Consult online with best Therapist
Get The Best Help For Sexuality Issues
TherapyMantra is here to help you on your path to recovery from gayism. We match you with the best Gay Counselors available 24/7 via video call or messaging.
Match with Top Gay Counselors
We assign the best counsellors experienced in sexuality issues based on your needs.
Affordable and Effective
Our online sessions are 90% less expensive than in-person therapy, available 24/7.
We offer ongoing support through self-care tools, depression help videos, chat groups, meditations, breathing exercises, and other resources.
Wondering if it’s just a phase or something more? Take our Free online Gay Counseling to find out?
How it works?
You are matched with a Gay Counselor based on your needs and preferences. You get a secure “therapy room” where you can communicate with your counsellor via chat or phone. You can write or talk about your issues & ask questions to deal with gayism.
Register for Gay Counseling
Simply complete a 5-minute online form to tell us about your sexality issues
Consult with your Gay Counselors
We connect you with Gay Counselors who are available 24/7 based on your preferences and needs.
Connect to Our App
Apart from Video / chat sessions, our app offers self-care tools, videos and meditations to help you deal with your sexual issues.
Best Gay Counselors
Positive conversations, exercises, and meditations are used by TherapyMantra psychologists to help you deal with depression. Our Gay Counselors outperform traditional counselling as you get matched from a pool of 500+ Gay Counselors, who offer 24/7 unrestricted private chat.
Who is A Gay?
Gay is the term for hatred of gays, homosexuality, or LGBT people. It’s not gay-bashing. Rather than physical violence against gay people, it’s the demeaning of their existence and denial of their civil rights. Gays don’t even really care if you’re gay; you could be a straight male who loves hip-hop and dresses like a thug, and you’re still gay in their eyes.
There’s no single answer to the question of what is gay because it’s an ever-evolving term that can mean different things to different people. Generally speaking, though, when someone says “that’s so gay,” they’re indicating that they think something is dumb, lame, or unappealing.
Types Of Gays
There are many types of gays in the world. Some people may not even realize that there are different types of gays, but there are! Here are some of the most common types:
- Sex-averse: A person who is not interested in sex is called a ‘sex-averse’.
- A person is said to be sex-favorable if they have positive feelings toward sex under certain conditions.
- Individuals who are sex-indifferent have no strong feelings about sex or sexual behavior.
- Sex-repulsed people are those who are repulsed by sex and sexual behavior.
- Sapiosexual: A sapiosexual is someone who does not feel sexual attraction but wishes to engage in sexual behavior or have a sexual relationship.
- Asexual libidos: These are asexual people who have sexual desires that they can satisfy through masturbation or self-stimulation.
- Graysexuals are people who are sexually attracted only occasionally or infrequently and intensely.
- Greyromantic: People who identify as gray romantics may only have romantic feelings on rare occasions, if at all.
Symptoms Of Gayism
- Tiny boys getting charmed with their mother’s beauty kit; little girls becoming enamored of field hockey or professional wrestling are common cross-sex behaviors among lesbians and gay men.
- Some sports are more popular with homosexual males than rougher sport. For example, swimming, cycling, and tennis.
- Children who exhibit a lot of sex-typical behaviors may have a higher genetic risk of homosexuality. feel compelled to do more than a kiss when you’re kissing.
Reasons For Gayism
Before 1975, the medical and psychological communities agreed that homosexuality was a disease. In the absence of scientific research, the consensus at the time reflected the prevailing culture’s viewpoint. Since homosexuality was considered disordered, “treatments” were discussed and invented. To try to reverse homosexuality, doctors, therapists, and religious leaders have used psychoanalysis, prayer and spiritual interventions, electric shock, nausea-inducing medications, hormone therapy, and surgery. Behavioral treatments such as masturbatory retraining and visits to prostitutes have been tried to “cure” homosexuality.
Issues Faced By Gays
- The gay community faces many challenges that heterosexual people do not. They may be discriminated against in the workplace, in the home, and society at large. Gays may also experience violence and hate crimes at a higher rate than heterosexuals.
- One of the biggest issues facing gays is discrimination in the workplace. Many employers are not willing to hire or promote homosexuals, regardless of their qualifications. This can make it difficult for gays to find work and advance in their careers.
- In the home, gays may face hostility from their families and friends. Some people believe that homosexuality is a sin or immoral. They may try to convince gay people to change their ways, which can be very difficult for them to face.
- In society at large, gays are often portrayed in a negative light. Many movies and television shows have stereotypes that depict gay men as being weak or more feminine than their straight counterparts, while lesbians are seen as being man-like or butch. These portrayals can lead to gays facing discrimination from heterosexual people who believe that they are weak or unattractive.
Therapy Options For Gay Counseling
Sometimes called “talk therapy,” this is when a mental health professional meets with you one-on-one to identify the problems in your life and discuss ways to solve them. Because there’s no “cure” for homosexuality, it’s not usually covered by insurance and can be expensive (usually hundreds of dollars per session).
In group therapy, you meet with a therapist and a handful of other people who are also struggling with the same issue. This can be helpful because you can share your experiences, learn from others, and get support from people who understand what you’re going through.
There are many online and offline support groups for LGBTQ folks. They include places where you can find information, resources, and encouragement. Some groups offer peer mentorship offline or online. This means that someone who is “out” as LGBTQ moderates the group to provide advice and guidance to those who are just coming out or trying to figure things out.
How to find a Gay Counselor?
TherapyMantra can help you find a Gay Counselor near you. We have over 500+ therapists listed on our therapist directory. You can follow the following steps to find a good Gay Counselor:
- First, ask your family doctor or anyone else you are seeing for a referral for Gay Counseling.
- The next thing you’ll want to do is ask your friends and loved ones for referrals.
- The next thing you’ll want to do is look online. There are many websites that help people find therapists in their area who can treat things like these.
10,000+ Happy & Healed patients
““Therapy Mantra’s therapist was easy to talk to, and it was wonderful and beneficial to communicate my problems in a safe environment.” I treasure our simple ‘connection,’ and I value his knowledge and experience, as well as how this has translated into a compassionate and caring professional relationship with me.””
1 year on TherapyMantra
Online counselling is the most effective method because you can remain anonymous while speaking with our expert counsellors in a secure environment.
We provide a wide range of free self-help tools, such as stress and anxiety management exercises, relaxation techniques, mindfulness exercises, and informative blogs. We also provide free mental healing videos, chat groups, breathing meditations, and other resources 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Gay counselling, on the other hand, has a small fee. Having said that, we offer one of the most affordable ways to deal with gays.
TherapyMantra charges between $15 and $40 per week for gay counselling. Unlike traditional in-office therapy, which can cost more than $150 per session, your MindMantra membership includes unlimited text, video, and audio messaging.
Military service and homosexuality are mutually exclusive. The presence of personnel who engage in homosexual activity or who, through their remarks, demonstrate a proclivity to engage in homosexual behaviour in the military environment jeopardises the military mission’s success.
LGBT Pride Month is observed in the United States to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June 1969. As a result, various pride activities are held throughout the month to recognise the contributions of LGBT people worldwide.