Being gay has always had its pitfalls, but nothing could have prepared us for the devastation of the last two decades of the twentieth century. Michael is very sick, but there is one more thing he feels the need to do as he lays in bed waging the biggest fight of his life. As an activist, he still wants to be of some use, no matter how little. It's not his nature to give up until he has to. This is a story about PRIDE, and what it represents to our community. Pride month means many things to many people. For some it is a parade and a chance to celebrate, but for others, it holds different connotations.
History is written by the victors, the winners, those in power, those at the top of society. Who tells the stories of those groups forgotten by history?
For centuries LGBTQ histories were hidden histories, histories forgotten by the mainstream, histories passed down by word-of-mouth. It has only been in recent decades that scholarly works have been written about gay history.
This collection of stories are about gay history, stories that focus on different events from gay history, events that helped shape our gay world, stories that cover so many different emotions.
A spinoff of the "Gone From Daylight" vampire series, this story tells the tale of a committed friendship that is held together, even beyond conflict. Even beyond death. So enjoy, and let me know what you think when you finish reading! K?
Joey Carpenter is a street kid. Living in his parent’s garage, he hustles to survive. Alcohol and drugs help him face the world. Rejected by his family, and an outcast at school, his future looks dim until he meets Allen Foster- who has his own problems. The special bond they form will give Joey a second chance at life.
Hunter, a brilliant gay teenager, has just lost his boyfriend to Cyber Bullying. In his search for the culprits, he uncovers a massive conspiracy that will force him to face an integrated world, without boundaries or ethics. It is a world of Fundamentalism, Intrigue, Covert-actions, and Enmity. Where success and failure are relative to its silent "Observers". Can he achieve justice for his dead boyfriend and all those trapped in this "Web" of conflict?
Timothy Anderson was kicked out of his home when he was sixteen after his parents found out he contracted HIV AIDs. In this short, 1,200-word vignette, we learn of Timothy's life, his future and, ultimately, his fate