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Asexual Flag

Asexual Flag

Asexuality, lack of sexual attraction towards anyone, or low or absent interest in sexual activity. It can be thought of as a lack of sexual orientation or as a fourth variation next to homosexuality… In a study conducted in 2004, the prevalence of asexuality was found to be 1%. Asexuality is distinct from sexual abstinence and celibacy, in which factors …

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Pansexual Flag

Pansexual Flag

People with this orientation may be attracted to all kinds of genders. Although pansexuality is sometimes confused with bisexuality, the difference between them is that unlike bisexuals, pansexuals are also attracted to other genders such as agender, bigender. The Pansexual Honor Flag is designed to increase the visibility and awareness of the pansexual community and to separate pansexuality from bisexuality. …

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Tiktok

LGBTQ Tiktok Videos

I’ve selected some “lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer” LGBTQ+ tiktok videos for you. If there are Tiktok videos you want to be added to the list, you can comment.

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Pride March from the Stonewall Riots to Today

As a result of the police trying to contain the incident with pressure, a large crowd gathered outside the bar and prolonged clashes took place. This incident was the first time homosexuals spoke en masse against the oppression and violence against sexual minorities, and was regarded as the first spark of LGBTI movements, which will grow stronger afterwards. The first …

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HIV & AIDS

Should You Take PrEP?

When we first learned how to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic of the 80’s and 90’s, safe sex was the only surefire answer to prevent HIV infection. PrEP or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis is a new recent development you can take to avoid contracting HIV. It must be taken daily, but it has been proven effective according to the Centers for Disease Control and …

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LGBTI+ Teens

Understanding Sexual Orientation Amongst Young Males

When it comes to understanding sexual orientation among youth, most research focuses on health, social work and psychology. They look at the youth’s vulnerability to various types of health issues: sexually transmitted diseases, school climate and bullying, sexual assault, abuse and suicide. However, the sociological process that drives individuals to call themselves gay or bisexual has had less focus, until …

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LGBTI+ Teens

Are LGBT Students More Likely to Abuse Substances?

Members of the LGBT community typically report a higher level of psychological discomfort and complications in their lives. America may be accepting of sexual minorities in some areas, but not completely across the board. Many, including heterosexuals, turn to drugs to cope with the difficult situations they are presented. Two studies (Substance use of lesbian, gay, bisexual and heterosexual college …

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Pride

How Many Americans Are Bisexual or Homosexual?

A recent survey (the annual National Health Interview Survey) by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention asked about sexual orientation for the first time. While the majority of candidates reported being heterosexual, of the 34,557, 1.6 percent claimed to be homosexual and 0.7 claimed to be bisexual. While many other surveys have claimed much higher numbers, it is important to …

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Crossdressing Transformation

When you decide to permanently dress cross gender dress, a cross dressing transformation will take place. But to have a cross dressing transformation will mean that you have taken several steps towards the goal of dressing like the opposite sex. That might sound easy but trust me, it’s harder than you think. Of course any man can go toss on …

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Crossdressing Makeup

When a man decides to begin cross dressing one of the things that he will have to master is the art of makeup. Cross dressing makeup can be difficult for a man unless he takes the time to learn that there is more to makeup than just tossing some on your face. There is preparation that needs to be done …

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