Michael is a historian and same-sex community activist who uses history as a tool to educate others about the struggle for equality in modern times. Friends describe him as an unabashed proponent of equal rights as well as an eloquent writer whose opinion is meticulously researched.
Michael will be featured weekly on theBrideScoop to share his thoughts and knowledge about same-sex marriages and civil unions. He says, “I am so excited to be writing for theBrideScoop!!! Their choice to include same-sex relationships on their site represents a wonderful opportunity for highlighting both the traditional and unconventional aspects of same-sex relationships. I hope to showcase my thoughts and experiences on life, love and all the good times in between.”
Michael has a Master’s Degree in history from Loyola University Chicago. He believes strongly that it’s great to know a lot about one thing, but it’s more fulfilling to learn a little bit about everything. He is a writer, poet, carpenter, artist and home cook.
Michael Faltum’s grandmother raised him on Chicago politics, the Cubs and Bette Davis movies. If that doesn’t sum him up, we don’t know what does. To find out more about Michael, please friend him on facebook and follow him on twitter.