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Gay, and Saving Herself for Marriage

By Olga Khazan — 2015

She’s waiting for the one, and the one will be a woman.

Read on www.theatlantic.com

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I was Married with 2 Kids When I Realized I’m Gay

By the time you reach your 30s, you think you know yourself—your likes, your dislikes, what inspires you, what makes you tick. But there I was, at 36 years old, realizing I didn't know myself at all.

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Falling in Love with Marriage

When a friend first presented to me the arguments for gay marriage, in 1994, I thought the whole idea was ridiculous. In the face of staggering prejudice against us, marriage felt so remote as to be irrelevant.

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Managing the Flames of Conflict

Conflict doesn’t mean the end of your remarriage, and can actually make it stronger. There are always going to be disagreements; you cannot avoid them entirely. What you can do, however, is become skilled at recovering from disputes by talking about your perspectives afterwards.

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Not Up for Debate: LGBTQ People Need and Deserve Tailored Sexual and Reproductive Health Care

All people, including those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ), need sexual and reproductive health care.

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Are We Set for a New Sexual Revolution?

From reproduction without sex to open relationships, our attitudes towards sex may evolve rapidly in the near future, predicts the writer Brandon Ambrosino.

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Is It Self-Care, or Is It Capitalism?

So many of the little rituals I have each day—like my makeup or skincare routine—do help soothe and/or rejuvenate me. For me, any type of solo practiced routine is good. But I’ve learned that self-care does not, and cannot, sustain me. And I believe that this may be the case for many of you.

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Beyond ‘He’ or ‘She’: The Changing Meaning of Gender and Sexuality

Hyperindividual, you-do-you young people from across the U.S. are upending the convention that when it comes to gender and sexuality, there are only two options for each: male or female, gay or straight.

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Belonging to Ourselves and Each Other

Creating spaces where the need to assimilate, conform, and belong are no longer important

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Pushing Past Tokenism

La Sarmiento has been a leader of American LGBTQ and people-of-color Buddhist communities for close to a decade. I caught up with the trans, queer Filipino teacher before a silent retreat to discuss the dynamics of race and gender in a world that is typically White, cisgender and straight.

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Being a Single Mother Made Me Embrace the Sex Drive I Thought Was Dead

Newly single moms can be horny as hell. I can testify.

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Faith and Identity