The Wholesome Gay Naked Yogi Tells His Secrets; Is Gay Culture Too Sexual?; Ryan Field Books

The Wholesome Gay Naked Yogi Tells His Secrets

I love this guy they call The Naked Yogi. He’s so centered and balanced. I’ve posted about him before and he sounds fascinating. This particular link will lead you to an interview he gave with one of the gay news web sites. I also see the word ‘wholesome’ all over these days, as if that what we’re all expected to be now, and I think this is a good example of my kind of gay wholesome.

Where did you get the idea to do male nude yoga classes?
I wanted to create a space for queer men to come together and celebrate themselves. We can carry so much shame with us, especially surrounding our bodies and sexuality. I’ve always been nude in my home practice, and I love it. I’ve found it to be really healing to do alone, but there’s something special about sharing in the experience with others.

Here’s a link to the rest, and there are photos with his husband. He just seems like one of the sweetest, nicest people I’ve come across on the web in ages. And so wholesome, too.

Is Gay Culture Too Sexual?

Here’s another one of those Reddit discussions. It’s interesting at face value for several different reasons, one of which I point out below. But keep in mind it is Reddit, not a scientific study. And it’s not representative of all gay people.

“I feel the same way,” said another. “I guess that the gay community has been all about sex since a real relationship was so stigmatized. I like sex just as much as any other guy, but I’d like to have a normal relationship, too. I’m glad to know I’m not the only one who has this problem!”

Here’s a link to the rest.  Once again, though, it’s another story about people complaining about too much sex. You never hear people who like sex complaining about those people who don’t like sex. They just leave them alone. But the sex haters are always the most vocal and always the first ones to comment.

How to be a Good Gay Bottom

How to Be a Good Gay Bottom by [Field, Ryan]

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