If you’re reading this post in your inbox, I encourage you to make the jump to our website. It’s a whole new world.
Don’t be alarmed.
You’re still at Your Other Brothers. You’re still home.
Today’s a special day.
Today, we celebrate our 2-year anniversary of being a website! More than a blog, a podcast, and a video hub — a community.
And with this special anniversary comes a long overdue overhaul of our website. We’re not at 100% quite yet, but we’re mostly there and will be making site adjustments in the coming days.
Take a few moments to click around. We hope you enjoy our new space! We’ve rearranged the furniture and added some new features, too.
Our About page tells our origin story and answers our most frequently asked questions from comments and emails over the last two years. It also showcases the five values we embrace in this community.
Our Blog page now features more of a magazine layout that makes it easier to find recent posts, popular posts, recent comments, and our authors. Our new Timeline page makes it easier to scroll through our blog archives. If you’re new to these parts, it’s an infinitely easier way to start our story from the very beginning.
Our Podcast page displays all of our show content, free from blogs or other aspects of our website. It’s easier to relive our show, commenting on past episodes and current ones alike.
Our Resources page is updated with new books and blogs that some of our authors have found particularly helpful and meaningful in our journeys with faith, homosexuality, and masculinity.
We hope the new site feels different but the same: easier navigation, a crisper look, and that same sense of belonging and togetherness we all crave. What many of us have found here at YOB over the last two years.
We want you to continue to feel at home with us.
If this is your first experience with YOB, we’re glad you’re here. We’ve been going for two years strong (and then some), and we hope for many more.
Won’t you join us?
What’s your favorite YOB memory of the last two years? What do you think of the new website? Anything “off” or not working on your device/browser of choice? Anything else that could be improved? Let us know in the comments below!