Next Town Over Kid

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Mark Ward paints a chilling picture of parental abuse based on gender performance and implied sexual orientation.

The Misadventures of Dating when Queer & Crippled: The Art of Rejection

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Andrew Morrison-Gurza shares more of his adventures, including the types of rejections he deals with.

Am I Losing My Queer Cred?

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Justin Ropella navigates his queer identity now that he’s in an opposite-gender relationship.

Two Snakes

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A mystical poem from J.A. Dela Cruz-Smith, celebrating male-male intimacy and touching, in some ways, on the shamanic, the transformative.

Jungle Taxi

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Hansa Bergwall bombards us with a slew of sensual images in this tight, mysterious little jewel of a poem.

I’m Monogamous and That’s OK

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After much thought and contemplation, Jason Rozek realized he is, in his heart, a monogamous person. And he’s ok with that.

We’ve Always Been Here: Queer Men of History

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Sarah Prager, founder and creator of the free mobile app Quist, illuminates some historical queer men.

The Queer-A-Day Project Monthly Roundup: April 2014

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Tobias Gurl highlights five fascinating (mostly) men profiled on The Queer-A-Day Project.

Boys in Chairs: Body Image, Boyfriends, Sexuality and Self-image

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Andrew Morrison-Gurza shares some of the experiences of being “the guy in the chair” in the dating world, and what we can learn from them.

Look to LGBQ and Older Couples for Good Relationship Advice

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In a society where much research has been conducted into the stresses on relationships and marriage breakdowns, these new findings reveal some positive and affirming things about couples.

On Lance Bass and Coming out in a Small Town

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Lance Bass came out of the closet and you won’t believe what I thought about his mother!

Why I Wear Nail Polish

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Jonathan Reed is rebelling against a society that doesn’t want him to be himself.

15% Of People Think Bisexuality Isn’t A Thing

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People who hotly deny bisexuality might want to do some thinking about why the idea bothers them so much.

Call for Submissions: Gender and Sexuality

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JJ Vincent is looking for a few good writers. Do you have a story to tell?

Don’t Wait for the Next Policy Issue to Be an Ally in the Fight for LGBT Equality

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Timothy Oleksiak wants to point out — It’s not just about policy.

This Is Not An Article About Being Positive

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When Joseph Varisco was diagnosed as being HIV+, he learned a lot of things. But mostly he learned just how complex people can be.