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Gay Men Should Do Whatever They Want in Their Relationships
Mark Brennan Rosenberg
Author, "This Made Me Think of You"
There has been a lot of controversy over a blog post I wrote on The Huffington Post two weeks ago entitled "Are Gay Men Scared of Monogamy?" Given the response, you'd think I'd written a post called "The Gay Apocalypse Is Coming, and If You Don't Pair Off, You're Going to Die!"
The Gay Community Doesn't Need To Adapt To Straight Culture
HuffPost Gay Voiced editor Noah Michelson joins HuffPost Live to discuss his blog post, "Why I Never Want To Be Just Like Straight People."
Why I Never Want to Be Just Like Straight People (And Why You Shouldn't Either)
Editorial Director, HuffPost Personal
What's got me so despondent (and dramatic)? A couple of recent blog posts that appeared on HuffPost Gay Voices, lamenting, worrying about or lashing out at queers (like me) who don't want to live a heteronormative life.
We're Here, We're Queer, We're Monogamish
LGBT relationship and lifestyle writer
There's nothing like my first-date dinner companion telling me he hopes I can someday play with him and his partner together. I don't know what happened to first-date etiquette, but this information might have been useful before wooing me into thinking you're a man I could settle for.
How Do Gays Crack the Monogamy Code?
Freelance columnist and fiction writer; creator, The Needle Pr...
Is it possible for two gay men to be in a long-term relationship and remain monogamous? Of course it is, but for the frustrated but hopeful "monogay," it often seems nearly impossible to find a homo couple who have surpassed the five-year mark without opening up their relationship.
'Monogamish': Two Is Company, but Is Three Really a Crowd?
Writer and Activist
By expanding our understanding of how a couple can operate together, and maybe throwing away that old saying, "two's company, but three's a crowd," maybe we can actually make ourselves happier and have longer, healthier relationships, even if they are "monogamish."
Your Boyfriend Lives With His Husband?
Having lived all over the country in several metropolitan cities, I have experienced and learned a lot about queer culture and diversity within our community, but nothing has shocked me more than what I learned in San Francisco. Gay men here mostly play by different rules.
The Gay Male Couple's Guide to Nonmonogamy
TV and film writer
Despite the perils it presents, nonmonogamy can be a source of great satisfaction. But when it comes to opening up a relationship, two men are best served by clear communication and mutually agreed-upon boundaries.
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