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Cory D. Byrom
Cory Byrom is a freelance writer and stay-at-home dad to three kids.
He has written for and Pitchfork Media among others. He
likes strong drinks, good food, and loud music, much to the chagrin of
his wife. Sometimes, once the kids are in bed, he does stand-up comedy
in the Atlanta area.

Entries by Cory D. Byrom

Frustration, Disillusionment, and the Bigger Picture

(4) Comments | Posted September 26, 2012 | 9:52 AM

During the Democratic National Convention, I had a conversation with a friend who expressed utter frustration at the political landscape and exclaimed that even as a gay male, neither of the candidates were talking about the things he felt were important. This puzzled me, but I began to think of...

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Am I the Only One Who's Fed Up With Washington?

(3) Comments | Posted August 24, 2012 | 6:09 PM

Listen, I don't want to ruffle any feathers, ok? That's not the kind of thing I enjoy on any level. I like to keep things light and fun. I learned at a young age that there are three things you should never talk about in mixed company: religion, bondage play...

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Pretty in Pink

(51) Comments | Posted August 9, 2012 | 5:37 PM

Last week, when the big Chick-Fil-A kerfuffle was reaching a fever pitch, I tweeted a couple of jokes showing support for those who, like myself, are upset over the amount of money Dan Cathy donates to anti-gay causes. The tweets took off, and before I knew it I was receiving...

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