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Love is Love - life after the vote
Annette Baker and Gabrielle Caplice talk on life in the lead up to the historical YES vote to legalise Gay Marriage in Australia, what it means to be truly empowered as women, and growing up knowing that society 'does not approve' of who you are.
Same sex relationships part 1 – first realisations
In this first of a series of interviews, three same sex couples discuss growing up gay and other insights into their formative years and experiences in relationships.
Marriage equality – What’s love got to do with it?
Marriage Equality – Why aren’t we making it about Love?
Marriage, Acceptance, Gay, Relationships, Same sex relationships, Weddings
I can make my life one of truth
No longer do I need to seek for anything to save me or take any anguish away.
Esoteric, Love, Gay, God, Testimonials
Making love our fortress with the support of Serge Benhayon
In this testimonial Annette and Gabe share how a profound reading from Serge Benhayon radically changed the future path of their lives, and ignited the true meaning of their relationship together.
Gay men or straight men – Is there a difference?
Find out the answer when we break down what it is to be a man, get past all the protections, all the ideals and the beliefs, and get to the very core within all men. You may be surprised at what you find.
Tenderness, Gay, Culture, Acceptance, Self-worth, Role models, Hardness, Empowerment, Brotherhood
The burden of ideals and beliefs and 'coming out' gay
How do you live free of the burden of all ideals and beliefs if you’re coming to the truth of your sexuality?
Same sex relationships part 2 - love is love
In part 2 of this conversation three same sex couples share their wisdom on being true to yourself, and what it is to have loving relationships.
Gay, Healthy relationships, Love, Same sex relationships, Self-love, Teenagers
“I’m Coming Out!”
“I never felt the need to stand up and claim my gay crown for all to see, it really wasn’t a big deal for me. Why do I have to confess to something that in my body felt natural?”