• Who We Are
  • Where We Meet
  • Coming Out
  • Talking to Wives
  • Your Children

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The Gay Married Men's Association

We are a peer support group for men who identify themselves as gay, bisexual, or otherwise attracted to men and are now or have been in a relationship with a woman, are contemplating a relationship, or have related questions or problems.

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Second Presbyterian Church

The Gay Married Men's Association meets monthly on the second and fourth Thursday evenings at the Second Presbyterian Church, St. Louis, Missouri.  The church is located at 4501 Westminister Place in the Central West End.

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Coming Out

This "Coming Out" section courtesy Tom F., a member of   Washington D. C. GAMMA

Coming out was the most difficult and challenging experience of my life. It was also the most necessary and most rewarding, because it enabled me to become an honest, whole, open human being, comfortable with myself and with others.
A good  book on this topic is Outing Yourself   Available at Amazon

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Talking to your wife

This "Talking to your wife" section courtesy  Washington D. C. GAMMA

The following is quoted from When Husbands Come Out of the Closet by Jean Schaar Gochros (Harrington Park Press, 1989). Gochros holds a doctorate in social work. Her book is based on extensive interviews with women whose husbands are gay.
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Talking  to  your  children

"Talking to your children" is taken from an open letter from one gay father to other gay fathers.  This article is courtesy of the  Washington D. C. GAMMA  website.

The first thing is this: It is IMPORTANT to level with your kids, no matter what their age. If you don't level with them about who you are and what you're feeling, you can't expect them to level with you about the difficulties and challenges that are part of any kid's life.

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