When Your Brother Voted for Trump

In this era where differing political ideologies are dividing families, finding a way to listen to each other with respect is more important now than ever. Join Gregg, his brave brother David, and therapist and... Read More

Atlanta Pride 49 Years In!

2019 marks the 49th anniversary of Atlanta’s Pride celebration held every October in Piedmont Park. This year 325,000 are expected to attend. Join Gregg as he and Jamie Fergerson, Executive Director of The Atlanta Pride... Read More

Out on Film Festival 2019

2019 marks the 32nd year of Atlanta’s own Out on Film Festival! This year there are 126 LGBTQ themed films and documentaries being shown over 11 days. Out on Films’ festival director Jim Farmer and... Read More

What Is Obscene?

For many years those on the Right have fought to keep images of homosexuality out of the public eye labeling them as “obscene” and therefore illegal. Join Gregg and attorney Michael J as we explore... Read More

Dealing with Anxiety and Depression

The National Council for Behavioral Health estimates that almost half of adults (46.4%) will experience a mental illness during their lifetime. Join Gregg and associate professional counselor, Tom Jones, as they discuss various treatment options... Read More

Supreme Court Cases and Queer Rights

From 1965 to 1973, the US Supreme Court ruled on six legal cases that were pivotal in the LGTBQ community’s fight for equal rights. Shockingly, these cases are not related directly to gay rights at... Read More

Trump: Short-Term Gains/Long-Term Losses

While Progressives bristle with disgust as President Trump fans the flames of hate and division in an effort to stay in office, many Independents who voted for him have chosen to overlook his abhorrent behavior... Read More

Growing Up with Gay Parents

Being gay and having children is a fairly new phenomenon in America, really beginning in the 1970’s as laws began to change.  These children are really the first generation of people raised by out gay... Read More