Is Tiger Woods destroying marriage, or is he doing what marriage is meant for?
Tony was born into an athletic family with a sports star father and equally able-bodied uncles and cousins. After college, Tony moved to Philadelphia and came out.
There’s nothing quite like a national awards show to remind me about the beautiful, liberal bubble of reason I inhabit. After a night that I only knew about in retrospect, America is evidently appalled by the semi quasi sorta- lewd performance of American Idol alum, Adam Lambert.
I don’t have to feel awkward or bad about being myself.
“I’ve had something weird happen a couple times recently. After my fiance and I have had sex, I started crying uncontrollably. It makes no sense! It was great sex! There was no pain. And I’ve never been raped or abused. It freaked me out and so my fiance was really worried. What is going on?”
I don’t believe you ever really get over an eating disorder and I constantly have to be careful… even today
In less than a week, we could witness yet another historic event in a year that has been packed with them: the first U.S. state to affirm gay marriage via popular vote.
Seems I can’t turn around without hearing news about a new hot party, event, club, exhibit, or activity. It seems that our local impresarios, promoters, and culturati must have heard all that grumbling about how tired the scene in Philadelphia had gotten and all at once decided that it was time to Do Something About It.
Awkward kids huddled together in gym class, their destiny determined by the order in which they’re drafted to a team. Non-athletic, flimsy boys die a little deep down inside every time a girl is picked before them. Where stereotypes and cliques are the ruling order, every terror of adolescence is played out in a game of grade school dodgeball.
Since June 2007, the Get REAL Project has been telling the stories of young gay, bisexual and transgender men in Philly. While continuing that mission, what follows is one in an occasional series of interviews with respected leaders in the LGBT community. Dr. Winn is a physician at Jefferson University and at Mazzoni Center and offered his perspective on some issues that affect our health.