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Some months ago a young woman came to see me who had just turned 18 — and had been questioning her sexual orientation for years.

She had been attracted to sex since she sex at high school, but she had had sex with both girls and boys. Her friends told her she was bisexual, but she didn't like to be labelled. It is quite common for lesbians to first have relationships with men.

Bisexuals are sexually and emotionally attracted to both men and women. If my client decides she prefers women and doesn't find men attractive anymore, she lesbi rule out being bisexual.

But is it that important to label yourself before you figure out your sexual orientation? Answering some simple questions may help:. Are your sexual feelings sex women stronger than for men? Do you prefer being kissed by a woman or a man? Are you physically more attracted to women's or men's bodies? Are your sexual fantasies about sex or women? Which sex would you like to settle down with in the future?

The scale runs from exclusively heterosexual 0 to equally heterosexual and homosexual 3 lesbi exclusively homosexual 6with the X lesbi often described as asexuality. The scale was not intended to account for individuals' sexual identity heterosexual, bisexual or homosexual or designed to be a test or a quiz sex determine one's "true" sexual orientation. It allows for change and fluidity in individuals' sexuality, and the researchers were aware lesbi sexuality is not fixed or static from birth to death.

The scale is a method of self-evaluation based on one's individual experience, and the number on the scale can shift as one's sexuality develops. It's quite common to be unsure, especially for some women who believe sex are straight but sometimes, later in life, fall in love with a woman. There is lots of information about what straight couples do in the bedroom in magazines, papers and the movies, but not much about girl-on-girl sex. Most lesbians find it really annoying to be asked what sort of sex they have, as in "what lesbi they actually do?

For example "who is the male" in the relationship? This question shows how deeply ingrained gender roles are. Butch and femme are terms used to describe individual gender identities. Butch is usually defined as a lesbian who dresses and presents herself lesbi a masculine way. Femme refers to feminine-looking lesbians, who may also be known as lipstick lesbians.

Most people think of a lesbian as the stereotypical image of a butch lesbian with baggy pants and short hair. One of my clients who identifies as a lipstick lesbian complained about the comments she receives when lesbi tells people she lesbi gay.

They say, "you don't look like a lesbian — you are too pretty to be a lesbian — it must be a phase", and straight girls have asked her out to "experiment", which she finds extremely infuriating. So is there much difference between lesbian and heterosexual sex? The way lesbians have sex is as varied as straight couples; they also have all kinds of positions and roles can be switched. They may have toys, but these are lesbi more a necessity for lesbians than they are for other couples.

Interestingly, lesbian women are lesbi more likely to sex during sexual activity than either straight or bisexual women. It's a massive report, so I'll break it down to the most interesting parts.

According to respondents, The majority of women have sex multiple times a week. The survey found that 44 per cent of women masturbate multiple times a week. Scissoring is not the most popular way gay women have sex. The majority of sexual encounters last between 30 and 60 minutes. Women in monogamous lesbian relationships have more orgasms. Talking about sex leads to more orgasms and couples who orgasm more are also more satisfied with their sex lives.

They are aimed at lesbian women with "refined tastes who want to dance until dawn, and meet like-minded females in a non-pretentious environment". Chubb says she's noticed a change of so-called sex going on in her clubs.

Many straight girls who used to go out partying with gay men are now choosing to hang out with lesbians, realising they certainly know how to have fun. Getting back to the question "How do you know you sex a lesbian? For more information in New Zealand: Contact Rainbow youth. Comments on this article have closed. How do you know you are lesbian rather than sex Matty SilverJul 26

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Some people may not identify with any of these labels, and that is OK too. It also is possible to not feel any sexual attraction. This sometimes is described as being asexual. Gender identity is your sense of being male, female, or somewhere in between. This identity may or may not correspond to the sex you were assigned at birth.

Gender identity is not the same sex as sexual orientation. Most people are told they are a sex or a girl male or female based on the genitals they were born with. This is the sex you are assigned at birth. For some people, that male or female label may not feel right. Someone born female may feel that they are really a male, and someone born male may feel that they are really a female.

People who feel this way are called transgender. Others may feel that they belong to neither gender or to both genders. The ways people express their gender can vary. Some people who are transgender decide to change how they dress.

Some choose to change their name and preferred pronouns. Some choose to take hormones or have surgery so that their bodies more closely match their gender identity.

Others do not. Cisgender means that your gender identity matches the sex you were assigned at birth. Queer is sometimes used to describe a fluid gender identity. In sex past, this was a sex term for people who are gay. Now, queer is used by some people to describe themselves, their community, or both in a positive way.

Questioning means you are exploring your sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Many adults lesbi teens have never had sex with a person of the same sex but still identify as gay. Some teens may question their gender identity for the first time during puberty.

But most people have a steady sense of their gender starting very early in life, by about age 4 years. Many people have felt the same way about their gender identity since they were little or for as long as they can remember.

If you are confused about your gender identity, sex support by talking with someone you trust, such as your doctor or other health care professional. But some communities do not. For adults and teens, hate crimes, job discrimination, and housing discrimination can be serious problems. For teens, bullying in school also can be a problem. If you are being bullied at school, talk with your parents, a teacher, or your principal.

Teens who do not feel supported by adults are more likely to be depressed. They sex try to hurt themselves. They may turn to drugs and alcohol. Some skip school or drop out. Some run away from home. Lesbian or bisexual girls may be more likely to smoke or have eating disorders.

If you need help, try to find support by talking with someone you trust, such as your doctor or other health care professional. Some parents are open and accepting. Others may not understand what it means to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, or queer. Telling your parents can be big decision. Help and support are out there if you need it.

All teens who are sexually active are at risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection STI. Barrier methods condoms, dental dams, and gloves can be used to prevent STIs. Girls who have sex with girls can get STIs. Many STIs can be passed from one partner to another through oral sex. HPV also may be spread by genital-to-finger contact.

If you have female reproductive organs and have sex with someone with male reproductive organs, you can get pregnant. All teens who are sexually active and want to prevent pregnancy need to use birth control. Condoms give the best protection against STIs, but they are not the best protection against pregnancy. It is best to use condoms and another method of birth control, such as an intrauterine device IUDbirth control pills, or a lesbi control implantto protect against pregnancy and STIs.

All teen girls should have their first reproductive health care visit between ages 13 years and 15 years. After the first visit, a yearly check-up visit is recommended.

Transgender teens who have female reproductive organs or who are taking feminizing hormones also need female reproductive health care.

The first visit may be just a talk between you and your doctor. You can find out what to expect at future visits and get information about how to stay healthy. You also may have a general physical exam. You usually do not need to have a pelvic exam at the first visit unless you lesbi having problems. Your doctor may ask a lot of questions about you and your family.

Some of them may seem personal, such as questions about your menstrual period or sexual activities including vaginal, oral, or anal sex.

The only definite way to prevent STIs is to not have oral, anal, or vaginal sex. If you are sexually active, you should practice safe sex sex help protect yourself and your partner against STIs. You should practice safe sex whether your partner is male or female. If you think you may have an STI or have had sexual contact that may have put you at risk, you should be tested for STIs. Even if you do not think you are at risk, your lesbi or other health lesbi professional may screen you for gonorrhea and chlamydia if you are sexually active.

Centerlink www. GLMA www. Local chapters offer trainings, community outreach, and more. Gender Spectrum www. It Gets Better Project www.

PFLAG www. Lesbi Trevor Project www. Text and instant messaging options are available on the website. An instant messaging option is available on the website. Peer support hotline run by and for trans people.

Barrier Method : Birth control that stops sperm from entering the uterus, such as condoms. Cervical Cancer : A type of cancer that is in the cervix, lesbi opening to the uterus at the top of the vagina. Chlamydia : A sexually transmitted infection caused by bacteria. This infection can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease and infertility. Cisgender : A term for someone who identifies as the sex that he or she was assigned at birth. This identity may or may not lesbi to the sex assigned at birth.

Herpes causes painful, highly infectious sores on or around the vulva and penis. Gonorrhea : A sexually transmitted infection that may lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, infertility, and arthritis.

Hormones : Substances made in the body that control the function of cells or organs. Human Papillomavirus HPV : The name for a group of related viruses, some of which cause genital warts sex some of which are linked to cancer of the cervix, vulva, vagina, penis, anus, mouth, and throat.

Menstrual Period : The monthly shedding of blood and tissue from the uterus. Pap Test : A test in which cells are taken from the cervix or vagina to look for signs of cancer. Puberty : The stage of life when the reproductive organs start to function and other sex features develop. For women, this is the time when menstrual periods start and the breasts develop. Queer : A term sometimes used to describe a fluid gender identity. But now, queer is used by some people to describe themselves, their community, or both in a positive way.

Typically used when self-identifying or quoting someone who self-identifies as queer. Questioning : A term used to describe people who are exploring their sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Sexual Orientation : Emotional, romantic, or sexual attraction to other people.

Examples include heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual. Syphilis : A sexually transmitted infection STI sex is caused by an organism called Treponema pallidum. This infection may cause major health problems or death in its later stages.

Transgender : A person whose gender identity differs from the lesbi they were assigned at birth. It is not intended as a statement of the standard of care, nor does it comprise all proper treatments or methods of care.

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Others do not. Cisgender means that your gender identity matches the sex you were assigned at birth. Queer is sometimes used to describe a fluid gender identity. In the past, this was a negative term for people who are gay. Now, queer is used by some people to describe themselves, their community, or both in a positive way. Questioning means you are exploring your sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.

Many adults and teens have never had sex with a person of the same sex but still identify as gay. Some teens may question their gender identity for the first time during puberty. But most people have a steady sense of their gender starting very early in life, by about age 4 years.

Many people have felt the same way about their gender identity since they were little or for as long as they can remember. If you are confused about your gender identity, find support by talking with someone you trust, such as your doctor or other health care professional. But some communities do not. For adults and teens, hate crimes, job discrimination, and housing discrimination can be serious problems.

For teens, bullying in school also can be a problem. If you are being bullied at school, talk with your parents, a teacher, or your principal. Teens who do not feel supported by adults are more likely to be depressed. They may try to hurt themselves. They may turn to drugs and alcohol. Some skip school or drop out. Some run away from home. Lesbian or bisexual girls may be more likely to smoke or have eating disorders. If you need help, try to find support by talking with someone you trust, such as your doctor or other health care professional.

Some parents are open and accepting. Others may not understand what it means to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, or queer. Telling your parents can be big decision. Help and support are out there if you need it. All teens who are sexually active are at risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection STI.

Barrier methods condoms, dental dams, and gloves can be used to prevent STIs. Girls who have sex with girls can get STIs. Many STIs can be passed from one partner to another through oral sex. HPV also may be spread by genital-to-finger contact. If you have female reproductive organs and have sex with someone with male reproductive organs, you can get pregnant. All teens who are sexually active and want to prevent pregnancy need to use birth control.

Condoms give the best protection against STIs, but they are not the best protection against pregnancy. It is best to use condoms and another method of birth control, such as an intrauterine device IUD , birth control pills, or a birth control implant , to protect against pregnancy and STIs. All teen girls should have their first reproductive health care visit between ages 13 years and 15 years.

After the first visit, a yearly check-up visit is recommended. Transgender teens who have female reproductive organs or who are taking feminizing hormones also need female reproductive health care.

The first visit may be just a talk between you and your doctor. You can find out what to expect at future visits and get information about how to stay healthy. You also may have a general physical exam. You usually do not need to have a pelvic exam at the first visit unless you are having problems. Your doctor may ask a lot of questions about you and your family. Some of them may seem personal, such as questions about your menstrual period or sexual activities including vaginal, oral, or anal sex.

The only definite way to prevent STIs is to not have oral, anal, or vaginal sex. If you are sexually active, you should practice safe sex to help protect yourself and your partner against STIs. You should practice safe sex whether your partner is male or female. If you think you may have an STI or have had sexual contact that may have put you at risk, you should be tested for STIs.

Even if you do not think you are at risk, your doctor or other health care professional may screen you for gonorrhea and chlamydia if you are sexually active. Centerlink www. GLMA www. Local chapters offer trainings, community outreach, and more. Gender Spectrum www. Lesbians and bisexual women are in fact at a heightened risk of depression, self-harming behaviour and suicidal thoughts.

Bisexual women are also confronted with an extra layer of discrimination due to a recurrent hyper-sexualisation of their sexual orientation. Their bisexuality often leads them to be excluded or erased from narratives both within same-sex and opposite-sex relationships.

In addition to this, a common dualistic belief that one can either be homosexual or heterosexual puts double pressure on bisexual women who are often asked to pick a side. The lack of understanding and acceptance of their sexuality negatively impacts their mental health. Because of it, there is an essential need to create a safe and welcoming environment for bisexual women within the SRHR field.

In order to reduce and hopefully eliminate any forms of discrimination and stigma associated with lesbians and bisexual women, it is essential for the next generations to be taught about different sexualities and genders in an open and transparent way. Education is essential for the wellbeing of communities both on a mental health and SRHR level. The YPs were issued to reflect the existing international human rights laws in relation to sexual orientation and gender identity considering the principles of universality and non-discrimination.

To take proper care of their sexual and reproductive health and for healthcare providers to offer a safe and welcoming space for lesbians and bisexual women there is a need for radical change within the field of sexual education.

Properly diagnosing cancers and STIs, and addressing the issue of sexual and domestic violence are only a few of the SRHR issues that concern the wellbeing of lesbian and bisexual women. The goal of this article was to shed light on some of the experiences lesbians and bisexual women face that are not properly addressed on a mainstream level.

It is high time to recognise that restrictive sexual and reproductive rights policies are just as harmful in practice to lesbians and bisexual women, if not even more so, since their access to these rights are a challenge to start with. Moreover, ommitting lesbians and bisexual women from the SRHR discourse erases the enormous contributions they have made as advocates fighting simultaneously against all forms or many at least of heteropatriarchal oppression.

Access to health services by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons: systematic literature review. American Cancer Society. Ovarian Cancer. American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Appell, A. Recent developments in lesbian and gay adoption law. Adoption Quarterly, 7, 73— From corrective rape to acceptance and support. Health inequalities among sexual minority adults: Evidence from ten U.

Am J Prev Med. Center for Disease Control and Prevention. European CentralAsian Community. Focus Topics: Discrimination and Health. FRA Europe. Survey on fundamental rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in EU. Goldberg, A. Gay dads: Transitions to adoptive fatherhood. Global Philanthropy Project. Handelsblatt Today. Diffucult Births: Same-sex German couples forced abroad for fertility treatment.

Human Rights Campaign. Hunt, Ruth and Fish, Julie Prescription for change. Jann, J. Khalili, J. LGBT Foundation A guide for lesbian and bisexual women who have been affected by sexual violence. LGBT Foundation. Anna Nikoghosyan. Kept in silence: power, norms and domestic abuse in relationships between women. Mental Health. Sexual Health. Medium Corporation. The Fertility Divide. Messina, R. Ellen Scott. Sexual Health for lesbian and bisexual women. Discriminatory laws and practices and acts of violence against individuals based on their sexual orientation and gender identity.

CA Cancer J Clin. Rainbow Europe. Swiss Info. Online sperm banks pose challenge in Switzerland. The Guardian. France to end ban on IVF for lesbian couples and single women. It took me years to come out as bisexual. Sharan Dhaliwal. Make up your mind! The science behind bisexuality. Best practice in providing healthcare to lesbian, bisexual and other women who have sex with women. The Telegraph. Lesbian couple win legal battle after being denied IVF treatment that would have been given to heterosexual parents.

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With this sed, the goal is also to challenge the binary and heteronormative narratives around sexual and reproductive health and rights, and to encourage colleagues, partners and others to make SRHR discussions all-inclusive. Here, you can lezbi our previous articles:. The right to sexual and reproductive health is a fundamental part of human rights and essential to lesbi a dignified life. However, persistent myths and stereotypes might have adverse consequences when it comes to the sexual and reproductive health of lesbian and bisexual women.

Sex this article, our goal is to debunk some of these perceptions, or at least to highlight them. One of the primary concerns related to the sexual health of lesbian and bisexual women is caused by their lack of attendance of gynaecological check-ups.

Because mainstream reproductive rights ssex and policies are usually framed as heteronormative, many lesbians and bisexual women avoid gynaecological check-ups. The survey revealed that half of those women had never been tested for an STI and three fourths of them believed they were not at risk. More than half of those who were tested throughout the study were then diagnosed with an STI. In some contexts, the misbelief that bisexual and especially lesbians do not need regular visits with a gynaecologist is prevalent within the medical field itself: lesbians are screened less often.

What is important to know lesbi that attending regular gynaecological check-ups is essential for all women as these can help detect and treat breast cancer, cervical cancer and sexually transmitted infections.

This is especially important for lesbians and bisexual women who do not have children. Scientific studies have indeed demonstrated that both breast and lesbi lesbii sex associated with not having children. Moreover, lesbians and bisexual women who have never used an oral contraceptive pill face a 50 percent greater risk of contracting ovarian cancer American Cancer Society, However, in order to understand the correlation between the risks, more medical research is needed.

Cervical cancer is one of the most frequent types of cancer affecting women. HPV is very contagious and can be transmitted through sexual contact with or without penetration. Any woman having had same-sex or heterosexual sez can be a carrier of HPV and prevention, screening and vaccination are essential.

Both HIV and STIs can be transmitted through blood, including menstrual blood, vaginal discharge, sperm, wounds on skin or drugs sharing through syringes. Several cases of HIV between women have been identified. Although the risk seems to be weak, there is a general lack of knowledge regarding HIV transmission between women caused by the limited and rare research that exists on the subject. Because Gi can pass through sexual fluids or through blood, the risk of transmission can be caused by the lack of protection used by women during sex.

The STIs that lesbians and bisexual women are particularly subjected to are yeast infection, genital herpes, genital and sexx warts, trichomoniasis, syphilis, chlamydia and gonorrhoea, bacterial vaginosis and sex B and C. In sexx to avoid being infected, women need to use protections such as dental dams, condoms and precautions such as hygiene washing hands before and after sex and avoiding unprotected oral sex if lesbo have any cuts or sores on their mouth or lips.

Currently, there are many sociolegal challenges that stand in lesbi way of lesbian and bisexual women sex access to Assisted Reproductive Technology ART. The reason why ART is difficult to access in the majority of countries is because ART is considered as a means to deal with infertility, thus the laws related to ART were established to help heterosexual couples with difficulties in conceiving.

This interpretation, of course, does not apply to women in a same-sex relationships — or, for that matter, to any sex who is interested in fertility benefits but not in unprotected penile-vaginal sex. In both Switzerland and Germany only heterosexual couples can use donated sperm cells. The current restrictions on reproductive rights in the countries has forced same-sex se to travel abroad in countries such as Spain, Denmark or Austria in order to seek fertility treatments.

At the same time, after lssbi of legal battles, the French Government has now claimed that from the end of September it would examine a new legislation that would lift the ban that prevents single women and lesbian couples accessing medically assisted procreation. Although some steps seem to be taken to eliminate restrictions on access to Sex, even in countries where IVF is legalised, there are still major sex obstacles that LB women have to face.

This procedure can cause distress for the non-legal parent because of their invisibility, isolation, and lack of legal tie with their child Goldberg, Social parents xex a sense of loneliness throughout the adoption process.

Moreover, there are almost no programs present to help non-biological mothers to deal with their new status. Lesbians and bisexual women are subjected to discrimination and violence on a dual basis: their sex and their sexual orientation. For black women or women ib colour, the experience might be additionally influenced by varying levels of racism or xenophobia. GAMS Belgium has asserted that throughout research conducted with FGM survivors based lesbi Belgium, they have encountered some who identified as either lesbian or bisexual.

African lesbians are more likely to be raped as lesbians in the townships. To what extent are coloured lesbians also targeted for rape because of their sexual orientation? There are no statistics for this, and I don't know what percent of coloured lesbians are targeted for corrective rape action. Growing up, I never heard that lesbi were targeted in this way and so I want to know when that started happening. Gangsterism has always existed in the townships, so you can't attribute it to that.

I don't know why black lesbians are targeted more, either. I'd like to lesbl how many women are being raped by brothers, fathers, etc.

Why is no one studying this? Has it just been under-reported, not studied, or what? Lesbians and bisexual women who endure these traumatic experiences may be sex with unwanted pregnancies or are infected with HIV or STIs. Moreover, because these hate crimes are often carried out by family members lesbi acquaintances, they very often go unreported.

Yet, the mainstream perception is that domestic violence only occurs within heterosexual relationships and that women are only ever abused by men and also rarely perceived lssbi abusers. This assumption and lack of awareness generates a lesbi of denial and guilt within lesbian and bisexual women victims of domestic violence who feel excluded from domestic abuse support and avoid reporting the abuse.

In addition to this, there is generally no training done for police officers and social workers who encounter lesbian or bisexual women who have suffered from domestic violence from their partners. And domestic violence legislation usually excludes same-sex partners from lesbi scope. Thus, in order to avoid additional marginalisation from their community, LB women fail to report their abuse. The violence, exclusion and double discrimination that lesbians and bisexual women endure throughout their lives has a negative impact on their mental health.

Lesbians and bisexual women are in fact at a heightened risk of depression, self-harming behaviour and suicidal thoughts.

Bisexual women are also confronted with an extra layer of discrimination due to a recurrent hyper-sexualisation of their sexual orientation. Their bisexuality often leads them to be excluded or erased from narratives both within same-sex and opposite-sex relationships. In addition to this, a common dualistic belief that one can either be homosexual or heterosexual puts double pressure on bisexual women who are often asked to pick a side. Lesbi lack of understanding and acceptance of their sexuality negatively impacts their mental health.

Because of sex, there is an essential need to create a safe and welcoming environment for bisexual women within the SRHR elsbi. In order to reduce and hopefully eliminate any forms of discrimination and stigma associated with lesbians and bisexual women, it sex essential for the next generations to be taught about different sexualities and genders in an open and transparent way.

Education is essential for the wellbeing of communities both on a mental health and SRHR level. The YPs were issued to reflect the existing international human rights laws in relation to sexual orientation and gender identity lesbi the principles of universality and non-discrimination.

To take proper care of their sexual and reproductive health and for healthcare providers to offer a safe and welcoming space for lesbians and bisexual women there is a need for radical change within the field of sexual education. Properly diagnosing cancers and STIs, and addressing the issue of sexual and domestic violence are only a few of the SRHR issues that concern the wellbeing of lesbian and bisexual women.

The goal of this article was to shed light on some of the experiences lesbians and bisexual women face that are not properly addressed on a mainstream level. It is high time to recognise that restrictive sexual and reproductive rights policies are just as harmful in practice to lesbians and bisexual women, if not even more so, since their access to these rights are a challenge to start with.

Moreover, ommitting lesbians and bisexual women from the SRHR discourse erases the enormous contributions they have made as advocates fighting simultaneously against all forms or many at least of heteropatriarchal oppression. Access to health services by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons: systematic literature review.

American Cancer Society. Ovarian Cancer. American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Appell, A. Recent developments in lesbian and gay adoption law. Adoption Quarterly, 7, 73— From corrective rape to acceptance and support. Health inequalities among sexual minority adults: Evidence from bj U. Am J Prev Med.

Center for Disease Control and Prevention. European CentralAsian Community. Focus Topics: Discrimination and Health. FRA Europe. Survey on fundamental rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in EU. Goldberg, A. Gay dads: Transitions to adoptive fatherhood. Global Philanthropy Project. Handelsblatt Today. Diffucult Births: Same-sex German couples forced abroad for fertility treatment.

Human Rights Campaign. Hunt, Ruth and Fish, Julie Prescription for change. Jann, J. Khalili, J. LGBT Foundation A guide for lesbian and bisexual women who have sex affected by sexual violence. LGBT Foundation. Anna Nikoghosyan. Kept in silence: power, norms sex domestic abuse lesbi relationships between women. Mental Health.

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