This position paper arises as a result of the 2000 OPHA position paper “Improving the Access to
and Quality of Public Health Services for Lesbians and Gay Men” submitted by the Public Health
Alliance for LGBTIQ2 Equity workgroup. In that paper, the authors note that they are unable to
adequately represent the issues of bisexual people and in order to respect the differences between
gay men, lesbians and bisexuals they include a resolution that the OPHA support the development
of a community based research project and position paper specifically focussing on issues of
accessibility and health services needs for bisexuals.
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