When You Say ‘I Don’t Believe In Feminism, Just Gender Equality…’

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You say one thing. But what we hear is something else entirely.

Comment of the Day: “Are labels the real problem?”

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The difference in not about the label, but rather the absence of fear.

Same Sex Sex and Why We Need to Remove Labels

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We are all human. How about we just acknowledge ourselves as sexual beings? Whatever make-up that involves becomes individual choice.

The Dynamics of Polyamory and Couple Privilege

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“Polyamory must be tailored to personal circumstances; it is broad enough include both relationships that are entirely fluid, and ones that reinforce patterns of stability,” writes Angelus Morningstar.

Struggling with “Twink” Envy

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As a young gay man, Glenn Garner struggled with the unrealistic body ideals that pop culture, gay and straight, said were “right” for guys like him.

Hey #WomenAgainstFeminism and Feminists Against #WomenAgainstFeminism: A few things we can agree on

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Sarah Beaulieu is ready to have a conversation about why there is so much hate against feminism.

The Hypocrisy of Pro-Slur Crybabies

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Larry Womack wants you to consider a few things before you claim the right to use a slur.

The 12 Most Baffling Things Gay Men Do, Besides Vote Republican

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David Toussaint seeks to understand why his his fellow gay men would be swayed by trends such as “straight-acting”, over-plucking their eyebrows and going on hookup sites but stating they are “not looking”.

Words Are Things: What I Learned From Author Matt Kailey

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Dillan DiGiovanni shares how reading about late author Matt Kailey’s sexual orientation made his mind explode.

Doing It Wrong: Why Labeling Relationships Isn’t Necessarily Right

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Taylor Campbell believes that a marriage isn’t a label — it’s a couple’s way of being together.

Why Labels Should Be Like Sticky Notes

Just make sure you have enough, because people change. Even you.

Cindy Gericke asks us to drop our labels, or use them all, or change them around whenever we want.

So What if Barack Obama is Gay?*

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Oliver Lee Bateman discusses tabloid “outings” and the need for reassuring either/or categories.

Single Men Want Love Too

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Forget the stereotypes; men are looking for love.

Bye-bye Binary

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Dr. Aqualus Gordon believes straight men who find themselves attracted to other men should require no explanation and should definitely not be seen as pathological.

Bisexuality: For Lack Of A Better Word

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James Patrik’s journey through bisexuality and other labels.

“The capacity for change in even the most backward people starts with compassion. Take it from a former Psycho Bitch from Hell.”

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This is a comment by Vironika Tugaleva on the post “How to Deal with a Psycho Bitch from Hell”. The more we label each other, the more we reduce each other to stereotypes and the more we barriers up the walls between each other. We have to start at compassion to be able to reach through the awful moments.