Tiger Beat, a monthly magazine for young men, is celebrating its 10th anniversary this week, and it’s not just about the money.
The magazine, which was founded by Nick Cannon, was created in 1999 to serve as a forum for young, gay men to discuss their feelings and to talk about their careers.
It is still a publication that has an active, engaged readership, with over a million monthly readers.
The goal is to continue to provide quality content for its readers, but it also is a place where young men can come together and be themselves.
In an interview with NBC News, Cannon said he was inspired to create Tiger Beat because of the community he grew up in.
“It was a very small, gay community, a very, very small community,” Cannon said.
“We had a lot of other gay kids growing up and it just seemed like no one wanted to talk to them.”
When Cannon was 16, he had a close friend from high school, who was a transgender man who also came out as transgender in his 20s.
Cannon said his friend was so moved by his story that he told him that he wanted to share it with others.
He said the magazine has been a place for him to share that story, but that it has also been a source of inspiration for him and for other young men.
“The best thing I can say about Tiger Beat is that it’s about the love, not the money,” Cannon told NBC News.
“When you go to the magazine, it’s a place that you can share with other gay guys.”
One of the reasons that the magazine was so successful in the first place was because of how the community responded to it.
Cannon is now the executive editor of Tiger Beat and says the magazine is a safe space for gay men.
He also says the readership has been very positive.
“I think we have had a very positive response to the content,” Cannon explained.
One article that’s made waves is a recent story that featured an anonymous man telling a story of being bullied at school and telling his story on Tiger Beat. “
As the community has grown and grown, so have our readers.”
One article that’s made waves is a recent story that featured an anonymous man telling a story of being bullied at school and telling his story on Tiger Beat.
It was so shocking to him that someone would take that story and publish it.
“He’s saying he was bullied in school, but what did he do?”
“Well, he was like, I was bullied for being gay.
And that’s what the bullying was all about.
It can be the other way, the other side.” “
That’s the thing that we’ve learned in the past 10 years, is that when you’re bullied, it doesn’t have to be that way.
It can be the other way, the other side.”
In the interview, Cannon also talked about the issue of bullying in the LGBT community.
“Boys in the military are going to be a very different kind of people than their peers,” Cannon added.
Cannon is one of the founders of the LGBT Foundation, which is helping to raise awareness about bullying and other forms of abuse against LGBT people in the US military. “
Some of them are going down to the Navy and some of them aren’t going to do it.”
Cannon is one of the founders of the LGBT Foundation, which is helping to raise awareness about bullying and other forms of abuse against LGBT people in the US military.
He believes the magazine can help bring the conversation about bullying to the forefront.
“You have to start the conversation from the top,” Cannon noted.
“People who are bullied need to be able to come to a place of safety and feel comfortable and not be afraid of what’s going to happen to them and not feel unsafe in their own homes and not have to worry about being seen as a target.”
Cannon also said that Tiger Beat can also be used as a resource for young people in general.
“They’re going to have to come out of their shell and say what it is that they want,” he said.
“[There is] a lot more that you have to do than you think.”