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u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/gaybros

Trainers can be good, but be aware that personal training is a totally unregulated field, so you can have any piece of paper and be a "certified" trainer. Men's Health can be a good magazine, but a few issues and you're good. I've found that they repeat a lot of their older routines and label them as new, or combine two and do the same thing. As a matter of fact, I recommend Men's Health books more than the magazines. Their Big Book of Exercises is a great resource, especially if you want to try your hand at making your own routine. I also agree that looking on blogs is a great idea. I'm going for my certification in personal training right now and haven't quite been brave enough yet to make my own routine, but I just recently finished this Shortcut to Size and really liked it. If you just google exactly what you want, chances are you'll find a great routine that you'll love.

Hope this helps!

u/replicasex · 2 pointsr/gaybros

Not a conventional recommendation but one of my favorite novels is At Swim Two Boys.

It's an Irish novel set during the 1912 Easter Uprising.

It's a bit dense but it's a really breathtaking book. Watch out for the dialect. You'll get used to it.

It's about love and making a place for yourself, an identity. It's a masterpiece.

u/ew73 · 91 pointsr/gaybros

> Jeremy was never quite sure about his feelings for Oliver, his gay pet dinosaur, until Oliver scores big and leaves home to pursue his dreams of being a dancer.

> Years later, the two of them reconnect for dinner in New York City, and realize that there may have been more to their relationship besides prehistoric pet and master. Now a wealthy socialite, Oliver the triceratops is willing to take another chance on Jeremy, and soon the two find themselves locked in a passionate evening of gay human-dino love.

> This erotic tale is 4,300 words of sizzling human on gay triceratops action, including anal, blowjobs, rough sex, and prehistoric beast love.



u/sixandsevens · 3 pointsr/gaybros

I think you're trying to refer to John Money and the Reimer case. (Link is to a book about the case and Dr. Money's influence on gender studies/identity politics and I highly recommend it.) Basically that case, among some work by Dr. Milton Diamond, led to the conclusion that there is some inevitable "nature" aspect to the determination of gender, whether it corresponds with biological sex or not.

I appreciate that you acknowledge not knowing much about certain groups and reaching out to understand them, as I often find myself in the same position. I wish more people thought that way.

u/EarnestBlue · 12 pointsr/gaybros

This reminds me of a decent book I read some years ago titled More Sex is Safer Sex. It was interesting to me, partially because the reviews of it were pretty polarized. Here's a link if you're interested: https://www.amazon.com/More-Sex-Safer-Unconventional-Economics/dp/1416532226.

u/bromin8d · 1 pointr/gaybros

I'm way late to this party, but there is a truly exceptional book called At Swim, Two Boys by an Irish author. It is set around the time of the Easter Rising in Ireland and the story and writing are fantastic.

Here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/0743222954

u/ape_unit · 1 pointr/gaybros

This looks interesting though I kind of hope this book paid more attention to historical accuracy and nuance than this review of it did.

Another excellent work on early gay culture and the development of a distinctly gay identity in the United States is Chauncey's Gay New York, a fairly serious scholarly review or pre-WWII gay life in NYC.

u/joeydball · 1 pointr/gaybros

I just read The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach, and I really enjoyed it. It's about a baseball team at a small midwestern college. A couple of the characters are gay, and all of the characters are fascinating.

u/footnotefour · 1 pointr/gaybros

I've read his book The Gay Metropolis: The Landmark History of Gay Life in America. It's a very interesting -- and occasionally erotic -- read, even if a number of things are presented matter-of-factly when their actual historical truth is in question.

u/Leonine09 · 1 pointr/gaybros

Thanks for this!!! I'm putting it on my TBR list.

Currently reading:

Possible Side Effects - Augusten Burroughs


House of Leaves - Mark Z. Danielewski


Scott Pilgrim Series - Bryan Lee O'Malley


Just bought:

More Than This - Patrick Ness


Looking into the list that your provided too!

u/cpao · 7 pointsr/gaybros

Given the context where this picture was posted, it immediately reminded me of this book cover. Looks really delicious, though.

u/puddingpop_preacher · 2 pointsr/gaybros

pinata Gay Pride Pullover Hoodie Unisex 3D Digital Sweatshirt Cool Hooded Plus Size https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HJ5TDQD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_5Z.oDbBJJP270

u/musicbro · 2 pointsr/gaybros

It actually is called that haha.
THE BIG BOOK has basically every excersize that's worth a damn in the gym as well as things to eat and workout programs inside.
I sound like a commercial for this book so I'm going to stop talking about it

But if you're looking at a workout book to switch up your exercises or just correct techniques in the gym, this is a good one to go by.

u/fahcredit · 83 pointsr/gaybros

And The Band Played On is worth a read, if you've not already read it.

u/jrmax · 1 pointr/gaybros

As an add on to this, if anyone has a lot of time to kill read "And The Band Played On" which I believe is also a documentary. It's a long, long read but very interesting look at the AIDS epidemic from the beginning of the 80's up to 87 set against the framework of gay life at the time.

u/thelowcrows · 2 pointsr/gaybros

Is this part of this book? (I found this in the comments and looks like a real collector's item!)

u/FoucaultMeMichel · 0 pointsr/gaybros

Go buy him the book Dude, You're a Fag. It's an ethnographic study of high school students and their use of the word "fag." The author concludes that it essentially has no relationship to sexual orientation, but rather that "fag" is used to police masculinity.

I'm not totally sure if it's really that much different from how "feminine" operates here...

Here's a nice summary: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dude,_You're_a_Fag

u/MoleMcHenry · 9 pointsr/gaybros

I'm currently reading Dude, You're a Fag: Masculinity and Sexuality in High School. It's an awesome book about gay theory and how out environment can shape sexuality and our perceptions on sexuality and masculinity.

u/jadedoto · 23 pointsr/gaybros

This is actually an American book called "Daddy's Roomate" that was published in 1994... You can purchase it here: http://www.amazon.com/Daddys-Roommate-Wonderland-Michael-Willhoite/dp/1555831184

u/StudlyItOut · 1 pointr/gaybros

i bet i know what sort of food and drink they serve there

u/scottgreyjoy · 2 pointsr/gaybros

I was reading John Dies at the End last night in bed and had a few moments of... horrorterror

Here are a few books I'm reading right now:

  1. John Dies at the End
  2. Infinite Jest

  3. House of Leaves
u/Hellbear · 4 pointsr/gaybros

You should tell that to the developers of Reddit's iOS APP.
Without the space between the URL and the period, reddit's iOS app treats it as part of the URL and tries to take you to https://www.amazon.com/More-Sex-Safer-Unconventional-Economics/dp/1416532226. when tapped.

u/RainAndWind · 2 pointsr/gaybros

Or this which allows you to get the designer stubble look on your face if you wish: http://www.amazon.com/Philips-Norelco-Stubble-Moustach-Trimmer/dp/B003U8ESI4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1345595604&sr=8-1&keywords=philips+beard

And it has a vacuum to catch most of the hairs! I'm thinking about getting one soon.
1mm to 18mm, compared to the bodygroomer which is 3mm to 11mm. So you can get shorter and longer hair with this, which I would say is a big plus.

Obviously designed for your face but no issue using it anywhere else I assume.

u/theGreenMarmot · 1 pointr/gaybros

Before I started really growing my beard out I used this phillips norelco with the vacuum thingy. And I hate it, but too cheap to buy something different. It leaves some hairs partially cut, so it causes the hairs to tear, and can be pretty painful. So stay away.

u/viviphilia · 21 pointsr/gaybros

Yes, from that shitty post which gets a laugh at the expense of gender-sex variant individuals, I am assuming that he has not imagined it. If he had actually imagined what it would be like, for example, to have been "Born a male. Bad circumcision. Raised female" then he might understand how painful it is to be lumped in with a "household pet that walked across the keyboard."

In that particular case of a botched circumcision, one doesn't need to imagine since there is a detailed biography of such a person. "As Nature Made Him" is the tragic story of David Reimer, and how he was driven to insanity and suicide by the doctor who tried to raise him as female after a botched circumcision. While it might be funny for a "simple gay man," this kind of social humiliation drives some people to their deaths.

Seeing it happen here, where people should know better, is especially sad.