JJ Vincent realizes we still live in a (relatively) heteronormative society. And all he wants is a place at the table to talk about the stuff guys talk about.
Like his beloved pet snake, who lay dying on his lap, Eirik Rogers knows how it feels to be cast out of the garden for your sins.
When a former love puts Conner Habib in the hospital, he is left reeling with questions of abuse, betrayal, and a shattered heart.
Jerry Mahoney offers a list of techniques to teach children about accepting different types of families.
Johnathan Fields recalls the course of his life so far, as measured by black men he has loved.
Anthony Carter knows how hard it is to survive a childhood that was critical of who he was. He wants that to change for the boys of today.
Tom Gaultieri examines the ways in which homophobia, not the constitution, have historically dictated laws about homosexuality.
Donald D’Haene wants to know: Where are the fearless members of the LGBTQ community?
Jerry Mahoney suggest we look at all of the forces involved in parenting before judging whether single sex parents are “good” or “bad”.
What are a bunch of Christians doing at a Pride parade? Supporting the LGBT community, of course.
Jared Karol on dealing separately with the confusion of having a gay father, and the man his father was.
Travis Mamone is bisexual and beloved.
Joshua Taylor had already given his heart to his boyfriend of 15 years, Ryan Doughty. Then Ryan needed a kidney.