Tag Archives: Bisexual

Long Term Care Insurance

Long Term Care Insurance

Long-term care insurance is for those individuals who realize that they may not die quickly. Some of the causes for the use of extended care include Alzheimer’s Diesease, Parkinson’s Disease, emphysema, arthritis, cancer, heart disease, TIA’s, strokes, diabetes, senile dementia, and depression. Accidents should not be discluded from this list of problems. Why Should You Consider Long-term Care Insurance? The …

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Lesbian and Gay Friendly Health Insurance Agent

Lesbian and Gay Friendly Health Insurance Agent

The way to find a lesbian gay friendly health insurance agent is pretty simple–just ask. Once you have a list of possible insurance agents, start calling and finding out which one’s are lesbian and gay friendly. It’s a lot easier to do this over the phone, and it also saves a lot of time. You can also ask around among …

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Superman

Superman Came Out as Bisexual

Superman’s done a lot since he first appeared in comic books 80 years ago, almost. He’s saved the world more than a few times. Jon Kent, the son of original Superman Clark Kent and journalist Lois Lane, turns out to be bisexual in DC Comics’ latest iteration of the superhero’s adventures.   The traditionally heterosexual superhero will embark on a …

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DC Comics

Batman’s Sidekick Robin Comes Out As Bisexual

Batman’s trusted sidekick finally had his coming out moment. In the latest comic, Robin — who’s real name is Tim Drake — accepts a male friend’s offer to go on a date. In the latest comic book in the Batman universe, the superhero sidekick character “Robin” seemingly reveals himself to be romantically interested in a male friend, an indication that …

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Gay and Coming Out of The Closet

Telling Your Family That You’re Gay

Before you think about how to come out to your family, what’s most important is that you feel a sense of acceptance in yourself about your sexual orientation and/or gender identity and your reasons for coming out. As you begin to acknowledge to yourself that you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans, it is very common to experience guilt, shame, doubt and …

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Bisexual Women's Health

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 healthcare system. The bisexual community is fighting this, to spread education and make quality healthcare more …

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Popular Misconceptions About Bisexuals

Popular Misconceptions About Bisexuals

There are many harmful misconceptions out there regarding bisexuality. These common assumptions exist in and outside of the LGBTI+ 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 judged harshly and incorrectly.  It’s time that everyone is able to …

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Biphobia is a Common Problem

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 never heard of it: It’s called …

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Pansexual Flag

Pansexual is a more Accurate Label for Many

Most of the time, the LGBTI+ community focuses on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and Intersex people in conversation, etc. Often, though, pansexuals are completely misidentified as bisexual. Are you confused at all? Well, maybe you are if you’re unfamiliar with the term. A pansexual is a person who may be attracted to females, males, transgender people and non-binary individuals.  To …

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Depression

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 that gay and bisexual individuals are not more impulsive than heterosexuals are. The reason for the high incidence of …

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