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In the largest study of bisexual Australians to date, researchers at La Trobe University have sought to understand why bisexual people face poorer mental health than either their straight or gay counterparts. What they uncovered was that internalized biphobia, having a less supportive partner, and even being in a heterosexual relationship contribute to psychological distress for bisexual people. Analysis of the participants also showed numerous issues with poor mental health. Self-Harm and suicidal ideation were also extremely common amongst study participants. That said, the study also showed that bisexual people in same-sex relationships seemed to fare better overall than those in straight relationships. A follow-up study, to be released later this year, will focus on transgender and gender diverse bisexual people.
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We get things done, so check out our Achievements! Common biphobia issues such as bi-erasure, bi-invisibility and monosexism become daily struggles for those who identify as bisexual inside and outside of queer spaces. Currently in Australia the overwhelming majority of education on queer issues is drawn from gay and lesbian literature. MBN aims to provide accurate and useful resources to assist in educating the health service sector on the specific experiences and needs of people who identify as bisexual.
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‘I’m calling time on this crap’: what it’s like as a gay man to come out as bisexual
Photo: iStock Source:istock. KATY is a year-old jewellery designer who started sleeping with bisexual men by accident. I HAVE never been attracted to overly masculine men. My type would be intelligent, arty guys who are more in touch with their feminine side.
To be honest, I would rather not talk about it, because every time I do it always ends the same way. This Sunday 23 September is Bi Visibility Day — a day encouraging the broader community to recognise and celebrate bisexual history, community, and culture — because bisexual people are still fighting for visibility and recognition. Their experiences are constantly invalidated, and the harm done to them might not be obvious to an outsider.
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