Mon. Oct 21st, 2019

19 thoughts on “LGBT+& Mental Health

  1. Brilliant post. I love the way you have taken a sensitive topic like LGBT head-on. Some writers hold back on topics and expression, you are certainly NOT one of them. Keep writing. Looking forward to reading more posts from you. #MyFriendAlexa #MayuraReads

    1. Thank you so much Mayura! I try to be as diverse in my posts on mental health as possible. I’m glad you liked it. By the way, the verdict for section 377 comes out tomorrow :O

  2. Amazing post filled with great informations.
    ” Dr.Segment Freud” has actually talked about this subject saying that homosexuality is a totally normal case due to a healthy state of mind.
    You can visit my blog to learn more about LGBT history.

  3. They are less likely to live as long and more susceptible to a mental illness because of the abuse they suffer from not being accepted. Depression is a common side effect from the bullying and harassment that is inflicted upon those who are different, those who have enough courage to stand up and fight for their rights because unlike someone’s religion or fashion sense they cannot change their sexuality or their genders. Just like people can’t change the color of their skin people cannot change what they are or who they like, though they can hide it and suffer the burns they get from hiding their bright light.

  4. This bit of history is so important. It hasn’t been very long at all since homosexuality was considered a mental health condition. Thank you for shedding light on this topic. ♡

    1. I realized that not enough is said about how homosexuality was an illness until a few decades back. I am glad I could be of help 🙂

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