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New WHO Diagnostic Labels Perpetuate Transgender Stigma

The movement of the World Health Organization (WHO) to declassify transgender identity as a mental disorder is simultaneously a step forward in affirming the personhood of gender minority individuals, and a step backward in diagnoses that adequately reflect their health needs. Show More Summary

Gay Civil Unions Have Begun Taking Place in Italy – PHOTOS, VIDEO

8 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Same-sex couples have begun receiving civil unions in Italy, months after the nation became the last in Western Europe to provide some measure of marriage rights for its LGBT citizenry. Same-sex civil units were finally approved by Italy’s parl… Read The post Gay Civil Unions Have Begun Taking Place in Italy – PHOTOS, VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.

Gay Officer Wounded in Dallas Shooting Faces Lengthy Recovery, 30% Pay Cut

8 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

An openly gay Dallas police officer wounded in the July 7 shooting that left five of his colleagues dead faces a lengthy recovery and a 30 percent pay cut while he’s unable to work. Jesus “Jesse” Retana (above left), a 10-year veter… Read The post Gay Officer Wounded in Dallas Shooting Faces Lengthy Recovery, 30% Pay Cut appeared first on Towleroad.

Boxers or Briefs? Pokémon Go Players Strip Down and Spill – WATCH

8 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Pokémon Go has officially permeated deep into the core of contemporary gay culture. In the latest episode of The Underwear Expert’s web series “Boxers of Briefs”, host DanielXMiller goes to Pan Pacific Park in Los Angeles to ask Pok… Read The post Boxers or Briefs? Pokémon Go Players Strip Down and Spill – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.

PBS’ Upcoming ‘Hamilton’ Documentary, Gillian Jacobs, Jane Sanders, and More: This Week’s Recommended Reading

Here at Flavorwire, we pride ourselves on not only writing some of the best content on the internet, but keeping an eye on all of the great writing that other folks on the Internet are doing, too. This week, we have commentary on Hillary Clinton’s DNC speech, news on a documentary about Hamilton, an interview with Gillian […]

Recap: Jeff Ross presents Roast Battle Night 1

Comedy Central’s four-night mini-series, Roast Battle, kicked off last night, broadcasting from the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, and lemme tell you: it was a scorcher. To paraphrase head judge Jeffrey Ross, this show is not for the thin-skinned (and you thick-skinned folks, see a dermatologist). We’ve got the blow by blow after the jump. […]

Canadian Band Meet Drake’s Dad, Write Song About It Called “Drake’s Dad,” Make Video Featuring… Drake’s Dad

If you’ve written a song about Drake’s dad, inspired by the real-life experience of hanging out with Drake’s dad, then who better to appear in the video for the song in question than… Drake’s dad? Because we live in a magical world and America is the land of opportunity and dreams really do come true, […]

Justin Bieber’s Manager and LeBron James Reportedly Had to Urge the Biebs to Decline $5 Million to Play an RNC Event

According TMZ‘s sources, organizers behind a Republican event really wanted Justin Bieber to perform in Cleveland during the Republican National Convention — so much that they offered him $5 million. And according to what those sources (from CAA, the talent agency where the Biebs is represented by Scooter Braun) told TMZ, the pop star “seriously considered” it, as […]

How Many Doctors Does It Take to Start a Healthcare Revolution? (Rebroadcast)

Season 5, Episode 3 In part one (“How Many Doctors Does It Take to Start a Healthcare Revolution?”), we continue conversations from last week’s episode, (“How Do We Know What Really Works in Healthcare?”). Anupam Jena, a physician, economist,...Show More Summary

Four Lessons Learned at AIDS 2016

This month, HRC joined over 18,000 HIV and AIDS activists, advocates and researchers in Durban, South Africa to kick off the 21st International AIDS Conference. While the world has changed dramatically since Durban, South Africa hosted the International AIDS Conference 16 years ago, HIV awareness, research and activism continues around the globe. Show More Summary

A House, Kids, Dog, and Years Later, ‘Easy’ and ‘Marriage’ Were Never in the Plans

Sometimes easy, sometimes the hardest thing they've ever done—but here's how a marriage can be built (and undone). The post A House, Kids, Dog, and Years Later, ‘Easy’ and ‘Marriage’ Were Never in the Plans appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Does Clinton’s Nomination Now Put Boys and Men to the Back of Society?

Is there any merit to this conservative commentator suggesting that Hillary Clinton's nomination means that boys won't think they can be president anymore? The post Does Clinton’s Nomination Now Put Boys and Men to the Back of Society? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

My Boyfriend Refused to Wish Me a Happy Birthday

Dear Demetria: I’ve been dating a guy since January. He doesn’t celebrate birthdays or holidays. Fine. Today is my birthday and 5 p.m. came, and this man still hasn’t wished me a happy birthday. I texted him and we got into an argument. I wasn’t expecting him to roll out the red carpet, but is […]

The ‘Man Card’ and Mental Health—Why Do Men Resist Help?

It takes a really good man to stand up and be the change his wife, children, and brothers need. Will you be one of them? The post The ‘Man Card’ and Mental Health—Why Do Men Resist Help? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

‘Jason Bourne’ A Dull Chapter in the Bourne Saga

Jason Bourne is an alright sequel but can’t compare to the previous films I think Matt Damon is a great actor. I have really liked his portrayal of Jason Bourne with each film giving people more of an idea of his checkered past and who he really is. Show More Summary

How My Fiancee’s Natural Ruined My Life

It started with a black satin pillowcase. I don’t know when it arrived, but I know that once it got there, I was banned from touching it. Even though it is a pillowcase, I couldn’t actually lay my head on it because apparently I have a greasy mechanic’s rag for hair. Such is the life […]

Cousin of Cop Killed in Baton Rouge, La., Wrongly Arrested in the Ambush, Allegedly Denied Diabetes Medication

The cousin of one of the Baton Rouge, La., law-enforcement officials killed in an apparent ambush was wrongfully arrested and allegedly denied his diabetes medicine after being deemed a suspect in the ambush, the Daily Beast reports. Damarcus Alexander was out with a friend at a Wal-Mart July 17, buying a white shirt for church. […]

Soul Mates And Kaleidoscopes (Part 2)

Isn't it possible that our "soul mates" are not always our romantic partners, but rather our life's possibilities? The post Soul Mates And Kaleidoscopes (Part 2) appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Become a Tower of Power

Are you living the life that you want? The post Become a Tower of Power appeared first on The Good Men Project.

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