The gay community is often associated with the gay scene. The gay scene is often (unfortunately) associated with somewhat superficial things such as parties, nightclubs and nightlife. So it’s nice to find a gay space that offers something for the soul. Easton Mountain is that place.
Dear Men’s Health,
I’m a long-term, loyal subscriber. I love your magazine. As a guy in my 30s, it’s a great source of information (that I can actually try and apply in my own life), as well as inspiration.
These are exciting, and increasingly progressive, times for the LGBTI community. Gay rights are now firmly planted in the mainstream political discourse. Broad public support for marriage equality is at an all-time high. Debates about complex issues such as HIV/AIDS treatments and transgender teens are becoming more mature and complex.
As a gay man, HIV/AIDS is an issue that has not directly affected my life or me personally. I’m HIV- and so is my partner. I don’t know many other gay guys. The handful (literally) of gay male friends that I do have, are all HIV-. So as an issue, HIV/AIDS has not left any marks or memories on my life.
There are many ways people and businesses can show support for the LGBT community. One organisation, Equality Funds, is showing their commitment to diversity and LGBT equality by putting their money where their mouth is – literally.