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 A Zen Buddhist Perspective on Same-Gender Marriage  New window
 Robert Aitken Roshi's testimony to the Commission on Sexual Orientation, endorsing same-sex marriage.
 Buddha Buddies - Boston  New window
 Boston area gays and lesbians practicing together to build a healthy, supportive spiritual life.
 Buddhist Lesbians and Gays of New York  New window
 Monthly meetings for meditation and discussion for Lesbian, Gay, Trans-Gender, and Bi-Sexual Buddhists of all traditions as well as those new to Buddhism.
 Cosmopolitan Buddhist Assembly  New window
 Pure Land Buddhist Tradition, oriented to Shin Buddhism. The CBA is for Gay/Queer/Tran/Bisex Men Aged 18+.
 Dharma Friends, Toronto, Canada  New window
 Supports Zen, Tibetan, and Theravadan Buddhist meditation practice in Toronto's Gay & Lesbian community.
 Diamond Metta: Buddhist Lesbians and Gays of New York  New window
 A group of lesbians, gays, and transgendered persons who meet for Buddhist meditation and discussion.
 Gay Men's Buddhist Sangha  New window
 Based in San Francisco. The mission of the Gay Men's Buddhist Sangha is to offer the teachings of the Buddha to the gay community in an atmosphere of wisdom and compassion,and to support each other's practice.
 Gay Zen LA  New window
 The Group's purpose is to introduce interested persons to the teachings of Zen, and to how a non-elitist, non-sexist and non-homophobic spiritual practice can enhance one's life.
 Homosexuality and Theravada Buddhism  New window
 A history and explanation of the Theravadan view on homosexuality.
 Homosexuality in Buddhism  New window
 As homosexuality is not explicitly mentioned in any of the Buddha's discourses, we can only assume that it is meant to be evaluated in the same way that heterosexuality is. And indeed it seems that this is why it is not specifically mentioned. In the case of the lay man and woman where there is mutual consent, where adultery is not involved and where the sexual act is an expression of love, respect, loyalty and warmth, it would not be breaking the third Precept. And it is the same when the two people are of the same gender.

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