Dating after a long break is tough under any circumstance. Whether you've just gotten out of a long term relationship with your girlfriend or you've been focusing on other aspects of your life, the rules of dating change as time goes by. As a newly single woman, you're ready to mingle.. but the problem is you don't know how. If you've been out of the dating pool for awhile, it's completely understandable that you find it scary to step back in. However, you shouldn't let that stop you from finding love and having the time of your life.
Although a lot of progress has been made in the fight for equality, coming out of the closet is still a hard experience to go through. Telling friends and family members that you're gay is tough under the best of circumstances — Can you imagine doing so when you're an older adult?
Daniel Franzese played Damian in Mean Girls, who Janice infamously dubbed "too gay to function." In real life, Franzese was gay as well -- but he kept it a secret, going so far as to smooch a female date at the red carpet premiere of the now-classic flick. However, Franzese is coming out of the closet and coming clean with both himself and his character, Damian, about his sexuality. Franzese came out in the form of a moving letter to his out and proud Mean Girls onscreen alter ego.
The Coming Out Coach, Rick Clemons, explains what could happen if the NFL and its fans open their hearts and minds to a whole new vision of family sports and entertainment where sexual orientation has no barriers.
Did OkCupid really come out to support gay rights or their business agenda when they boycotted Mozilla? Can doing both be OK? Dating coach Mary Malia explains why being pro-LGBT is a smart move for the site.
OkCupid is publicly boycotting Firefox after it was discovered the company's new CEO supports an anti-same-sex marriage group. See other companies, from General Mills to Men's Wearhouse who support love equality.
After the recent news that Arizona could possibly be making a law that would make it legal to refuse service to gays, you might think that our country hasn't made much progress on the gay rights front. But thankfully, a new poll is happy to report the opposite.
A new study, the first of its kind, took a look at exactly how homophobia influences death rates. The results are not only upsetting, but it really shakes you to the core because it doesn't have to be this way; this shouldn't have to happen. Here are 7 facts you need to know about the effects homophobia has on LGBT individuals.
Music to our ears! "When we were first developing the concept for 'Pure', everyone involved had been following The Trevor Project and felt strongly about supporting their cause," Josh Cocktail of Radical Something tells YourTango about the latest song off the band's Ride It Out album. "Once the video was finished, we reached out to them with the idea that our video could help promote young to feel comforta
After Phil Robertson, protagonist of the hit show 'Duck Dynasty', was suspended from filming by network A&E for making disparaging comments about gays, many were unsure of the series' future. For daughter-in-law Missy Robertson, though, the controversial gesture sparked an entirely different set of fears.
The Boy Scouts of America will finally allow "out" scouts to be part of the organization. But have other notoriously homophobic intuitions made any progress?
This year, there were some major key players who loudly and fearlessly sounded off, stood their ground and didn't waiver in their belief that marriage is indeed a human right, and not one that should only be afforded to straight couples. These people, just as those before them and those who will come after them, who have fought for equally, will forever be associated with one of the most important rights: the right to love and have that love be recognized.
Gay proposal videos like the Home Depot flashmob and the woman who proposal to her girlfriend outside of her office window have been popping up and taking over the internet lately. That's when The Fine Brothers got the idea to ask a group of children, ages 5-13, their opinions about same-sex marriage. And what they got were reactions that were adorable, hilarious and heartening, all at once.
Unfortunately, the pasta brand isn't the only anti-gay company out there. From Urban Outfitters to Cracker Barrel, here are the companies that still refuse to see everyone as equal.
Today, we learned that the Supreme Court ruled DOMA (Defense Of Marriage Act), the law barring the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages legalized by the states, as unconstitutional. I'm not here to debate which side of the fence I'm on regarding this case before our high court. I'm here to challenge a different notion...
The fact that sense and sensibility are often being thrown out the door around this issue has finally got my boxer briefs in a wad, and I'm going to share a piece of my mind as to what gay marriage will do for the world ... yes, even for you heterosexuals!
Let's be honest. Manti Te'o and your stalker please leave the news headlines. I'm sure Manti would appreciate that. And as for the confused Ronaiah Tuiasosopo, while molestation may have led to some of your actions, being gay is in the DNA and not to be compared to a "drug addiction." If you want to be cured then go to a liars anonymous group to be healed or continue to chat with Dr. Phil because he's bound to get you straightened out.