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Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health researchers have found that legalizing same-sex marriage may help gay men become healthier.
Gay men are able to lead healthier, less stress-filled lives when states offer legal protections to same-sex couples.
Bisexual men have unique health needs compared to exclusively homosexual and heterosexual men, but the stigma they face makes learning of their needs -- and even reaching these men in their "hidden communities" -- difficult for public health professionals.
Although sharply divided, public attitudes toward gays and lesbians are rapidly changing to reflect greater acceptance, with younger generations leading the way.
A new University of British Columbia study finds single parents and male gay couples face significant discrimination in the Metro Vancouver rental housing market, compared to straight couples.
For better or for worse, in sickness and in health â€“ there's a long line of research that associates marriage with reducing unhealthy habits such as smoking, and promoting better health habits such as regular checkups.
NEW YORK, Aug. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As a new school year begins, the Homecoming Project is urging successful lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) adults to join its campaign to provide positive role models for LGBT high school students.
NEW YORK, July 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BLACK ENTERPRISE leads its seventh annual report on the Best Companies for Diversity with July's cover feature, "Black & Gay in Corporate America." Written by Editor-at-Large Carolyn M.
Roughly 1 in 4 lesbian or gay teens and 15 percent of bisexual teens are homeless, versus 3 percent of exclusively heterosexual teens, finds a Children's Hospital Boston study of more than 6,300 Massachusetts public high school students.
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