Queerness as Mental Illness: Historical Views & Current Trends
October is LGBTQIA+ History Month! It’s an annual month-long observance of queer history, and the history of the gay rights and related civil rights movements. MBC will be highlighting different related topics & issues throughout the next few weeks. First up – historical views and current trends of queerness as mental illness
Regardless of the history between homosexuality and modern psychology, MBC believes human gender identity and sexuality exist on a spectrum. It is normal to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or gender non-conforming or two-spirited, queer, questioning, or asexual. It is normal to be kinky or to have lesser-known sexual interests. You are perfect the way you are!
If you are experiencing distress as a result of stigma, trauma, or societal oppression related to your sexual orientation or your gender identity – we’re here, we’re queer, and we’re ready to support and accept you. Reach out to MBC to learn more about queerness as mental illness or to get support on your mental health journey✨
See full post here – Queerness as Mental Illness