sexuality.jpgEveryone has a sexual orientation and a gender identity, which is, in its broadest sense, the way in which they express themselves sexually and the type of sexual partner that they choose – same-sex, heterosexual or both (bisexual orientation). Very often individuals find it difficult to understand why they are attracted to a certain person, especially if that person is of the same sex. These feelings are very common and there are millions of people the world over experiencing these same emotions. If you have would like help understanding and coming to terms with your own sexuality, then The Community Programme can put you in touch with the organisations and groups that can help.


You might be looking for advice and guidance on ‘coming out’ or help with understanding your sexuality or simply want someone to talk to who will understand you without judging.  It is totally normal to feel confused about your emotions and nervous about how others will react and it is common for those who are gay, lesbian or bisexual to often feel quite lonely. The Community Programme will help you to locate counsellors or support groups in your area, where you can meet and gain the support of others who have experienced similar feelings. 


If you need practical help and support or specialist advice with this issue, please act now and contact one of the organisations listed by The Community Programme.

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