Month: August 2021

Gay Dating After 60: How to Fall In Love Again

Gay Dating After 60: How to Fall In Love Again

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If you’re a single gay man over 60 entering the world of mature gay dating, there’s a good chance you haven’t dated in a long while. Don’t worry. Finding true love can happen to anyone, at any age. Here are three ways that finding true love later in life is […] The post Gay Dating […]

Almost Half Say They Wouldn’t Be Comfortable With HIV+ Barber

A new study shows an inordinate percentage of Americans say they wouldn’t feel comfortable interacting with a doctor or barber living with HIV. The GLAAD 2021 State of HIV Stigma Study is a national survey in partnership with the Gilead COMPASS Initiative measuring American attitudes toward HIV and people living with HIV. […] The post Almost Half […]

13 Things to Do in Queer NYC August 25-September 8

New Yorkers can take advantage of the remaining weeks of summer at events across the city — including queer parties, audio exhibits, and more. Keep in mind that many venues require proof of vaccination. Check out some of the events coming up from August 25 to September 8. Check out the […] The post 13 Things […]

This Gay Man is Trying To Break Into a Different Kind of Drag Racing

Drag Race and drag racing are “similar with a lot of pomp and circumstance,” he says, including “unnecessary drama. But they’re vastly different. We’re a little quicker.” Travis Shumake wants to drag race — but RuPaul can’t help him with the kind of drag racing he’s trying to do. Shumake […] The post This Gay […]

Top Tips For Dating An Older Gay Man

Top Tips For Dating An Older Gay Man

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Salt and pepper hair. A face hardened by experience. A certain sense of calmness and stability. There is just much that makes the idea of dating an older gay man irresistible. Are you dating an older gay man or thinking about dipping your toes into that more mature water? Well, […] The post Top Tips […]

Human Trials to Begin for Moderna’s HIV Vaccine

Can Moderna use its COVID-19 technology to end HIV? Biotech company Moderna may begin human trials this week for two mRNA-based HIV vaccines, according to the National Institutes of Health’s clinical trial registry. The study, in the Phase I stage, would measure the safety of the vaccine and collect information on whether […] The post Human Trials […]

Dallas’s Gayborhood Is Making a Post-Pandemic Comeback. Many LGBT People Still Don’t Feel Welcome.

Activists and longtime regulars say Oak Lawn’s LGBT nightlife destinations have a long way to go in creating safe spaces for all people For the past year, the local LGBTQ community has looked forward to the reopening of the city’s favorite dance floors and watering holes in Oak Lawn. Tucked […] The post Dallas’s Gayborhood […]

America’s Next Top Model Alum Marvin Cortes Comes Out As Bisexual

The 28-year-old was the runner-up on cycle 20 of the popular reality modeling competition.  Marvin Cortes is opening up about his sexuality and living his most authentic life.  Earlier this month, the 28-year-old model and content creator took to social media to share with his fans and followers that he […] The post America’s Next […]

Gen Z Identifying as LGBTQ at Higher Rates Than Previous Generations

Gay rights advocates paved way for LBGTQ Gen Z A new survey shows that adults born between 1997 and 2002 – Generation Z – are more likely to identify as being part of the LGBT community than Millennials, Baby Boomers, or Seniors over 70. Check out the original story here: […] The post Gen Z […]

Netflix’s ‘Pray Away’ Looks Behind The Curtain of The ‘Ex-Gay’ Movement

Filmmaker Kristine Stolakis said she was driven to explore the controversial movement after the sudden death of her uncle, a conversion therapy survivor. Check out the original story here: NBC Out. When American documentarian Kristine Stolakis set out to make her debut feature film, she knew she wanted to shine […] The post Netflix’s ‘Pray […]