Sexuality relates to who we are attracted to. Sexuality is not necessarily fixed throughout your lifetime. Feelings can be exciting, confusing, scary, wonderful and not necessarily something you can choose or control. If you are having worries or are feeling confused about your own sexuality it is better to talk to someone who can offer support.
If you are not able to find a friend or family member you are comfortable with you could contact a clinic or refer to one of the online links we have provided. What is important is that you are feeling safe and comfortable with the sex you are having and the person/people that you are sharing your sex life with.
Gay, Lesbian, Pansexual and Bisexual Health
Nottinghamshire’s Gender Identity Clinic: https://www.nhft.nhs.uk/gender-identity-clinic
Lincoln Students’ Union LGBT+ Campaign Group
University of Lincoln Students’ Union Advice Centre: 01522537000 [email protected]
University of Lincoln Health Centre: 01522 870010
University of Lincoln Health Centre free GUM clinic and contraception sessions, including implants, every Wednesday 2-6pm: call 01522 309309 and ask for a ‘Lincoln University Health Centre session’
Lincolnshire Sexual Health Service (Central Booking Line): 01522 309309 or click here.
Sexual Health Advice Positive Health (Lincs): 0800 252534 (Positive Health is a Lincoln based charity whose aim is to provide confidential information and support to people infected and affected by HIV and AIDS).
Sexual Assault Referral Centre: 01522 524402
Lincolnshire Rape Crisis: 0800 33 4 55 00 Tuesday 6pm to 9pm, Wednesday 2pm to 4pm or email: [email protected]
Chlamydia screening (15-24 year olds): Text or call 07879 630619