James Guay, LMFT,
is a psychotherapist in West Hollywood, Calif., who guides his clients using mindfulness and compassion to break free from unhealthy limitations and learn to enjoy their lives more authentically.
Gay men have been at the forefront of sexual liberation, countering homophobia, and expanding the boundaries of sexuality and intimacy. Yet, many gay men sense there is something missing in their sexual and emotional relationships. How do we create or maintain the aliveness of a thriving sexuality, while at the same time being conscious of our choices, mindful of their effects, and kind to each other in the process?