Digger steps out of his comfort zone to join a free queer choral workshop series with Holcombe Waller at Grace Cathedral. Friendly participants politely tolerate his cawing.
Two steps out of my comfort zone. First, in a cathedral. Last time I attempted to enter a cathedral I got struck by lightening as I touched the door handle. Second step out of my comfort zone: singing. It’s out of my comfort zone to sing in private, let alone in public. Plants have instantly wilted at the sound of my voice. Continue reading “Digger Joins Choral Workshop as “Lead Velociraptor””
Pride Month has this Digger pondering all kinds of pride. I’ve discovered that we can have body pride and still pursue healthy body change.
Confessions of a skinny teenage twinkadink
When I was growing up, beefy muscle was IN, and I was teased as the ‘skinny fag,’ There is a common misconception that teasing for being underweight is flattery but teasing for being overweight is inappropriate. Let’s be real – words have power and can lead to body shame in all sorts of directions. Continue reading “Body Pride”
06 May 2018 – It was a chilly but sunny San Francisco early May Sunday. Through a small doorway adjacent to a ex-church, now roller-disco was a modest entry. One I’d probably pass unnoticed if it weren’t a portal to another dimension on this day. Continue reading “Queers Rule! At QUEERiCULUM”
What is Empowered Flirting? It’s being empowered to initiate conversation and make our attraction known, to find out if it’s reciprocated. Why sit around waiting for others to decide who you meet when you can decide for yourself who you get to meet? Continue reading “9 Steps to Empowered Flirting”