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This can be a stressful time for your child and, if ongoing, can lead to mental health problems such as depression.

These issues include, but are not limited to, bisexual erasure from LGBTQ and non-LGBTQ spaces, the prevalence of biphobia in those spaces, and the truth about bisexuality within nonbinary relationships.

Bisexual Awareness Week is the perfect time and space to talk about the misconceptions people have about bisexual youth.

Here are some points to think about when talking to your child: Working out your identity and worrying about where you ‘fit in’ can be a challenging time for teenagers, and can cause anxiety, distress and a sense of isolation.

In addition, bullying is common for same-sex attracted and gender questioning people, with 80% admitting they have experienced bullying and discrimination at some point in their life.

However, if they are feeling distressed and it is impacting their ability to function contact the services below.

The singer has discussed struggling to come to terms with her pansexuality.

“Even though I may seem very different, people may not see me as neutral as I feel. I think that was the first gender-neutral person I’d ever met.

“Once I understood my gender more, which was unassigned, then I understood my sexuality more.

Or, they might identify with something that is outside of these ’standard’ definitions.

Your child could feel confused, worried, angry or upset about their emerging sexuality or gender.

In reality, for many of us, the “bi” in bisexual means attraction to genders like our own, in addition to attraction to genders different from our own.