I offer these thoughts to both single and coupled gay men, based on my perspective of what I’ve seen through the years. My experiences and observations as a gay men’s specialist psychotherapist might differ from other gay men, and even other gay male therapists, and we always have to be mindful of not indulging in unfair assumptions, stereotypes, or even prejudices.
In my opinion, beauty in a healthy relationship is that you don’t need to deal with or resolve the differences between the two.
By David Blackett | @boysiesPhoto © Getty images Come one, come all to the hot topic of OPEN RELATIONSHIPS. I can already hear the mumbles: ‘an open relationship isn’t a real relationship’… ‘if I was in love then I wouldn’t need anyone else’… ‘true love is only between two people.’ You guys […]
How many New Year’s resolution lists include something about sex? It’s hard to say since publicly we don’t talk about it much. That might be because sex is seen as less important than other things we make resolutions about, like our health (as if sex and heath were separate!). Or […]
I know I don’t have to tell you that gay men enjoy sex, honey. But so does everyone else – it’s called being human. One thing that separates us from the rest of society, unfortunately, is our experience with casual sex. It’s become a stereotype we often try to fight […]