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8 Responses to “Spring Summer Feeling”

  1. # Blogger Andre J. Allen II

    as always you pour heart and feelings into your videos keep the coming. continue to be that light that shines so bright. keep doing you. Its 08 and its YOUR year  

  2. # Anonymous Boy Classified

    It was a pleasure watching this video blog...I've been watching your for awhile now and I think it is time that I said something to you...

    I see you have a deep story in your beautiful eyes and some pain when you smile...

    I think you're a beautiful man...stay happy and we'll be in touch :)

    "Boy Classified"  

  3. # Blogger kyro

    A friend of mine put me down with your blog and I love it. I don't know you but thanks for reminding me of my humanity. Especially when so many tend to make me forget.  

  4. # Blogger Angelus D. Frawst

    I have been watching your blog for a while now and i a so glad that it still brings the same light now that it did when i watched the first. You are truly a gifted person in the fact that you give so much and bear your soul for the world to see and have no care of there judgement because you know in your heart that i will reach at these one person if not the world  

  5. # Anonymous Anonymous

    I will say that I know we don't speak like we should, but I have felt since I first saw your blog nearly two years ago that you are a magnificent, smart, bright spirited man searching for the light that can match yours. When it comes to HIV... I applaud you for discussing the subject as a HIV- brother. As a HIV+ brother, myself, I can appreciate how scared you feel. I am scared to date people who are HIV-, in fear of infecting them with something that I was mislead to contract. It's scary when you care for someone sooo much you are forced to resolve the fear by just going separate ways.

    I remember meeting you for the first time and saying, "Damn, If I wasn't positive." But do you realize how many years I've said that, and the feeling never gets easier to deal with. To meet people you have great chemistry with, laugh together, cry together, same interest, and to have to make distance from that person, in fear to ruin their life, like your life was ruined 15 years ago; is a pain like no other.

    See the pain of HIV is not always physical... the biggest damage is mental. The hardest thing is admitting to yourself, "I am going to be responsible", when you don't want to lose that chemistry and trade it in for a night alone holding a pillow, imagining it's that person.

    Jared, you are the truth, you are the truth that the SGL community needs. I have always felt like that, and always will. I hope someday we will be able to sit down , talk, and mend the fences that we did not destroy. But until then, I don't have to wish you a bright future, that is already there, but I wish the road to success is as easy as it can possibly be, and I will be the first to stand when you accept an award.

    DJ
    Da Doo-Dirty Show  

  6. # Anonymous Anonymous

    I will say that I know we don't speak like we should, but I have felt since I first saw your blog nearly two years ago that you are a magnificent, smart, bright spirited man searching for the light that can match yours. When it comes to HIV... I applaud you for discussing the subject as a HIV- brother. As a HIV+ brother, myself, I can appreciate how scared you feel. I am scared to date people who are HIV-, in fear of infecting them with something that I was mislead to contract. It's scary when you care for someone sooo much you are forced to resolve the fear by just going separate ways.

    I remember meeting you for the first time and saying, "Damn, If I wasn't positive." But do you realize how many years I've said that, and the feeling never gets easier to deal with. To meet people you have great chemistry with, laugh together, cry together, same interest, and to have to make distance from that person, in fear to ruin their life, like your life was ruined 15 years ago; is a pain like no other.

    See the pain of HIV is not always physical... the biggest damage is mental. The hardest thing is admitting to yourself, "I am going to be responsible", when you don't want to lose that chemistry and trade it in for a night alone holding a pillow, imagining it's that person.

    Jared, you are the truth, you are the truth that the SGL community needs. I have always felt like that, and always will. I hope someday we will be able to sit down , talk, and mend the fences that we did not destroy. But until then, I don't have to wish you a bright future, that is already there, but I wish the road to success is as easy as it can possibly be, and I will be the first to stand when you accept an award.

    DJ
    Da Doo-Dirty Show  

  7. # Anonymous Anonymous

    I wanted to first commend you on mentioning HIV/AIDS in your blogs and videos as much as you do, but ysomething kinda troubled me in regards to your response to people who ask why you talk about it all the time and your reason given " was because that you were negative " well let me ask you this " do you think you would speak about it as much if you were positive ?" because most people dont out of fear of becoming stigmatized I know this because of my own experiences with dealing with this disease on a personal level and through numerous friends and family that I have lost to it . So instead of talking about it with friends and family I am doing something about it I started a HIV/AIDS testing ministry at my church a Knowing is Beautiful campaign which after its initial startup is very successful. Black american churches I feel need to get involved more with educating people about this disease because after damn near twenty years its still something people dont know about. In anycase keep up the good work Stay Blessed  

  8. # Blogger His Daily Variety

    To the last comment would I talk so openly about it "if I was positive"
    I have to say my gift, in this life, is understanding who I am early on! That's why I am so expressive, because I dont fear the outcome. I know my shoe size! I dont go about buying shoes that are to tight, or having myself walking around looking like a clown. All that to say is if Iwas positive, I'm certain, I'd still be on a Soap box, preaching the Word. But who is really to say?  

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