There are thousands of LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, intersex and queer) people in Queensland. Sexual orientation and gender identity is not a choice. LGBTIQ+ individuals often experience unique health disparities. Although the acronym LGBTIQ+ is used as an umbrella term, and the health needs of this community are often grouped together, each of these letters represents a distinct population with its own health and wellbeing concerns.
Promoting the social inclusion and health and wellbeing of LGBTIQ+ people can help Queensland achieve a fair society, with safe and caring communities, and a healthy society.
Support for family members is also important to encourage healthy relationships.
Mindhealthconnect provides information around the types of mental health issues that can affect LGBTIQ+ people.
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