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Bisexual Therapists in Tauranga District
Bigoted Bay risks HIV epidemic, forum finds - NZ Herald
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That's the finding from a recent community sexual health forum in Tauranga that focused on issues surrounding local homosexual men. The New Zealand AIDS Foundation meeting at the Historic Village just over a week ago has identified homophobic discrimination and prejudice against gay and bisexual men as a key area of concern. They are our fathers, sons, brothers, uncles, friends, workmates and family. We all need to be working with the gay and bisexual men in our community to provide support and information.
Glendowie College student Sophie Newton finds it hard to say exactly when she realised she was bisexual. As she writes below in her winning essay on "What allyship means to me", at first she thought she only liked boys. But some of her friends identified as queer, and she began to read up on what that meant.