Gay and Bisexual Men

In a largely heterosexual world, we provide a safe space where gay and bisexual men with HIV or Hepatitis C can be themselves without having to worry about being misunderstood.

We can provide support if you are worried that you may have been at risk of contracting HIV or Hepatitis C, if you are newly diagnosed or have been living with HIV for some time.  We offer both one to one support and support in many different group settings.

We recognise that many men feel isolated and we have specific peer support groups for HIV or Hepatitis C positive gay and bisexual men.  From discussing how HIV or Hepatitis C impacts  your sex life to talking through discrimination you may have experienced when accessing health services, our facilitators lead the groups in talking openly and discussing issues that are important to you. Issues discussed often include how to reveal your HIV status in a variety of situations, ways to navigate relationships and how to live a healthy life.  If you’d prefer, you can always discuss these issues on a one-to-one basis with one of our support workers or an individual peer supporter.

To keep the groups as safe spaces, all men who come to us for the first time will begin with a one-to-one consultation before, when the time is right, joining a group.

If you have any concern related to HIV or Hepatitis C, whether affected by being a gay or bisexual man or not – please do get in touch.

Gay and bisexual men living in Lothian can also access information advice and support to improve their sexual health and wellbeing through our dedicated service, SX. To find out more, visit


Argyll & Bute:  Katrina Mitchell, Amanda Scott or Jen Goff
Edinburgh & the LothiansMichael Marr
Fife:  Emer Lordan
Greater Glasgow & Clyde: Mildred Zimunya
Highlands:  Rory Anderson

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