Robert Barsanti believes it just doesn’t get any simpler than that.
An excerpt from Robert Levithan’s “Song of an Unlikely Survivor”
Robert Levithan travels to Turkey and unplugs from everything. He strives to live in the moment, until he has to return to his world of emails, Skype calls, and constant communication.
I never thought I’d say this, in what I used to believe was the greatest country in the world, but I don’t feel safe in America. Will I continue to be stripped of my rights? When will it end? Should I get out now?
Robert Levithan’s not sure any more if he’s going to outlive Sophie or if she’s going to outlive him.
Most people would say he shouldn’t still be alive, but he is. A heartwrenching excerpt from Robert Levithan’s new book.
When Robert Levithan turned 60, it sprung a lock.
With the passing of another International AIDS Day, Robert Levithan reflects on his experience.
Occupy Wall Street and the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell may mark the beginning of the end of an era of complacency, fundamentalism, and a privileged few.
There’s an ongoing challenge to not blindly accept the values of family, community, or society.
Robert Levithan explains why monogamy might not be for everyone.
Robert Levithan thought he was headed for his deathbed, but 15 years later he’s still cherishing life.
‘I have a problem that many would not, on the surface, see as a problem: I’m getting hit on by men in their early twenties—a lot.’
If you can’t confront your shadow, it’ll bite you in the ass.
In The New 60, Robert Levithan navigates love and relationships. Here, he wonders whether his dad’s habit of fibbing affects his attraction to “trouble.”
Psychotherapist Robert Levithan brings his Advocate column, The New 60, to the Good Men Project. In this first installment, he writes about the benefits of dating younger men and generally not acting his age.