The term 'gay' is often used to define men or boys who are attracted to other males. However, this term can also include lesbians. You may feel worried and concerned that you feel different to your peers, or you may just have some questions and are not sure who to talk to. You may not know anyone else who is a lesbian that you could talk to and ask for help. This can be a lonely and isolating time.
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Great teen lesbian web sites help gay young women find useful resources, supportive peers and fun advice from those who have been in their shoes. These sites are also great resources for parents of lesbian teens and other adults, like teachers, who want to better understand the culture and its specific challenges. For lesbians who love literature, either reading or writing it, Lambda Literary is the place to learn about what's happening with LGBTQ authors and publications. On the website you'll find information about all these programs along with book reviews, author interviews and articles on literary news. All Women's Talk says this it a Top 8 must follow website for lesbians. In addition to resources teens can share with teachers and parents, the site's youth area includes resources for students who are questioning their sexuality and advice on issues like prom and activism. If you're looking for resources on any topic related to bullying or unequal treatment, this is the spot to find them.
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