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Youth Blog–Ask an Expert: Should Girls Who Have Sex with Other Girls Worry about Sexually Transmitted Infections?

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29th July

Think you are at low risk for STIs if you don’t have sex with guys? Check out this month’s Ask an Expert!

Youth Blog—Queer Women in Beauty Pageants

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7th October

Women of many sexualities and genders have conquered pageant crowns and stereotypes. These women show how visibility matters.

LGBTQIA: An Identity Index

3rd October

Mind your p’s and q’s – check your knowledge of the LGBTQ alphabet to increase support for all identities.

Research Blog – Out in the Country: Experiences of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Mothers

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27th August

Rural LGB mothers experience challenges in family planning and parental rights, but show resilience in the face of minority stress.

Youth Blog – Queer Women & HIV: Is There Really a Risk?

26th August

When you think of groups at risk for HIV, queer women don’t always come to mind. They can, however, be at risk.

Youth Blog—Ask an Expert: How Do I Know if I’m Gay?

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18th April

A lot of young people email us and ask: “How do I know if I’m gay?” Our Ask An Expert blog tackles how to think through these questions.

Research Blog – Growing LGB Acceptance among Latinos

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28th March

Hispanics’ support of LGBT concerns is on the rise.

Research Blog – Gender Expression and Butch/Femme Identities for Sexual Minority Women

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9th January

Complex representations of gender expressions and identities are often overlooked but are important to understanding minority stress.

Introduction to Queer Sex Ed

3rd January

Ed describes sexual health and introduces the Queer Sex Ed online intervention for queer youth.

Start the Conversation

3rd January

Keep yourself healthy through good communication. Now is the time to start the conversation.

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