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Participating in Pride Parade: How it May Impact You

As a cisgender heterosexual male, I consider myself fortunate in many ways. The glimpses of homophobia I’ve personally endured directly, such as sometimes being teased and called “fag” for having a high-pitched, soft voice as a child, are minor compared to what anyone truly outside the accepted majority has to endure. At the same time, our cultural lack …

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The Snuggle Party Guidebook Wins an Award

The 2015 Next Generation Indie Book Awards have recognized The Snuggle Party Guidebook as a Finalist. It received this honor in the competitive Relationships category. As the Indie Book Awards is the largest not-for-profit awards program for independent publishers, and many, many books are considered each year, this is quite exciting. I should say it a bit differently: This …

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Exploring Masculinity: Thoughts on “Dear Woman” and Will Ferrell Spoof

Our views on gender impact our ability to maintain sustainability, peace, and meaningful relationships with one another. Whatever our own gender identity, gender expression, biological sex, attraction, or preferred relationship structure (see the Genderbread Person graphic for an excellent illustration of all these), we’re all affected to some degree by our societal programming in this …

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Beauty Born of Desert Storms: Nature’s Analogies for Conscious Relating

I was cycling along the quiet desert highways of southern Utah, beginning with Moab and then visiting five other towns, this week 15 years ago. A team of 25 cyclists pedaled to raise funds and awareness for Habitat for Humanity. Utah included one of the toughest segments of our entire cross-continental journey, 208 miles over …

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