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Author: Justin Mahboubian-Jones

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A safe and non-judgemental space for LGBTQ+ people to talk to one another about their issues and life experience.




  • Eating disorders in LBT+ women

    LBT+ women are disproportionately affected by eating disorders. Read more

  • 5 reasons to give online support groups a go

    With the pandemic still limiting the way that we meet each other, it’s likely that online groups will continue to be a big part of how we stay connected with each other. Here are 5 Reasons why you should think about giving them a go: Read more

  • Therapy and me

    I was no stranger to the idea of therapy. One of my closest friends has been in therapy for years, and I’d always admired her ability to articulate her feelings and emotions with other people. Read more

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  • Trans Wellbeing and Community Support Worker | Part Time

    Trans Wellbeing and Community Support Worker | Part Time Read more

  • Sex and me: my guide to sexual wellness

    Anyone that knows me in any capacity, knows about my love and fascination with sex. I love sex, more than most people that I know. Everything about it. I even have a podcast about it. Read more

  • What is Sexual Wellbeing?

    Sexual wellbeing is the link between our mental health and our sexual health. When our mental health is impacted, then our sex lives can be impacted too. Read more

  • Sexual Wellbeing: body confidence

    To talk about body confidence, we first have to talk about body image. Body confidence and body image, for many reasons, has always been a big issue within the LGBTQ+ community. Body Image is how we see our appearance and our bodies. It’s also the beliefs we have about the way we look: both positive and negative, and dictates what we think when we look in the mirror. Read more

  • Sexual Wellbeing: sexual self-esteem

    Self-esteem is the opinion we have of ourselves. It the driving force behind our positive, and negative thoughts about our own abilities, worthiness, and value. Our sexual self-esteem is very closely linked. As LGBTQ+ people, for lots of reason, we are more likely to deal with self-esteem issues which can lead to us not taking care of our overall sexual health. Read more

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