How to come out after your brother did it first: Jame Aitken’s journey to self love and acceptance.
Kate Conway explains how the “bromance” label implies that the deepest emotional connection a straight guy can form with someone else is to date them.
HeatherN tackles another set of questions from GMP readers about feminism and the feminist movement.
GMP’s resident feminist, HeatherN, tackles more questions from our “Ask the Feminist” series.
The graphic photographs of Wilfred de Bruijn after being brutally beaten in a hate crime are helping make change. – Warning, this post contains graphic images.
Resident feminist HeatherN tackles the first round of questions in our new series, Ask the Feminist.
HeatherN offers herself up for anyone who may have questions about feminism or gender politics. No question too big, no question too small!
When a former love puts Conner Habib in the hospital, he is left reeling with questions of abuse, betrayal, and a shattered heart.
Harris O’Malley insists that our understanding of masculinity today is a bubbling stew of misunderstandings, ignorance and anxieties.
What changes when people think you’re a woman? Nico Lang explains.
From saying “it’s a phase” to inviting someone you barely know to a threesome, Brigitte Tilley wants to help you be less of an asshole to your bisexual friends.
At first, John Edale worried about sharing this private aspect of his life in a blog, but has found that coming out as submissive has unexpected benefits.
I take my selfies because I am that guy who, unless he takes the picture or suggests it, doesn’t get his picture taken.
The vision of manhood perpetuated by the hyper-masculine ideology is one where men are little better than chimps, and Harris O’Malley wants to know why more men aren’t insulted by it.
Or, as Sintong Gaspari prefers to call it, “Sperms of Endearment.”