In days of yore, when homophobia was very much still on trend, gay men felt ageless, spared the usual heterosexual milestones: marriage, children or spending our Sundays lathering up our Ford Mondeos on the driveway. Now, thanks to marriage equality, along with increased open-mindedness heading off bigotry as best it can, we are catching up fast and lapping up equality like a free charcoal shot.
Why Pride Month and the upcoming LGBTQ Pride festivals are the perfect chance for every man to lend a hand to his rainbow brothers and sisters.
With a loophole on Grindr now being exploited by users looking to see who has blocked them, Justin Myers takes a look at our unhealthy obsession with confronting our online haters and engaging with their irrelevant minds.
Here’s what you can expect from your sex life as you age – and don’t just take The Guyliner’s word for it, listen to those who’ve been there and done it.
Despite what loud-mouthed columnists might tell you, true diversity on TV has a way to go. Oh sure, a female, LGBT, or non-white panellist is occasionally wheeled out on a comedy show, or soaps cover a gay “issue” every now and again, but when it comes to gay-led TV, viewers are left wanting.
As summer takes hold, temperatures soar, and holiday romances suddenly seem a totally sensible thing to do rather than a doomed expedition into the world of gonorrhoea, sex on the beach is back on the menu. I mean, it has to be amazing – they named a cocktail after it, right? Sure.
Though he became famous in later years for partying with Cilla Black, or good-naturedly rolling his eyes at witless contestants on lottery quiz In It To Win It, the jewel in Dale’s eclectic CV was Supermarket Sweep, the surprise daytime smash of the nineties that became a cultural phenomenon.
At first glance, Less – Andrew Sean Greer’s Pulitzer-winning tale of a privileged American author travelling the world to escape his demons – may seem like just another middle-aged man whining into the abyss. But it’s so much more.