Dr. Sebastian Brackenridge
The Gayest Man in the United Kingdoms of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
All HAIL THE QUEEN!!!!!
Dr Sebastian Brackenridge: Gayest Man in the United Kingdom
Not everything can be all about Sebastian, although if he had it his way, it would in fact be all about him.
There are instances where I post a podcast unrelated to the deliciously daring Dr. Brackenridge. Not necessarily funny, but always sincere, I hope the topics I talk about resonate with you. If not, there is always Sebastian to listen to. HE never seems to shut-up. Thanks for listening.
There is a time for jokes and there is a time for reflection. Reflection on what some would term as an unremarkable life. COVID-19 has taken a friend of mine and I mourn for the loss of my dear friend Steve and pray for strength and peace for his wife, Karen, whom he loved so very much.
But I refuse to allow Steve to melt away, one of the many forgotten, becoming just a number, a statistic of those the virus has taken.
I want to share the eulogy I have written for Steve, "Eulogy for the Unremarkable Man." I do this with permission of his wife, Karen. This isn't just a eulogy for Steve. It's a eulogy of those who pass from covid without the hand of their loved one holding theirs.
For the millions worldwide that you might not know, but should. Please take a listen and know Steve. We will not let Steve or others be forgotten. Thank you and stay safe.
The other day I was invited to a book club for fans of my podcast Dr. Sebastian Brackenridge, to not only appear as the eccentric Dr. Sebastian Brackenridge and read from his lecture: A very Brackenridge Christmas Carol, but to also discuss the origins of the deliciously demented Duke of Brackenridge. People were surprised by my answers. You see, Sebastian is the gay man I wish I was allowed to be when I came out. Unapologetically gay. No shame. No hurt. No disappointment, but alas fiction is fiction and life is life. So as part of my giving back to my community I wanted to share my coming out story, which is part of a bigger project I am working on because I know had someone related the story I'm about to tell, it would have made things a little better, less painful and less of a struggle. I hope you enjoy it.