Welcome to the Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Community Awareness website. A scientific study published in 2008 found that relationships between homosexual couples are characterized by a stronger desire to work to resolve conflicts together, as opposed to their heterosexual counterparts who were quicker to anger and passive aggression rather than constructive discussion in times of difficulty. Lesbian couples in particular were found to be extremely adept at harmoniously resolving disagreements and problems. Other studies have found that homosexual couplings were reported as being identical to heterosexual couplings in many regards, but actually reported a greater degree of positivity and satisfaction, and far less conflict than was reported by heterosexual couples. This reflects earlier findings that lesbian couples were reported as having a greater emotional connection than gay male couples, and that gay male couples were in turn reported as having a greater emotional connection than heterosexual couples.
Research also indicates that lesbian parents of a child are more committed to an active parenting style, being more hands-on than heterosexual parent of a child. It might be suggested therefore, that while most of the world doubts the ability of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people to form resilient and healthy pair bonds, the research actually indicates that relationships between people of these sexual orientations tend to represent an excellent role model for what heterosexual relationships ought to, but typically fail to , achieve. So gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people ought to hold their heads up high, and be proud of themselves, and their partners. We would be glad to hear your thoughts and feedback regarding Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Community Awareness.