We Need More Gay Scenes Like This on TV

Empire, one of the most high-profile shows in prime time, also has some of the most progressive gay scenes on TV.

I Wish I Would’ve Gone To Rehab

The sooner you accept your situation and allow yourself to heal, the better off you’ll be.

How I Stayed After Being Cheated On

We have a choice before us. One on hand, is everything we’ve ever known and loved, and on the other, an unknown and dark future. What would you choose?

Musings: Centerfold

Here’s what happened when he stumbled across a sight he didn’t think he’d ever see.

Sorry, Kid. Don’t Want You. You’re Gay.

Or bi, or questioning, or trans, or queer, or lesbian, or something else that “doesn’t fit”.

What Happens When You Mix Love, Depression and Sex

When your head isn’t right, nothing else will be. Sex and our intimate relationships suffer, further stigmatizing and shaming us. It truly becomes a vicious circle.

Can You Ever Get Over the Hurt From Abuse?

I’m married to a man who has broken my wings. Can our relationship heal? And can I fly?

Why We Run #26: Divorce Therapy

Running can be a container for our anger and hurt.

To the Boys Who Want To Dance

Despite the TV shows, music videos, and endless youtube channels, boys are still getting teased for dancing.

Living Inside the Storm

A woman opens a window on life with a bipolar partner.

Why Feeling Used For Sex Was the Best Lesson Ever

Not all “good” things are as rewarding as we’d hoped.

Navigating Changing Relationships—There’s No GPS

Unfortunately, there’s no road map for those times when a relationship suddenly goes south.

Ethical Opposition to the Israeli Regime

An Israeli progressive reflects on the future challenges facing her cause.

5 Reasons I Chose an Abusive Relationship

A man opens up about the benefits he received from his relationship with an abusive woman.

The Conversation I Was Never Prepared to Have

How one doctor’s appointment felt like a life sentence for one writer.

Depression. A Part of the Human Condition

When looking at the rich complexities of his own and other people’s life with depression, a man can still end up on the side of hope.