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Same Love: Why Doesn't Coming Out Get Better With Age?

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?

Relationships: 5 Bad Habits That Ruin Great Relationships
Harmony and happiness should be your only motive in your relationships.
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The Top 5 Worst Habits That Ruin Great Relationships

Sometimes the most helpful relationship advice can be tips on what NOT to do in your relationship. Why? Perhaps, because we as human beings catch on to bad habit easier than we do good habits. If you'd like to grace your relationship with positivity and all the goodness of the universe, read on for advice from relationship expert Christine Dunn-Cunningham.

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Celebrate Gay Pride With A Look Back At The Very First Parades

On June 28, 1969, the infamous Stonewall Riots rocked New York, following a police raid of the Stonewall Inn. One year later, the LGBT communities of New York, L.A. and Chicago came together to stage large-scale parades celebrating gay pride in their respective cities. People came from all over the country to show their pride and support, marching with signs, banners, and their most authentic selves.

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Love Buzz

Stunning Poem Reminds Us That Gender Is Fluid & Love Is Precious

In Alex Dang's stirring spoken word poem "Time I've Been Mistaken for a Girl", he recounts the number of times and many ways in which his gender and sexuality were called into question. People in the world didn't understand him and he was alienated from his family all because he was different. Love was strained in his life because of his natural orientation, something that should never be an issue. Listen to Alex's moving words, and decide for yourself.

Meet some of the vets banding together for marriage equality.
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Colorado Vets Stand Up For Marriage Equality In Touching New Ad

As the Oklahoma gay marriage ban continues to circle a Denver-based federal court,  the grassroots organization knows as Why Marriage Matters Colorado had a genius idea. They gathered together four friends, four veterans from all different branches of the military, and let them give their views on marriage equality. Watch this inspiring ad and let us know what you think in the comments.