Wellbeing, Health & Food

Friday, 04 November 2011 17:57

Indonesia Opened LGBT Health Clinic

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Balimedika

It is a big first in Idonesia, a private clinic designed for LGBT patients opened.

Monday, 10 October 2011 16:41

ILGA Included Lesbian health Care In Its Report

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ILGA

ILGA wants to clarify many false ideas on lesbian sexual health.

Friday, 15 July 2011 00:00

Homophobia Is a Disease

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homophobia_is_a_social_disease

Dear Sappho,

Homophobia is rampant in modern day society, especially in the Bible Belt and Republican dominated states. It is probably the major cause of teen suicide and sanctioned by bullies as a natural cure for homosexuality. I found you on Twitter and even though there are thousands of gay activists on Twitter I find homophobia exists there as well. What do you suspect is the major cause for homophobia and can it be cured. Did you deal with homophobia in your time on Lesbos and if so, how?

 Homophobia is a Disease 

Monday, 27 June 2011 21:30

Gaydar Is More Developed When Women Are Ovulating

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gaydar
As you like the studies, here is a new one. Apparently, straight women recognizes easily men and women who are gay for their period of ovulation.

Thursday, 23 June 2011 02:16

Exploring Gender: Binder Review

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binder

 


I have written about binding and certain websites where binders can be obtained, but I would like to rate some of them, share my information with those of you out there who would like to know. I have gotten binders from two separate websites: http://www.underworks.com/ftm/http://www.underworks.com/ftm/ and http://www.t-kingdom.com/http://www.t-kingdom.com/. I have previously spoken about the binders I have used from T Kingdom, so it’s Underworks’  turn, keeping in mind there are two main things you look for in a binder: comfort and binding effectiveness.

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