In Crisis? Although lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer identified LGBTQ people are as diverse as the general Canadian population in their experiences of mental health and well-being, they face higher risks for some mental health issues due to the effects of discrimination and the social determinants of health. Socio-economic factors or determinants play a key role in mental health and wellbeing for all of us, and are particularly important for marginalized populations. Three significant determinants of positive mental health and wellbeing are: social inclusion; freedom from discrimination and violence; and access to economic resources i. LGBTQ people experience stigma and discrimination across their life spans, and are targets of sexual and physical assault, harassment and hate crimes iii.
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BiNet BC - The British Columbia Bisexual Network, Vancouver BC, Canada
Today, September 23, is the one day every year specifically dedicated to celebrating our bisexual friends. We've teamed up with BiNet USA, GLAAD and a slew of other organizations to " help draw draw attention to the public policy concerns of bisexual people while also celebrating the great resiliency of bisexual culture and community. Three bisexual advocates—Wendy Curry, Michael Page and Gigi Raven Wilbur—conceived of the event as a way to combat bisexual invisibility. CBD [sic], which began in , is celebrated with events around the world celebrating bisexual culture, community and history. In , the White House held its first bisexual community issues roundtable on Celebrate Bisexuality Day. Bisexual people can have an especially hard time because they're often shunned by both non-queer and queer communities and their bi identities are all too routinely misunderstood, mistrusted, denied or erased.
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The subject of bisexuality continues to divide the lesbian and gay community. At pride marches, in films such as Go Fish, at academic conferences, the role and status of bisexuals is hotly contested. Within lesbian communities, formed to support lesbians in a patriarchal and heterosexist society, bisexual women are often perceived as a threat or as a political weakness. Bisexual women feel that they are regarded with suspicion and distrust, if not openly scorned. Drawing on her research with over bisexual and lesbian women, surveying the treatment of bisexuality in the lesbian and gay press, and examining the recent growth of a self-consciously political bisexual movement, Paula Rust addresses a range of questions pertaining to the political and social relationships between lesbians and bisexual women.