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Put To The Test

Even after all these years, I can recall how I felt when I finished taking my final college exam, knowing I had done well on it and feeling ten pounds lighter, back when I didn’t have ten pounds to spare.  And that test had been a humdinger. It was for a class in Shakespeare, and most of the small class […]

Surrender, Students & Sacrifice.

Lord, help Thou my grief over your people. Surrender.  When I think of the State of Georgia, I think gentility, Southern hospitality and lots of Babatists!  Some of the most famous Babatist churches have been in the Atlanta area and have spawned famous preachers.  It just does my heart good to reflect on this rich heritage.  Now, that fine State […]

Homes, Hosts & Honorees.

I am on my knees about these things this week. Homos.  I have been made aware of a young man who is a rising star in the NBA.  Although he is a mere 19 years old, he made a name for himself playing college basketball for the Kansas Jayhawks and was recently signed to play for the Toronto Raptors. (Foreigners!)  […]

Instahunks: Epicly Hung(over) Eric

I thought my post wedding hangover was bad, then I met this guy; he’s had a hangover since the 1920s. #nervesofsteel #steelyourself #nevermissaphotoop #gay #gayboy #gaystagram A post shared by Eric R (@erevitev) on Aug 6, 2017 at 4:46pm PDT

Cooper Cooks with Kerrie: Blackberry Cobbler

Cooped Up is back! I’m making a Memorial Day dessert with my BFF Kerrie…and the kids “helped.” BLACKBERRY COBBLER (Adapted from The Pioneer Woman) INGREDIENTS 1 stick Butter 1-1/4 cup Sugar 1 cup Self-Rising Flour 1 cup Milk 1 tsp Vanilla Bean Paste (or seeds of 1/2 a bean pod) 2 cups Blackberries (frozen Or Fresh) 1 lemon (zest and juice) […]

Will Big D Make The Gay Games Short List?

At the end of the month, we’ll know if Dallas is a finalist to host the 2022 Gay Games when the Federation on Gay Games narrows the list of bid cities from eight to just three. What does that mean? If we get the green light, it’s go time to show off our city and how we’ll (impeccably) pull off the […]

AIDS Arms Changes Name To Prism Health North Texas

Since opening its doors in 1986 to serve North Texans during the AIDS crisis, AIDS Arms has been an important part of the Dallas gay community through its support and treatment of thousands of people living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS. Over three decades, together we’ve seen a lot of change, including advancements in the way HIV is prevented and treated. Tonight, at the […]

Kickin’ Christmas Off With A White Trash Ham Ball

Cooper & his BFF Kerrie make one of her favorite holiday party staples – White Trash Ham Ball! The kids help and we sing our favorite Christmas song of all time. Tune in to see… Kerrie’s White Trash Ham Ball 1 block cream cheese, softened to room temp 1/2 C grated cheddar cheese 1 small package Oscar Mayer BOILED ham, […]

Cooped Up with Kerrie: Grandma June’s Pumpkin Bread

I’m back…and so is my BFF Kerrie! We’re in the kitchen making her Grandma June’s legendary pumpkin bread. Grandma June’s Pumpkin Bread Ingredients 3 1/3 C all-purpose flour 2 t baking soda 1 1/2 t salt 3 C sugar 1 t cinnamon 1 t nutmeg 1/4-1/2 t cloves 1/4-1/2 t allspice 2/3 C water 1 C oil (Our family uses […]