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The Marvels of Midlife

Posted by Michael Dale Kimmel in lgbt

When I was 20, I thought that my sex life would be over at 40. When I was 30, I thought that my best years were behind me and I’d better find “Mr. Right” and settle down…and fast! At 40, I thought that I was…

Look for the Helpers

Posted by Michael Dale Kimmel in lgbt

This is not the column I had planned to write. But, this week I’ve been very inspired by two experiences: The terrific LGBT Exhibit at the San Diego History Center and the powerful documentary on Children’s TV star Mr. Rogers: “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?”….

Pride 2018: “A moment of great urgency”

Posted by Michael Dale Kimmel in lgbt

Recently, speaking here in Southern California, former President Obama said, “This is a moment of great urgency. You are right to be concerned. The progress we have made is not a given.” These are scary times. As a psychotherapist, I keep waiting for the anxiety…

The Adam Rippon Effect

Posted by Michael Dale Kimmel in lgbt

I’ve been pleasantly surprised by how the media and most of America have embraced openly – no, defiantly – gay figure skater Adam Rippon. He’s a smart, funny, handsome proud gay man who embraces his inner “bitch” (his words) and isn’t afraid to tell it….

The Pros and Cons of Older/Younger Relationships

Posted by Michael Dale Kimmel in lgbt

In my psychotherapy practice, I often assist lesbian couples where one of the women is significantly older than her partner. Last month, one of these women asked me: “Why don’t you write a column about age differences in lesbian relationships and how to handle them?”…

What I learned on my Book Tour

Posted by Michael Dale Kimmel in lgbt

I’ve just finished six months as an openly gay author out there in the – overwhelmingly straight – publishing world talking about my book: “The Gay Man’s Guide to Open and Monogamous Marriage”. As a first-time author, I really had no idea what I was…