Dr. James O’Keefe MD gives a personal insight into why homosexuality is indeed a necessary and extraordinarily useful cog in nature’s wheel of perfection.
Pray, let him rise.
Two years ago today, “The Imitation Game” came out in the UK. Dean Kostos’s sestina commemorating Turing’s brutal mistreatment at the hands of his government is disturbingly pertinent.
Today we still live in a society that proclaims in certain quarters that we don’t have a right to exist, but exist we do, everywhere, in all walks of life.
A historical mess…
His brother taught him a healthy approach to masculinity, which has carried him throughout his life.
He managed his freedom, desire, and identity, regardless of the worlds that told him he was never good enough.
As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
Perhaps one day, a Disney prince will kiss his prince and they’ll live happily ever after.
A PhD student discusses what it’s like being a young Muslim man in today’s world.—“I don’t like that man. I must get to know him better”Abraham LincolnLike everyone else I was horrified by the recent shootings in Orlando which killed 49 people… perhaps more so because I am a Muslim. Islam teaches Muslims around the world…
This is about men holding hands. In India, where I grew up, men showing affection this way was common and not construed as homosexual activity. I look back on how I interpreted this social action differently and how it has shaped me today as a gay man.
The time has long since passed that we speak out against repression in all of its forms.
Beaten up as a kid for being a ‘fag’ has left me wounded inside.
How do you feel and think about your body?
How we can make this world better for LGBTQ people?
Why is it when Daddy Warbucks takes in an orphan it’s cute, but when Batman does it he’s a pedophile?