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Baltimore-based Chase Brexton has launched an initiative to help care for aging LGBT who live alone while providing valuable resources to LGBT caregivers.

Should you be afraid of lesbian bed death? Lesbian sex is known to make you reach new frontiers in lovemaking. But the question remains: does it last?

A remote village in the Dominican Republic harbors a rare genetic disorder where little girls turn into boys by the age of 12 called "guevedoces."

Seen as a way to “normalize” homosexuality in society, Dr. Vivienne Cass created the Cass model on how lesbians and gays come to terms with their sexuality.

Are you sexually fluid? The spotlight now on sexual fluidity is about people discovering the line between sexes isn’t as solid as they thought.

Among the sexes, lesbians are most prone to emotional infidelity due to the very thin line between friendship and romance among women who love women.

People in the LGBT community are at a high risk of developing eating disorders. Find out how lesbians, gays, and transgenders are affected in the same ways.

CVS is rebranding -- and they want you to know that your family is welcome, no matter what that family may look like. Ever since CVS stopped selling cigarettes and renamed itself CVS Health, the pharmacy giant has

Children of same-sex couples experience higher levels of general health and family cohesion than those from traditional families, a study shows. But the researchers warn that the stigma associated with their parents' sexual orientation is

It was July 1993. American geneticist Dean Hamer shocked the world when he released a study that suggested the existence of a “gay gene.” The gene, Hamer said, was on the X chromosome and passed on by the mother. Hamer’s findings were