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wow! a homocon?! I’m a fan of paradox but this one leaves me scratching my head. looking forward to further exploring your blog!
As an Irish gay Conservative/Libertarian I’m delighted to see your blog an I’m following you on Twitter.
Irish Conservatism is a little different from US brand but we have a lot in common. ( Not the death penalty & I think Ron Paul is a magnificent, consistent and inspiring politician/statesman! we have no one here ofr his stature but then you don’t either!)
Take a look at the Endmund Burke Institute website at http://www.edmundburkeinstitute.ie for a flavour of our brand of conservativism. .
Dc Big Poppa
Greetings! Your blog is substantive, refreshng, with a bit of an edge! Keep up the inspired work.
Allow me to introduce myself. I’m Wyatt O’Brian Evans, an African-American journalist, author and public speaker residing in D.C. My bylines have appeared in print and on-line publications including the Washington Post, Bilerico.com, Washington Blade, American Politics, Imperious Entertainment, and QBliss.net. Do visit my website: http://www.wyattobrianevans.com.
In April, my new novel, Nothing Can Tear Us Apart (NCTUA)—Uncensored will be available. Its genres are gay/ethnic/erotica. NCTUA—Uncensored is the saga of Wesley, an openly gay, handsome African-American celebrity, and Antonio, his openly gay, deliciously muscular Latino partner and bodyguard. These two masculine men of color must confront serious challenges and daunting obstacles that throw their monogamous relationship in serious jeopardy. And meanwhile, the couple must face another grave threat in the form of Ruffkut–a vicious, deadly drug lord who has a major score to settle with Wesley.
NCTUA—Uncensored shines a bright light on substantive, relevant issues impacting the LGBT community, which include intimate partner abuse, “top/bottom” issues, and the “down-low.” The novel is full of rich drama, action, adventure, suspense, romance, thrills and chills, and tasteful erotically charged situations. Because the themes and issues addressed in NCTUA—Uncensored certainly are universal, I firmly believe that a diverse audience will find it readily accessible, and therefore be able to strongly relate to and enthusiastically embrace it. I’d like to email you the synopsis. And when the novel becomes available, I’d be most happy to send you a signed copy.
As Senior Writer for QBliss, I’ve written an in-depth, ongoing series on domestic violence/intimate partner violence and abuse (IPV/A) within the LGBT community entitled, “He/She Really Didn’t Mean IT.” And in conjunction with QBliss, I’m conducting workshops/seminars on domestic violence and IPV/A across the U.S. This tour kicks off in Dallas, Texas in early April. These events will be based on my research and writings on the subject. The website is: http://qbliss.net/workshop/domesticviolence.
I very much would like the opportunity to share my personal story and professional endeavors with your readers. I strongly feel that your audience will find it all rather appealing, substantive and entertaining.
You may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to communicating with you soon. Thanks much for your consideration.
Looking forward to reading your work.