Emotional Chemistry // Foundations

Emotional chemistry is the second foundation that I discovered as an essential part of a lasting relationship. If you can’t laugh, cry, scream, joke, or be afraid with the person you love then what’s the point? Having an emotional bond with that person allows makes way for honesty, trust and reliability. And it remains to be just as one of the base foundations of a relationship. I talk to a brand new voice, Mar about the relationship she built with the man of her dreams while we break down emotional chemistry. Enjoy the podcast. 

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Love Is // *A Valentine’s Day Special*

LOVE IS IN THE AIR!

Like most of my podcasts here at The Sassy Gay, I often explore the idea of relationships and love. I put together a very special Valentine’s Day episode that focuses on love in every aspect. Check it out!

Happy Valentine’s Day. Share your stories of love! Sound off in the comments below!


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Trust // Foundations

Trust is an interesting concept because unlike many other foundational blocks of a relationship, it grows over time. In many cases, it can be seen as the strongest, but also the most fragile. With a strong unwavering sense of trust in someone, a pair can be unstoppable – not getting clouded with the negative effects of jealousy and disdain. But as soon as trust is broken, it can be impossible to repair. I talk to Jo about Trust and her experiences with it. Enjoy the episode.

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Unity // Foundations

Welcome to Foundations. Unity. Now according to google definitions, Unity is the state of being united or joined as a whole. This is a true statement for my podcast guest Nat where we discuss her relationship with her husband and how it got to that point. We discuss the in’s and out’s of unity and the work that it takes to find a level of what I can only describe as an intimate synchronicity with your partner. This is Foundations. Enjoy the episode

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Physical Chemistry // Foundations

When I first started my journey into exploring the foundations of a relationship, the very first one I came to was physical chemistry. Why? Because I think it’s the first one that a lot of us come to. Being physically attracted to another person sets off a vibe that can instincitvely create a domino effect into a potential relationship with a mate. However, it may just lead you down the wrong path – realizing that you may have based all your levels of attraction to this one person on this ONE particular block. Unfortunately, its not the sturdiest block to rely on. Physical chemistry can ebb and flow and change the course of any relationship. I sit down with my friend Nat to talk about this. This is Foundations. Enjoy the episode.

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Hugging my one and only mama after coming out to her in 2015.

Mother // Perspectives //

Happy Mother’s Day ya’ll! Now I was feeling particularly festive this year and decided to start (another) series. This one is called, Perspectives and I am hoping to interview a variety of people with varied outlooks to have an open conversation to understand their point of view.

In this first episode of Perspectives, I talk to my good old mom to try to understand what it felt like after I came out to her, what she fears, and she even gives some advice to kids and parents on how to approach your gay child.


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Steven Universe // TV That’s Snatching My Weave //

Before you go in on me about the “cartoons are for kids” notion, please pay attention. I first learned about Steven Universe about a year ago now. I heard about it through Tumblr (okay I know I’m not helping my case) and the post that was attached to it was truly heartwarming so I started to watch it. Now, on any given evening, you’ll find me curled in bed watching a re-run.

It’s a show that’s on the Cartoon Network about a young boy who is being raised by aliens with the mission to help protect the Earth. Besides the ease of watch (every episode is a bearable 10 minutes) and its humor, it is a story with heart.

Now you may be wondering, “why are you posting this show on the Sassy Gay?” It is because the main characters of this show go through the struggles of being the underdog and find ways to still love, learn, grow and accept. Sound familiar? This most recent episode touched me very much – teaching someone to see the other side. It also spoke to a situation that a lot of people seem to need to see I wish Trump would see this scene.You should check it out (@7:38-):

Please watch this show. For inspiration. For happiness.


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