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LGBTQ+ Information and Advice

The acronym LGBTQ+ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, and all other gender/sexuality identities. Below is a brief summary of the more commonly known identities, as well as links to resources.


Please note: this list is not exhaustive

  • Discord
  • Twitter
  • Youtube
  • Instagram
  • TikTok

Commonly Known Sexualities

  • Lesbian - You’re attracted to people who are female presenting

  • Gay - You’re attracted to people who are male presenting

  • Bisexual/Pansexual - You’re attracted to all genders 

    • (These terms can be used interchangeably and are just based on preference)

  • Queer - A blanket term to use when you’re unsure, or just because you prefer the terminology 

    • (This can be used by all identities)

  • Asexual - You don’t feel sexually attracted to anyone

  • Demisexual - You only feel sexually attracted to people you are close with/or you don’t feel much sexual attraction to most people

Commonly Known Romantic Leanings

  • Aromantic - You don’t feel romantically attracted to anyone

  • Monogamous - You want a relationship with a single person

  • Polyamorous - You want relationships with more than one person

  • Demiromantic - You only feel romantically attracted to people you are close with/or you don’t feel much romantic attraction to most people

Commonly Known Gender Identities

  • Female - You present as female

  • Male - You present as male

  • Transgender - a term used to describe when someone has transitioned from one gender to another

  • Non-binary - You don’t identify exclusively to the male/female gender

  • Gender fluid - Your gender is not set and changes between the identities


  • The Trevor Project - A hub containing all the information and resources you’ll need

  • The BeYou Project - They offer a safe, welcoming and inclusive space where LGBTQ+ young people can meet, socialise and find the support they need.

Regardless of whether you don’t identify as a member of the LGBTQ+ community or even if you don’t necessarily understand how people can feel a certain way, it is important to respect people’s feelings. Everyone deserves to be treated equally, especially because gender and sexuality is not a choice. 


/help will always be here to support the LGBTQ+ community and we are totally inclusive. Everyone is welcome.

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