Bi Men Don’t Need to Hide Anymore

There is a very positive message in the video from the guys who are part of the Male Healthy Touch Club, which caters to gay and bi men, but many of their posts are from closeted bisexual guys who are looking for a safe space to enjoy the company of other men.

There are some groups across the country, from San Francisco to Boston and Seattle. CLICK HERE to see the list of existing groups.

The group encourages masculine touch with other men, and extolls the positive energy of that:

Touch and emotional connection are two of the simplest and most profound ways of experiencing wholeness   Babies and adults thrive on them. In fact, babies can’t be healthy without being held and touched a lot.

As a man who wants deep connection with other men (whether you consider yourself gay, bisexual or something else) you are just as impacted by the joy and pleasure of nurturing touch and emotional connection.

And again, many of the messages come from men who are closeted or are in heterosexual relationships and consider themselves heterosexual, or may be bisexual, but want to explore male liaisons.

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Mike Szymanski
Mike Szymanski has written about bisexual issues since 1989 and has one of the longest-running regular bisexual columns as the National Bisexuality Examiner. He came out as bisexual in a cover story of Genre magazine, which resulted in more than 50 television appearances, including Ricki Lake, Phil Donahue Show and 20/20. Szymanski won the Lambda Literary Award in 2007 for co-authoring an informative humor book “The Bisexual’s Guide to the Universe: Quips, Tips and Lists for Those Who Go Both Ways.” Write him at [email protected]