple, which was built in 1997 by¬†Chalermchai Kositpipat. The artist is a very devout Buddhist but wants to re-see art for the modern world. Even before you enter the temple you’ll come across red skulls on traffic cones that emphasis a mystic feel. The temples website reads: Continue reading Thailand’s White Temple: A Must Go

SYTYCD Same Sex Romance Dance

I’m a huge fan of So You Think You Can Dance, so you can imagine how pleased I was when season 11’s top 4 (Valerie Rockey, Ricky Ubeda, Jessica Richens, and Zack Everhart Jr.) participated in a very moving, same sex dance routine. This routine went on the air during their Aug 27th showing. The four danced as same sex couples and choreographer, Travis Wall, wanted the dance to speak to the fight for marriage equality. You can watch the entire piece below.

Mills College Makes History

Mills Hall, Mills College, Oakland, CA

This all girls school isn’t afraid of change. For the first time in the schools 162 year history they will be accepting applications from individuals who identify as female. This California based college recently changed their admissions policy allowing for more applicants to apply. They are now saying that anyone who falls under the umbrella of self identification as a women is now allowed to attend the university. Those assigned female at birth but who transition to male while enrolled will also not reportedly be asked to leave the university.

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