Gay Teen Forum: A forum specifically geared toward gay teens.
Gay Teens Resources: An international GLBTQ youth site that shares the latest news and fun activities while providing support and open forum discussions.
Following the chat website's rules will help ensure that you can chat with other members safely.
Welcome to Girl Friends Meet, a new and exciting casual dating and social network exclusively for Lesbian, Bi-Sexual and Bi-Curious Women.
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.
At Girl Friends Meet you'll get a secure, fun and engaging online community to browse women in your area,interact, chat and share interests. You can chat, follow, like photos and even meet other women who share your same interests very easily.
At Girl Friends Meet you'll have all the tools at your disposal to contact and hear from exactly who you are looking for.
Youth Guardian Services: A youth-run, non-profit organization to support GLBTQ individuals.Out Proud: a site for the National Coalition for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Youth.This site contains personal stories, online brochures, libraries, and forum.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.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.Teen Line: Teenagers can call this confidential hotline from pm to pm PST.The website offers email, help, online chat, and message boards for any question a teen might have.Whether you’re in a small town or a major city, there are other LGBT people near you. There’s nothing more affirming than having a group of LGBT friends, but if you’re struggling to meet people near you, try finding friends online.1) Find friends through Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.Trevor Space is a monitored youth-friendly site where lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning youth ages 13 to 24 can connect with other young people throughout the world, and can get involved in their local LGBT communities.