"...courageous and radically open"
strangers who arrive on Saturday are told that by the end of the week
they'll know more about sex than ninety percent of the population. What
they go home with on the following Saturday is a lot more than they
anticipated or were promised.
Besides laughing, crying,
swearing, and cheering through films and intimate discussions about
sexual values, body image, 'self-pleasuring,' gender identity, sexual
orientation, seduction, abuse, theology, and 'turn ons,' they faced off
with each other around an altar in the woods, under blankets and
star-filled skies, bareassed in the water, and with hands joined
singing in a circle.
Most everyone goes home forever changed. That is, if they make it through the week.
Annual Workshop on Sexuality at Thornfield was called "the world's best
kept secret." Now you're in on it. To order, please visit AuthorHouse
his book 'SEX CAMP,' Brian McNaught ventures into places where most
people fear to tread. His searing honesty combines with an overt
ability to pose issues about human sexuality that desperately need to
be faced, lest we continue to violate those who do not fit our security
boxes. I commend his work but only to those among us who are courageous
and radically open."
Bishop John Shelby Spong
Author: Here I Stand! My Struggle for a Christianity of Integrity, Love and Equality
Are You Guys Brothers?
intimacy, particularly between males, can be a challenge to maintain
for gay and bisexual men, and extremely threatening to heterosexual
men. Are You Guys Brothers?, a question asked of male couples
throughout the world, is a very personal and candid look at the topic
through the lens of an immensely happy and successful 32-year
relationship. This book is funny, deeply moving, and highly
instructive, of particular interest to gay men and women who seek
guidance in building and maintaining their relationships, and to
heterosexual men and women worldwide who want to better understand not
only gay people but also how to get past the roadblocks to intimacy in
their own relationships.
"No one has done a better job of chronicling what it is like to be gay in America."
U.S. Representative Barney Frank
"No one can... ever again complain, 'We have no models of gay men together'."