“Colin Firth’s character and I have the same speech impediment: stuttering. I may not be a king, but this movie is my life.”
Matt Thompson had given up any possibility of coming home from Iraq—but he returned safely. Now, over a year later, he still can’t shake the urge to go back.
When Daniel Haack was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma at the age of 22, he started using a different line at bars: “Hey, my name’s Daniel, and I have cancer.”
Nothing can make you feel more alone than being unable to speak.
Wait, did my impersonation of the openly gay Latino superstar contribute to erasure of his gay identity?
A new book of photography showcases diversity within the gay male demographic and shows that masculinity and homosexuality are not incompatible.
Pride parades, especially in traditionally conservative parts of the country, are important, visual demonstrations of LGBT activism.
YouTube videos are just one way LGBT people are utilizing the Internet as an integral part of the coming-out process.
The creator of str8bro talks to GMP about posing as a bro, researching male desire, and balancing humor with pointed criticism in his LGBT activism.
An ongoing lawsuit between three bisexual men and a gay athletic league is reflective of the fragmented state of the LGBT community.
Why this week’s announcements from Cuomo, Bloomberg, DiNapoli, and Bruno declaring support for marriage equality are important.
Esquire’s new profile of Pixar creator John Lasseter explores the animator’s commitment to providing role models for boys—and their fathers.
A new study indicates that job postings can unintentionally suggest whether positions are typically held by men or women
Last year’s employment gains shouldn’t be interpreted as an end to the threats to male success in the workforce.
A new sitcom from CBS explores masculinity by looking at two extremes of manhood.
Association of gay, lesbian and bisexual military personnel will host the Outserve Armed Forces Leadership Summit in October