By Latoya Gayle For Mailonline. A gay couple who were raised to believe that homosexuality was a sin have revealed how they found love after meeting on a dating app, as they celebrate their birth of their triplets. Jake Taylor-Baumann, 30, and Sean Taylor-Baumann, 27, from Salt Lake City, Utah , were both raised in strict Mormon households and admitted they tried to 'pray the gay away' after realizing they were attracted to men. The pair initially met on gay dating app Grindr in and formed a friendship in the hope of helping each other to 'work through the gay thing' and find 'understanding wives' so that they could remain part of the church.
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Lesbian, gay and bisexual LGB adults in the United States are avid users of online dating sites and apps, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey. LGB online daters generally report that their experiences with online dating have been positive — even more so than straight online daters. At the same time, they are more likely than their straight counterparts to experience a range of negative behaviors on dating platforms — from name-calling to physical threats. One of the advantages of online dating is that it can help people with a small pool of potential partners — such as those seeking same-sex partners — to find a match.
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Cadbury is defending its choice to feature a gay couple sharing a creme egg in its latest campaign. The ad was to mark the 50th anniversary of the creme egg or the "Golden Goobilee", which was showing all the different ways people ate the chocolate treat. We're down with that.
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