Month: January 2017

5 Health Resolutions for 2017

New year, new me, right? A motto we’ve heard so many times before and rarely ever seen it through to completion! Ahhh, with 2016 being a challenging year for many (to say the least), we’ve all jumped onto the I AM CHANGING EVERYTHING wagon at the beginning of 2017, and we’re very optimistic about what’s going to happen next. Luckily, there are a number of resolutions that can help us all become better, stronger, and more successful. Keep in mind that unless we very strongly want to adopt a resolution and have something changed for the better in our...

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The Beauty of Being Gay and Single in Los Angeles

So many of us seem to constantly be yearning for the things we don’t have. When we’re single, we romanticize the idea of being in a relationship, having someone to come home to at the end of a long day. When we’re taken, we fantasize about the freedom we once had to do what we please with no strings attached. Needless to say, living in the moment and enjoying life as it happens is a task we could probably all improve at, myself included. Having lived in beautiful Los Angeles for almost four years now, I have experienced both...

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Our Stay at Tortuga del Sol Gay Men’s Resort in Palm Springs

Just as this past week has showered Los Angeles with some nasty, rainy, cold weather, my boyfriend and I figured it would be the perfect opportunity for a beautiful Palm Springs getaway. Let me start by saying that we don’t make it out to the desert nearly as much as we would like to, but our love for this little oasis town and its vibrant shopping, food, and gay scene always leaves us wanting more each time we visit. Having attended Jeffrey Sanker’s White Party the past two years, birthday parties at gorgeous Airbnb rentals, and random trips to...

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Los Angeles Gay Cruising: 7 Hot Spots

Some say gay social apps like Grindr, Scruff, and Jack’d have made hot spots once popular for picking up gay guys obsolete. Although they have indeed made finding guys for hookups and other fun much easier, we still beg to differ. The vast Los Angeles landscape contains many pockets of coffeeshops, collections of clubs, and public attractions like parks and beaches that seem to constantly be packed with the gays. Though most guys don’t necessarily default these spots to find sex or play, they have taken on a wider purpose of congregation and social interaction. Whether you are headed...

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10 Things I’ve Noticed About The Los Angeles Gay Scene

I moved to Los Angeles back in the summer of 2013 when I transferred from a small community college in Northern California to UCLA. I was only 20 years old, and although I had visited Los Angeles multiple times before moving here, I really did not know what to expect as an actual resident of Los Angeles. My many visits to the city prior to the summer of 2013 had been engulfed in heavy partying, drinking (making use of my Rhode Island fake ID), and becoming familiar with faces in the West Hollywood crowd that I would eventually one...

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