Show 27 More Show Less. Our finding that outcomes—including depression, anxiety, and illicit drug use—are common among bisexuals indicates that mental health and substance use treatment services should be prepared to accommodate the specific needs of bisexual people. To provide support, education and resources on issues of sexual orientation and gender identity. Women's Discussion Group An open discussion group for LBT women to talk about a variety of subjects, including relationships, school, work, family, friends and any other topics of interest. You do not have to register in advance. Open to lesbians, bisexual women and trans lesbians of all ages.
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They are moderated by a professional group counselor, group therapist or group psychologist and generally focus on a specific issue or client profile e. Many reported a lack of in-group community support, and many felt marginalized in both the heterosexual community and the lesbian and gay community see Note 4. The Long and Short of it. Bisexual People of Faith - - edited by Debra R. Place access points Ottawa, Ontario. To promote the study we produced a short video describing the project:
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The model also predicts widespread bisexuality in humans. Exploring Bisexuality A free ten week group for people who are exploring their attraction to more than one gender, or are struggling with what their bisexuality means to them and their lives. Weighted prevalence estimates for the seven mental health and substance use outcomes are presented in Table 2. Biphobia in the gay and lesbian community. Bisexuals confuse a society obsessed with categorizing people: Related places Ottawa, Ontario. He came out as bisexual in
Farrar, Straus and Giroux; Reprint edition. Bisexual speaker, workshop leader, teacher, writer, and activist. For more information, genderqueer diversitycenter. Looking for Identity in All the Wrong Places "We knew, always should have known, that there were many times more bisexuals than homosexuals. But for whatever reason — the desire to organize everything into neat, discrete classifications, or the need to band together to advocate for equal rights — the world tends to operate on the assumption that these four identities do indeed comprise the full universe of sexual orientations.