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Matt Mitcham - Funky Trunks Underwear
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See the Funky Trunks Underwear campaign photo shoot with Matt Mitcham. Now available from

Jim Green shares about gay spirituality
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Jim Green shares about gay spirituality and his new book Northern Lights

Gays will marry your girl friends
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We support gay marriage. Here's why you should too.

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Cross in the Closet
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Timothy-Kurek Straight Christian Lives a Year as Gay Man. In his Nashville Christian church, Timothy Kurek was taught the lesson of God's wrath in the Biblical story of "Sodom and Gomorrah," and he believed that homosexuality was a sin.

"You learned to be very afraid of God," said Kurek. According to the preachings of his church, "The loving thing to do is to tell my friend who is gay, 'Hey, listen, you are an abomination and you need to repent to go to heaven.' I absolutely believed in that lock, stock and barrel."

So devout was Kurek as a teen that friends' parents would often call him to set their kids straight if they misbehaved or broke what they believed to be God's law.

"I would be the one on the phone until four in the morning, asking them to repent for their sins," he said.

But about four years ago, when a lesbian he knew from karaoke night confided to him that her parents had disowned her when she came out, Kurek felt that he failed her.

"I feel God really kicked me in the gut," he said. "She was crying in my arms and instead of being there for her, I was thinking about all the arguments to convert her."

Kurek's reaction ate away at him, and he wondered what it felt like to be gay and so alone. So even though Kurek identifies as straight, he embarked on what one religious writer called "spiritual espionage." He would live like a gay man for a year. Read more at:

This Gay Parenting Ad Will Melt Your Icy Black Heart
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Even if you hate kids and loathe matrimony, this short marriage equality ad for will melt your disdainful, Ice Queen heart.

In it, a cute goofy dad bonds with his so-adorable-you-could-eat-her-face daughter. They ride a plane, celebrate her birthday, fix her bike, read bedtime stories, celebrate Christmas. Throw in some twinlking piano, an emotional passage about parents being "big kids" and some "home movie" shaky-cam, and you've got an ad that even the Grinch himself would love.

The twist though is that even the best, most loving and doable gay dads in the world still get denied legal protections in Europe (and America). Why? Because our countries don't recognize same-sex marriages as valid, leaving our loved ones vunerable to discrimination from hospitals, schools, businesses and all sorts of government institutions.

Sucks, don't it?

But the European LGBT groups behind this "Invisible Parents" campaign — the Coalition for Equal Marriage and All Out — used just the right amount of sugar to help that bitter reality go down.

And if the ad leaves you feeling all warm and a tinge sad, visit All Out's campaign website and see what you can do to help.

You might also wanna call your parents and tell them that you love them. Big kids need love too, y'know?


The romantic life of a transgender couple
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Transgender woman Sittichai “Pond” Sufug and her husband, Benjamaporn “Ben” Rotjutakul, a tomboy living as a man, discuss their life together as a married couple in Bangkok. Video by Chumporn Sangvilert.

Make it happen
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Imagine a world without factory farming.

Make it Possible from Animals Australia on Vimeo.

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