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From ill-informed doctors to outright denial of essential services, LGBTQ people are often confronted with overwhelming barriers to basic medical care. More than 50 percent of LGBT people experience some form of healthcare discrimination. In fact, one in four queer people have reported encountering some form of medical discrimination in the last year alone. This is especially problematic because finding an LGBT friendly doctor can be particularly challenging, particularly outside major cities.
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Messenger Gay and bisexual men are four times more likely to attempt suicide in their lifetime than heterosexual men. Researchers now estimate that suicide kills more gay and bisexual men than AIDS. Despite this well-documented inequity, there are no targeted suicide prevention programs in Canada. Gay and bisexual men are rarely mentioned in mental health policies. As a postdoctoral research fellow in nursing at the University of British Columbia, I work on the Still Here project to engage gay and bisexual men who have previously struggled with suicide or who have lost another gay or bisexual man to suicide to tell their stories through photographs. A photo entitled No answers — but occasional evidence of beauty in non-conformity. Still Here Project , Author provided Twenty-nine gay and bisexual men have participated in Still Here thus far, contributing more than photographs.
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An interesting trip to the doctor Irregular Checkup I arrived at the doctor's office about ten minutes early. My wife is always kidding me about for habitually being early to everything. Of course, all doctor's offices run at least fifteen minutes late just on principal, so I sat in the uncomfortable waiting room seat for about twenty-five minutes.
Getty Images Share A long-time Toronto psychiatrist, known for administering gay conversion therapy, has been found guilty of sexually abusing two of his male patients. Melvyn Iscove, 72, has long believed that homosexuality is a disorder that can "be overcome," and was described by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario discipline committee as having a "special interest in the treatment of patients with problems related to homosexuality. The doctor told his patients that engaging in sexual acts was part of their treatment, and would allow them to stop fantasizing about them, according to the report. Iscove was found to have engaged in these acts in the s and early s and his license was suspended pending a penalty hearing where it will likely be taken away indefinitely. The doctor denies the allegations and will likely appeal the decision, said his lawyer Alfred Kwinter.