• London Pride 2016
  • The origin of the rainbow flag.
  • Why Pride now is more important than ever.
  • Bottom boys be like, I bought new shoes.
  • An update on our Orlando Angels.
Photo Credit: Aussie Space Time Traveller

London Pride 2016

I just got home from the London Pride parade for a quick change before heading out for some dancing and celebrating with friends and I thought I’d share these pictures straight out of the camera with you. What an amazing Parade this year with all the wonderful colour, flesh, music and paegentry we’ve come to expect from these events and also for some reason a giant Burrito. Happy Pride everybody….


Why Pride now is more important than ever.

This year more than ever I want to go to Pride in London, to be seen, to be heard, to be a part of it. Why? With everything that has been happening lately the ties of community I feel are stronger than ever. It was brought to a head by the shootings in Orlando and over the past few months as the rhetoric and debate increases in Australia about the…

It's the journey that matters


It’s the journey that matters I snapped this shot on the way home as I passed by Turnham Green tube station. The light was just right and I also used the HDR feature on my iPhone. I like the symmetry of the image and the colour tones. It was lucky to get the shot with just one passerby because it was during peak hour but I always like to try…

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Ageing is not un-natural.

  The ageing process is not un-natural. How many times have we all been made to feel like we are less valuable because of a natural part of human existence. As Gay men many of us are particularly afraid of the ageing process myself included. But it’s something that we will all have to come to terms with eventually. Blog this! Recommend on Facebook Share via MySpace share via Reddit…

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Hero of the week, Imram Yousuf.

Imran Yousuf acted fast after recognising the sound of high-calibre gunfire while he was working as a bouncer at the LGBT club in Florida. Orlando survivor describes how homophobic gunman spared black people because they ‘suffer enough’ The 24-year-old Hindu, who left the Marines just eight weeks earlier, broke down during an interview, saying: ‘I wish I could have saved more to be honest. There are a lot of people…


Angels block out Westboro hate in Orlando

Well the human dregs from the Westboro Baptist Church are at it again this time in Orlando but thanks to some local volunteers and the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre the families of the victims of the Pulse Nightclub hate crime will be able to farewell their loved ones in peace. The theatre company is making large Angel wings for it volunteers to wear to block out the Westboro members and will…