The realizations of our own attractions come when people accept others’ ‘unconventional’ sexualities as normal. Open-mindedness is on the rise.
“I can walk into a men’s bathroom, and no one blinks because I have my clothes on. But once I drop my shorts, there is a lot of explaining to do.”
Jenny Kanevsky argues for an inclusive transgender community where differences matter less than similarities.
Adam Ackley was fired after 15 years as a professor of theology when he came out as transgender.
Dillan DiGiovanni thinks everyone has a coming out story to share for National Coming Out Day.
Sarah Prager, founder and creator of the free mobile app Quist, illuminates some historical queer men.
The Good Men Project wants to hear from gay, bisexual, and trans* men.
Together we are teaching each other that it’s not really about straight men or gay men or all the men in between, it’s simply about men being who they are: Honest to God Real Men.
David Eagle thinks a recent Jack in the Box commercial featuring a woman withholding sex from her husband reinforces damaging stereotypes about gender and desire.
If terms like “genderqueer” and “pansexual” had been a part of the cultural dialogue years ago, Lyla Cicero wonders if more people today would be living more authentically.
Increasing gender role reversals create stressed men.
Men in positions of power need to overcome their fears, Hugo Schwyzer writes, and start making themselves available to members of the opposite sex.
No matter what kind of animosity exists between men and women, we must put the guns away, writes Nicole Jonson, and realize we can’t live without one another.
Feminine and masculine power aren’t exclusive to men or women, Brandon Ferdig writes, and each one needs the other.