A revealing documentary window into the lives of nine gay New Zealand men aged 24 through 78, ‘Men Like Us’ highlights the common threads in our continuing struggle for everyday happiness in a straight man’s world. Now available on DVD and digital download.
Just like Jesus, or a zombie. Or maybe both. Yes, Bipolar Bear is going to come back. Maybe. But it’s in your hands…
This will be the last Bipolar Bear blog entry. I don’t know if I will start up again at this stage. Some of my reasons are explained in this post.
Airports are the one place where it is completely acceptable to show unabashed emotion without giving a shit who is around you. Airports and natural disasters. Quite a few similarities there, really, although airports probably qualify as unnatural disasters.
Karl Moser’s HIV diagnosis came at a time in his life when he was self-destructing through depression. Not only has he learned how to live with HIV, but he’s also reclaimed the keys to a life worth living.
“I’m 20 and I have equal attraction to women and men. Is this OK or should I keep it to myself?” I’m wondering about Wondering, the troubled correspondent to the Lost In Love column of mX, an irritatingly-spelt piece of litter forced at gunpoint into your hands at rush hour on trains in three major Australian cities.
A gay festival in a country town is quite a thing to behold. While you expect liberalism in cities, gay people are largely invisible in places where cows and sheep outnumber the people.
Pete started his career in IT at 22, at a company he loved, with a culture and colleagues that inspired. He left four years later in an ambulance. The incident was the horrific endgame in an escalating maelstrom of workplace bullying by two of his supervisors, who decided to take the company’s less-than-stellar performance in the marketplace out on their employees.