Welcome to the after-school special of the digital age. A young man comes out to his friends, hopeful that they’ll be accepting and supportive, and they are! Except when it comes to the design of his coming out blog post. Tolerance only goes so far, and these geeks just can’t accept someone being honest with himself and his loved ones if he doesn’t at least have a grasp of CSS. Read the whole thread to find out when the first brainstorm will take place for the coming out redesign. Our favorite comment in the thread: “No, I’m an advocate of plain HTML, so I’m not going to gay up my coming out post.”
Getting older is never easy. For many gay men the idea of turning 40 is nothing short of terrifying.Â We ask ourselves the big questions, âWhat have I done with my life? What have I accomplished? Why is no one responding to my OKCupid profile?âÂ Our life experience checklist will continue to grow as we get older.&
NexNote: Will always wear shirts two sizes too small. Hehe
In honor of Daddy Days in Provincetown, 15 daddies we adore.
In one of this month’s most flamboyant displays of anti-gay sentiment and protest yet, a group of Frenchmen have once again stripped down and climbed on top of each other for a cause that they believe in. (Story continues below photos)