So I’ve been meaning to pay a visit to the San Francisco VIP Pride Party at City Hall for a few years now. I did this year as a part of my Pride festivities and I was really impressed and had a great time. The VIP Party gets a big thumbs up from me and a grade of A for sure.
As a Colorado native I could not be happier to report on such an occasion! This year has been amazing in terms of LGBT rights and it seems like soon enough (or hopefully) all the states will allow same sex marriage.
So I just wanted to say happy 4th July of to everyone in the U.S. It’s funny and cool that I have to say that because we get readers from all over the world on QL. Click the link below to read my Independence Day message to our readers and supporters and get a look at my hot guy for July. :-)
The streets are closed and Pink Wednesday is under full swing. I’ve been coming to San Francisco Pride for 17 years and I never get tired of the energy and the excitement.
It’s Pride weekend in San Francisco and the City will be alive with visitors, parties, and celebration. Pride is a beautiful thing. It’s empowering. It’s energizing. It’s eclectic. We have so much to be proud about.
Truth. Love. Equality. These are powerful, global forces for good that can, and have, moved mountains of bigotry and hate. If you have been following the news out of Porterville lately you know there are are some ugly, hateful forces at work there. A former resident, who lives in Seattle now, reached out to me about a petition she started about Cameron Hamilton resigning and asked me to share it. So I am. :-)
Well the NBA Finals are finally here. Game1 was last night and the San Antonio Spurs held home court advantage by defeating the Miami Heat. This is shaping up to be a classic series with the talent, the rematch angle, and the seeming tension that is growing between these two dynasty-worthy franchises. Click the link below to read more about who I want and think will win and my NBA Finals hottie of this last series of the year.