You've got a lot going on. Whether it's work pressures, bills, relationships, family issues or feelings of isolation, life as a gay man can sometimes be overwhelming. This section provides resources, articles and information about how you can take care of your mental health. We also have listings for our Professional Volunteers who specialize in mental health.
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.
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?
Do you feel like you're bogged down or having difficulty with some aspects of your life?
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.
The guys at Health Initiative for Men know that life can be challenging.
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