Life,Sex & Relationships

Friday, 13 September 2013 17:54

Jasmine Jordan Came Out!

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Jasmine Jordan, the daughter of former basketball star Michael Jordan, came out on Instagram by posting a picture of her with her girlfriend.

Thursday, 15 August 2013 23:08

Study: Housing Discrimination Against Same-Sex Couples

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We know that we can be discriminated when we want to rent a house and for the first time, HUD (Department of Housing and Urban Development) conducted a study which confirms that.

Friday, 12 July 2013 22:06

Study: Woman-To-Woman Sexual Assault

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Rebecca launched an online survey on woman-to-woman sexual assault which is the first phase of a PhD study.

Friday, 05 July 2013 15:56

Emotional Maturity = Growing Up

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Dear Sappho,
I’m at a lost at how to deal with my parents and their reactions to their adult children’s choices and lifestyles. I’m a lesbian and they seem to think they have a role in choosing my girlfriends. One sister is straight with five kids but they try to tell her how to raise her kids and live her life on a daily basis. Another sister is divorced with no intention of ever getting married again and every conversation they have with her revolves on finding her a husband. We laugh about it when we aren’t pulling our hair out. Life choices they don’t approve of are ignored or boycotted.

Without realizing it they use emotional blackmail and judgmental tactics in an attempt to control our behaviors. Which might explain why none of us is married, or in a traditional relationship. They don’t realize they are teaching us through negative example, and the most important lesson we seemed to have learned from them is to not repeat their mistakes or follow their advice regarding relationship and career choices. Any choice we make is open to their unwelcome criticism and judgment. It is of particular concern that they proclaim anything or anyone they don’t approve of as crazy or mentally ill. I’m getting tired of waiting for my parents to grow up….
Tuesday, 18 June 2013 23:22

HRC Releases LGBT Latino Youth Report

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HRC was interested in LGBT youth and particularly in LGBT Latino youth, their fears and their hopes. There were many changes these last years which brought more equality, more possibilities also for our community and the LGBT Latino youth stay optimistic as LGBT but not so much as Latino.

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