This absolutely incredible poster from an Israeli LGBT Rights organization sums up the issues gay children face when coming out to their parents in just one sentence. We posted the son version earlier in the week, and we’re stoked to show off the one directed at parents of lesbian daughters. […]
A new study out of Oregon State University shows that 40% of straight couples in so called monogamous relationships have differing views on exactly what that entails – only one partner agreed to be sexually exclusive. Among heterosexual couples who did in fact agree to be in a sexually exclusive […]
An absolutely incredible poster sums up the issues gay children face when coming out to their parents in just one sentence. Incredibly poignant and eloquent, the image reads: “If you’re not with your son, you’re against him. If you love your son, love him the way he is. Just listen […]
Current TV’s Bryan Safi is on a quest to find someone to adopt some kiddies with him. The results are hilarious. Check out Bryan’s investiGAYtion into the preparedness of gay parents, and the necessity to you know, actually like kids. Safi points out that gay parenting is So. Hot. Right. […]
While flying back to Seattle from an assignment in Washington, D.C. for GayTravel.com, an ad in this month’s Men’s Health lifted my spirits caught my attention. I’ve been interested in Vibram Five Fingers for a while now. You know, the gorilla-looking shoes with the toes in them. I’ve held out on […]
We are thanking our lucky stars today that we aren’t allergic to our own semen. Apparently, some men experience flu-like symptoms after ejaculating that can last up to a week! We’re talking sniffles, fever, burning eyes, and intense fatigue. Well, the fatigue part might apply… Doctors rarely even realize the […]
Born This Way describes itself as “A photo/essay project for gay viewers (male and female) to submit pictures from their childhood (roughly ages 4 to 14), with snapshots that capture them, innocently, showing the beginnings of their innate gay selves. It’s nature, not nurture!” And while we agree, we would […]
Rapper Gucci Mane is showing off his terrible, terrible mistake on Twitter. Why, Gucci, whyyy?!
The Harbin Ice Festival has opened in China, and hot damn are we jealous! The 26th festival of it’s kind is expected to bring in 50,000 visitors. Basically, it’s a wintertime Burning Man. Towering Buddhas, pagodas, and fairytale castles were built by world-class ice architects for your viewing pleasure. We’ve […]
January 8, 2010 The Portugese Parliament legalizes civil unions for same-sex couples (+10 Awesome gay blog points) but rejects a proposal to allow the newly wed gay couples in question to adopt (-7 Fairness). We’re still chalking this day up to a win. Portugese homos literally celebrate with mimosas in […]
Incredible DIY site, and contender for best website in the universe (besides our own gay blog), Instructables is in the middle of their second annual Epilog Challenge. The conditions? Basically to build the coolest shit you can dream up instruct others how to build. Our favorite contender so far is […]
Gay blogs are reporting the GLBT Historical Society has opened the first gay museum in America. The Society is celebrating their 25th anniversary with the museum’s debut in the heart of the Castro in San Francisco. Unbelievably, the museum is only the second of it’s kind in the entire world. […]
Gay Culture: Everything You Should Know
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