Ten Most Popular Blog Posts of 2014

2014 In Review

  These are the posts that drew the most viewers in 2014. It is an interesting mix of LGBTQ specific information and human services/poverty stories. Most of the stories are local, but not all. I think this reflects some of the balance I strive for on the blog. 10. Toys for Tots Distribution Information  – this […]

Wandering Around Port Charles and Salem

The Cassadine mansion on Spoon Island.

Tell us about the top five places you’ve always wanted to visit. GO! One of the things about living in a nation with disjointed equality is that traveling take a lot more energy and planning. I don’t really want to spend my money in a state that thinks I’m second class (yet, ironically, I live […]

General Hospital Fans Have a Stake in Russian Anti-LGBTQ Violence Too


After yesterday’s post asking fans of “Days of Our Lives” to demand NBC speak out against the atrocities the Russian government is levying against their LGBTQ citizens, I realized that it certainly doesn’t stop with NBC soaps.ABC’s General Hospital has a frontburner story with the evolving love triangle of Brad Cooper torn between Felix DuBois […]

The Debut of Lucas Jones on General Hospital

Ryan Carnes Lucas Jones

Well, he finally arrived in town – Lucas Jones is back to help find his missing sister, Carly Jacks, and in one episode he collided with Luke Spencer then his other sister, Sam Morgan, while his biological father sat unknowingly sipping coffee in Kelly’s Diner. I am unsure if I like Luke calling Lucas “LL” […]

Luke Spencer. No Apologies.


The Prompt: Who is your favourite character of all time? So this is tricky because “all time” means of all the time and I’m not good with commitment. I also have a penchant for disillusionment – am I alone in finding Little Women disappointing as an adult? I mean – the domestic goddess Meg scenes […]