How many of you have learned how to build loving relationships? Where did you learn? At home? At school?
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.
A federal judge overturned California’s gay-marriage ban Wednesday in a landmark case that could eventually force the U.S. Supreme Court to confront the question of whether same-sex couples have a constitutional right to wed.
Breakups can be painful and difficult on so many difficult levels. The ending of a relationship, a close friendship, and the dreams that you shared with your significant other are just a few of the things you lose. So, when are you ready to move forward to a new relationship without any of the ill effects of your past relationship?
Conventional relationship wisdom says that being supportive during times of loss and sadness is a good way to strengthen a relationship bond, right? It turns out, however, that celebrating good news with each other may mean even more. Researchers who studied couples’ interactions say that the happiest pairs are those who respond positively to their partners’ successes.
Oftentimes we break up with our boyfriends because of petty issues. At that time it is important to remind ourselves the benefits of relationships so that we do not make the wrong decision and end up single again looking for a new boyfriend.