Even in some of the most upsetting experiences, seeking out humor can help us heal.
Smart, funny, Canadian, and not to be confused with the late night Goth queen, Elvira Kurt talks about being a lesbian dad, whether London is gay, and how to be cool.
Mainstream acceptance of gay men represents a shift in how we see masculinity.
A generation later, Kile Ozier believes the gay community has still not healed from the ravaging shame and grief that accompanied the AIDS crisis.
Townes Coates reminds us of the days before the internet provided more straightforward ways for gay boys to connect.
Love one another—the rest is commentary.
A lifetime of homophobia had beaten down Larry Best, but with the help of a friend, he has regained pride in his manhood.
Feeling like the only gay student at one’s high school remains a paradoxically common experience.
Donald and Maurice come close to tying the knot.
More than twenty years ago, popular Boy Scout troop leader Chuck Merino came out as gay. What did an average teenage boy learn from this exceptional coach?
American travel writer Sophie Needelman meets an Israeli soldier who shows her the gay State of Israel.
The first in a two-part series, in which travel writer Sophie Needelman brings her identities as a West Coast American college student to the State of Israel, and begins to unpack.
Wood planks joining steps to porch marry, like ‘a kind of same-sexed couple’ at the front of an ancient farmhouse.
Daniel Lee Fee’s elegy for a young man describes the feelings “neither one of us guys / was brave enough, / simple enough, / to say, / to say out loud.”
The Good Men Project sits down with Dylan Edwards, graphic novelist, to talk about his book, “Transposes,” which tells the stories of seven gay transgender men.
Bill and Kelly’s community made sure their family enjoyed every benefit of marriage, starting with a wedding.