The day is getting closer …. One year “Legally Married”!!


~~January 3, 2016~~ 


The date was January 1, 2015

We met in college in 1969.

From the start, we both knew, there was a spark.

We were then too young and naive.

We didn’t have a name for our feelings for each other then.

As life went on, it separated us and we each went along separate ways.

I like to say, like John Lennon, “life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans“.

As each experienced the next 24 years separately, we became adults and our personalities were finally completely formed.

It was by fate, and definitely written in both our “life’s books”, when we definitely reunited in 1996.

We have been together since. 

As Florida made marriage equality the law of the state, we were married legally on January 6, 2015.

You can imagine how we felt knowing that ALL would recognize our commitment to each other.

All our years together, all our joint experiences, all the rights as a married couple would be recognized as equal to the “establishment marriage”.

Even more happiness in June 2015.

Marriage Equality … the law of the land!! 

It will soon be one full year.

We still love each other as we did when we met, we have history together, we are bound for life.

Our commitment is unwavering.

Together .. till death do us part!






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It’s even better when you are each other’s first and also each other’s last.

Beyond perfection.



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~~Endless Love~~

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Lionel Richie and Shania Twain


We BOTH are ONE!! 


Remembering the Stonewall Riots …. June: LGBT Pride month!!

~~June 20, 2014~~

A participant of the riots standing up to the Police


The history of the gay rights movement can be traced to the Stonewall Inn in New York’s Greenwich Village, which is considered by many to be the launch of the modern gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights movement.

June is celebrated all around the world as LGBT Pride Month everywhere.

Here is the reason why. 

In the 1960s, LGBT people in USA faced a lot of discrimination in society. They were fired from jobs, kept on watch by police, harassed and arrested, publicly humiliated and sometimes some were sent to mental hospitals. Men wearing women’s clothes were also arrested regularly. Bars where gay men would visit would also be regularly raided and people would be arrested. LGBT people were used to living a life of fear and oppression.

But on 28th JUNE, 1969, Saturday, something different happened.


The police arrived in the STONEWALL INN, a gay bar in New York City to raid the place. As they started lining up the people, some started fighting back. Slowly, the little fights turned into a mob against the police and the oppressed LGBT people in the locality started fighting back. What started as a little scuffle, turned into a series of spontaneous riots and demonstrations around the city over the next few weeks. For the first time, LGBT people were openly out in the streets in such large numbers demanding acceptance and liberation. For the first time, such huge number of people took to streets to protest against oppressions on LGBT people. The riots show huge participation and role of cross dressers, transgenders and homeless feminine men too.

The riots gave birth to a new LGBT movement in USA. Soon, many openly gay organizations had been formed to fight for the rights of LGBT people. 


On June 28th, 1970, exactly a year after the riots started the first LGBT Pride March was held in New York City. 

45 years after the Stonewall Uprisings, we still continue to fight for the right of all people to live with dignity. June is celebrated as International LGBT Pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall Riots. The entire month of June sees hundreds of events and prides all over the country. Some events are also organzised in the first week of July.

Let us remember Stonewall today.

Let us remember the day few people decided that they had enough. That they would not be pushed back.  
They day we decided to fight back. 

“Do You Think Homosexuals Are Revolting? You Bet Your Sweet Ass We Are!”

(This appeared on a flyer after the Uprising)

~The Gay Wizard~




We ALL are connected through HUMANITY!! 


We ALL are ONE!! 

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Stonewall Inn Riots in Greenwich Village, New York