Sex and Relationships
Whether you're gay or straight, if you have hemophilia you're a part of our community. Ed Kuebler answers some of the biggest questions that young gay men with hemophilia often ask.
Love, it seems, is a universally popular but eternally mysterious pursuit, especially for newbies. For many young guys, discovery of the opposite sex is a prominent feature of daily life.
Few things are more exciting—or nerve-racking—than cutting the cord and striking out on your own for the first time.
If and when you choose to have sex is a decision you and your partner should make when the time is right, but sex can be a natural and important part of a healthy relationship.
Dating is a normal part of growing up and having hemophilia shouldn't keep you from enjoying the same relationships your friends do.
Journalist Carol Sorgen talks with Tessa Speller, former hemophilia nurse specialist at the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne, Australia and "Frankly Speaking About Hemophilia" editorial board member.