Saturday, August 17, 2019

Can You Change Your Standards of Beauty?

One of my recent Grindr Survivr podcasts deals with our standards of beauty.  I spoke with self-help guru Sandy Robbins about the matter.  Sandy has been designing personal empowerment courses for over 30 years, and although he's straight, he is also a theater director, so he's come across a gay actor or two along the way.

Saturday, March 9, 2019

New Cover For My Grindr Survivr Book

Hey everyone, I've got a new cover for my book: Grindr Surivr - How to Find Happiness in the Age of Hookup Apps.

They say "Never judge a book by its cover," but I'm amazed at how many people think they know what's inside the book just from looking at the title. But maybe the new picture might give potential readers a bigger world.  Crazy stuff happens on these apps - and you're probably contributing to the chaos, if you're not mindful.  So feel free to check out the book.

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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Are You Sabotaging Yourself - My Most Popular Podcast To Date!

In the third episode of my Grindr Surivr podcast, I coach my friend Chris about some of his dating decisions. Together we see how being superficial can rob you of a potential miracle if you're not being careful.

Feel free to check it out on YouTube:

And to quote RuPaul, "Now on iTunes"

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Grindr Survivr Podcast is Now Out

Hey guys,

I've created a podcast to follow on from my book Grindr Survivr: How to Find Happiness in the Age of Hookup Apps.

I felt it wasn't just enough to just whine and complain about the state of gay dating and how difficult it is to find substance in a relationship these days.  I wanted to have powerful conversations to start help people get clear on what they really want.  I want people to either powerfully choose to be single or to get clear on what stops them from committing.

Also, due to apps, I fear that the gay community is losing the "community" element.  Years ago, groups of guys (from different ages, races and backgrounds) would congregate in bars and clubs - and shockingly, they'd talk to each other and hang out as mates - even if they didn't fancy each other.  With the rise of apps, a big element of community has disappeared, or at least it's harder to find.  So I am going to make positive podcasts, highlighting the efforts of those queer/gay men who are trying to promote healthy community groups that empower gay guys.

Right now, it's only on YouTube, but I hope to have it on most other major podcast services within the next 7-10 days.  Please have a listen and give it a like and subscribe if you can!
Thank you so much!

And to quote Rupaul... "Now on iTunes."