Teenagers who are gay, lesbian, or bisexual (GLB) are overwhelmingly similar to their non-GLB peers.
However, because of societal stigma or potential rejection,these adolescents may face various challenges during their adolescent years and are at greater risk for substance abuse, depression, suicide, and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) than their peers who are heterosexual.
The practitioner's knowledge and sensitivity regarding sexuality issues strongly influences the patient's comfort level in seeking optimal health care in the future.
However, they may be more likely to hone in on issues more quickly, using whatever intuitive skills they have.
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