HOMINUM presents Moving Forward, an eight-week personal growth program for gay, bisexual, trans, and questioning guys over 40
We've all heard "I can't be homophobic, I have gay friends" defense or some variation on it. However simply knowing a gay person does not inoculate a person from being homophobic.
I know I don't look good at the gym - I acknowledge that it looks like someone tried to drown me with my clothes on when I exercise
Connect with HIM – A Group for Gay Guys
WHEN: Wednesdays - 6:30pm - 8:30pm
WHERE: HIM Offices - 1033 Davie St. Suite 310
Please welcome the newest addition to the HIM family: HUSTLE Men on the Move!
Many of you may remember the documentary Gen Silent from last year’s Vancouver Queer Film Festival
Beginning on Tuesday, January 10th, the Men on Men Relationship Discussion Group will evolve into the new Men on Men: Born This Way Discussion Group.
"Imagine being rushed to the hospital for a life-threatening illness or accident, and being turned away for being trans
Physical health? Check. Social health and sexual health? Check, and check. Mental health? Hmmm?
I had the dubious luxury of living at home through the early years of my undergraduate.
One of the more intriguing campaigns we've seen over the past few years, I believe, has been 'It Gets Better'
For many queer individuals, the trauma they experience in their life manifests into symptoms of an avoidant personality
It's always nice to see what other people are doing to try and help guys with their emotional health issues
What are you doing this weekend?
I've flirted with sobriety numerous times.
Do you feel like you're bogged down or having difficulty with some aspects of your life?
Remember when credible reports of a person's sexuality came from a person? Neither do I. As long as orientation is the subject of gossip blogs and sensationalized tabloids, it'll be treated as some scandalous personality flaw.
The Vancouver Men's Chorus offer their gorgeous arrangement of song and a story about the pain of growing up gay. The heart-wrenching account of exclusion, harassment, and violence is one of many similar stories shared through the It Gets Better Project.
In the light of the recent gay suicides, here’s an interesting article on how the queer press are possibly harming the gay community more than it is helping it by dramatizing facts and reporting incorrect information.
Want to meet other young, fun, smart guys? Want to know how to be a better friend, lover, boyfriend? Then visit http://www.outright.ca/ and apply for the Totally Outright leadership course.
The guys at Health Initiative for Men know that life can be challenging.
HIM promoted a poster campaign during the Olympics. The campaign showed visitors the diverse and accepting side of Vancouver, while promoting public displays of gay affection. The posters included images of gay couples expressing affection on various street corners in Vancouver.
A friend of mine is currently having one of those on and off again relationships with his boyfriend of just one month. While this seems to be just another typical gay hook-up, I couldn't help but notice the change
I had the pleasure of attending the Gay Men’s Health summit this past Monday and Tuesday, a conference sponsored by HIM and The Community Based Research Centre.
Sunday morning, 2 a.m. A night of cocktails, lots of cocktails. It’s time to head home after spending too much time chatting up a (too confused) bisexual guy at 1181. No need for companionship tonight, especially confused companionship.
Coming out can be a real celebration! Remember the first time you might have realized that there was something a little different about yourself? Maybe it felt like you were finally being honest with yourself. Or your parents. Or your best friend. Or that girl you were dating. Or maybe you just told your dog and that felt good at the time. Maybe you told a complete stranger because it was easier
"I was a cycling machine, rising before dawn to shower and eat before riding a hundred miles, at one with my bike."
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