I believe it's a good idea: we are in the 21th century and it's not rare to see or to know LGBTQ people. Even if you are totally straight i guess it would be helpful for those who are actually questioning themselves or for those who are curious and want to learn a few things to get more informed/ open minded / to break some stereotypes. Also i think that LGBTQ would cover some specific subjects that are not totally covered by the other topics: such as the difference between romantic/sexual orientation or identity questioning. So many things changed and are changing in the 'relationships department', why not try to understand it better? I also understand that some people are not as tolerant and may add hurtful/offensive comments but for those who want/need it, i think we should have a LGBTQ topic.
Why? Is daring in the lgbt community so different you can't use the standard dating topic? Are sexual health and sexual behavior topics somehow not inclusive to people with lgbt questions or answers? How do the current topics fail to be inclusive to lgbt issues?
Bad idea. There simply isn't any questions or posts they could say or add there that they couldn't put in the current topics we have now. It's like creating a "Straight people" topic there's no point... Unless you're seeing something I'm not.
no. if the LGBTQ keeps claiming to be 'normal' and all about 'love is love', then they should live like everyone else does. placing a topic just for them only contradicts the idea that they should be treated equally.
Every website I go to adds an LGBT topic, so no, I don't think GaG should. Actually, I might even stop using the site if they add one. (Maybe not, but at the very least I will make sure not to follow anything from LGBT.) Such topics are spammed on a TON of sites, and I'm sick of seeing it.
It seems like a useless feature, too. They could just put their questions/myTakes under dating, flirting, or relationships. There's also society & culture. What is so special about LGBT in today's world that grants them their own topic? They're simply a human with a different sexual preference.