Month: December 2019

Want to Make Your Relationship Stronger? Science Says to Get a Dog

Dog ownership is seen as a stronger sign of commitment than opening a joint checking account. Gay and bi couples who have dogs in their lives may fare better under the holiday stress this season than those who don’t. According to a recent study, two-thirds of gay and bi couples who […] The post Want to […]

5 Gay Dating Faux Pas You Don’t Know You’re Making

Gay dating is hard. There’s no way around it. When you throw yourself into the ring, you’re bound to occasionally get rejected, meet a-holes, and/or end up in relationships that don’t work out. But you can minimize the damage by being conscious about your own behavior. These common mistakes make gay […] The post 5 Gay […]

More LGBTQ Millennials Plan to Have Kids Regardless of Income, Survey Finds

The price of parenthood can be costly for LGBTQ families, especially those dependent on assisted reproductive technology. Since they married in 2015, Jonathan Hobgood, 37, and his husband, Kerry Johnson, 36, have wanted to be dads. At first, the couple saw adoption as the best path to parenthood, but South […] The post More LGBTQ […]

Gay Guys Share The Most Romantic Things That Have Ever Happened to Them

Who says love is dead? Dudes in one thread of the r/askgaybros subreddit have been sharing the most romantic things that have ever happened to them, and their stories of gallantry, devotion, and intimacy are enough to make even the most hardened cynic a hopeless romantic. Here’s a selection: “[I] […] The post Gay Guys […]

Sheraton Refused To Host Their Gay Wedding, So Hilton Offered To Do It For Free

A popular Vancouver gay travel vlogger and Mr. Gay 2019 says he and his fiancé were shocked to receive an email from a major international hotel chain declining their wedding in Puerto Vallarta, reports CityNews. Josh Rimer took to YouTube to share his story, explaining that he received an email from […] The post Sheraton Refused […]

‘Christmas Can Be Hard For LGBTQ People – Let’s Try to Be More Selfless and Less Selfish’

Those of us lucky enough to have homes to return to must look out for our friends and neighbours who don’t, writes Amrou Al-Kadhi. I loathe Christmas. The whole charade is designed to stir our anxieties the way that social media can, reminding us of the things we don’t have, […] The post ‘Christmas Can […]

The Queer Community Lost Two Heroes You May Not Know. You Should.

They may have changed your life & you didn’t know it. This will not be a typical 2019 year-end reflection in that it reaches back into 2018.  That was when we lost Ray Hill. Ray was the first person I ever met who openly identified as part of the LGBTQ community.  […] The post The Queer […]

5 Tips on Developing and Maintaining a Successful Intimate Relationship

Ah, the age-old question of how to keep the spark, love, and intimacy alive in a relationship. Romantic love is characterized by feelings of closeness, passion, and sexual attraction, along with a commitment to one another and your relationship. Compassionate love is characterized by mutual respect, affection, and trust. But […] The post 5 Tips […]

This Couple Wants Us To Keep Talking About HIV/AIDS

When Guy Vandenberg’s partner was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS, both of their lives were forever changed. Guy Vandenberg had been working as a nurse for a few years at San Francisco General Hospital’s famous ward colloquially known as “5B,” the first AIDS ward unit in the country, when he discovered his partner, […] The post This Couple […]

Gay Guys Share Their Funniest and Sweetest Hookup Stories

A self-described “hopeless romantic” asked his fellow Redditors for their “funny/sweet hookup stories,” and you know how it goes online: Ask, and you shall receive. Here are some of the best responses… or, at least, as much of them as we can safely print! The icebreaker “This one hookup I was with […] The post Gay Guys […]