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I’m a lesbian but can’t tell my family. What should I do?

There are many things that we might find difficult to talk about in our families, for some it may also be very dangerous, but there are people and websites who may be able to offer support. I don’t know if you are a young person of faith or not, but here are some websites that may help you. There are many young people in your situation, you are not alone.LEFT – Lesbians Exploring Faith Together is a website that supports Christian lesbiansThe Muslim Youth Helpline (MYH) is a helpline for Muslim young peopleElop is an non faith organisation based in east London that support gay people .

When Gay people have sex do they feel constipated?

Mostly they would find it pleasurable.

What does bisexual mean and is it permanent or can it change?

If someone is bisexual, it means they are attracted to both men and women. Lots of people are attracted to both sexes at some point in their life, however for those who know that they are truly bisexual, it is a permanent thing. Some are in happy monogamous relationships, others have lots of partners of both sexes. Some bisexuals are happily married bringing up children. Some bisexuals are single, some are celibate.

Bisexuality is about who you are attracted to, not just who you have sex with.

What’s the process of having sex to have a baby?

In many ways it is the same as having sex when you don’t intend to get pregnant, however you will need to make sure you are not using contraception or have any residual effects of long term reversible contraceptives and you may want to make sure that you are healthy and eating properly. Smoking is unhealthy for the baby, so it would be good to stop if you can.

Each month a girl or a woman produces an ovum (egg) from one of her ovaries. This egg is released into the fallopian tubes, where it travels down to the uterus (womb). If the egg is not fertilised by a man’s sperm it will come out of the uterus, through the vagina, together with the blood rich lining of the womb, in the form of a monthly period.

If a man and woman have sex then there is a chance that the egg may become fertilised. This normally happens in the fallopian tubes, the fertilised egg then travels down into the womb, where it becomes attached to the lining of the uterus and begins to grow.

Sperm are produced in the testicles. They travel up the vas deferens (tubes) and mix with the semen that is produced in the seminal vesicle. When a man ejaculates during sexual intercourse, this mixture of sperm and semen come out of the end of the penis and are released into the vagina. The sperm can then swim until they meet the egg inside the woman’s body.

Millions of sperm are released, but it only takes one sperm to fertilise an ovum.