Episode 71 – Interview with Aaron

Listen as Ramble talks with Aaron about his life, meeting his partner and his funny coming out stories. Also hear about the amazing trips you can go on and support a gay owned business!

Episode 71

Outwest Global Adventures <— check out the amazing trips you can go on!

Men Together <– get the book that Aaron talked about!

5 Responses to “Episode 71 – Interview with Aaron”

  1. JOHN Q. Says:

    Another amazing story. Aaron makes his gayness sound so easy and “normal.” I’ve rarely heard anyone so comfortable with his life. Surely it must be in part because of having such an early acceptance of his orientation, and then to have found his love so early.

    He comes across as having an ease of living his life that has given him and his partner a great deal of fulfillment. And all of this in Montana, of all places!

    Congrats to them – and what a lovely picture of the boys!

  2. Troy Says:

    I never thought about gay travel as a way to educate the public, but thinking back on our vacations, I can definitely see examples of when that happened.

    Also interesting how world travel reminds us that “gay” is a social construct. Would be good for me to remember that those of us in Europe and the U.S. need not define what it means to be gay for other cultures who are working things out for themselves.

  3. Casey Says:

    It is easy for me to understand why Aaron loves the West. I have lived in the West all my life, and God has not created any place like it!

  4. John Says:

    The best interview of the most recent I’ve listened to. Good job Tom, thanks Aaron. Perhaps one day I’ll get the chance to meet both Aaron and his partner because their travel business looks really interesting!

  5. (F)reddy Says:

    Mmmmmmmmmmmontana! What a great lesson, lower your expectations about your expectations and that’s when you’ll find what you’re looking for. Also, regarding the fighting, if anyone tells you they’ve been in a relationship for any amount of time and don’t “fight”, they’re liars. Fights are healthy, and makin’ up is F-U-N!

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