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Ethel from Ashburn Age: 21. I want to find a strong man who can deliver pleasure. I like to try something new.. Waiting for a real man.
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Higher risk for suicidal behaviour, substance abuse, eating disorders and anxiety. Bisexuality is still a conundrum for many, and the inherent duality and multiplicity of a pansexual, queer, or bisexual identity is often read with suspicion or fear. I felt an overwhelming, nagging sense of rejection and loneliness, and also found myself being wholly defined by my partners. B y dating men, I felt I had foregone my claim to any queer space. What the hell is that.. The paralysing self-doubt and guilt still haunts me a decade later. As a bisexual person who struggles with anxiety, this fear was very real to me. I, myself, have struggled with anxiety and depression. He looked at me knowingly. There is a growing body of evidence, however, to suggest that bisexual individuals, and bisexual women in particular, experience poorer mental health outcomes than the monosexual i. Diana 9 months ago Reply. Members of the LGBTQ community are widely known to experience poorer mental health outcomes, including higher rates of depression and suicide, than people who identify as cisgender and heterosexual.
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