A Few sites to get you started

Ok, so here are some websites to get you started on your journey:

queerlandia.com– A blog didcated to the education, awareness, and visibility of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and straight ally community.  They value equality, pride, and leadership and believe in the principles of social justice, building community, and diversity. I read this blog often and enjoy their insightful articles.

askjoanne.net -a discussion board for married women attracted to women moderated by Joanne Fleisher, LCSW, owner of Lavender Visions, a service that helps women who are questioning their sexual orientation.

Am I gay? – A great resource to really help you identify your feelings about your sexuality. I highly recommend checking this site out as it seems to have THE BEST amount of information and help in determining your feelings on who you really are. It’s not just some dumb “Am I gay?” quiz. It offers a ton on introspective questions and suggestions.  I highly recommend this sight, especially if you are just now questioning your sexuality.

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Afterellen.com – Lesbian/bi based pop culture website that follows the media, including tv shows, movies and interviews.

Afterelton.com – Gay based pop culture website that follows the media, including tv shows, movies and interviews.

itgetsbetter.org – The It Gets Better Project was created to show young LGBT people the levels of happiness, potential, and positivity their lives will reach – if they can just get through their teen years. The It Gets Better Project wants to remind teenagers in the LGBT community that they are not alone — and it WILL get better.

southernequality.org– Based in the South, the Campaign for Southern Equality (CSE) is a national effort to assert the full humanity and equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in American life and to increase public support for LGBT rights.

turnsoutmywifeisgay.wordpress.com A man and his journey in coming to terms with a wife who just recently came out of the closet.

kathy hertz coaching- Kathy Hertz guides and  supports her clients in the process of uncovering, healing and releasing  shame around their sexuality, embracing their brilliance, and creating magnificent and fulfilling lives.

lesbianlife.about.com – a story about one woman’s journey coming out to her husband and family.

thelesbianquestion.com- The Lesbian Question is an online forum for asking and giving advice for lesbian women or for those questioning their sexuality.

unicornbooty.com– A cool website with news, politics, and various stories about the LGBT community.

shybi.com – a site which welcomes bisexual and bicurious women from all walks of life for frank and honest bi chat and discussion.

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