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Health, Sports & Psychology
Only a small minority of LGBT young people learn about sexual health in the classroom, which could put them at risk.
Society, Politics & Law
Danni Glover reviews a solid theoretical introduction to the social study of bisexuality.
Explore some snapshots of LGBTQ history with our timeline.
Jordan removed legal punishments for same-gender relationships nearly two decades before the UK decriminalised consensual gay male intercourse. But day-to-day life for LGBTQ people in the country isn't easy. Nora B reports.
We need a broader based education about gender and sexual diversity and to move away from simplistic binary labels, writes Meg Barker.
History & The Arts
An emergent thread of Anglicanism is adopting a literal Biblical approach to sexuality in opposition to more liberal evangelicals. Andrew McKinnon tells Laurie Taylor why.
How Northern Ireland moved on from the homophobia of a sectarian past.
According to a new report written by Open University academics, bisexuals endure worse mental health problems and suffer from an equality gap.
Lord Byron lived a tempestuous life - Hamish Johnson takes us through some of the highlights.
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