When my son came out, everyone in our family seemed tolerant and accepting. As time passed, though, I began getting annoying questions and asinine comments, making me see we still have a way to go.
What if you run into a guy like that, who wants nothing more than to get into your lesbian pants? What are the signs that he likes you, in spite of your declared gay tendencies?
Do you have a weird feeling that your boyfriend might be gay? Do your friends ever ask you about it? Read these signs to get a better idea of what you might be dealing with.
Have you just realized that you like both men and women? Are you thinking of coming out as a bisexual person and don't quite know how to tell the world? Here are some tips!
I'm writing this article in hopes that someone can relate to this experience, both the negative side of unnecessary commentary and the positive side of experiencing an amazing healthy relationship.
So it has happened. You're a straight guy, just minding your own business, and you meet this girl. Now, you know she's a lesbian; you know she could never want you; you know she doesn't look at you like that and that you're just really good friends,...
Have you realized recently that your friends are kind of homophobic? Whether or not you are gay, how you handle prejudice can make a big difference between changing minds or solidifying biases.
Being transgender left me feeling like a "space-alien"... like I wasn't part of humanity. But a stroke told me that I'm just an ordinary boy faced with extraordinary circumstances.
With all the conflicting information out there regarding sexual orientation and bisexuality, figuring out whether or not you are actually bisexual can be difficult.
Labels are the way some of us identify ourselves in this world full of diversity. They can help us choose to define where we fit into the scope of it all.
While most of us agree it's hard to find a good man, we all know women who always have a guy in their lives, willing to settle for a creep rather than go it alone. Even today, when they have more financial freedom and less social constraints, why do some gals always need a man to feel complete?
Here are a few annoying questions I have received about my sexuality and how exactly I feel about them.
Sometimes life as an asexual is daunting in the amount of stupid comments you are bound to hear about it. So what is the truth? What are the myths? And can kill pop psychology, please?