lgbt relationships

  As I think back on the past 24 years of providing couples counseling for gay male relationships, I sometimes get asked
When you feel the freedom to be yourself and express yourself completely (thank you, Madonna), your love shines brightly. You gain a greater appreciation for your partner and you feel good being able to be YOU, to be out of the closet of secrets
As members of the LGBT community, we definitely have our own set of challenges when it comes to dating and relationships.
Many assume "partner" means a same-sex relationship -- but does it have to?
When you're queer, drawing a clear line between friends and lovers can sometimes get tricky. The Huffington Post chatted
In this new video from Logo TV, young and older gay-identifying men talk about their experiences with cross-generational
Sure, safe and easy might feel nice. But new and exciting feels amazing. If you're meant to be, you'll be. Trust me.
So, thanks to all of you tweeting at us using the hashtag #QueerLongLove, below you can find some of our favorite responses
What are you trying to communicate about love among different kinds of relationships in this film? The filmmaking couple
Let us continue to assume that what goes on behind closed doors may happen in a much more rapid, raunchy, unrestrained manner
So in a written attempt to finish on a pleasurable note for all, here’s an encouraging last bit of data from our respondents
As you may know, each week we’ve been asking our study participants their thoughts on a diverse set of dating-related topics
This is going to be the most amazing night. And it almost is … until he arrives. The same goes for someone who says they
In the first week of our six-week study -- a study in which we ask participants to update us on what’s going on in their
But how different are we really? Believe it or not, gay, lesbian, and straight couples all experience similar degrees of
Today a new, six-week online study was launched that seeks to examine how do we date, have sex and form relationships in
HuffPost Live sat down with relationship expert Stacey Nelkin, HuffPost Gay Voices Executive Editor Noah Michelson and Robyn