Month: November 2018

Gay men with partners significantly older or younger talk about their relationships.   Why are people so curious about large age-gap relationships? In the world of opposite-sex relationships, it’s not unusual to read about an older man married to a much younger woman. Look at… um, Donald and Melania Trump. […] The post What’s It […]

Planning our gay wedding in Arizona gave my fiancé, Nick and I a big dose of nervousness. It is not a shocker or a big surprise that the beautiful, 48th state leans more on the conservative side of politics. Much of our hesitation was focused on how we were going […] The post Thinking About […]

The Rainbow Wave Has Arrived

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Tuesday’s midterms saw more than 100 LGBTQ candidates elected.   Tuesday was a day of historic firsts for our country. The “rainbow wave” that so many had hoped for seems to be here, with more than 100 LGBTQ candidates winning their races at the midterm elections. One of the biggest […] The post The Rainbow […]

Kathy Ottersten won a seat to the Fairbanks city council. (Kathy Ottersten/Facebook)   Some LGBT politicians in the US midterm elections have faced scathing attacks aimed at their sexual orientation. But one trans politician, Kathy Ottersten, appears to be the exception to the rule. In the city of Fairbanks, Alaska, two transgender candidates were […] The post Trans Politician […]

I moved to Berlin in March 2018 with my boyfriend of four years. Five months into living in the city, he tells me he wants an open relationship; not just discreet, casual no strings fun on the side, he want’s full blown romantic and emotional connections with other guys. I was happy to simply remain […] The post An Open […]

Noah and PJ are married now, but they shocked their wedding guests when it was time to take the floor for the traditional “first dance” as a couple. What they didn’t tell celebrants was that they had a surprise in store – complete with a smorgasbord of gay anthems and […] The post This Gay […]

Sam Park is the first openly gay and first Asian-American man elected to Georgia’s state legislature. There are less than 600 known lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer elected officials in the U.S. — just 0.1 percent of all elected officials across the country — according to a recent report by the Victory […] The post The 0.1 […]