In June 2015, the United States Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage bans were unconstitutional, enabling homosexual couples across America to marry. A new nationwide analysis suggests the legalization of gay marriage in the U.S. may have led to a drop in suicide attempts among high-school students The findings were published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics. The study… Read More Gay marriage legalization linked to drop in teenage suicide attempts
It’s not every day that I get to see a pair of clean-cut Asian preppies twerking to heavy-bassed R’n’B like a couple of Jamaican dance-hall divas. Instead of glittered batty-riders and boob tubes, these fellows sport pressed shirts, waxy black short-back-and-sides and sensible shoes – epitomising eligible young Asian males. But like a lot of men… Read More How London’s gay Asians are finding ‘five hours of freedom’ in clubland
Dating is supposed to be fun, but more often than not we leave not really sure if he’s worth it or not. I’ve always said if you have to question it, it’s probably a no. There’s no use in trying to convince yourself of something, or force yourself to feel something that isn’t there. But… Read More Is He Worth a Second Date?
Words by Stuart Haggas | @GetStuart The gay community has its own divisions, including the prejudice often faced by those living with HIV. Readers of FS who’ve been diagnosed HIV-positive tell us they face stigma in many places, but the place they face it the most is on the gay scene itself. At a… Read More The naked truth about HIV stigma
Compromise is a funny word. In some contexts it’s seen as a strength. Compromising with others to achieve a common goal, reach a higher cause, do more than you could ever do on your own. In other contexts, sexuality is one example, compromise sounds like a dirty word. It’s like settling or somehow not being… Read More Sex tips – Sexual Compromise