A reader told me the other day that she thought all of the posts appearing on my Gazette blog also appear here.
Nope. That is not the case.
Some of the Gazette posts do appear here, but many do not — because I have come to realize that I am very much writing for two audiences. This blog has a significant following by nudists/naturists around the world and while I do post nudism/naturism items to the Gazette blog, people can only comment on them here.
Which is all to say that if you are interested in some of other issues I write about and that don’t get a lot of play here, check out the Gazette blog.
For example, today I’ve posted a press release there from All Out calling for multinationals in Uganda to provide support for their LGBT employees. I’ve also done a post about Quebec singer/guitarist Serge Fiori, and a follow-up post to that one about the messages he tweeted to me. Before that is a tribute to my high-school North American Literature teacher, and a letter from his daughter to me.
I will provide some coverage of LGBT issues here, but more so on the Gazette site — which has a bigger audience reach. And the point is to raise awareness.
Meanwhile, we’ll continue to have some fun here, with a more personal touch at times.
If you would like to comment on some of the Gazette posts not appearing here, please do so in the comments section of this post. In the future, I’ll point to some of the posts there not appearing here, giving you a chance to comment on them, if interested.
P.S. The paywall on the Gazette site does allow for a fair number of free views, probably enough for international readers who only check in there once in a while.