5 artists that should compete at Eurovision

On this post, I'm doing another Eurovision-packed entry, because I'm having those withdrawal signs, ok? OK! (Eurovision is life. Bye!) And also, I'll admit this: I haven't written anything here in a month, literally, and I'll explain why I've been so busy lately in another post soon. Don't worry people, there's a reason for everything. So, back to … Continue reading 5 artists that should compete at Eurovision

Born This Way

Baby, I was born this way.... Oh, this way! Lady Gaga anyone? It's Pride month, and today - June 12 - happens to be a special date. We commemorate the 1st anniversary on the attack at Pulse in Orlando, Florida, where 49 people (most of them LGBTQ) died. Although homosexuality is generally much more accepted … Continue reading Born This Way

What’s the Pressure?

What’s the pressure? Really, what the heck is it? Seriously society, you have to get your goddamn self together, you’re exhausting, annoying and simply a son of a bitch. Being a college grad in this modern era can be frustrating at times, especially if finding a job reaches of the point of being an excruciating … Continue reading What’s the Pressure?

Eurovision 2017: My Top 10

It's that time of the year again! It's time to enjoy the magic of the Eurovision Song Contest! YAAASSSS!!!! This year, 42 countries are competing to become the next winner of the world's oldest and most watched annual music competition. And, well, as tomorrow we'll see this year's event come to an end, I'm sharing … Continue reading Eurovision 2017: My Top 10

Past, Present & Future

The Past, Present & Future, kind of irony, don't you all think? This post in a way will work as a way to give you all an update on my life, my projects, my aspirations, my ideas, my feelings, pretty much everything about me as a person. Since I started dieting and changing habits a … Continue reading Past, Present & Future

Dominican Republic, We’re Messed Up

Probably you've heard nice things about the Dominican Republic, its people, its weather, its beaches, how affordable it can be here, and so on. This country is rich in culture, natural attractions, food, and many more things, but there's one detail of our everyday lives that has kept us behind for generations in the past … Continue reading Dominican Republic, We’re Messed Up

One Year Later

Today marks the first anniversary of the very first publication on this blog. And, well... on this post I'm going to reflect on the past 365 days. What can I say? A lot has changed the past year, and well, I can't be bitching about it, just being honest. And I must say, that opening about … Continue reading One Year Later

F*** Homophobia

Dude, just f*** with that goddamn homophobia. Like, come the heck on people! It's freaking 2017 goddamn it, are we still living like in 1947 or what? I've talked about the pride & prejudice the LGBT community in the Dominican Republic has always experienced throughout the years. If you want to know more of what … Continue reading F*** Homophobia

Political Correctness

In the times of Donald Trump being the President of the United States of America (Oh dear Lord! Take us apprehended), and during almost the entire US Presidential Campaign of 2016, the term “political correctness” was present all along. By the definition set on Merriam-Webster, politically correct means: “conforming to a belief that language and … Continue reading Political Correctness

Ending Chapters

What a bold statement: ending chapters. Is it really that bold as it may appear in the writing? Well, folks, life isn’t easy when it comes to this, and sometimes you close things in a hush, or not the way you wanted to be, or simply, things end because they happen to end and that’s … Continue reading Ending Chapters