Taking Personal Inventory

We all desire to lead mindful lives. The more heedful our impact and influence upon the relationships we participate in, the more readily we are able to experience the contentment interacting with others creates. Most of us, though, have had experiences in […]

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Internal Homophobia

Internalized homophobia. We have all heard the words before, but how many of us are aware that we suffer from it? Do you think you are over it? From the youngest of ages, we have been seeped in a society that scorns […]

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Masking AIDS

In America, where appearances are everything, we have tended to diminish the current state of the AIDS epidemic. In the same manner that protease inhibitors have masked the symptoms of AIDS, giving the false impression the virus has been eradicated; we have […]

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Sexually Experimenting Women

Have you encountered women who have been or are currently married (to a man), and are suddenly experiencing strong attractions to women — from best friends to co-workers? Many of these women claim their husbands are willing to accept their wife’s explorations. […]

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Lesbian Identity

Recently, some friends and I were discussing our personal take on the concept of “lesbian Identity.” Needless to say, the concepts shared were fascinating, but what I found even more of interest was the underlying thoughts of identity. Some women responded with […]

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Lesbian Health Issues

Also known as Stein-Leventhal Syndrome, it is the leading cause of infertility in women, affects between 6-10% of all women and most of them do not even know they have it. The good news is that the condition is treatable. The bad […]

Menopause

Every woman will experience menopause at some time in her life. Most women begin to experience symptoms between the age of 40 and their mid-50s. Some women will experience what is called surgical menopause due to the surgical removal of ovaries. No matter when […]

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Balanced Nutrition

In order to begin creating a healthy diet, we must first understand the basics of good nutrition. There are six classes of nutrients: carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals and water. All of these nutrients are necessary as sources of energy and to create chemical reactions within […]

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Personal Acceptance

The problem now is that after all this time I am still having problems with acceptance. I have told only my 2 best friends (who have been in a committed lesbian relationship for over 15 years but only came out to me […]

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Breast Cancer

All women know the dangers of cancers that we are particularly at risk. We have been inundated with the information from many sides. We know that to combat these cancers, to save our lives, it is of the utmost importance that we […]

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