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I've worked with and am supportive of individuals who identify across the spectrum. Please feel comfortable contacting me -- I'm not going to judge, shame, or try to change you. 

And for anyone who wonders what the acronym means:

  • Lesbian: women who have emotional and/or sexual attraction to other women

  • Gay: men who have emotional and/or sexual attraction to other men

  • Bisexual: a person who is emotionally and/or sexually attracted to both men and women

  • Transgender: a person whose personal and gender identity does not correspond to the gender they were assigned at birth

  • Queer or questioning: The term queer has been traditionally used as a slur against same-sex people, but some have reclaimed the term as an issue of pride; others prefer the Q to mean “questioning,” people who are unsure of their sexual orientation and/or their gender identity, and who are in the process of exploring and discerning their respective sexuality/identity.

  • Intersex: a person born with reproductive or sexual anatomy that does not fit the typical understanding of that particular gender (Their physical, hormonal, and even chromosomal characteristics are neither all-male, nor all-female.)

  • Asexual: a person who does not feel sexual attraction toward people of any gender, though emotional attraction is still possible

  • Pansexual: a person who feels attraction without regard to gender identity (The term bisexual is used for people who experience attraction to the established binary genders of male and female.)

  • Kink: from the word kinky, used for those who find comfort in expressing their sexuality in alternative and countercultural ways

  • Black, Indigenous, and other Persons of Color

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