Even through our disagreements, the ups and downs, and the silence that hangs in the air through many of our conversations, there's one truth my father taught me and it is the greatest Father's Day gift he ever gave me.
The fact that sense and sensibility are often being thrown out the door around this issue has finally got my boxer briefs in a wad, and I'm going to share a piece of my mind as to what gay marriage will do for the world ... yes, even for you heterosexuals!
Are you a married man fooling yourself into thinking you're not gay, but that you just like having sex with men? I used to be in your shoes. After coming out, here's the advice I have to offer you.
YourTango Expert Rick Clemons explains why Jason Collins is just another glaring example of how gay male athletes are received in the world sports ... as opposed to lesbian players.
Invincible, proud, determined, excited and waving the rainbow flag. That's often the stereotypical view of a teen that comes out of the closet. On the other hand, they also often feel isolated, afraid, broken and not quite capable of fitting in. Regardless of the perspective, there can be one small, yet very large perception that get's overlooked and leads teens into sexual hot water!
Larry Cappel is a trained relationship coach and a licensed marriage and family therapist. He can be reached through his website if you'd like to talk about any aspect of your relationship. Olly olly, oxen free! In the children’s game Hide and Seek, the players stay hidden until found or called to come out of their hiding spots. As adults, if we stay hidden we pay a high price for our invisibility.
Transgender first grade student Coy Mathis has been banned from using the girls bathroom at her elementary school.
In the latest headline news, and in advance of his book, "The Soundtrack of My Life," music mogul Clive Davis plucks the third letter — "B" for bisexual — from the LGBT acronym to define his own sexual orientation.
Let's be honest. Manti Te'o and your stalker please leave the news headlines. I'm sure Manti would appreciate that. And as for the confused Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, while molestation may have led to some of your actions, being gay is in the DNA and not to be compared to a "drug addiction." If you want to be cured then go to a liars anonymous group to be healed or continue to chat with Dr. Phil because he's bound to get you straightened out.
The moment I was born, I had my first "coming out" experience. Of course, it meant nothing to me — my mental capacity was yet incapable of grasping what "coming out" and being gay meant. Still, the DNA wire crossing was complete, never to be undone.
It's really not too difficult to believe that Anderson Cooper once dated a few ladies. And it seems, at least at one point in his life, this was also how Anderson Cooper operated.