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Gay men reveal the fetishes they don't want others to know about 

 

Gay men have revealed the fetishes they don’t want others to know about.

XTube surveyed their users to determine and rank which fetishes they get turned most on by.

The winner was ‘partialism’, also known as a fetish for a particular part of the body. This could be anything from feet to a hairy chest.

Role play was second on the list, while narratophilia (or dirty talk) was third on the list.

The answers was collected from over 3,000 gay or bisexual men over the age of 18.

Gay Star News

Tags: Dating, Gay, Lifestyle, List, Preference, Sex, Study

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23-May-2019


Today's youth deserve inclusive masturbation education 

 

For a kid, there are few things more awkward than sitting in a sex ed class and learning about masturbation. For a queer or transgender kid, the experience can be simultaneously uncomfortable and painful.

That's because, as some sex educators argue, sex education often fails to address masturbation in an inclusive way. In fact, it may not even be discussed at all. Less than half of American high schools and only one fifth of middle schools teach all 16 sex ed topics from the Center for Disease Control's recommended list. Masturbation isn't even on that list, much less inclusive masturbation education.

"Talking about self-pleasure doesn't happen that much in sex ed," says Andrew Townsend, teen program coordinator for Planned Parenthood Toronto.

By ignoring masturbation and not addressing it in a way that speaks to everyone, sex ed fails our youth. Inclusive sex ed should be a critical component of education, and masturbation should be a core topic. Regardless of gender identity or sexuality, the practice is an essential part of an individual's sexual pleasure.

Mashable

Tags: Education, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Program, Relationships, Safety, Sex, Study, Support, Training, Youth

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20-May-2019


Majority of LGBTQ people report being sexually harassed in the workplace 

 

A report published yesterday (May 17) on International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia revealed that the majority of LGBTQ people in the workplace have been sexually harassed.

The report surveyed 1,000 LGBTQ respondents and 68% said they had faced one type of sexual harassment at work. A lot of these were inappropriate jokes and probing questions about their sex lives.

35% of LGBTQ women reported having experienced unwanted touching, and a further 21% reported some form of sexual assault. A further 12% said they had been either seriously sexually assaulted or raped at work. When compared to men, only 7% reported having been seriously sexually assaulted or raped.

These figures increased significantly when it came to black or minority ethnic women. Out of these, 54% experienced unwanted touching, 45% reported having been sexually assaulted, and a further 27% reported either serious sexual assault or rape.

Gay Times

Survey: One in six women say they were sexually harassed at Coachella and Stagecoach 2019

Ohio State team doctor sexually abused 177 students over decades, report finds

Tags: All Rights, Business, Concert, Education, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Harassment, Policy, Rape, Safety, Sex, Study, Training, Treatment, Youth

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20-May-2019


A Look At The Staggering Sexual Harassment Numbers In The Legal Profession 

 

A new international survey reveals that sexual harassment in the legal profession is truly at epidemic proportions. The survey, with almost 7,000 respondents, was conducted by the International Bar Association and market research company Acritas and asked both lawyers and nonlawyers in the legal profession from 135 countries questions about sexual harassment and bullying within the industry. The results are disheartening, to say the least.

Over a third of women — 36.6 percent of women and 7.4 percent of men — say they’ve been victims of sexual harassment. When in comes to bullying nearly 1 in 2 women say they’ve been a target, compared with 1 in 3 men who say the same.

Above The Law

Furious mob tie a man and his female cousins to a tree, brutally thrash them with ropes and sticks and 'molest the two women' for helping him run off with a married woman in India

At least one in three Alaska villages has no local law enforcement. Sexual abuse runs rampant, public safety resources are scarce, and Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants to cut the budget.

Third of women in survey ‘taken advantage of sexually’ while drunk or high

Sex slave driver, 57, is found guilty of keeping two Thai woman as prostitutes against their will

Father Catches Man Sexually Assaulting 13-Year-Old Son At Home

Why the Anti-Abortion Movement Stopped Making Allowances for Rape and Incest

Tags: Abortion, Alcohol, All Rights, Consent, Cruelty, Drugs, Employment, Environment, Judgement, Justice, Laws, Leaders, Police, Policy, Protections, Punishment, Rape, Safety, Sex, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Slavery, Study, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, Woman's Rights, World, Youth

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16-May-2019


HOMOPHOBIC BULLYING RISES IN CHILDREN WHEN LGBT RIGHTS GET PUBLICLY DEBATED 

 

Children endure from more homophobic bullying when LGBT rights are publicly debated, according to researchers.

The authors of the study published in the journal Pediatrics looked at the results of surveys completed between 2001 and 2014 by almost 5 million middle- and high-school students from about 5,000 California institutions. The team noted rates of homophobic bullying before and after the vote on Proposition 8, a statewide ballot initiative that asked voters to decide whether same-sex marriage should be banned, and whether only opposite-sex couples should be allowed to wed.

According to the researchers, the debate over Proposition 8, which voters approved in 2008 but a federal court ruled unconstitutional in 2010, “promulgated stigma” against homosexuals.

Among the questions the students were asked was: “During the past 12 months, how many times on school property were you harassed or bullied because you are gay or lesbian (or someone thought you were)?" They were also asked how often they were targeted because of their race, ethnicity or national origin; religion; or gender. Bullying was defined as students acting aggressively toward their peers.

Newsweek

Tags: Bullying, Children, Environment, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Politics, Race, Safety, Study, Threat, Violence, Youth

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13-May-2019


Poll: Most Voters Don't Believe U.S. Is Ready for a Gay President 

 

A new poll shows mixed feelings about the presidential prospects of Pete Buttigieg.

Only 36 percent of voters believe that the United States is ready to elect a gay man as commander in chief, according to new results posted by Quinnipiac. Fifty-two percent said the country is not ready, and the rest did not know or did not wish to respond.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Gay, Govt, Leaders, Poll, Study

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07-May-2019


Why do so many gay men feel lonely? A life coach gives the unfiltered truth 

 

The gay men I work with range from their 20s to 50s. The guys in their 20s are often more attuned to coaching. They’re proactive about their growth and preempt problems by making informed choices. They can be savvy about the need for personal investment.

For older guys, certain issues come up regularly. They include learning to thrive as a gay man as they get older, finding meaningful work and creating authentic connections.

Gay Star News

Jake Bain, Who Made Headlines as Out Gay Football Player, Quits Indiana State Team

57% of LGBTI people lose a friend or family member after coming out

Police accused of breaking into gay man’s home & taunting him with slurs while they assaulted him

Attack Leaves Trans Performer's Face Partially Paralyzed

For Gay Men in Indonesia, There's No Place Safer Than Twitter

This gay man has great advice about having sex when you get older

Tags: Abuse, Aging, App, Arrest, Attack, Awareness, Education, Environment, Hate, Homophobia, Injury, LGBTQ, Loneliness, Police, Portrait, Relationships, Safety, Seniors, Sex, Social Media, Sports, Study, Support, Survival, Tech, Transgender, Treatment, Violence, World, Youth

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03-May-2019


When do you make it official with a partner? 

 

Let us know in our poll now!

Gay Star News

Tags: LGBTQ, Poll, Relationships, Study, Voting

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03-May-2019


New Study Shows High Prevalence of Sexual Harassment and Assault, and Much of the Public Believes Survivors 

 

Reston, VA, April 30, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A new study released today by UC San Diego’s Center for Gender Equity and Health (GEH) and the nonprofit organization Stop Street Harassment (SSH) shows that sexual harassment and assault are widespread problems in the United States. The other study partners are California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA), Promundo and RALIANCE.

Released in the wake of the groundbreaking societal reckoning with sexual harassment and assault prompted by the #MeToo movement, the study’s major findings include:

While verbal comments are the most frequently experienced form of sexual harassment, an alarming number of people also have faced more severe forms. Among all female respondents, 49% had been purposely sexually touched (or groped), 27% had been followed, and 30% had been flashed. On the most extreme end, 23% of women (1 in 4) had survived sexual assault, as had 9% of men (1 in 10).

Women with disabilities and women who identify as lesbian or bisexual were more likely to report experiencing both sexual harassment and assault than women without disabilities and straight women, respectively. Among men, those in certain marginalized groups were also more likely to report experiencing sexual harassment and, especially, sexual assault; this includes men with disabilities, men living below the poverty line, and gay and bisexual men.

Young people and marginalized groups have also experienced sexual harassment more recently. Of those who experienced sexual harassment or assault, 18% of women and 16% of men experienced it most recently within the past six months. At least one-third of young women aged 18-24 (32%), Black women (35%) and lesbian or bisexual women (39%) reported sexual harassment in the past six months, the highest prevalence across demographics.

Globe Newswire

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Environment, Protections, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Study, Threat, Woman's Rights

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02-May-2019


4 out of 5 grandparents would support their LGBTQ grandchild if they came out 

 

A study from AARP shows that tolerance for LGBTQ people is growing among older generations.

AARP, formerly known as the American Association of Retired Persons, surveyed 2,654 grandparents age 38 and up between August 20 and September 4 of last year, getting an idea of how engaged they are with their grandchildren’s’ lives.

Amongst information about spending and babysitting came some important takeaways about how survey respondents felt about their LGBTQ grandkids: Four out of five of those surveyed said that they would be accepting of a grandchild who is LGBTQ.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Family, Grands, LGBTQ, Respect, Seniors, Study, Support, Youth

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29-Apr-2019


Massive Boost in Herpes Cases Reported During Coachella 

 

Much like hidden fees and $15 bottles of water, herpes is among the assortment of things you last want to see or otherwise experience during a music festival.

Still, 'twas a spike of the herpes variety that coincided with the recent Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio. According to a TMZ report filed Thursday that admittedly contains some truly inspired stock photo interpolating, the herp warners over at HerpAlert noticed quite a growth in Southern California cases during the first two days of the festival.

Complex

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Ewan McGregor's daughters come out as bisexual while criticizing Coachella

Woman Charged After Throwing Puppies in Dumpster at Coachella

Tags: Abuse, Animals, Arrest, Backlash, Celebration, Celebrity, Disease, Entertainment, Inhumanity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Music, Protest, Sex, Study, World

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25-Apr-2019


How easy is it for you to make LGBTI friends? 

 

Vote in our poll!

Gay Star News

Tags: Choices, LGBTQ, Relationships, Study, Voting

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25-Apr-2019


The rise in Americans saying they are bisexual is driven by women 

 

The number of Americans who identify as bisexual is on the rise. According to recently released data from the 2018 General Social Survey (GSS), a nationally representative survey of people in the US collected every two years, over 3% of US adults say they are bisexual (a sexual identity in which someone is attracted to people of their gender or other genders). This is up from just over 1% in 2008. (The GSS allowed individuals to self-classify as “heterosexual or straight,” “gay, lesbian, homosexual,” “bisexual,” or “don’t know.”)

An analysis of the GSS data by the sociologists D’Lane Compton and Tristan Bridges shows that the change has been almost entirely due to an increase in the number of bisexual women—the population of men who identify as bisexual has barely budged. Even more specifically, they find that the upswing in bisexuality among women has been concentrated among young women of color, specifically black women. Compton and Bridges note that the GSS data mirrors findings from a Gallup survey that found that “women, college-educated people, people of color, and those who are not religious” accounted for the steepest rise in LGB self-identification, in the period between 2012 and 2016.

Quartz

Tags: Bi-sexual, Environment, LGBTQ, Politics, Sex Identity, Study, Women

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23-Apr-2019


Nebraskans Now Favor LGBTQ Protections More Than Ever Before 

 

Newly released survey data shows that the vast majority of Nebraska residents favor job protects for LGBTQ individuals.

These findings come just a month after LB627 failed in the Nebraska Legislature, which would have created new protections that would make sexual orientation and gender identity protected classes in the state of Nebraska when it comes to employment discrimination.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Gay Rights, LGBTQ, Protections, Study, Support

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11-Apr-2019


Majority of Americans are at least ‘comfortable’ with a gay presidential candidate 

 

Most Americans said that they would at least be comfortable with a gay presidential candidate in a recent poll.

A new NBC/WSJ poll found that 14% of Americans said they would be “enthusiastic” about having a gay or a lesbian presidential candidate and another 54% would be “comfortable.”

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Americans, Choices, Leaders, LGBTQ, Politics, Representation, Study, Voting

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04-Apr-2019




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