Category Gay Life

Sexuality, “The play of the senses”

Do we know each other? Hello, my name is Jose, I am 45 years old and my boyfriend’s name is Luisfer, he is 13 years older than me and together we rediscovered our sexuality, but this time starting again from… Continue Reading →

On the experience of helping someone to know and enjoy their sexuality

Sexual accompaniment is work that helps a person with functional diversity (colloquially referred to as a person with a disability) to enjoy their sexuality. As the concept of functional diversity is broad, so are the professional responses. The first time… Continue Reading →

Sex is Relating

We have this tension between wanting to live alone, that things will go our way, while at the same time needing to be part of a community, share and be part of something bigger.  Understanding that in the current world,… Continue Reading →

Schlagernacktparty Therapy – part I

Your suitcase is already waiting in the hall You leave me alone We look at each other and just feel It must be so Still you stand hesitating in the doorway And ask, “What will become of you?” Holy Thursday,… Continue Reading →

Still Gay

The world is moving forwards and identities like gay and lesbian are being challenged by the young generation, by the academic world, by people’s experiences. Many of our clients had a history with women and don’t necessarily identify with the word gay. Neither… Continue Reading →

The hidden pain of coming out – „La Cortina“

It’s August, I think 2009, and I’ve gone to the beach with my girlfriend – as I’ve been doing more and more in the summer months since we started dating. For the last 2 years we’ve been in a fairly… Continue Reading →

The consent paradigm, part II

This is part two of an article by our dear Moxe. To read part one, click here. I believe there is a social context that tells people how to act, what to feel in certain situations and what is wrong… Continue Reading →

The consent paradigm

As a gay cis man (cis or cisgender is a term for people whose gender identity matches the sex they were assigned at birth based on their genitalia) the question of consent is uncomfortable, there were moments I didn’t wait… Continue Reading →

Moxe’s Queer Parenting – Lonely in a crowd

The other day I had some amazing all heart tantric sex, doing all the things I like, pleasuring another man. When it was all done, I had this feeling of running away. Like when I was single and young (well… Continue Reading →

Queer two-spirited fatherhood

When I was 17, at the therapist desk with my parents, I told them I am gay; I was afraid they wouldn’t accept me, the reaction of my mother was that she was worried “What kind of life a man… Continue Reading →

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