Bisexual people up to six times more likely to self-injure
from University of Manchester
Bisexual people are up to six times more likely to engage in non-suicidal self-injury compared to other sexual orientations, according to University of Manchester researchers. The study of self-injury — a common problem that can include cutting, hitting, burning or scratching yourself — used data from 24 independent studies, and is published in the
Journal of Affective Disorders.
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