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    Do's And Dont's When Talking To A Transgender Person

     There’s a right and a wrong way to communicate with a transgender person. Sometimes these situations can lead to hurtful words and make that trans person feel bad about themselves. If you are someone who doesn’t know what to say or do then here’s some Do’s and Dont’s for you to know. Do’s 1. Call […] More

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    Being LGBTQ In Religious States

    Being LGBTQ is hard in society, but we have come a long way for a lot of our rights, and acceptance has grown. But what about those that live in religious states? How do they handle being different in a place where that makes them feel like a threat. Mississippi, Alabama and other southern states […] More

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    National Coming Out Day!

    Today is National Coming Out Day. A day of awareness for everyone who is out and proud and celebrating who they are as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or even an ally. Today marks the 29th anniversary. Oct. 11, 1987 about a half million people gathered in Manassas, Va. for the march on Washington. Proving […] More

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    Transgender Self-Acceptance

    In the transgender community, many struggle to find acceptance. Be it from family, close friends, or even a stranger. Finding acceptance from others is not the way to go. Self-acceptance is the key to starting your journey and transition to the gender you identify as and feel like on the inside. Going through life trying […] More

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    8 Relationship Success Tips For Coupled Gay Men

    As gay men, you’ve struggled through and endured all the challenges inherent in finding true love with another man in this homophobic society, but you did it! You found your Mr. Right! So now what?! Not only did we as gay men not receive any education or guidance in how to date another man, but […] More

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    Communicating on a Homosexual Level

    Outside of the gay and lesbian community, away from the gay bar, the island or the village, many gays blend in. They lead their everyday lives just like everyone else. They have their job to go to, and the everyday tasks it entails. The social scene might be a hard situation. A single gay man […] More

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    Restoring Trust In Gay Relationships

    Trust is probably the most important ingredient in fostering a healthy committed relationship and is commonly known to be the glue that cements a couple together. Trust is the endearing faith and confidence that your partner will respect you and not take advantage of or hurt you. It’s a feeling that he is genuine, authentic, […] More

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    LGBT Anxiety

    It is said that it is human nature to fear things or people who are different. For centuries, society has pointed to this as justification for judging and discriminating against people who fall into “non-traditional” categories. Every day our society is becoming more and more accepting of the differences we see in each other. Despite […] More

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    Glee Awarded for Positive Portrayal of Gay Characters

    Camp musical TV comedy Glee has won a gay award for its positive depiction of gay characters. The 21st Glaad (Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) media awards has honoured the show by naming it Outstanding Comedy Series 2010. The comedy-drama, still airing its first season, has taken the entertainment industry by storm and has […] More

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    10 Things You Can Do To Make Your Workplace More Inclusive

    An inclusive workplace goes beyond merely having employees of various backgrounds (i.e. visible minorities, women, LGBT, people with disabilities etc.) represented in your workplace.    An inclusive workplace is one that creates and sustains a culture that is accepting of individual differences.  It is a workplace that recognizes the value of individual differences and differences of […] More

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