Warren Blumenfeld on his experience with ACT UP, and why we must continue to fight the good fight.
Riffing on a familiar narrative, Steven Cordova presents a narrative of disease and duality which is both achingly beautiful and oddly sweet.
When people ask me how I survived growing up in Texas, I always admit that it sucked, but that I wouldn’t trade places with anyone. I’m proud of growing up there, and for out-growing it as well.
As a new report from the Center for American Progress details, LGBT people, especially LGBT youth, are at a far greater risk not only of winding up homeless, but being abused on the streets as well.
“And a child shall lead them.” The Rev. Dr. Neil O’Farrell shares a nativity story to beat the rush.
The international organization credited the “dramatic progress” in combating the disease to the steadily expanding access to treatment.
Despite significant medical advances that help HIV-positive Americans live increasingly longer and healthier lives, many people still have widespread misconceptions about how the virus is actually spread.
Kenny Neal Shults wants to take “An un-serious look at a the serious subject of why we circumcise our kids with two short comic films that poke fun at American secular circumcision.”
Bono says, “What are the blind spots of our age? It might be something as simple as our deep-down refusal to believe that every human life has equal worth”
Christopher Doyle and his ex-gay advocacy group PFOX insist conversion therapy would help “save gay men from AIDS and suicide.”
For 30 years, gay men have been prohibited from donating blood; the AMA has decided that it is time for that to change.
Comedian Kenny Shults gets historical, emotional, and, of course, funny—about some very difficult and controversial topics.
Michael Douglas’ candid talk about the connection between cunnilingus and cancer has inadvertently brought about a higher awareness of HPV and reminded the world that dental dams and vaccinations are out there for a reason.
— With a title like “Happy,” I found it hard to believe that Pharrell Williams’ makes-you-wanna-move hit could be improved upon. Then Star Wars characters were added to the mix and its joy-inducing potential sky-rocketed. [Read More...]
Jed Diamond investigates the ways in which the female and male bodies tend to be medically different, and require different treatments and approaches for the same conditions.
Strongman and seminary graduate N.C. Harrison reflects on a satisfying Academy Awards presentation that showcased the power of song.
Mark Greene asks, how is it that empathic men have been collectively tagged as “easily hurt” or “delicately aware?” Who made that decision?
Boys will be boys, unless their black, then they’re adults.
Jed Diamond, PhD shares how to understand the fear and hurt beneath a man’s anger and help him move through all the feelings on the way to love.
Author Billy Coffey speaks about the effect his father had on his life, and where it’s brought him now.
Boys are often told that having a sexual experience with an older woman is a “badge of honor.” But many times such experiences can more accurately be described as a “traumatic experience” and even as a case of sexual abuse.
The UN’s recent reports on the treatment of children in Syria and in the Roman Catholic Church revealed some of the despicable acts committed against boys that are part of a disturbing and hidden global trend.
Daniel Parmeggiani shares how his neurosis for perfection led him to discover his true innocent nature.
It all started when he and Mary decided to throw a party.
Sometimes a visit to the pub is more than that. It’s a lesson in friendship, craftsmanship, and sincerity.
— With a title like “Happy,” I found it hard to believe that Pharrell Williams’ makes-you-wanna-move hit could be improved upon. Then Star Wars characters were added to the mix and its joy-inducing potential sky-rocketed. Enjoy:
I would die so hard if I was ever entered in a bloody winner-takes-all tournament to the death.
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