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Gay Places and Spaces Have Less Pitfalls than Gay Apps

Every now an again their is a worry in the community that gay bars are going to be extinct thanks to the convenience of gay social apps for your phone like Grindr, Scruff and Guy Spy. But a YouTube video … Continue reading

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Social Networking Sites Provide Something Dating Sites Can’t – The Real You

The Washington Post reports on of social applications like Facebook and Twitter being the new matchmaking services. The article notes that the appeal of these sites over a more structured dating site provides a better insight of a person over … Continue reading

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Grindr App as Activist Tool?

Any gay or bisexual man with a smartphone is well aware of the Grindr App’s ability to find a guy however many feet or miles away from you, but Grindr founder, Joel Simkhai talks about another potential benefit of having … Continue reading

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HIV Infection Worries from The HIV+ Partner

When we think of concerns about contracting HIV, we often focus more on the worries of the HIV negative person. But, as Brendan Shucart shows us in his opinion piece for The Advocate, those concerns are something on the mind … Continue reading

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A Minority with a Minority: LGBT with a Disability

Alana Higginson’s op-ed from advocate.com about the challenges of being a person with a disability in the gay community: A lack of self-esteem can lead to disabled people excluding themselves, but being disabled and a lesbian makes you a minority … Continue reading

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