532: Living from Boys To Men In Rural America – Taylor Brorby

Growing up a boy in a mans world is hard enough. But growing up a gay boy in a rural masculine, coal and ranch country is a whole other way of growing up. From bullying to beatings and watching the correlation of tearing up the planet as a metaphor for tearing up someone’s self worth,…

530: Making The Music of Your Queer Life – Alysia Kraft

Imagine growing up on a cattle ranch in small-town Wyoming and feeling like you are literally the only queer in town, or for hundreds of miles for that fact. No imagine you are creative, artistic, and want to be a music person, but you can’t let the real music out of the bag you want…

184: Helping Gay Men Feel Seen and Heard – Adam Lippin

Loneliness is an epidemic that is growing by the day. Gay or straight it is causing huge amounts of mental health issues. For gay men, the isolation and lack of connection often compounds our isolation. You just want to cry, “Hear Me!” That’s exactly what Adam Lippin, founder of HearMe.App has created. A way for…

529: Uncloseting Fun In Your Life and Work – Mike Rucker

FUN. Something many of us have let disappear from our lives. Whether it is because of COVID, political strife, human rights, or simply because we keep letting life get in the way, FUN is a commodity that is worth fighting for to bring joy into our lives. Guiding us to uncloset fun and make it…