On International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia (IDAHOBit) 2023
Today reminded me that in the face of hate, the simple act of being openly LGBT remains a political act.
How I’m Managing to Stay Sane (For Now)
It has been a long while since I’ve had the energy or desire to blog. Not because I didn’t have anything to say (my Twitter can probably attest to that) but rather that there has been a guiding voice in my mind this year that reassures me that I didn’t need to burn myself out…
Gay Gaeldom Returns: Poetry and Plans
Visiting Scotland for the Edinburgh Gaelic Festival was a literary reawakening of sorts, with plans to come.
Editor’s Letter: A Date with Castro’s History
Originally posted on EILE Magazine: EILE’s Founder and Editor-at-Large, Scott De Buitléir, writes from San Francisco, where a trip to the popular Castro District revealed a deep-rooted and valuable history lesson worth cherishing. The Californian Sun shone brightly upon the colourful streets of Castro as my partner and I walked along Market Street towards the famous…