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Ten Ways to Survive in a Trump World

Greetings fellow Americans, Three weeks ago we all received a shocking and historical blow. While the election is over, many fellow citizens are bemoaning the fact that this actually happened and “the Donald” pulled this off. It is time we stopped being shocked and instead start moving towards some action. Here are my ten ways… Read More »

Three Secrets to a Successful Relationship

Many gay men wrongly assume that sexual attraction means relationship (material). What is not understood is how to create wonderful relationships. Often times those of us who have created something wonderful go underground. We make it difficult to provide tangible, visible proof of what two men who are in love the right way can create.… Read More »

Why gay men don’t know how to date

My first male to male relationship began at seventeen with a queen as confused as myself. My second and full on living together,constantly drama-filled torturous relationship began at 20 and ended at 23. Because I had no self esteem and had spent time being brutalized,my third shot at glory lasted a year. Reviewing all of… Read More »

Why We Confuse Love with Care

Every time someone that I deeply care for says, “I love you”, I get frightened. It makes little sense to get shook up regarding this most basic of human needs and the thing myself and we all want the most. And yet, when it is stated it becomes a thing of suspicion. My personal experience… Read More »

How Money affects Gay Male Couples.. WARNING! This posts tells gay men’s dirty secrets

Men loving men has its own challenges and no place is this more evident than the realm of financial responsibility. Like many of our straight male counterparts, we often enter relationships with many severely limited and unproductive views regarding earning and managing money. More often than not , we equate a man’s earnings and or… Read More »

Moving beyond Fetish… The opportunities for growth and joy via black and white gay male relationships

I have spent half of my dating life with white men. As far as I can see, there is a great deal of confusion and mayhem regarding how these seemingly divergent groups get along, partner up and develop loving, committed non exploitative relationships. What is this thing we call attraction ? Is it learned ?… Read More »