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Gay Lesbian & Bisexual & Transgender : Family & Relationships

Dan Savage

Columnist and author Dan Savage talks about being a gay parent and raising a son with his partner.

Coming Out of Marriage

Married gay men, and married lesbians struggle to come to terms with their sexual orientation. Coming out of marriage, or coming out in marriage is very challenging.

Can I Get an STD from a Hand Job?

Hand jobs are also know as mutual masturbation. They refer to sexually stimulating someone's penis or vulva by hand. This is generally considered a safer sex practice, but as with anything that can put you into contact with another person's genitals or body fluids, it pays to take some pre

Lesbian Personals Dating In The Web Age

Romance in the digital age for the queer community - a light-hearted look at how the internet has improved the social life of gay and lesbian people. The web has displayed a world of prospect for the queer population to mingle and find their love match.

Can a Lesbian Quiz Answer the Question?

Are you confused about your sexual orientation? Have you tried one or all of the lesbian quizzes on the internet trying to figure yourself out? If you have, you probably still aren't sure.

Dating Survival Tips for Gay Men

Dating can be a difficult process, especially in the online environments we often find ourselves. This article focuses on managing the pitfalls of dating by taking care of your own well-being.

COLAGE, For People with LGBT Parents

Profile of Colage, an organization that supports and advocates for children of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender parents and families.

I'm Hot for My Professor

He's a junior in college and in love with his professor. Should he take caution with his crush or go for the grade?

Healing Hurt Words and Gay Name-Calling

Most gay men have been the victims of name-calling or have had hurt words expressed to them. Learn how to heal this hurt by writing an open letter.


What is a homophile?

Gay Men's Retreats - Why Community Matters

One of the challenges is to find the right position from which to view the problem. Many people come into therapy saying, in one way or another, "something is wrong with me, I need fixing."