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    Gaydar

    Gaydar, also known as “gay radar,” is a colloquial term used to describe the perceived a…

  • Bisexuals

    Biromantic Vs Bisexual

    Biromantic and bisexual are terms that are often used to describe a person’s romantic and sexu…

  • Gay Bear Bar

    What is a Gay Bear Bar?

    A gay bear bar is a type of LGBTI+ establishment that caters specifically to a subculture within the…

  • Marriage Equality

    Are Gay Marriages Legal In All 50 States?

    As now, gay marriage is legal in all 50 states in the United States. This marks a significant milest…

  • Pride

    What Are Gay Rights?

    Gay rights refer to the legal and social protections and privileges that are afforded to individuals…

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Gay Fiction Books

Gay Fiction Books to Read!

A small selection from stock which includes a huge range of gay fiction of all types. Man’s World – Rupert Smith London today: a world of sex and drugs and designer clothes, where Robert searches for fulfillment in gay clubs. London 50 years ago: Michael enters a secret queer underworld, negotiating the dangers of the law and the closet. Past …

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Gay and Coming Out of The Closet

Telling Your Family That You’re Gay

Before you think about how to come out to your family, what’s most important is that you feel a sense of acceptance in yourself about your sexual orientation and/or gender identity and your reasons for coming out. As you begin to acknowledge to yourself that you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans, it is very common to experience guilt, shame, doubt and …

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Polari, The Forgotten Gay Language

Polari, The Forgotten Gay Language

When homosexuality was illegal up until 1967 the Gay Community had to use own language. Since LGBTI+ people have recently been able to exist more openly in society without fear of persecution by the state we have been able to talk openly about express our feelings and personalities in public. But this has not always been the case. Homosexuality was …

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Advice for those Newly Diagnosed with HIV

Advice for those Newly Diagnosed with HIV

The impact of an HIV diagnosis can feel overwhelming. Some feel as though their life is ending. Luckily, with advanced therapies, living with HIV isn’t a death sentence like it used to be. In fact, those living with HIV can live relatively normal lives for years and even decades after first becoming infected. In addition, there is a large community of …

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Older Transgender Adults Face Unique Challenges

Older Transgender Adults Face Unique Challenges

Current older transgender adults came of age during a time when they would have been even more pathologized and stigmatized than today.  So, many did not even come out, instead keeping their identities hidden for decades and many are now coming out and transitioning later in life. While the older transgender population shares some of same obstacles frequent in the …

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