I want to talk about dating and how gender affects the process. Generally, dating is hard. There are so many aspects which go into a relationship: compatibility, willingness to compromise, similarities in values, and attraction, just to name a few. It is a struggle to find someone who lies within the parameters of what you are looking for and to fall within what that other person—who might fit all your hopes and dreams—is seeking.
People have certain expectations going into a relationship, and it is hard to compromise those expectations for yourself or to set yourself within those your partner might have. So what do people expect from me? Or really anyone? I feel like expectations have a lot to do with how you present yourself. If you present yourself openly and honestly, what you see is what you get, and you don’t have to worry about that conversation down the road of Hey, I think I might want to be a man or I have kids or any other form of surprise a partner might reveal once comfortable in the relationship.
The Metropolitan Court of Budapest decided to authorize the Gay Pride 2011.
Several personalities of the music, the writing or resulting from other fields will be honoured to have done something during the year for the LGBT community in Britain. Let's discover some people who did something to change the world and which are nominated.
And let's also see the bigots.
The British association Stonewall has launched a survey to find out what the songs of the past ten years that have given the most courage and strength to the LGBT community.
Here are the top 5 of those songs.
I love music. I love bands that make me cool amongst the younger crowd. Bands such as Disturbed, Slipknot, Metallica, Ozzy... to name a few, get my vote for cool bands. However, I also love to follow Lesbians in Music.