Thank you for visiting my page! Please note I have moved my site & some links to content from search engines may not work but all the same content is here. Content from the 60’s will be in articles from the 60’s. The same for the 70’s, 80’s, etc. Articles are indexed by year. 

01. Introduction

I was born on the Yakima Indian Reservation in Washington State and my early childhood was spent treading water in a cesspool of racism and

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02. My Dad

I know very little about my father’s side of the family. I had been to his parents house in Arkansas when I was a small

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03. My Mother

I inherited most of my Mother’s writing. She had done much of her writing on PC’s and DOS on the old five inch floppies. In

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04. My Aunt, Ole

Ole was another surragate mother figure at times in my childhood. She was also magical. Even though my mom would exhibit her own creativity in

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1959- Palouse

There were times when I would live in Palouse. I think Roger and Darlene also spent time there. I don’t remember if either of them

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1962- Abilene

I don’t know how long it was after my mom met him, that George moved to Texas. I don’t remember him being around all that

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1969- Rape

It was about 1969 when Ramona and I attended a “Love-in” in San Diego’s Balboa Park. “Love-ins” was just another name for “Be-ins” and were

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1975- Ennui

One of my most favorite gifts of all time was when my mom gave me a Royal typewriter for my birthday when I was about

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1989- Earthquake!

I was working as a Registered Nurse at Western Psychiatric Center within Saint Francisco Memorial Hospital in San Francisco the evening of October 17, 1989.

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1995-4. Amber

Milton and I had talked about getting a dog at various times in our relationship. Milton was not particularly enthusiastic when I told him in

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2016- Do Not Speak for Gay Males!

Link to Pride article to which I am responding: http://www.pride.com/lgbt/2016/4/22/5-reasons-lgbt-people-should-stop-saying-we-were-born-way I recently came across this article from “Pride” on line recently. The female author, Cassie Sheets, speaking

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2017- Lazy Bear

This was the third “Lazy Bear” weekend that we have attended in Guerveville, California, a small resort town on the Russian River. In the 1970’s,

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2018- New Orleans

New Orleans had been on my “bucket list” for years. Flights from the San Francisco Bay Area had always seemed high when I had checked

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2018-Lazy Bear

This was our fourth “Lazy Bear” weekend in Guerneville. We have first visited in 2007 for a “drag bingo” night but then did not return

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