LGBTQIA Well-Being

LGBTQIA well-being is vital in a world that is frequently and often violently intolerant of any sexual orientation or gender identity that doesn’t match the culture’s accepted norms, usually of cisgendered heterosexuality. Everyone has the right to live a vibrant life in their full identity, and the struggle for physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being can find support from those who understand and validate the complexities, nuance, pain, and joy of the community’s lived experiences. We’ve started gathering valuable information on this topic, but haven’t yet curated the findings.

14 Things to Know About Dating as an Asexual Person

Are you on the asexuality spectrum and interested in dating? If so, this guide is for you!

Chapter 9: LGBTQ Relationships, Families and Parenting

Research exploring LGBTQ interpersonal relationships is often centered around intimate or sexual relationships that are described using terms like partnership, couple, a marriage, or just a relationship.

Reinventing Rituals: June, a Month of Pride and Same-Sex Marriages

June is full of irony: not only is June Pride month, but it is also the unofficial start to wedding season. So many are still fighting for equal marriage. As I write this, lawmakers in Albany are struggling to garner enough votes to make same-sex marriage legal in New York state.

'Who's the Man?' Why the Gender Divide in Same-Sex Relationships Is a Farce

Most (heterosexual) Americans impose ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’ roles on same-sex couples when it comes to housework. Arwa Mahdawi unpacks gender stereotypes, sexuality and the chore gap

Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum Stands Up for Gay Marriage in the Face of Jewish Prejudice

Yesterday a scuffle broke out between a group of Rockland Hassidic men and Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah. The incident occurred during a protest outside the New York state senate where a gay marriage bill is currently under debate.


LGBTQIA Relationships