Out to Build Bridges

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Out to Build Bridges

This is a LGBTQ+ group.  All men are encouraged to join, including straight men.

However, unlike the already established AoM group "Gay and Bisexual Men", this group is wide open, no privacy settings enabled.  

The overall purpose of the group is to encourage conversations between the straight and non-straight communities.  This already happens in AoM, but it is scattered.  And it can't happen in the private "Gay and Bisexual Men" group.

Debate is expected, but this is for building up bridges not tearing down people.

Main rule: don't be a jerk.

Members: 38
Latest Activity: on Sunday

Discussion Forum

Bisexuality

Started by Ian Wilson. Last reply by David Johns May 29. 30 Replies

just going to throw this out there...this is not specifically directed at any comment, but i wanting to speak against some common myths that irk me when i hear them.for a bisexual, bisexuality is not…Continue

Definitions

Started by Milo Morris. Last reply by Michael J. K. Feb 24. 100 Replies

OK,This is related to the thread "Homosexual," "Gay," or What?...I'm puzzled by your definition of the word "homosexual." In common usage, it does refer to people, especially when its used as a noun.Continue

Marriage etc.

Started by David Johns. Last reply by Jack Bauer Dec 11, 2014. 2 Replies

Several years back I heard someone defend the right of sexual minorities to be married, using this train of thought which I would like to share here in the Out to Build Bridges group.Marriage is a…Continue

Tags: matrimony, marriage

Expositions: Letting Others Know About Your Orientation

Started by Milo Morris. Last reply by Milo Morris Nov 8, 2014. 4 Replies

I started this thread so that sexual minorities here at AoM have a place to discuss coming out. From what I have experienced, there are as many different ways to make a disclosure about one's sexual…Continue

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Comment by Milo Morris on June 28, 2015 at 10:03am

I'm glad to see that coming out to people is working out well for you so far.

Comment by Aelfred on June 27, 2015 at 11:01pm
I am still friends with my brother in law, despite outing myself to him last year. I told a few more co workers and one of my bosses from work last night. I'm glad to be out of the closet
Comment by Aelfred on June 4, 2015 at 8:08pm
I have still not come out of the closet to my parents yet, at the moment there is no need to, but I am satisfied with the way I finally told my sister and best friend in the past year
Comment by Milo Morris on May 21, 2015 at 9:00am

Hey Michael. Lots going on in RL as the concert season draws to a close, and I'm nearing the end of my securities licensing.

Comment by Ian Wilson on May 21, 2015 at 8:41am

thanks Michael.  it has been too quiet here, but i've been so busy with work and life and all to try to stir up discussions.

Comment by Michael J. K. on May 20, 2015 at 4:10pm

hope all is well with everyone here hugs

Comment by Aelfred on March 29, 2015 at 10:55pm
Welcome thisguypeter.
Comment by Aelfred on March 22, 2015 at 10:21pm
Coming out to my closest friend hasn't affected our friendship at all. I felt a lot better having told him, as for my parents I doubt they'll ever find out since they won't react well
Comment by Aelfred on February 20, 2015 at 11:51pm
Thanks because it wasn't easy to come out of the closet
Comment by Michael J. K. on February 20, 2015 at 11:50pm

Henry hugs and know you are my friend no matter what

 

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Latest Activity

Regular Joe replied to Pale Horse's discussion Backsliding in the group Christian Men
"So who among is truly saved and who isn't? Especially if we acknowledge that literally everyone sins?"
53 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Pale Horse's discussion Backsliding in the group Christian Men
"Let me rephrase that:  Does that mean that you can sin as much as you want, without being remorseful, and without ever repenting, and still get into heaven?  "
55 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Pale Horse's discussion 3,100 People a Week-- Will Our Next President Change This? in the group The Great Debate
"That's integration; not assimilation. "
59 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Pale Horse's discussion 3,100 People a Week-- Will Our Next President Change This? in the group The Great Debate
""I personally want deportation" You know that the 3100 people per week are people who were caught trying to cross the border, right? "
1 hour ago
Regular Joe replied to Pale Horse's discussion Backsliding in the group Christian Men
"I guess so. I guess that means that Satanists (and maybe even Satan) are just as connected to God as the best of the faithful. "
1 hour ago
Sir replied to Pale Horse's discussion Backsliding in the group Christian Men
"St. Paul speaks of two natures warring against each other.  The old sin nature is still around.  (Observation confirms this, of course!) We'd better hope that people who sin get into heaven, since that's all of us!"
1 hour ago
Regular Joe replied to Sir's discussion Is it manly to own a cat?
"A badger would be even better than a cat! "
1 hour ago
Sir replied to Pale Horse's discussion Backsliding in the group Christian Men
"Rev 3:14-16:   To the angel of the church in Laodicea write: These are the words of the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation. 15I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either…"
1 hour ago

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