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Surrogacy 101: Getting Started Guide

This article will hopefully answer your basic questions about getting started with surrogacy as gay men, or at least getting ...
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Daddy Squared Around The World SEASON FINALE: Russia, China, Iran

Throughout the season we've interviewed gay men from countries around the world, but all of these countries could easily be ...
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Gay Dads Save The World, Day 6: The Soup Kitchen Organizer

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 6: The Soup Kitchen Organizer

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Single father Romayne Pollard organizes a Soup Kitchen in Chicago. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, how it effected the family, and so on. […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 5: The Oncologist

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 5: The Oncologist

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Dr. Eli Diamond works with cancer patients during COVID-19. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, how it effected the family, and so on. These […]

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 4: The Visiting Nurse COVID Command Center Manager

Gay Dads Save The World, Day 4: The Visiting Nurse COVID Command Center Manager

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: David Rosales runs the COVID Command Center for a visiting nurse service in New York City. His job was completely transformed due to the destructive effect the global pandemic had on the city. Every day we call one gay dad who is an […]

Gay Dads Save The World Day 3: The VA Health Administrator

Gay Dads Save The World Day 3: The VA Health Administrator

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic:   Jonathan Holmes, who works at the VA Medical Center in Wisconsin talks changes amid Covid-19 outbreak Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, […]

Gay Dads Save The World Day 2: The Flying Nurse

Gay Dads Save The World Day 2: The Flying Nurse

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: John Cunningham Works as a Flying Nurse in Philadelphia. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, how it effected the family, and so on. […]

Gay Dads Save The World Day 1: The Pediatric ER Doc

Gay Dads Save The World Day 1: The Pediatric ER Doc

A daily dose of gay dads on the front lines of the global pandemic: Algernon Cargill Jr. Works as a Pediatric ER Dr. in New York City. Every day we call one gay dad who is an essential worker, and ask him the same questions: how has his changed during the pandemic, how it effected […]

Covid-19: A Guide for the Socially-Anxious

Covid-19: A Guide for the Socially-Anxious

Shame, embarrassment, shyness, fear of rejection: these are the components that have been putting me in quarantine long before it was “in fashion.” On the other side of the boxing ring lies the fear of missing out and the desire to have meaningful and true friendships. Who wins this fight? For years I’ve been struggling […]

3×14 Coming Out AFTER Having Kids

3×14 Coming Out AFTER Having Kids

Coming out after being married to a woman and having kids takes a certain bravery and strength. In this Season Finale we bring you two fascinating and new stories of men who tried to force themselves to live a straight life and eventually came to terms with who they really are.   Kade Bartlett comes from a […]

Kids At Home Activities

Kids At Home Activities

How Many Times Can You Play Chutes & Ladders Before You Want to KILL YOURSELF? Thanks to this damned virus, a huge percentage of the world is stuck at home. As gay men, we almost certainly have, readily available in our home, wigs, size-10 stilettos, and all the other things necessary to play dress-up (oh, […]

3×13 Free Range Kids

3×13 Free Range Kids

Have We Parents Gone Nuts? When we were kids our parents let us run around the neighborhood alone at the age of 8 or 9 – some even younger. Now parents accompany their kids to playdates at those ages. Have we become so fixated on our kids’ safety and on the quality of their experiences […]