According to scientific research, a breakup is considered one of life’s most stressful events, with emotional and physical effects
After comparing the sex lives of about 300 students, researchers discovered that semen may have anti-depressant effects on people who have condomless sex
When you’re in the market for a sexually healthy, sex-positive therapist, here are 12 valuable questions to ask them
A global survey on happiness, sex and quality of life, the LGBT Happiness Study aims to give a voice to our community
It took a massive effort, but 45 years ago this month, homosexuality was suddenly no longer a mental illness.
Breaking up often disregards the possibility of keeping that person in our lives, and one way to maintain a healthy relationship is through sex with an ex
The new identity of just being a “me” after having lived as an “us” is painful, can be chaotic and leaves space to feel lonely
Numerous studies have shown the benefits of napping — from defeating narcolepsy to boosting productivity, here are several ways naps help your health
Here’s a list of 10 LGBTQ celebrities with mental illness to help raise awareness about mental health and help inspire you or people you know to seek help
Gay body shaming happens on social media all the time, and comedian Joel Creasey has had enough of it. His rant against it is hilariously real
New Year’s resolutions can set you up for failure and disappointment, so forget ’em — try these three life coach-proven approaches instead
Nearly 80% of all Americans own some type of smart device, but are you too connected?
When it comes to LGBT Mental Health, feeling like an outsider or being alienated from friends and family can lead to all kinds of psychological issues, including anxiety, isolation and low self-esteem.
If you think that therapy is just for people with massive psychological damage, think again! Therapy is one of the most effective ways to help members of the LGBTQ community learn to accept themselves. Working through these complex emotions with a mental health professional is an important step towards creating and developing a healthy sense of self.
Many people turn to the web and other self-help outlets (podcasts, books, support groups) to fill the void. The internet is full of guides designed to help people make sense of their thoughts and change behavior in certain aspects of their life.
On Hornet you’ll find a range of thoughtful stories about LGBT mental health, therapy and helping and changing the LGBTQ community. If you’re thinking about reaching out to other like-minded individuals or a mental health professional, you can use some of these articles to find the help you’re looking for.