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It’s rare that I find anything in mainstream gay media to get excited about. If you consider HuffPost’s “Gay Voices” to be mainstream gay media, a recent post gave me a glimmer of hope for a future in which anal sex isn’t assumed to be the norm among same sex attracted men.
The post was titled “8 Things Straight People Get Wrong About Gay Men“. Occasionally, there are hints that perhaps just…
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One of my favorite blogs is Cypher Avenue. It’s a blog that was called “Discreet City” when I first began reading it. The blog is written by and for gay men of color. Though I am not a gay man of color (as far as I can tell from looking in the mirror), I enjoy reading the blog and share many of the opinions expressed on the site. It is especially refreshing when someone besides me makes the…
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Like most same sex attracted men, I struggle to fit in. I don’t fit in straight culture and I don’t fit in gay culture. My struggle is for my own identity. I’m not some depraved half man/half woman. I’m not obsessed with anal sex and the worn out question “are you a top or a bottom?”. (I am neither -I find anal sex repulsive) I am also not amused when some limber-dick messages me on Scruff or…
Just Big Guys: This is how a Real Man looks, 9/10
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Why are the words discreet, straight acting and masc4masc so popular on gay social networking apps and websites? Are people who use those words really self-hating queers who need to learn to accept who they are inside or is there something less sinister going on here?
I believe the reason for the popularity of the words in my first question is not widespread self-hatred but strong evidence of the…
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and on that day, not a single STD was exchanged!
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I’ve personally written about this before but a friend sent me a link to this article yesterday. It’s an older article but validates the point I try to make with this blog.Guys On The ‘Side’: Looking Beyond Gay Tops And Bottoms
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