Month: January 2019

Author Garrard Conley opens up about creating Boy Erased and why we need to focus on survivors.   If I tell you how many we number, will you listen to our stories? If I tell you that before we possessed this figure, before we learned that there are 700,000 conversion therapy survivors […] The post What It […]

Denver City Council has unanimously passed a ban on gay cure therapy. The city-wide ban in Denver, Colorado, is the latest in a wave of bills across the US seeking to tackle the discredited practice of attempting to “change” sexual orientation or gender identity. Denver City Council members unanimously voted for a […] The post Denver Lawmakers […]

Turns out homophobia really is ugly.   We all know that homophobia is ugly, but it turns out it could be an indication of more than just a rotten personality. According to a recent study published in Social Science Quarterly, attractive people are more likely to be accepting of gay sex compared to […] The post Attractive People […]

Karl Krause and Daan Colijn, a German and Dutch born gay couple who run the travel blog Couple of Men, began receiving e-mails and Twitter notifications that someone on Twitter was using their photos to post messages supporting pedophilia. The Twitter user, called Alex (@vaceyi), described themselves as “a “Bi-sexual, Intersectional […] The post Gay Bloggers […]

How to Find a Relationship in 2019

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When it comes to dating goals for 2019, you may just want to date yourself, which is completely OK; the more comfortable you are with yourself, the more comfortable you may be later if you decide you want to date someone new. And, if you do want to focus on dating this 2019, […] The post How to […]

An inclusive new option for a new year.   The beginning of 2019 saw a handful of laws go into effect in New York City, but one piece of legislation has transgender advocates particularly excited: residents of the five boroughs can now obtain birth certificates with a neutral “X” gender marker to […] The post New Yorkers […]

Arizona Republicans have introduced a bill (House Bill 2002) that would fire teachers for discussing “controversial” political, racial and religious messages, but it doesn’t say who gets to decide what’s “controversial.” Specifically, the text of the bill says, “Education in a democracy is best served by teaching students how to think, not […] The post Arizona Republicans’ […]