• Gay Couple

    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…

Recent Posts

Sexuality a Difficult thing for Trans People

Though most people take sex and sexuality for granted, it can be a difficult anxiety-ridden experience for trans people. First, the ignorance of the medical community has made trans people wary of how they are perceived. There are things that need to be said, red tape and bureaucratic hoops that one has to jump through to get access to hormone therapy. …

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Hormones

Getting Hold of Transsexual Hormone Replacement Therapy

Transsexual hormone replacement therapy helps those who feel they were born in the wrong body transition to what they feel is their proper sex. Many transgender feel discrimination for not having an easily distinguished gender. Hormone therapy helps them easily blend in and not become a target for discrimination. Those who live near a metropolitan area should be able to gain …

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Havana, Cuba

Havana’s Secret Gay Parties

Gay people in Havana suffered violent attacks and police repression for many years. In the Cuban capital, there have always existed “public” gay meeting places, bars & clubs generally for men (we haven’t heard of any such spot where women “lesbians and bisexual women” meet, and it is said the spots for men are rather dangerous for women). These spots …

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Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Occurs with Same-Sex Couples Too

Same-sex couples are very much like heterosexual married couples. Once the hoopla of the wedding is over and the honeymoon phase has shifted away, they also have to work and invest a lot into keeping the spark alive.  Gay couples have an added incentive that can also bring more weight down on the shoulders of the relationship. The need to prove …

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Differences of Sex Development & Intersexuality

Inarguably, the intersex community was not dealt an easy hand to play with. The secrecy, shame and social marginalization they deal with has built a kind of camaraderie that those who undergo sexual assignment surgery often face: guilt for leaving their comrades, PTSD and difficulty adjusting to their new life. Today activists are trying to enlighten others while letting those …

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