Be the gay man you are.
No excuses, no fears, no apologies.
Let's get real. Dump the gay stereotypes that society has thrown on us. Quit following the rules of what being a "gay man" is supposed to be. It's time for you to own up, man up, and show up the way that you're meant to...your way!
If you feel vulnerable, be vulnerable. Tired of carry pretending you've got it all figured out, then stop. Want more than the corner office prestige? Tired of the constant hooking up or lack of sex? Wishing you had a relationship, but never getting there? Then do something about it that is more than fabulous lip service.
It's time for you to make your bold move, stop sugar coating your bullshit, ask for help, take some scary risks, go ahead and wallow in the unknown, and start living life on your terms.
40 Plus: Gay Men. Gay Talk. The podcast where being naked with ourselves get's us off in life, not just in the moment.
Each week, host Rick Clemons, dives in with raw, real talk about gay men's man junk, and yes, every once in awhile we will even talk about that junk between your legs. From sex and relationships, to fears and vulnerabilities, career challenges to body image, it's a no holds barred approach guaranteed to get you uncomfortable in your gay self, so you can strip away the toxic, stereotypical rules we gay guys think we're supposed by in the world.
It's a no excuses, no fears, no apologies approach to for being a gay guy over 40!
Men have been innately raised from childhood to be self-reliant. Do it yourself. Man up. Don’t ask for help. Yet, one of the biggest downfalls of men is that we often are too self-reliant and we don’t let others in and end up becoming isolated. My friend, and a man I consider a mentor, John…Read More
The holiday season is upon us. If you’re in the good old USA, Thanksgiving is just two days away, and poof then it will be Black Friday. Of course, if you really want to be obnoxious you will be out shopping on Thanksgiving Day, but that’s a whole other podcast, so to speak. So what…Read More
He went from introvert to being his own version of a badass. So what caused the change? He realized that being fully expressed was more important than hiding behind a shadow of pleasing everyone else, just to not attract attention. Lou Bortone, the “Godfather of Video Marketing,” joins me with a candid talk about not…Read More
He said, she said. It’s a part of life, and a part of this podcast as my sister – Jackie MacDougall – from another show – Forty Thrive – joins me in a true “He said, she said” moment. Well actually more than a few moments as we compare notes about what men and women…Read More
He’s a WHORE, for PREP. A wonderful human offering responsible education about the use of PREP to prevent transmission of the HIV virus. He’s not afraid to talk about it, the use of it, nor to talk about why he uses it. He’s owning his sexual truth, sexual practices, and why feels freedom to be…Read More
Rick asked me to be on his podcast. I listened to some before I made the commitment. He is such the kind of person I surround myself with. These podcasts are very important for so many reasons but the most is that they will teach you about humanity.
Author of Good Enough Now
Rick provides a space for real conversation, connection, and a sense of calm that allows for relationships and change to develop and take hold towards something better together.
Rick is a giant teddy bear. He may look rough and tough, but he’s extremely compassionate, genuine and has a huge desire to help people make bold moves in their lives.
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