You’d think a community that has been severely ostracised by society in the past would be more accepting of other minorities – but no, some gay men still exclude Asians and Africans from their sexual activities. Of course, they do … Continue reading You’re Not Picky, You’re Just Racist
Apart from the rigmarole of coming out to every person you meet and answering ignorant questions, sometimes it is easier being gay. For one, we don’t have to deal with the patriarchy that still permeates modern society. Men know what … Continue reading Sometimes It Is Easier Being Gay
So there I was, chatting to this gorgeous hunk of a man on Grindr. We had swapped pics and personal preferences and I was keen for action. In fact, I could wrestle in bed with him till dawn and it … Continue reading PrEP Is Killing My Sex Life
The hardest part of being different is having to explain yourself every single time. I dream of a day when that won’t be the case. But it’s foolish to hope that everyone will understand you because we’re always going to … Continue reading 3 Things Every Gay Man Wants You To Know
My name is technically Christopher, but you can call me Chris, bro, mate, girl, queen, fag and maybe the c-word if you’re a close friend. I really don’t care. Just so long as you’re being nice. But not everyone is … Continue reading Don’t Hate Gender-Neutral Pronouns
There’s a media frenzy going on at the moment in Australia about sports players touching each other. From bum slaps to crotch grabs. And not just men, but women too. The main discussion point is about sexual harassment in the … Continue reading Sports Players Are Allowed To Touch Each Other
Chances are you’ve done something sexual with someone of the same sex, even if it was a bit of show and tell or some touchy-feely. Which goes to show that the labels of gay and straight are not as concrete … Continue reading Bisexuality Is The Silent Majority
I still remember when Ricky Martin came out of the closet 10 years ago. The media went wild about it, naturally, but most of us already knew. It was more a collective sigh of relief than a celebration. But then … Continue reading When Will The Act Of “Coming Out” Be Ordinary?