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Gay men, straight lives: like a certain governor, many gay men married to women are now coming out, longing to live the life they’ve been missing.

On a second date in the early 1980s, Michael Sklar took his girlfriend to see Bloolips, a popular British show featuring gay men in drag, in Manhattan. Outside the theater his date told him that he seemed remarkably open-minded for a straight man. “That was my moment of opportunity,” Sklar says. “I told her I wasn’t exactly straight. I said, ‘I think I’m societal so·ci·e·tal  


Of or relating to the structure, organization, or functioning of society.

so·cie·tal·ly adv.

Adj.  acceptance that came only with marriage to a woman.

However, with recent advances for gay rights, including the fall of legalization LEGALIZATION. The act of making lawful.

     2. By legalization, is also understood the act by which a judge or competent officer authenticates a record, or other matter, in order that the same may be lawfully read in evidence. Vide Authentication.  of Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center provides a broad array of services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Its clinic and on-site pharmacy offers free and low-cost health, mental health, HIV/AIDS medical care and HIV/STD testing and prevention. . “But at a certain point many of these men overcome their own internalized companionship companionship

the faculty possessed by most truly domesticated animals. They are social creatures and have a great need for the companionship of other animals. Animals in groups are quieter and more productive as a rule.  [of our marriage].”

Sklar’s story fits with his age, says David Leddick, author of The Secret Lives of Married Men. He interviewed 40 gay men, age 29 to 88, and broke them into three age groups: 40 and younger; 40 to 50; and 50 or older. People in the younger group were fluid in their treatment of sexuality, he says, and their reasons for getting married varied too greatly to define in simple terms. The middle age group, like Sklar and McGreevey, typically got married for what Leddick terms “socially responsible” reasons: Family and society expected it, so they did it. “And the older group really married for social advancement,” he says. “Many of them married women of wealthy backgrounds whose families made it possible for them to have successful careers. And they had a whole thing about wanting to have children.”

That was Cape Cod Cape Cod, narrow peninsula of glacial origin, 399 sq mi (1,033 sq km), SE Mass., extending 65 mi (105 km) E and N into the Atlantic Ocean. It is generally flat, with sand dunes, low hills, and numerous lakes.  was married right out of college because he wanted a career and a family. And he didn’t identify as gay. “I was attracted to men, and I was attracted to her as well,” he says. “I thought everything would work out just fine, and I very much wanted to have children. We had three.”

Jim made regular trips to New York New York, state, United States

New York, Middle Atlantic state of the United States. It is bordered by Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and the Atlantic Ocean (E), New Jersey and Pennsylvania (S), Lakes Erie and Ontario and the Canadian province of  attended by a lot of gay men,” he says. “I’ll see gay couples and I’ll feel like I should be with them. But a couple of things are holding me back. Somebody’s going to get hurt, and there’s an awful lot of comfort in being married for 22 years. When I project myself into a future without my wife, I get very sad. There’s a lot invested in this marriage. I love my wife. I “always have.”

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Leading Toronto Family Law Firm Nathens, Siegel, LLP Expands into Mississauga

Mississauga, Ontario (PRWEB) August 28, 2012

As part of its vision to provide excellent and aggressive representation to more clients in the Greater Toronto Area, Nathens, Siegel, LLP, a leading law firm that is dedicated to the practice of divorce and family law, has expanded into Mississauga.

Nathens, Siegel LLP’s new Mississauga office is located in the Mississauga Executive Centre at 2 Robert Speck Parkway, suite 240. As in its North York office, which is located at 4950 Yonge Street, suite 2408, the firm’s experienced, caring and specialized Mississauga staff will help clients with all aspects of family law matters, including:

  •          Divorce
  •         Separation Agreements, Cohabitation and Agreements, and Marriage Contracts
  •         Property division
  •         Custody and access matters
  •         Representation in court
  •         Access and visitation issues
  •         Settlement negotiations
  •         Children’s Aid Society cases
  •         Child and spousal support
  •         Adoption
  •         Collaborative Divorce, Mediation, Arbitration, and litigation

“We’ve proudly served clients across the GTA and the York Region from our North York office for more than 18 years, and over that time our practice has grown considerably,” commented firm partners Ken Nathens and Brahm Siegel. “We’re pleased to expand our reach, so that we can provide clients in the Mississauga community with the same legal services that they need, and that we’re known for throughout the legal community.”

“We’re especially pleased to offer clients in the Mississauga community our expertise in alternative dispute resolution, such as collaborative divorce, mediation and arbitration,” commented partner Barbara Kristanic, who leads the Mississauga office and is joined by associate Aida Pasha and law clerk Nichola Reid. “When suitable, these methods can help divorcing spouses save money, time and stress, and move forward with their lives as quickly as possible.”

Prospective clients who wish to schedule an initial consultation with a specialized family lawyer at Nathens, Siegel’s new Mississauga office can call 416-222-6980 or email info(at)nathenssiegel(dot)com.

During their visit, they will receive complimentary copies of Ontario Divorce Magazine, a Divorce Guide, and information and pamphlets on Collaborative Family Law.

About Nathens, Siegel, LLP

Nathens, Siegel is a law firm dedicated to the practice of divorce and family law. They have extensive expertise in family law, including mediation, arbitration and collaborative family law. Their family lawyers are familiar with the divorce law and proceedings in Ontario. The take pride in advising clients of their rights and options, and helping them reach informed decisions about their best and most cost-efficient course of action. The firm’s team of family law lawyers range in experience from 2 to 18 years of practice. The firm also offers extremely competitive rates that vary by lawyer and years of experience. Learn more at http://www.nathenssiegel.com.


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