Although the number of young adult novels about LGBT characters overall has risen significantly over the last few decades, novels about cisgender boys continue to outnumber novels about cisgender girls. I remember several years ago I was on a panel about LGBT YA in which most of the writers happened to have written novels about lesbian or bisexual teen girls. I later learned how rare this actually is! How can I get boys to read your books?
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Why Bisexual Women Struggle In Lesbian Relationships
Identifying as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or Queer (LGBQ) - Teen Health Source
In adolescence, when sexual exploration is new, many people have both male and female sexual partners. Regardless of their identity or orientation, youth can be vulnerable to pregnancy involvement. Sexual health programs are often slightly adapted so that abstinence and STD education will be inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT youth. However, the pregnancy prevention needs of sexual minority youth are not always a clear priority. This article summarizes recent investigations into the pregnancy risk of LGB teens, and concludes with recommendations from researchers. In , Saewyc and colleagues published their finding that lesbian and bisexual girls who participated in the Minnesota Adolescent Health Survey had an elevated risk of pregnancy cited in Institute of Medicine, Since that surprising finding, a number of other studies have either confirmed a higher rate or concluded that lesbian and bisexual young women who have had sex with males have similar rates of pregnancy compared to heterosexual females.
Pregnancy Risk Among Bisexual, Lesbian, and Gay Youth: What Does Research Tell Us?
This piece was originally published at TheLStop. Within every lesbian community there exists a tale as old as time, a proverb as common as it is contentious: Bi women cheat, betray, and ultimately leave — never for another woman, but for a man. Like those who flee the tumults of city life for quieter and less complicated pastures, bisexual women may seem destined, in the eyes of gay women, to trade the grit and hardships of queer life for the suburbs of heteroville. But is this really because we prefer a life of white-picket simplicity and comfort? Or could it be that, when it comes to romance between queer women, the game has been rigged from the start?
Childhood maltreatment and bullying may partially explain why lesbians and bisexual women have higher rates of teen pregnancy than their heterosexual peers, according to a new study published in the journal Pediatrics. Young lesbians and bisexual women are roughly twice as likely as those who identify as heterosexual to have a teen pregnancy, according to previously published research, and this new study — conducted by researchers at Harvard, the City University of New York and San Diego State — set out to explore what factors contributed to the disproportionate rates. Their report, "Teen Pregnancy Risk Factors Among Young Women of Diverse Sexual Orientations," gathered data from 7, young women of all sexual orientations to examine teen pregnancy risk factors, such as childhood maltreatment, bullying as both perpetrators and victims and gender-nonconformity.