July 12 – Online Dating: Your Stories

Everyone’s got a wild online dating story to tell! Come tell yours for a night of storytelling – hilarious, terrifying, or heartwarming. We want to hear it all! Meet us at Elizabeth Park, near the stage, at 7pm on July 12. Snacks provided. This is a safe social space for gay and bi guys 18-35.Continue reading “July 12 – Online Dating: Your Stories”

Dear Kim: What’s the Story With Monkeypox?

Dear Kim,  All this news about monkeypox is freaking me out. I know it’s being detected a lot among men who have sex with men, which makes me nervous as a bisexual man. How scared should I be? How can I keep myself safe from monkeypox?  Thanks,  Freaked Out  Dear Freaked,  It’s totally normal toContinue reading “Dear Kim: What’s the Story With Monkeypox?”

Right to Life: A Note From Our Executive Director

Right to Life As LGBTQ+ people, WE have a right to life. And liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We and our allies have worked hard and tirelessly for decades to get to where we are today. We have no intention of going back. Our rights intersect with the hard won rights of so manyContinue reading “Right to Life: A Note From Our Executive Director”

Ask Kim: What’s the Deal With HPV?

Dear Kim,  I am seeing a new partner and recently found out that they have HPV. I don’t really know a lot about HPV, except I’ve heard it can cause cancer. How concerned should I be? And what precautions can I take to keep myself healthy?  Thanks,  Safety First  Dear Safety,  I get this questionContinue reading “Ask Kim: What’s the Deal With HPV?”

IMPORTANT: What You Need to Know About Monkeypox

You’ve probably heard about Monkeypox in the news or on social media. There’s a lot of information out there, so we’ve got a quick summary for you of the most important points you should know. 1. Risk to the general public is currently considered low. 2. It’s spread through close personal contact, like sex. ItContinue reading “IMPORTANT: What You Need to Know About Monkeypox”