Amplify Your Voice: A great youth-driven blog site that has sections like GLBTQ Rights, Gender and Stereotypes, Sex and Our Culture, etc.Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network: Promotes equality is school environments in order to protect the respect and acceptance of GLBTQ students; a resource for bullied GLBTQ students.Virtual Teen: Forums for teenagers to discuss puberty and sexuality, including puberty, masturbation, sex, homosexuality, bisexuality, and asexuality.Teen Help: A Forum for teens who are questioning their own sexuality, gender identity issues, and other topics.
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Many dating sites offer chat rooms for members to meet and get to know each other. Some of these sites require a fee before access is granted to the chat rooms.
Finding the right chat room can be difficult, but luckily, you have many options available.
Being Gay Is Okay: A GLBTQ website that gives information and advice and is specifically for people under twenty-five.
GLBT National Help Center: A telephone and online chat peer-counseling service that is free and confidential for people with questions about GLBTQ issues.
Gay Teen Forum: A forum specifically geared toward gay teens.