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New Survey Reveals Just How Fearful Gay Immigrants Are About Coming Out

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Prior to 2015, there was only one survey of gay immigrants in America. Just one. And it only included nine people, all of which were Latino. It was far from comprehensive and it was far from useful. But that was the only resource that the Seattle Counseling Service could find when they were seeking information on what […]

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How to Discover Your Sexuality

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  Although studies generally support the notion that people are born gay, that’s not to say that it doesn’t take a long time for people to come to terms with their sexuality. Fear of rejection, fear of abandonment, and even fear of being physically harmed are all valid reasons why some people deny their orientation. […]

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Asexuals Celebrate Inclusion, Diversity, And Self Determination

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There’s just one thing that all asexuals have in common. They don’t experience sexual attraction to other people. The problem is—a lack of a thing is a difficult thing to define. Some ace folk have libidos, some don’t. Some are romantically interested in other genders, in their own gender, or in no one at all. […]

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