Bob Lanning tells the story of his 46-year polyamorous relationship with two other military men.
Whatever part of yourself you’re hiding from the world, it’s holding you back from opening the door to your life.
For most people, the question of where to go is a given. But for trans*folk, it can be a daily issue. Can this be fixed?
Shane Fairchild lovingly remembers his truck-driving, motorcycle riding, 6-foot tall redheaded woman.
We all have different voices. Michael Carosone writes about finding his.
On his first day of school, Chris Pappas has a role in a post-apocalyptic Macbeth. His teacher’s note? He’s acting too tall and too gay.
We want the voices of gay, bisexual, and asexual men to be part of the conversation.*
A new study reveals evidence of a neurological distinction between gender identity and biological sex.
Mike Iamele believes that in the right circumstances, porn can be a helpful, rather than harmful, part of a person’s life.
A post-review of TLC’s My Husband’s Not Gay
Just because Amelia’s son is gay, it doesn’t mean he’s gender non-conforming.
Ged Gilmore performs a social experiment on his mates. He took them to see a movie. While they all enjoyed it immensely, every one of them was annoyed.
Bold and out in New York City but self imposed “straightening up” while back home. Curtis Young wonders if dual identity is holding back the black gay community?
Confused by all of the discussions about gender? This guide can help you sort it out.
Brynn Tannehill challenges the lies and fear-mongering that are being used to try to keep “reparative” or “conversion therapy” alive.
The best kind of boyfriend doesn’t ridicule you or make fun of you or tell you you’re wrong for how you feel. Even a 5-year-old knows this.