How many of you have learned how to build loving relationships? Where did you learn? At home? At school?
Okay folks, this is serious. Sex is a very important, fundamental part of life. It is both healthy and green in many ways. How is it green? Who can deny the fact that a healthy individual treads a lighter carbon footprint by requiring a minimal amount of prescription drugs, less medical procedures, and has an
To find a perfect date is the most desired thing for any person. But the fact is that to find a perfect date is not that much an easy task to achieve. Rather in our daily life it is a common experience that to find the perfect soul mate is real tough to find. And the most common thing that is done in this context is to look for options. This is the most common thing done by the singles.
Meeting someone really attractive online in chat rooms occurs all the time, but meeting Mr. Right online seems a bit rarer and scarier. No one can deny that individuals every so often use these applications to supply their criminal desires, and still there are stories out there that seem too good to be true and yet are true.
When Rio and Ray married in 2008, the Bay Area women omitted two words from their wedding vows: fidelity and monogamy. “I take it as a gift that someone will be that open and honest and sharing with me,” said Rio, using the word “open” to describe their marriage. Love brought the middle-age couple together
Many Gay Singles looking for everlasting love and a long-term relationship have found navigating the gay dating scene to be extremely challenging, frustrating and disappointing. For many gay singles, it’s really difficult to determine when their potential gay date is looking for a long-term relationship or just a random hook up.
How “The Kids Are All Right” should have ended – copying straight values into gay life is sexist. What do you think?
If you are gay and haven’t seen “The Kids Are All Right”, then you ought to make a trip to the movie theater this weekend. The movie is about a lesbian couple (Nic and Jules) with two kids, one of which decides to contact the donor of the sperm that was used for the pregnancy.