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What is sexuality?

Sexuality describes how you express yourself in a sexual way. Part of your sexuality is your sexual orientation, which refers to who you’re attracted to, want to have sex with and fall in love with.

What is gender identity?

Gender refers to the way in which a person feels and thinks about themselves, and the way they dress, speak or move. This can be different to the ‘sex’ they were given at birth. In other words, you may feel female and have a penis, you may feel male and have a vulva or may feel like a mix of the two


We believe that everyone has the right to express their sexuality and to be free from discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation or gender identity.


For local support visit:


Our local outreach clinic:

Exchange Street Clinic - Service for gay & bisexual men and men who have sex with other men

The Exchange Street Clinic is based inside the Aberdeen Drug Action (ADA) building entered from Exchange Street, Aberdeen.  View the location on Google Maps.

The service provides free, confidential sexual health information, testing for sexual infections, including HIV, free condoms and signposting to other services.

  • Every Thursday - 5.30pm-7.30pm - drop in service (last drop in time is 7.30pm)

Call 0345 337 9900 for further information.

The Exchange Street Clinic is for men who are symptom free.

If you have symptoms, contact 0345 337 9900.


Other useful sources of information and support: Empowering people and challenging inequality Support for people living with HIV, HIV Self testing Support LGBT for young people Helpline offering information and support Equality Network project to improve gender identity and gender reassignment equality, rights and inclusion in Scotland Sexual Health and Wellbeing for gay and bi-sexual men