By Sarah Chown | August 2014


Risk refers to the possibility of a negative outcome such as harm, injury, or loss. There are many kinds of risk that we all encounter, from social risks to financial and professional risks to health and safety risks. In the lives of gay men, one source of risk is pervasive heterosexism and homophobia that create exclusion, discrimination, and violence – all of which are linked to health and social inequities (1, 2). As Chris Bartlett writes, generations of gay men have lived amidst risk day in and day out: living in the...

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By Keith Reynolds | May 2014

A long time ago in a place far, far away...

I never saw myself staying in my hometown, Ladner, when I grew up. Like my childhood hero, Luke Skywalker, I was raised on a farm, needed a haircut, and desperately wanted out. While Luke went on to save the galaxy with the help of some sassy droids and his besties, I...

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Summit 2014: October 30 & 31, 2014
The New Literacy of Gay Men's Health

Submission deadline: September 8, 2014
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