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Bisexuality

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Families like mine

Families like mine is a multimedia guide that offers practical advice to families of young gender diverse people, same-sex attracted and bisexual people, and those who are questioning their sexuality or gender identity. The guide was developed because research shows that family support can have a significant positive impact on the mental health of young lesbian, gay, bisexual or gender diverse people.

Read more on Beyond Blue website

QLives: Sophia's Story (Bisexuality) - YouTube

This QLives film is the story of Sophia, focussing on her experiences of being attracted to more than one gender, and identifying as first Bisexual and now P...

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QLives: Scott's Story (Bisexuality) - YouTube

This QLives film is the story of Scott, who talks about being attracted to both men and women, and identifying as bisexual. Scotts Story directed by Dean Fr...

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Putting the B in LGBTQIA A quick guide to understanding bisexuality | ReachOut Australia

Check out our quick tips for handling the unique challenges that come with bisexuality, and ways to help smash some common myths.

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Bisexuality - Better Health Channel

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Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex - Information and Services - Population Groups

The prospect of aged care or palliative care can be challenging for many older LGBTI people who may not feel recognised or supported by wider society. Discrimination experienced by LGBTI people has been proven to lead to poorer health outcomes, reduced participation in social activities and avoiding or delaying accessing health care due to fear of prejudice.

Read more on End of Life Directions for Aged Care ELDAC website

Sexuality | Head to Health

Your sexuality plays an important role in your identity and sense of self. Not being able to express your sexuality can be damaging to your sense of self-worth and overall mental health.

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Teen sexuality & sexual development | Raising Children Network

Feeling comfortable with sexuality is essential to healthy development in the teenage years. Accepting your child’s sexuality and talking openly can help.

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Gender and sexuality | Disability Gateway

Information and services to help people with disability, their family, friends and carers, to find the support they need in Australia

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Sexual development & autistic teenagers | Raising Children Network

Autistic teens can have trouble understanding sexual feelings and behaviour. Visual supports and social stories can support their healthy sexual development.

Read more on raisingchildren.net.au website

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