Today is Bisexual Visibility Day, which means that we reach celebrate one of the better bisexual fictional figures of them all: The 100вЂs Clarke Griffin. Clarke Griffin, how do you love thee? I would ike to count the methods. (Cue obnoxious вЂњ11 times Clarke had been THE GREATESTвЂќ post, amIrite?) The 100 does not return because of its 3rd period until next year, which will be simply crazy, like crazy because itвЂ™s the best show on TV, and I miss it. Fortunately, today is Bisexual Visibility Day, which provides me personally the opportunity that is perfect wax lyrical in regards to the show once more! No, really, IвЂ™m obsessed.
By Tiffany Rice
Lesbians and women that are bisexual both underrepresented populations in current research on aging and wellness disparities, in accordance with a overview of available literary works. Conventional health literary works has grouped lesbians, homosexual, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people, ignoring the differing wellness requirements of every group. Further overview of research reveals that even less is known concerning the health issues of elder Black lesbian and bisexual females.