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  1. frogbrain

    LGBTQ+ and Faith

    I was raised in a Christian home and recently figured out I was bi. It's caused a lot of big feelings for me, and I'm not sure what to do about it. Is there anyone out there who's Christian or another religion and also LGBTQ+ or supportive? What does that look like for you? Where do you go to...
  2. frogbrain

    Hello!

    It's me! You can call me Frog, my pronouns are she/her and I'm excited to be here! I recently figured out I was bisexual. I like sewing, writing, and drinking tea. If I do something stupid, go ahead and let me know, I will take it down and apologize. I'm really slow with replies, especially...
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    LGBT Guide to Healthy Living

    Obviously, being healthy won’t fit into a week or a month alone, but it’s a place to start. LGBT health is a big issue for each of us individually and as a community. Our health needs are sometimes the same as everyone else’s and sometimes different; and there’s a lot to consider. To get us all...
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    What is Bisexuality?

    Bisexuality is often defined as having an interest in or romantic feelings towards people of both sexes. Thus, a bisexual man will be attractive to men as well as women. A bisexual woman will be attracted to men as well as women. Men and women who say they are bisexual love men and women at...
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    Biphobia is a Common Problem

    Most people are familiar with the word “homophobia”. There are many terrible, damaging myths and stereotypes out there that remind us far too much about how common it is to hate and be ignorant. There is another form of phobia that is less spoken about and it’s fairly safe to say that many have...
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    5 Ways Bisexual Women Can Pursue Better Healthcare

    Many individuals in the LGBT+ community face significant issues with regard to health care. For example, bisexual women face a high risk of physical and mental health problems and have a higher likelihood of experiencing violence and addiction. Discrimination is often experienced within the...
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    Bisexual Women Have Higher Rates of Depression

    Studies that survey the psychological health of lesbian, bisexual, and gay individuals have for years indicated that members of the LGB community struggle more with mental health issues such as depression, suicidality, alcoholism, and cigarette smoking. Experts on psychological health accept...
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    How to Talk to Your Bisexual Boyfriend

    So you’ve just found out your boyfriend is bisexual. Now what? Well that really depends on the matter you discovered his bisexuality. If he came out to candidly he probably needs a hug and a bit of moral support. If you caught him in bed with another guy (or a girl if you’re coming at this from...
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    Gay and Bisexual Men and HIV Risk

    Should the Education System Feel Responsible? The discussion of homophobia and the actual risk of HIV to the population is always a heated debate, but it becomes a muddier and more frustrating topic when words like “men who have sex with men” (MSM) and “bisexual” are used—and these words are...
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    What is Biphobia?

    Most people are familiar with the word “homophobia”. There are many terrible, damaging myths and stereotypes out there that remind us far too much about how common it is to hate and be ignorant. There is another form of phobia that is less spoken about and it’s fairly safe to say that many have...
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    Popular Misconceptions About Bisexuals

    There are many harmful misconceptions out there regarding bisexuality. These common assumptions exist in and outside of the LGBT+ community. Bisexuality is real and it’s here to stay. Some of your friends might be bisexual (or you might be, of course) and won’t come out for fear of being...