“I’d never considered the price of intimacy until I hired a sex worker.” This was the opening line of a recent article by Andrew Gurza, who discloses that it was

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Dating A Guy in A Wheelchair

As relevant as the phrase might be to my life, I don’t think I have ever Googled, “Wheelchair Dating.” But, a few days ago, I was having a conversation with

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To Paris: The City of Love

Yesterday, one of the most iconic cities in the world was paralyzed by fear; fear caused by literal terror. As I watched the news, I couldn’t help but cry. It

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Reality Check

Okay society, let’s have a moment, shall we? I’ve had something on mind lately and it has infuriated me. Now disclaimer; I may have a narrow scope because of my

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Mute the Noise

I have come to a realization lately; a realization that everyday life, for most people, is full of noise. I don’t mean noise in the traditional sense of unwanted sound.

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Life’s Bookmarks

A scar is, by definition, a mark left on something following damage of some kind. When you say the word, people tend to visualize scars of a physical nature. They

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Sex, Lies & Wheelchairs

Okay so. I am going to start this post off with two facts. I am gay. I am disabled. What do these two things have to do with one another?

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Live and Let Live

Marriage equality is back in the news, and the world is changing. Per the HRC Blog:  In a surprise move, the nine justices of the Supreme Court have declined to

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Ready. Set. Goal.

As a recent college graduate and as someone who is in my twenties in general, I am finding that I am at a point of transition in my life. I’m

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Doubt

Drive, motivation, talent. These are all important characteristics that in my opinion, are required for success on any level. However, there is another less talked about element that acts as

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