Privacy Policy

Cookies:

Cookies are alphanumeric identifiers that are transferred to your computer's hard drive through your web browser to enable its systems to recognize your browser.

While you can take steps to warn off, block or disable these cookies, if you do, this website may not function and appear as it is designed. Nonetheless, if you want to take these steps, you can do so by following the instructions associated with your browser.

Cookies can collect information such as the following:

Collection of Information by Third Parties.

This website may include third-party advertising, links to other websites, and other content from third party businesses.

The content posted by these parties will be reasonably identifiable as coming from a third party.

The operator of this website may share non-personally identifiable (e.g., demographic) information to facilitate delivery of relevant advertisements.

These third-party websites, businesses, and advertisers, or advertising companies working on their behalf, sometimes use technology to deliver (or "serve") the advertisements that appear on our website directly to your browser. They automatically receive your IP address when this happens. They may also use cookies, JavaScript, web beacons (also known as action tags or single-pixel gifs), and other technologies to measure the effectiveness of their ads and to personalize or optimize advertising content. We do not have access to or control over cookies or other technologies that they may use, and the information practices of these advertisers and third-party websites or businesses are not covered by this Privacy Policy but are covered by their respective privacy policies.

Some, but not all, third party advertising companies provide a mechanism to opt-out of their technology. For more information and an identification of advertisers that provide an opt-out mechanism, please click the following: www.networkadvertising.org/choices/.

Neurological Research Supports Existence of Disorders Due to Addictive Sexual Behavior


Topless Women in NY Celebrate 25 Years of Equal Rights


Women in Technology and Veteran Service Scholarships



The LGBT pride flag was designed by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978. It was originally called the Freedom Flag and was comprised of 8 colored stripes, each denoting a different meaning.

LGBT colors and meaning

LGBT Awareness & Events
List of important LGBT awareness dates and coming sexual diversity events.


Transgender Reporting Guide
Guide for reporters and others when writing on transgender and LGBT community.
Sexuality Definitions
List of definitions and glossary of sexual terms, abbreviations and their meanings.

Cite This Document