Really, there’s not much more that I can add that hasn’t already been said. Being fortunate enough to live in a state where I was able to be married before all this happened, it’s relieving to know that if we’re traveling in a state that was formerly gay unfriendly (as often happened for work reasons), we are still safe should an emergency happen to us. It was hard to conceive that we may have been denied basic rights simply because of where we were in our own country. And for those who were in a previously anti-gay state, congratulations! Really, I have to say, I’m thrilled for all of you.
But there’s still much work to be done. Most imagine that marriage was the end of the road. It’s a very important achievement, to be sure, but many of us are constantly reminded that we can lose our jobs simply because we’re gay. There’s still a great deal of anti-gay discrimination in many workplaces and state… more than you may realize. Most of us think that just because we can marry, our jobs must also be safe. That is not the case at all, and comes to a shock for many. And it goes without saying that despite many recent great strides, there’s still a long way to go for transgender equality.
In other news, I have a lot of exclusive stuff coming up. A few sub sets to be posted, a message from a straight guy who wants to be tied up, sets of myself, my new Deluxe Custom Leather Sleepsack with foot access, and a visit with TheUAJock. The first two pics are from some recent subs (and still awaiting approval from a hot blonde twink I also met up with), and the rest are me.