Tag: bi health

How to Give Emotional Support to Bi Women of Color Guide

biresourcecenter: by Gwendolyn Fougy Henry, EdM, MSLIS. Bi women of color are self-identified trans, non-binary, and cis gender people who identify with their own personal definition of womanhood. We possess the capacity to form attractions to more than one gender and agender people. We… Continue Reading “How to Give Emotional Support to Bi Women of Color Guide”

THIS THURSDAY!Free. robynochs: Hello all, on September 10th, 2014, from 2-3pm EST, I’ll be giving a FREE webinar: Understanding Bisexuality: Challenging Stigma, Reducing Disparities, and Caring for Patients” that is hosted by the National LGBT Health Education Center, The Fenway Institute, Fenway Health. For… Continue Reading “”

Hello all, on September 10th, 2014, from 2-3pm EST, I’ll be giving a FREE webinar: Understanding Bisexuality: Challenging Stigma, Reducing Disparities, and Caring for Patients” that is hosted by the National LGBT Health Education Center, The Fenway Institute, Fenway Health. For those for whom… Continue Reading “”

AND ON THE FLIP SIDE:If you identify as bi* and have had a POSITIVE experience with a health provider related to your sexual orientation, PLEASE tell me what happened — today. You can post here or else send me an email: robyn@robynochs.com. Thank you.

If you identify as bi* and have had a negative experience with a health provider related to your sexual orientation, PLEASE tell me what happened — today. You can post here or else send me an email: robyn@robynochs.com. Thank you.

Call for Writing *** Bi Women Quarterly *** Topic: Mental Health

CALL FOR WRITING: The theme for the Spring 2014 issue of the Bi Women Quarterly will be “Mental Health: ”Recent research shows that women who identify as bi* engage in risk behaviors a a higher rate and have poorer health outcomes than do heterosexuals… Continue Reading “Call for Writing *** Bi Women Quarterly *** Topic: Mental Health”

Call for Writing *** Bi Women Quarterly *** Topic: Mental Health

CALL FOR WRITING: The theme for the Spring 2014 issue of the Bi Women Quarterly will be “Mental Health: ”Recent research shows that women who identify as bi* engage in risk behaviors a a higher rate and have poorer health outcomes than do heterosexuals… Continue Reading “Call for Writing *** Bi Women Quarterly *** Topic: Mental Health”