Latest Sexual identity Stories
New research is slowly redefining what the determining factors are to be considered either male or female. Once relying solely on biological factors, new evidence is now leaning toward other determinants in gender identification.
A person’s eyes can often say what they are thinking, what emotions they are going through, and even if they are lying or telling the truth. Now, you may even be able to tell if a person is gay or straight, according to new research from Cornell University.
Understanding this phenomenon could improve psychological support systems for sexual minorities and help young people avoid alcohol problems.
Bisexual women are more likely than their male counterparts to suffer from depression and stress and to binge-drink.
Young American-raised Asian and Pacific Islanders (API), who are in the sexual minority, face psychological and social stresses in dealing with their families' values and ancestral cultures that significantly impact the development of their ethnic and sexual identities.