Many LGBTQ individuals experience negative mental health issues due to the prejudice and other biases they face. Research suggests that queer people are at higher risk for depression, anxiety, and addiction or substance abuse. Without mental health we cannot be healthy. Members of our LGBT support group will have access to the latest in social network technology including a dedicated activity stream, forum and chat room.
Gay chat rooms can be places to hook up for real-life meetings or an opportunity to make new friends online. Some chat rooms are definitely better than others, but there are plenty from which to choose. The web is full of chat sites, and some are more user-friendly than others. Many chat sites are just a way for the owners to get ads onto your computer screen. But a few really are set up for people to meet and form a community.
We get asked many questions by people who are wondering about homosexuality and God, or who are struggling to come to terms with how they are feeling about people of the same sex and asking does God still loves me? We speak to people who are happy with who they are and those who wish they were something different. Whatever your sexuality we are very happy to chat with you and help you to see and understand what God actually does say in the Bible about you — we think you will be surprised by what we explain. We are all more than just a physical body, we also have feelings, emotions and a spiritual side to us.