Scottish lesbians aren’t doing so well.
That is, of course, if you believe a new survey indicating that the nation’s lady lovers are facing some uphill mental health battles:
A total of 500 Scottish women took part in the Prescription for Change survey, which was conducted by the charity Stonewall.
It found that 20 per cent of lesbian and bisexual women in Scotland had deliberately harmed themselves in the last year, compared to 0.4 per cent of the general population.
The study also found that five per cent of lesbian and bisexual women have attempted to take their own life in the last year.
The poll also shows that the ladies aren’t taking proper physical precautions, like getting tested for cervical cancer and the such. You would think lesbians would like that sort of thing…