Reality thanks to the power of the internet has become increasingly malleable. Who we know and are can change with just a few clicks of a mouse. It’s never been easier to connect with other people. As explored in the film “Getting Go” however, altering our digital realities often can lead to profound effects on our real lives. “Getting Go” takes the form of a documentary.…
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Earlier this month I attended “Evolution of the Gay-borhood” co-hosted by the Greater Seattle Businesses Association (GSBA) and Out for Sustainability. The event focused on defining the notion of a Gayborhood and had voices from around the community to speak about various topics related to retaining the neighborhood’s identity and sense of place. One of the standout presenters was Louise Chernin, CEO of the GSBA. She articulately defined the meaning of a Gayborhood. Her definition is as follows, a Gayborhood is…
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Plot Spoilers Below This past Saturday I watched “Weekend,” a gay romantic comedy about a hook up which takes place over a weekend. It’s a relatively simple movie but it does a good job at explaining the complexity of relationships. The film follows the life of Russell, a Gay man in the UK and his weekend in the city. During a random Friday night out at…
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