LGBT+ charity Just Like Us celebrate Bisexual Awareness Week

We’re coming to the end of Bisexual Awareness Week, held annually to celebrate and support bisexual individuals in the LGBTQ+ community.

According to new research, nearly three quarters of bisexual young people felt that their mental health had got worse since the pandemic – which is higher than the average of other LGBT+ youth.

Amy Ashenden from the charity Just Like Us, told us why this might be, and what the charity does to support bisexual young people.


Helena Wadia 22nd September 2022


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