During the HIV plague years in the American gay community, a group of irreverent queer poz dudes created a magazine called Diseased Pariah News as one way of processing their fears, hopes for better treatments and longer lives, and deep wells of anger. I supported my cohorts by buying and sharing the publication. Reading it sure alleviated a few of my mental knots and reduced personal stress, because it was nasty humor hitting raw nerves.
The beefy and skinny guys created a hike and carried 22 kilograms on their backs over a 22 kilometer route to symbolized the 22 military lives daily lost to PTSD-related suicides.
Needless to say, these irreverent fellas had a high number of gay sets of eyeballs, mine included, checking out their images over social media leading up and after the "22, With 22, For the 22" march and partying afterward. Thanks for doing all the activities!
A solid pat on the strong backs of the Irreverent Warriors to organizing themselves, making important social health messages, inspiring hope for themselves and other vets, and sharing their thoughts and bodies on the web. Some constructive suggestions, humorous and serious, for the guys.
At your next action, be sure to include signage so your photos deliver the beef and drive home your message about stopping suicides. Via social media, provide phone numbers, web sites, physical locations and email addresses of resources for folks facing mental challenges and thinking of committing suicide.
Since you like showing skin and arousing hormone levels, consider removing your silkies and showing butts and balls. Find local glory holes and get sexual healing busting nutt. Remember the benefits of medical marijuana for lessening the effects of PTSD.
I've gathered my fave pics and present them here, that please my queer eye, along with a few irreverent comments.