Monthly Archives: March 2011


Sex After Prostate Cancer

Sex After Prostate Cancer Moshe Rozdzial, PhD   Prostate cancer is the most common cancer (representing about 25% of all new cancer diagnoses) in men in the USA. While radical prostatectomy, or surgical removal of the prostate, is the medical treatment of choice, the major urological complications of this procedure are incontinence and erectile dysfunction […]

Domestic Violence and Abuse in the Gay/LGBT Community

Domestic Violence and Abuse in the Gay/LGBT community Domestic abuse and violence is blind to sexual orientation or social status. On a Daily basis, Issues of dominance, power, and control in relationships are rooted in the fabric of the oppressive systems we live in. Although there is overlap between the issues faced by survivors of […]

Gay Parenting

Gay Parenting Moshe Rozdzial, PhD Somewhere between 6 million and 12 million children have been blessed with gay parents. Yet, gay and lesbian parents continue to struggle on a daily basis with the challenges of a homophobic society and institutionalized oppression. Gays and lesbians are the only population facing restrictions on the rights and privileges […]

Coming Out Gay/LGBT – Frequently Asked Questions

Coming Out Gay/LGBT – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’S) Moshe Rozdzial, PhD Coming out is the very personal process of making your identity, as a member of a sexual minority, visible in the world, to one degree or another. The coming out process is different for every person, occurring at different ages, life stages, and in […]