Gaining LGBTQ Equality in the Conservative South

On July 1st of 2020 Virginia will become the South’s first state to have a comprehensive law in place that protects LGBTQ individuals from discrimination based on sexual orientation or sexual identity. Join Gregg as... Read More

Life In a Sex Commune

Gregg interviews Katia Cool who spent 17 years living with a female partner in what many would describe as a “sex commune”. Officially named Lafayette Morehouse, the group describes themselves as an “intentional community” where... Read More

Overcoming Adversity: A Gay Cop’s Story

In 2017 Officer Charmaine McGuffey was fired from the Hamilton County Ohio Police Department (Cincinnati) after over 30 years of exemplary service and over 100 commendations. The given reason – she was accused of “man... Read More

A Man’s Gay Journey…Through Music

A break-up song, that song played at your wedding, that song that was so popular when you first came out…we all have certain songs that bring back special memories. Some are painful and others are... Read More

Being Gay in the Age of COVID

Join Gregg Bossen as he interviews two local therapists, Kyle Keane and Brian Gieringer, about some of the issues occurring within Atlanta’s queer community as a result of social distancing. Is isolating increasing your feelings... Read More

Open Relationships

Studies suggest that close to half of all gay male long-term couples allow for some form of sexual activity with others from time to time. These “open relationships” take many forms. Whether it be the... Read More

Gay Republicans in the Age of Trump

The Log Cabin Republicans are the original and largest organization representing LGBTQ+ conservatives and straight allies in the country. Began in 1977 in California as a rallying point for Republicans opposed to the Briggs Initiative,... Read More