If you're just starting to question whether you're gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender, it's ... read more »
The Internet has transformed GLBT people's ability to find community resources and each other. ... read more »
Of course, in addition to general community resources, there are plenty of subject-specific GLBT ... read more »
GLBT news is no longer a fringe topic. All major news outlets cover stories pertaining to various ... read more »
There are more GLBT activist groups out there than you can shake a stick at. It's possible to get ... read more »
Faith and spirituality can be complicated issues for GLBT folks. Many people raised in communities of faith leave their traditions due to real or perceived discrimination. Some find being gay and religious oxymoronic either because of their views of religion or because of what they've heard from religious leaders. But many others maintain the spiritual beliefs of their childhoods or seek out new religious communities as adults. If religion or spirituality is important to you, there are many resources on the Web to help you find a community of faith.
- There are gay-specific organizations associated officially or unofficially with many of the world's major religions.
- Some mainstream religious organizations are very open to active GLBT participation. The Unitarian Universalist Association, in particular, is known for its inclusiveness.
- Many people find that GLBT-oriented religious groups allow their members to be fully religious and fully gay.
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