Teaching the Germans to party since 2007. No, not THAT party.
Stateless, rootless, godless and gay. That's The Honourable Husband.
He works in adland as a director of strategy, sometimes also known as account planning. This curious job has let him live in many parts of the world.
Among these was New York (which sucked, big time), Tokyo (which changed his life), and Australia (which, in truth, is home). He and his partner have now settled happily in Munich.
He was born, and spent his first years in Pittsburgh. It wasn't pretty, and it still haunts him.
Partly as a result of the trauma of his early years, he took rather a long time to come out of the closet. It wasn't 'til his mid thirties that he got his head straight, so to speak.
His husband, Master Right, is Japanese. US immigration laws forced them to conduct their relationship long distance for a while. But thanks to a German civil union, things have now returned to normal.
(By the way, "Master Right" is the literal English translation of his Japanese name. It means "proper boy")
In his blog, he discusses matters of importance to him; the interplay of cultures in the modern world, recovery from family dysfunction, management of his harem of fag hags, his belief in secularism, and of course, all things gay.
atheism, dreaming, reading, writing, global business, ethics, gay issues, humanism, foolishness, al-anon, men's issues, wwii history, recovery, homosexuality, coming out, Weimar Germany, family dysfunction, ACOA, cooper's sparkling ale, elderton chardonnay, Paulaner Hefe-Weißbier, ideas of any kind