Techniques. Our community based participatory action research task comprised focus teams and semistructured interviews with 55 bisexual people over the province of Ontario, Canada.
Outcomes. Perceived determinants of psychological wellness identified by participants might be classified as macrolevel (social framework), mesolevel (social), or microlevel (person). Into the context for this framework, monosexism and biphobia had been observed to exert an extensive reaching effect on individuals’ psychological state.
Conclusions. Like other marginalized populations, bisexual individuals perceive experiences of discrimination as crucial determinants of psychological state issues.