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Kakande’s path to gay male sex work in Uganda

posted Monday, April 13, 2020

by: in African Perspectives

Persecution of gay people in Uganda has reached international recognition. Legislation proposed life imprisonment or even death for sex between men. Ugandan newspaper ‘The Rolling Stone’ at one time was in the business of outing gay people. This resulted in a lot of persecution and death, including the death of David Kato in 2011. David […]

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Parenting the Pandemic

posted Wednesday, April 8, 2020

by: in Parenting

So I took the kids to a graveyard today. Yup, you heard what I said. We had a great time, there were big rolling hills for The Gent to scooter down, gravestone names to be read, and some time in the morning to kill. No pun intended. However I should back up a bit, as […]

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Montego Bay Pride secures official government registration

posted Monday, April 6, 2020

by: in Activism, Travel

After being in existence for five years and hosting an equal number of Pride festivals that celebrated the resilience of Jamaican LGBTI people, Montego Bay Pride has successfully completed the process of registering with the Companies Office of Jamaica. Since its inception Montego Bay Pride has faced significant challenges, including an attempt by the current […]

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Warhol – new biography sheds light on iconic artist’s sexuality

posted Saturday, March 28, 2020

by: in Books

Looking for something new to read, while self-isolating? Canadian Blake Gopnik’s Warhol  is the definitive biography of the iconic artist. Not only has it been a long time since Warhol’s been examined in this way, but no biography has approached the level of authoritativeness and nuance of this perennially fascinating figure. Blake Gopnik had unprecedented […]

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Spring Skiing awaits at Vermont’s Sugarbush Resort

posted Monday, March 9, 2020

by: in Travel

Sugarbush Resort is located within the scenic Mad River Valley of Vermont, and averages 250 inches of snow each year. That means, no matter how nice the weather or how little snow there is elsewhere, there’s still plenty of mountain snow for those seeking that wonderful spring skiing or boarding opportunity. In fact, the resort […]

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Home Improvement – Home Design

posted Thursday, March 5, 2020

by: in Featured, Home Improvement

How-to-guide on avoiding a decorating disaster Decorating your home can seem like such a daunting task, in fact many tend to put off decorating altogether or worse yet, approach decorating with no plan and tend to  “impulse buy” resulting in a disjointed feel and the design style is commonly referred to as “eclectic”. So how […]

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Rainbow Ski Weekend returns to Blue Mountain – March 27 to 29, 2020

posted Wednesday, March 4, 2020

by: in Uncategorized

Rainbow Ski Weekend returns to Blue Mountain Village in Collingwood, Ontario on the weekend of March 27 to 29, 2020 for an end of winter season party like no other! We were there last year to cover the events, and looking forward to another fun weekend this year. With the recent bout of spring-like weather, […]

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Quebec City’s Ice Hotel celebrates “20 Years of Magic”

posted Monday, February 17, 2020

by: in Travel

Québec City’s iconic Hôtel de Glace celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and is marking the milestone with a “20 Years of Magic” theme for the season. This must-see venue is composed entirely of ice and snow, and has attracted nearly two million visitors from around the world and hosted almost 70,000 overnight stays in […]

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W Hotels and RuPaul’s Alyssa Edwards join the Sydney Mardi Gras Parade – February 29, 2020

posted Tuesday, February 11, 2020

by: in Travel

Whoever you are, wherever you are, you’re welcome at W Hotels. With inclusiveness at the heart of W since it debuted over 20 years ago, the global, trailblazing lifestyle hotel brand is teaming up with Australia’s longest running LGBTQI organisation, the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras, to celebrate equality and inspire travellers to love […]

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A Fall in Autumn – welcome to the last of the great flying cities

posted Monday, February 10, 2020

by: in Books

Michael G. Williams writes wry horror, urban fantasy, and science fiction: stories of monsters, bizarre futures, macabre humor, and subverted expectations. Michael also writes short stories and contributes to tabletop RPG development. He strives to present the humor and humanity at the heart of horror and speculation. His latest novel is, A Fall in Autumn. […]

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