Here’s a Throwback Thursday / Flashback Friday to the time I graced the cover of a The Fight Magazine exactly 5 years ago this month. Yep, I was on the cover of issue #01. In that first issue, I wrote about being sober back when I had a whole four years of continuous sobriety. Now
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Below is an article I wrote about my fascination with that diva kid (or is it kid diva?) Brendan Jordan, which was published in The Final Fight section of The Fight Magazine last month. I wasn’t going to, but I decided to share. Luv, Me === THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT Whatever the future
In my line of work, I sometimes come in contact with those who contribute their sex talents to the world of adult entertainment (there’s actually been a lot of porn people in my life as of late). I recently interviewed pretty-faced former porn actor Addison Graham for THE FIGHT mag for the month of November.
Today one day has turned into SEVEN-years of continuous sobriety for yours truly. In celebration and reflection of the past seven years, I wrote an article about my first day clean and sober for the latest issue of The Fight Magazine. I’m feeling grateful. Luv, Me === DAY ONE I wanted to quit the drinking,
Here’s a ditty I wrote for the latest issue of The Fight Magazine concerning the recent death of trainer of Max Phoenix. I told my editor I was the last person who should write about Max; I was nowhere near his inner circle, but he figured the distance made me the best person to write
Olympic Gold medalist and star of the diving show Splash, Greg Louganis is marrying his partner Johnny Chialott. I was invited to attend what is possibly THE biggest gay wedding of the year since the defeat of Prop-8. No cameras will be allowed at the wedding, which means no texting, no Facebooking, Tweeting or blogging
I attended a fashion show of sorts at Micky’s this past Wednesday night in support of Sold Out Clothing for their Folsom Street Fair Collection. Sold Out Clothing is known for their tongue-in-cheek erotic apparel and accessories with bold slogans that play on naughty humor and dirty sex that read along the color lines