Sexuality and Gender Identity
We believe every LGBTQ+ individual should have access to comprehensive mental health and wellbeing support that is tailored to their unique needs. As the only dedicated health and wellbeing service in the county, we are committed to providing early intervention and prevention, support, education and information to individuals of all age groups in Norfolk and Waveney.
LGBTQ+ health and wellbeing support in Norfolk and Waveney. Our dedicated health and wellbeing service provides support, education and information for LGBTQ+ individuals, families, schools and organisations across the region. Our services include: support and counselling, drop in groups, school partnerships, and awareness training.
The purpose of this resource is to provide guidance on binding, packing, tucking and padding. It is provided with the aim of assisting in making informed decisions. Body sculpting undergarments are not new, but there is a lack of information focused on those related to gender expression and the increasingly available range of options.
This resource highlights the importance of continuing to research domestic abuse in LGB+ communities and the need for local, informed, compassionate service provision to best support LGB+ victims of domestic abuse. We want to highlight the importance of LGB+ individuals' inclusion in domestic abuse services and draw attention to the issue as one that affects all types of partnerships, families and people.
This resource highlights the importance of continuing to research domestic abuse in the Transgender community and the need for local, informed, compassionate service provision to best support transgender victims of domestic abuse. We want to highlight the importance of Transgender individuals' inclusion in domestic violence services and draw attention to the issue as one that affects all types of partnerships, families and people.
From me to you - support and advice for parents whose children identify as transgender/advice for individuals who have or are transitioning
It can be very challenging to come to terms with your transgender identity but it is not an unbearable task. Based on feelings and thoughts, you have undoubtedly known about your gender identity since you were young: female, male, or maybe not within the gender binary at all. You know what your gender identity is better than anybody else. Don’t let anybody tell you that you aren’t transgender, or that it’s just a phase. You are not alone, no matter where you are, you can find other transgender people but also understand that this is your transition and that each journey is different.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is available through GUM & HIV clinics to MSM who are up to and including 45 years of age. The vaccine will help to prevent HPV infection which can cause genital warts and HPV-associated cancers. It is especially important for those who are living with HIV, and those who have multiple sexual partners.
This leaflet is for trans (trans-gender) and non-binary people in England. It tells you about the adult NHS screening programmes that are available in England and explains who we invite for screening.
A guide for families of young lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals and those questioning their sexuality.
Self harm is an act of hurting yourself deliberately. Self harm can impact people of any occupation, age or gender. Many people who engage in self harm do so in more than one way. Someone who self harms may not be aware that other behaviours they exhibit falls into the same patterns.
A sexual health guide for lesbian and bisexual women living in Norfolk. Sexual health requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe experiences.
LGBTQ+ bullying is any bullying behaviour where someone feels they are targeted for their sexuality and/or gender (whether actual or perceived). It can start from a young age, often because of learned behaviours and attitudes, and reinforcement of gender stereotypes.