The release of HBO’s The Normal Heart stirred up Shadley Grei’s memories of how his own coming out was impacted by the start of the AIDS epidemic.
Shadley Grei describes the day he stopped being a kid and introduced himself to the father who had ignored him for eighteen years.
There’s now a home test for finding out your HIV-status and Shadley Grei hopes you never use it.
Shadley Grei always knew he’d be a father, but wasn’t prepared for the particular heartbreak that comes with being an ex-stepfather
Shadley Grei thinks men should overlook the tear-stained stigma of NBC’s family drama and watch it actually explore the real struggles of modern men.
Shadley Grei lived for thirty-five years without knowing his father. But, after he finally decided to forgive his father for their past, their relationship moved in a surprising direction.
Shadley Grei learned a lot more than he expected when he gave in and read Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In.
Shadley Grei remembers the awkward night he crossed paths with the father that had refused to acknowledge him for his entire life