Gay Boy Bible A New Gay Web Site
I’ve seen Gay Boy Bible on my Twitter feed for the last few weeks and I wanted to share it.
It’s a new LGBTQIA web site with stories about news, politics, fashion, and pop culture. There’s a lot more, too. I’m just giving you the abbreviated description.
What I like…from what I’ve seen so far…is that it’s easy to navigate, simple to read, and it covers most things that are of interest to LGBTQIA people. It’s still so new there aren’t that many ads either, which makes it clean and fresh. Simple.
I used to be a staff member on a web site called Best Gay Blogs, and I would review and interview personal gay bloggers. At the time, back in the early 2000s, there were tons of personal gay blogs and I never had to look far for content. In the last 15 years I’ve seen them come and go, and I’m still here writing about them. But now that things have changed so much, and there’s so much more gay content out there that’s newsworthy, web sites like Gay Boy Bible have taken all this to another level.
I think you’ll like it, and I’ll be linking to them every now and then. You can check it out, here.
Working To Defeat Measure C In Palm Springs, CA
There’s a group that’s trying to ban short term vacation rentals in Palm Springs, CA neighborhoods. From what I gather, this would affect a lot of LGBTQI people who go to Palm Springs on vacation.
We rent out the home we own in Palm Springs to guests, and we spend several months a year there ourselves. But Measure C wouldn’t affect us personally in any way. Our HOA won’t allow us to rent on a short term basis. We’re only allowed to rent our place for 30 days or more. So Tony and I have nothing to win or lose here and I’m not commenting. But I know that many people on both sides of the issue are passionate about it.
The battle over Measure C has been raging since the initiative, which would outlaw rentals of fewer than 28 days in the city’s residential neighborhoods, qualified for the ballot earlier this year. But the wider debate about short-term rentals has been playing out in Palm Springs for years.
You can read the rest here.
The initiative was designed to prohibit vacation rentals of less than 28 days in residential neighborhoods unless the owner is present.
Frankfurt As A Gay Pride Mecca
Tony used to travel to Frankfurt, Germany every year for business, and he always raved about what a great city it was. In fact, I never heard one complaint. So this is good to hear. It’s an advertorial, but it’s informative, too.
Here’s the rest. I also love my German readers. I get e-mails from them all the time, and they are avid fans of digital books, especially in the gay romance genre.