Adolescence is a time in our development when we become more aware of our sexuality – both how we feel in our bodies, as well as who we find attractive. Sometimes it may feel awkward or embarrassing to try to figure out, and other times, it might seem pretty straight forward. Wherever you are in the process of clarifying your gender and sexual orientation, you have the right to ask questions about your health and sexuality.
While we won’t be able to answer detailed health or sexual-development questions, we can help you feel less isolated and find the resources who will be able to give you the information you need.
Individuals who are attracted to people of the same gender
Individuals who are attracted to a person of the same gender or other genders
Individuals who are attracted to people who don’t only identify as male or female
Individuals who do not identify with the gender they were assigned at birth
Individuals whose gender is on a spectrum that is not only male or female
If you’re afraid to talk to your friends or family about what you’re feeling, or you’ve already tried and they’re not being supportive or understanding, there are still people who can help you find the kind of information you need. Sometimes starting the conversation around these topics can be easier with people you don’t know well, or with people you know are going through the same thing. There are resources including support groups, help lines, and therapists who specialize in helping people navigate these questions.
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