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A man changes course midlife, comes out, begins again, remains the same, learns to live a new life, holds on to the old life, things happen, he writes about them.

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Latest Blog Posts for Coming Out / Staying Out

  • Introduction
    on Dec 23, 2010
    I can't really remember how old I was. I may have been in my late thirties, maybe I was in my early forties. And I can't remember what time of year it was. But I can remember the dark of the night. I must have been alone that evening, strange enough,...
  • Book
    on Mar 2, 2010
    Sorry for the silence! I have not been blogging recently because I am turning something over in my head, something which has been in my head for a very long time.  When I was writing my previous blog, Coming Out at 48, I had a wide readership a...
  • The Nail That Sticks Out...
    on Jan 22, 2010
    I'm running again.  Along the river, nearly frozen, I'm running and watching my feet make the paces.  I'm running for speed, not for distance, working to get faster in advance of training for my next marathon, and I'm breathing hard. ...
  • Standing on a Chair
    on Jan 17, 2010
    It was lunch. We were heading down the hill towards the dorm, a modern building with a soaring glass dining hall ahead of us.  I was nineteen, perhaps, maybe twenty. The hall was a big, bright space, with round tables and classic Eames chairs. I...
  • Reader
    on Jan 17, 2010
    A writer needs a reader.  Oh, I know, a writer could write a journal, could keep it under lock under key, and could even destroy it before anyone had a chance to see what secrets it held.  But a writer who posts his writings on the internet...
  • "So Please Don't Pretend..."
    on Jan 11, 2010
    Imagine reading a book, imagine reading a book with a strong argument, forceful, demanding, uncompromising. Infuriating, in a way, because it seems so uncompromising, but provocative, enough so to keep you reading. Imagine yourself reading this boo...
  • It's My Culture
    on Jan 6, 2010
    I do remember the headlines, the headlines screaming, George Michael, he is in trouble again. It's not the details I remember, I don't really remember that it was a pot bellied unemployed truck driver he'd been caught in the bushes with, I don't rea...
  • Invisible
    on Jan 3, 2010
    Everything was brown.  Brown, and white, gray, tan, black, silver accents.  Filtered, arranged, chosen, designed, assembled, in these masculine tones.  Exquisite, elegant, just the right colors, almost sepia in combination.  I wan...
  • Queer Disco
    on Dec 31, 2009
    I do remember dancing on lit floors, colored lights, flashing. That may seem like a long time ago, it was a long time ago, I remember the disco beat, I remember the dancing, and I remember when the wave turned against disco music, when it became rev...
  • Knowing
    on Dec 28, 2009
    Some people said they knew, some people said they always knew.  That felt odd, it felt odd to be told that someone always knew something that you didn't always know, especially because what they knew was about you.  Or, at least, they alway...
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