Articles tagged with: social media

Does Twitter affect your sex life?

published: April, 25, 2011 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Bob Leahy - Publisher

Shorter relationships? More frequent masturbating? Blame it on Twitter, survey says.

First off, I’m thinking all this data refers to heterosexuals, a reportedly fairly common sub-species of the human race we at PositiveLite aren’t experts on. But here’s the thing. OKtrends who do dating research for OKcupid,  the self-styled “best dating site on earth” just might be on to something. Their recent compendium of survey results “Ten Charts about Sex”  makes some surprising claims, but their sample sizes are quite large so they can’t be discounted. F

What does a drag queen, the GMSH Summit 2011 & M2Men app have in common?

published: February, 14, 2011 Written by // Brian Finch - Founder Categories // Events, Brian Finch

People might have thought I was joking, however when I got up and said, “I don’t know if I’m more nervous or that I need to pee?”

What does a drag queen, the GMSH Summit 2011 & M2Men app have in common?

When I agree to speak at events and then suddenly get very nervous about it. Speaking at the Gay Men’s Sexual Health Summit 2011 on their social media panel had me back in the same space. Let’s face it,  I’m a bit rusty. Gone are the days of speaking at schools and requests for interviews. Hopefully, I’ll still get out there and do stuff; nonetheless I’m rusty.  Additionally I’ve never gotten up in front of folks to talk about this site. I realized I was a wee bit too ove

102.1 the Edge (CFNY) Justin Beiber's gay - homophobic bullying continues

published: October, 21, 2010 Written by // Brian Finch - Founder Categories // Opinion Pieces, Brian Finch

A Toronto radio show (CFNY) just got into trouble for calling Justin Beiber gay on the radio.

A Toronto radio show  (CFNY) just got into trouble for calling Justin Beiber gay on the radio. My first thought was, “Did they not learn a thing about these recent suicides?”  Justin, whether I like him or not (not) calling him gay was only meant to be a negative remark, once again reinforcing all the past prior messages one gets about how horrible we are. Ok, saying someone is gay is not bullying or what have you, but it's the thin edge of the wedge. I really hope things change

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