RT @msmgf: Uganda VP Tells Bri…

RT @msmgf: Uganda VP Tells British Minister Death Penalty for #Gays will be Dropped #AntiGayBill #HumanRights

Something to start the conversation….

Facebook the lonely mans friend or foe?

Visit for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Gay? Bi? Take the Men’s Healt…

Gay? Bi? Take the Men’s Health & Rights Survey 2012 – The Global Forum on MSM @msmgf

So wrong its right!

A pal sent this to me and I have to say I love the idea – even if they forgot the LGBT seniors too but at least its creative.


RT @msmgf: Stonewall survey: N…

RT @msmgf: Stonewall survey: NHS ‘failing gay and bisexual men’ #MSM #Bisexual #Gay

Gay & Bi Men – Stand Up, Be Counted!

The Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF) is thrilled to announce the official launch of the 2012 Global Men’s Health and Rights Survey (GMHR)!

GMHR 2012 is the second global survey on the health and human rights of gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) conducted by the MSMGF. The first global survey – GMHR 2010 – yielded more than 5,000 responses from around the world, revealing vital information about the state of homophobia, human rights, and access to health services for MSM worldwide

Are you in a filter bubble?

Are we spending so much time on our own “bubbles” of health, they we have lost perspective on big picture needs, constructs and people? Hmm I wonder if our policy makers are listing? As web companies strive to tailor their services (including news and search results) to our personal tastes, there’s a dangerous unintended consequence: We get trapped in a “filter bubble” and don’t get exposed to information that could challenge or broaden our worldview. Eli Pariser argues powerfully that this will ultimately prove to be bad for us and bad for democracy.
Read our community Q&A with Eli (featuring 10 ways to turn off the filter bubble):

Sex Stings still happen…

Activists protest release of suspects’ names in sex sting
The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center says Manhattan Beach humiliated men arrested in a public restroom. Officials say providing names and photos is routine procedure in all cases.

By James Rainey, Los Angeles Times
April 11, 2012
A Los Angeles gay rights organization has protested the decision by Manhattan Beach police to release — and many local media to publish — the names and photos of 18 men arrested in an undercover sex sting at a public restroom.

Leaders of the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center contended that last week’s release of the mug shots, names and birth dates of the men could lead to public humiliation and more severe consequences.

Photo: Don’tcha just love th…

Photo: Don’tcha just love the image of this..

The hard push is on RT @filmD…

The hard push is on RT @filmDARKSHADOWS invites you to join its facebook fanpage…...

Night out with the boys

Time for some night out fun tonight at one of our fav San Francisco clubs; Beatboxsf is hosting Bears In The Dark tonight.


RT @PhilTheSore: Today! April …

RT @PhilTheSore: Today! April 12th – Powerhouse Bar (10p-1a) we will be offering free HIV/STD (syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia) testing.

Honor can’t replace those that…

Honor can’t replace those that died because of policy & political error RT @NancyPelosi: Today in #SF we honored 25 yrs #AIDS h


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Vintage “oh know they didn’t” Condom Truck drops it load

While not new – this continues to be one of my favorite of the “oh know they didn’t”…

Now this is Vintage!

“After fighting and boxing, they get tired and begin a new fight: two pieces of wood tied together by a cord, stuck into each fighter’s asshole, the one getting the piece of wood pulled out first, looses.” Stories and watercolours by Jens Kreutzmann (1828-1899), Greenland


Only just seeing this – ok so maybe its because he is french and has a sexy voice.. or I’ve seen him naked – but I sorta if liked this!



Social Learning Summit on Saturday, April 21st

Not all my interests are around sex and being gay! This is a great free online summit on social media and learning tools.

Social Learning Summit on Saturday, April 21st–a virtual, free, and worldwide conference being sponsored by the Discovery Educator Network on the use of social media and Web 20 in teaching and learning. One of the goals of the conference is inclusion, meaning we really want to encourage the broadest participation we can, not just for attending but also for presenting (don’t be shy–first-time presenters welcome!). We have started accepting presentation proposals already, and you can see the amazing and fun list of accepted HERE, and we are still accepting proposals through this Saturday, April 7th so don’t delay. Session blocks are 30 minutes in length, and more information on how to submit can be found HERE.

RT @SFCityClinic @502TEST: Sti…

RT @SFCityClinic @502TEST: Still no lines-no wait #1930MarketSt /Duboce. Until 7pm tonite. Free HIV test :20 min results #AHP

SFGMC’s takes its TESTIMONY with heart

The San Francisco Gay Men’ chorus performed last week and this was one of the numbers that is getting a lot of viral play – so I thought you might enjoy seeing and sharing.

TESTIMONY – Music by Stephen Schwartz
Lyrics taken from and inspired by the It Gets Better Project

In writing TESTIMONY, Stephen Schwartz collaborated with Dan Savage, creator of the groundbreaking “It Gets Better Project.” Schwartz has set the heartfelt words from the “It Gets Better” videos to music, weaving them into a breathtaking, emotional new masterpiece that speaks to anyone who has ever felt out of place.