Dr. Joe Kort wants us to challenge gender bias and stop shaming men about sex.
Within our gay culture, we have few if any role models. Here’s why.
A fatherless son will carry his absent father’s baggage until he gives it back. Dr. Joe Kort explains from his own experience.
Why do we judge masculinity by a man’s size?
A gay parent is often given “mainstream” status, mistakenly assumed to be straight and single or divorced.
Sex can and should be one of the most central pleasures in life. Instead, people project their fears and naiveté onto the word.
Children deserve parents who are committed and invested in them.
How one man changed his view from pathologizing gay men and reparative therapy to embracing the diversity of “normal” sexuality.
The reality is that many gay men use it. So, how much use is going too far?
Isn’t it about time we examine how stereotypes are harming us?
—Editor’s note: In Part 3 of this 3-part series, Jim Brillo of Out and Informed (TherapyCable) interviews Dr. Joe Kort about his book 10 Smart Things Gay Men Can Do To Improve Their Lives The two hit on male socialization regarding expressing emotions. Here are the highlights. The full video interview is below.Here are 10…
Growing up bi or gay in a straight world affects access to intimacy and relationships.
It is crucial that we not generalize men as sexual predators waiting to pounce on any unsuspecting person just to get our sexual needs met.
This discussion opens up a deeper conversation about how men navigate their sexual identities.
What happens when one partner wants sex more than the other? Dr. Joe Kort discusses sexual desire discrepancy.
In the complicated world of sex therapy, the concepts of abuse and victimization are not as easily defined as they are in the public’s mind.