Sexual Health Resource

Lesbian, bisexual, and queer women deserve to be supported and represented in their varied forms, abilities, shapes and sizes. Until LBQ diversity is acknowledged and welcomed – both inside and outside of our own community – we will continue to face stigma when it comes to our relationships, our pleasure, and our health. This resource will hopefully contribute to the ongoing efforts of LINC, our LGBT partner organisations, and of our statutory and non-statutory sexual health partners, to make LBQ relationships more visible and to promote LBQ sexual health and well-being.

The booklet addresses a range of topics in relation to Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer (LBQ) women’s relationships and sexual activity and is the first of its kind in Ireland, breaching the historical invisibility of LBQ relationships and sexual lives.

This resource was developed by LINC, The Sexual Health Centre, and The Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme (SHCPP) to support the relationships and sexual well-being of lesbian, bisexual, and queer women, and for trans and non-binary people for whom the information is relevant.

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You can get a copy posted to you or download the pdf here:

Community Centre

LINC is open as a drop in community centre from 11-3pm Tuesday and Wednesday, 11-8pm on Thursdays and 2-4pm on Saturdays. We offer one to one support, information and advice. The centre itself offers a welcoming and homely environment in which to meet your friends for coffee, browse the library or the internet, and find information on a variety of LGBT issues and concerns. We also have a Lesbian Resource Directory which has pulled together local L&B information and also signposts on to national resources. We also deliver Awareness training to organisations and companies who would like their staff to have a greater understanding of the issues and concerns of the LGBT community.

For up to date information check out our website at, or find us on Facebook. LINC, 11a White St, Cork. 021 4808600 or email

Positive Health

LINC aims to provide a community health and education programme to promote mental, emotional and sexual health awareness and understanding for lesbian and bisexual women.

This programme will take place in LINC ensuring a safe, confidential environment.

Peer Support Group

LINC provide Zoom calls for members of the community. To find out when these are on please get in touch.

All welcome. Please contact LINC

Other services

Talk to Us

LINC advocate on behalf of lesbian and bisexual women in Ireland. We are here to listen. Please contact us today.