Music

Joe Bracco; Songwriter and Musician

March 3, 2021

Joe Bracco, born May 2, 1960 on Long Island NY, is but one of the hundreds of thousands (millions?) of bright talents lost to AIDS; he passed away March 3, 1991 in NYC. I did […]

Family, Identity

Living Past Sixty- Big Deal?

October 31, 2020

Living to 60 is not that surprising for most Can-American white cismales of (sometimes) middle-income. I Came Out in 1978. Before I turned 25 what we now know as hiv/aids erupted in gay communities across […]

LGBTITQQ2S

Pride Posts

June 2, 2019

June is celebrated as Pride Month in many places. I have picked out just a few posts from the hundred+ in my LGBTiTQQ2S category to highlight. Today in Canadian Queer History looks at “Operation Soap” […]

Music

Non-Gay R&P Music

January 31, 2018

After reading my blog post Queer Progress (measured by Romanovsky & Phillips music), one of my “straight, but not narrow” friends asked if there were any R&P songs that weren’t “all gay” that they might […]

LGBTITQQ2S

More Queer Progress Analysis

August 28, 2016

Some thoughts on the progress we have (or haven’t) made as queer folk, at least here in North America, measured by the Romanovsky & Phillips music catalog. With something like 50 songs on the still-available […]

LGBTITQQ2S

Queer Progress

August 28, 2016

Some thoughts on the progress we have (and have not) made as queer folk, at least here in North America, measured by the Romanovsky & Phillips music catalog. This post is inspired by my listening […]