Watch: Stylist Anto Lloyd Braids His Boyfriends Hair

Nothing like having an in house styist to keep your edges and baby hairs intact.  

12 Signs You Might Be Emotionally Unavailable

Have you been called cold and unfeeling? Some people get that impression, but you're not. You care deeply, but you just like hiding your emotions. Exes have said they broke it off because they couldn't get past the wall that you put up around yourself and they're right, they couldn't. Being emotionally unavailable doesn't make you less of a person, you still love and want to be loved, you're just afraid of letting someone in, it only gives them more power over you. You are your own hero. Here are some signs that you are emotionally unavailable:

Pedro and Pablo's Cancun Wedding

Wedding Spotlight: Jason and D'Juan's Harlem Renaissance Wedding


Jason and D’Juan’s Harlem Renaissance wedding featured bold shades of blue and smiles all around. The couple spent the day laughing with loved ones, beginning with everyone getting ready together. D’Juan and Jason celebrated the day with their family, five groomsmen and five groomsmaids at their side. They did their hair and makeup, shared snacks and drinks and prepared for the big day.

Study Says Gay and Lesbian Couples Happier Than Their Straight Counterparts

Gay and lesbian couples have happier relationships than their straight counterparts, according to new research.

Academics behind the research say it counters the stereotype that same-sex relationships are conflictual, unhappy and dysfunctional.

The research, based on surveys of over 25,000 people in the UK and Australia, is published in the academic journal Family Relations.

It found that UK gay and lesbian couples had a relationship quality as high as their straight counterparts, while in Australia it was higher than heterosexuals.

Needle In A Gay Stack: Man Tells The Horrors of Gay Dating On a Remote Island

If you thought you lived in the middle of nowhere and a hard time dating, your not alone, but you also don't have it as bad as Liam Anderson of Shetland.  In an interview with BBC's newsbeat he shares how hard it is to find a date on an island of only 22,000 people.  

Via Newsbeat

"It's hard to find 'the one' here," Liam Anderson tells Newsbeat.

The 22-year-old is gay and a born and bred Shetlander.

We meet him at his home in Voe, a small remote settlement on the west coast of the island, where his house looks over a loch and his neighbours are mainly sheep.